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arrowIs this mean Case Completed??
January 29, 2015, 7:30 am Last comment by KASH2011
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I was going to call today, but just received email from NVC as below. 

Does it mean my case is completed in NVC, right? 

Even after get the email I cannot believe this!! 

My ceac status has not changed to N/A though.

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Dear Sir/Madam,

 

All documentation necessary to complete the National Visa Center's processing of your case has been received. As soon as an interview date has been scheduled, the applicant, petitioner and attorney (if applicable) will be notified. 

 

The applicant should NOT make any travel arrangements, sell property, or give up employment until the US Embassy or Consulate General has issued a visa.

 

The US Embassy or Consulate General may require additional documentation at the time of the interview.

 

Sincerely,

 

Director

National Visa Center



 
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arrowDS 260 Question .Medical Check - Seoul
January 29, 2015, 1:47 am Last comment by smp22sco
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I'm currently filling out the electronic DS-260 for my wife.

 

On the medical and health section it asks, "Do you have documentation to establish that you have received vaccinations in accordance with U.S. law?"  Is this something that is covered in the medical check?  The medical check was given to us in a sealed envelope.  Check the yes box?

 

After completeing the DS-260, do we make an interview appointment?  Or do we need to be granted permission to make an interview appointment?

 

Thanks everyone!

 



 
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arrowFiance's parents question
January 28, 2015, 6:05 pm Last comment by lagcol
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My fiance's parents are not to fond of her wanting to move to the US and live here. They would rather me move to Korea. However, both of us want to live in the US. We sent the I-129F off already. She is just wondering if there is any way for her parents to prevent her from coming here? We are doing this all on our own without their help. My family is helping us also. She is 20 and is a Korean citizen. I don't believe that there is anything they can do, I am just asking so that both of us can feel better about the situation. Thanks!



 
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arrowI-864 paperwork help
January 26, 2015, 11:15 pm Last comment by aleful
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Hello, I have gone to the US embassy here in Seoul and did our interview for my wifes IR-1 visa.

 

Sadly I had the wrong tax papers from my parents and so I will need to mail that to them.

They said they were going to email me with a list of the paperwork I need to send and how to do so.

 

So my question for that is how long will it take to get that email. It has been 2 weeks from today.

 

 

Second concern is...

I filled out my I-864 and gave it to them. On it I paid $0 on taxes

My mom, the only joint sponsor, filled out an I-864 because we do not live together.

As I said I had the wrong tax paper so on her I-864 it said she made $90,000.

But on her W2 it is only $21,000.

So now my dad needs to join as a joint sponsor to bring it above the poverty line.

 

2nd question 

At the interview I believe the employee said my dad will need to fill out an I-864A. Is that because he lives with my mom or did I mishear him?

and when my dad joins all the original I-864's, I and my mom, turned in will need to be changed, will they not worry about that?

 

I know the only paperwork I will need to send in is the I-864a and the W2. So I'd like to get it ready so when I get the email I can send it right away.

 

Thank you very much for your time and helping me. It's greatly appreciated!

 



 
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arrowA Heartfelt Thank You
January 21, 2015, 6:07 pm Last comment by TBoneTX
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I just wanted to take the time to thank all of you who contribute to this site.  Thanks to the helpful guides and comments I have received I was able to get the K1 visa papers in order for my fiancee and everything without a hitch!

 

My fiancee got into the Seoul embassy and was the first one inside with her interview scheduled at 8am.  She was in and out of the embassy by 9am!  She got fingerprinted and handed all her papers.  The interview went well and was less than 10 minutes! And because of all your help all the papers I supplied her were in order.  Even the security guard said to her when she was leaving, "You're going already?!"  He was so surprised how quick it was for her.  If it weren't for all your help, this wouldn't have been such a hassle-free process.

 

So thank you for everything!  My fiance is slated to get her K1 visa in a few days and she will be coming to live with me soon!  

 

GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF YOU WHO ARE DOING THE K1 VISA!  JUST FOLLOW THE GUIDES AND YOU WILL BE FINE! IF I CAN DO IT YOU ALL CAN DO IT! Save the money from hiring a lawyer and just do it yourself.  It's a lot of paperwork, but it will be worth it in the end.  

 

You guys rock! THANK YOU ALL!



 
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