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My K-1 petition was just approved... what should i do know? the NOA2 says that the case is going to be sent to Havana, should we just wait?? :unsure:


1987....................We met (I was 1 and he was 3 y.o)

2000....................I left my country

08/04/2006.........1st trip to cuba (15 days)

08/10/2006..........We started dating

12/15/2006..........2nd trip to Cuba (21 days)

05/01/2007..........3rd trip to Cuba (30 days)

12/20/2007..........Got citizenship

01/03/2008..........Sent 129F

01/12/2008..........NOA1

01/14/2008..........NOA2

02/08/2008..........Picked up package 3

04/16/2008..........4th trip to Cuba (6 days)

06/06/2008..........5th trip to Cuba (10 days)

06/09/2008..........Interview in Havana

06/10/2008..........Received his visa

06/20/2008..........Got the "Carta Blanca"

07/10/2008..........U.S entry

08/15/2008..........We got married

03/14/2009..........He received his green card

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After NOA 2 (petition approval) your case will be forwared to the NVC and then from there to the local embassy of the country the beneficiary resides in. Check out the K1 flowchart for step-by-step info on what's going to happen next: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...amp;page=k1flow

You can start gathering the documents your fiance will need for the interview process.


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Take this time to get prepared for the interview, send SO complete application you copied before so they will know what is included as this is what the interviewer will have before them at interview time, i believe they will need a copy of the NOA2 also plus any evidence you can help provide to add to what they have. They will soon receive their packet from their embassy telling them more of what will be required of them. good luck


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06/12/2007 Rec'd Notification Case Now Back In Calif. only to expire

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02/23/2008 Mailed CR1 application today

03/08/2008 NOA1 Notice Recd (notice date 3/4/08)

08/26/2008 File transfered fr Vermont to Calif

10/14/2008 APPROVALLLLLLLLLLLL

10/20/2008 Recd hard copy NOA2

10/20/2008 NVC Recd case

11/21/2008 CASE COMPLETE

01/15/2009 INTERVIEW

01/16/2009 VISA IN HAND

01/31/2009 ARRIVED OKC

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I agree with Liebi, read the Flowchart, it will be very helpful, you are now on Step No. 4 The approx. time from NOA2 to the NVC has been a little over a month lately.


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CONGRATULATIONS!


Don't just open your mouth and prove yourself a fool....put it in writing.

It gets harder the more you know. Because the more you find out, the uglier everything seems.

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Congrat's...your case will be forward to the NVC, then to the U.S. interest section in Havanna. The process for me took about two weeks until it reach Havanna. Make sure you called the U.S. interest section in Havanna and to make sure they got it and if they got it they will set up an appointment to pick up the package at the U.S. interest section, and they will give you a 800 number base out of Mexico to set up the interivew appointment. You have to buy a pin(i think 11 U.S. dollars) to use this service. I suggest start calling in two weeks to get that interview appointment as soon as possible. Good luck...Edwin

My K-1 petition was just approved... what should i do know? the NOA2 says that the case is going to be sent to Havana, should we just wait?? :unsure:

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Thank you guys!!!


1987....................We met (I was 1 and he was 3 y.o)

2000....................I left my country

08/04/2006.........1st trip to cuba (15 days)

08/10/2006..........We started dating

12/15/2006..........2nd trip to Cuba (21 days)

05/01/2007..........3rd trip to Cuba (30 days)

12/20/2007..........Got citizenship

01/03/2008..........Sent 129F

01/12/2008..........NOA1

01/14/2008..........NOA2

02/08/2008..........Picked up package 3

04/16/2008..........4th trip to Cuba (6 days)

06/06/2008..........5th trip to Cuba (10 days)

06/09/2008..........Interview in Havana

06/10/2008..........Received his visa

06/20/2008..........Got the "Carta Blanca"

07/10/2008..........U.S entry

08/15/2008..........We got married

03/14/2009..........He received his green card

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Have your fiance prepare packet 3. My husband did that and as soon as Rio had our petition he sedexed (the Brazilian fedex) his packet 3 to the consulate - shortly after we had our interview date. Packet 3 arrived at his house weeks to a month later.


11/2004 - Met in Brazil

09/2006 - Apply for K1

03/2007 - K1 approved

04/2007 - Apply for AOS & EAD

07/2007 - EAD approved

01/2008 - Conditional Residency approved

11/2009 - Apply to remove conditions

02/2010 - Permanent Residency approved

11/2010 - Apply for Citizenship

03/2011 - Citizenship approved

07/2011 - Moved back to Brazil

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Have your fiance prepare packet 3. My husband did that and as soon as Rio had our petition he sedexed (the Brazilian fedex) his packet 3 to the consulate - shortly after we had our interview date. Packet 3 arrived at his house weeks to a month later.

