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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Hello everyone. Would really appreciate any information on this query of mine.

I heard that now at the Islamabad embassy all the applicants are suppose to carry their docs in a transparent plastic bag for the interview.

What happened to the good old carrying your docs in a file method?

HELP!! PLZ!! ANY INFO!! My interview is next week!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Hello everyone. Would really appreciate any information on this query of mine.

I heard that now at the Islamabad embassy all the applicants are suppose to carry their docs in a transparent plastic bag for the interview.

What happened to the good old carrying your docs in a file method?

HELP!! PLZ!! ANY INFO!! My interview is next week!

What :innocent: thats a weird one. Where did you hear this? Is it on the U.S embassy website? if your source is reliable and genuine then go ahead with the plastic bag.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Yes I trust my sources completely. These are ppl who had their interviews in the past few months. They all say to take docs in a transparent plastic bag or folder.

Hello everyone. Would really appreciate any information on this query of mine.

I heard that now at the Islamabad embassy all the applicants are suppose to