No, he has not received it yet, the NOA2 just arrived last week, so i guess they will send it to the visa center first and then to Havana, anyways my fiance is going to try to get his passport meanwhile.


1987....................We met (I was 1 and he was 3 y.o)

2000....................I left my country

08/04/2006.........1st trip to cuba (15 days)

08/10/2006..........We started dating

12/15/2006..........2nd trip to Cuba (21 days)

05/01/2007..........3rd trip to Cuba (30 days)

12/20/2007..........Got citizenship

01/03/2008..........Sent 129F

01/12/2008..........NOA1

01/14/2008..........NOA2

02/08/2008..........Picked up package 3

04/16/2008..........4th trip to Cuba (6 days)

06/06/2008..........5th trip to Cuba (10 days)

06/09/2008..........Interview in Havana

06/10/2008..........Received his visa

06/20/2008..........Got the "Carta Blanca"

07/10/2008..........U.S entry

08/15/2008..........We got married

03/14/2009..........He received his green card

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Remember, you got to call the U.S. interest section to set up appointment to pick up pakage 3 because it will not be mail to your Fiance.

Have your fiance prepare packet 3. My husband did that and as soon as Rio had our petition he sedexed (the Brazilian fedex) his packet 3 to the consulate - shortly after we had our interview date. Packet 3 arrived at his house weeks to a month later.

No, he has not received it yet, the NOA2 just arrived last week, so i guess they will send it to the visa center first and then to Havana, anyways my fiance is going to try to get his passport meanwhile.

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Remember, you got to call the U.S. interest section to set up appointment to pick up pakage 3 because it will not be mail to your Fiance.

Have your fiance prepare packet 3. My husband did that and as soon as Rio had our petition he sedexed (the Brazilian fedex) his packet 3 to the consulate - shortly after we had our interview date. Packet 3 arrived at his house weeks to a month later.

No, he has not received it yet, the NOA2 just arrived last week, so i guess they will send it to the visa center first and then to Havana, anyways my fiance is going to try to get his passport meanwhile.

Oh really??? and what number should i call?


1987....................We met (I was 1 and he was 3 y.o)

2000....................I left my country

08/04/2006.........1st trip to cuba (15 days)

08/10/2006..........We started dating

12/15/2006..........2nd trip to Cuba (21 days)

05/01/2007..........3rd trip to Cuba (30 days)

12/20/2007..........Got citizenship

01/03/2008..........Sent 129F

01/12/2008..........NOA1

01/14/2008..........NOA2

02/08/2008..........Picked up package 3

04/16/2008..........4th trip to Cuba (6 days)

06/06/2008..........5th trip to Cuba (10 days)

06/09/2008..........Interview in Havana

06/10/2008..........Received his visa

06/20/2008..........Got the "Carta Blanca"

07/10/2008..........U.S entry

08/15/2008..........We got married

03/14/2009..........He received his green card

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where can we find the contents of this famous "Packet 3" ??

i think i more or less know what forms it will contain, from looking at the state department site, but i've never seen it referred to as packet 3.

please, someone tell us more about what is in Packet 3!

thanks

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where can we find the contents of this famous "Packet 3" ??

i think i more or less know what forms it will contain, from looking at the state department site, but i've never seen it referred to as packet 3.

please, someone tell us more about what is in Packet 3!

thanks

go to this website: http://havana.usinterestsection.gov/family...immigrants.html

im not sure but i think its form DS-230 part I and II


1987....................We met (I was 1 and he was 3 y.o)

2000....................I left my country

08/04/2006.........1st trip to cuba (15 days)

08/10/2006..........We started dating

12/15/2006..........2nd trip to Cuba (21 days)

05/01/2007..........3rd trip to Cuba (30 days)

12/20/2007..........Got citizenship

01/03/2008..........Sent 129F

01/12/2008..........NOA1

01/14/2008..........NOA2

02/08/2008..........Picked up package 3

04/16/2008..........4th trip to Cuba (6 days)

06/06/2008..........5th trip to Cuba (10 days)

06/09/2008..........Interview in Havana

06/10/2008..........Received his visa

06/20/2008..........Got the "Carta Blanca"

07/10/2008..........U.S entry

08/15/2008..........We got married

03/14/2009..........He received his green card

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here is the number for the U.S. interest section in havanna. 011 53 7 833 3551. Check to see if they got your case from NVC. once they received your case and you call them, they you give you this number to set up a appointment for your finace interview. 1 866 374 1769. hope this helps....Edwin

where can we find the contents of this famous "Packet 3" ??

i think i more or less know what forms it will contain, from looking at the state department site, but i've never seen it referred to as packet 3.

please, someone tell us more about what is in Packet 3!

thanks

go to this website: http://havana.usinterestsection.gov/family...immigrants.html

im not sure but i think its form DS-230 part I and II

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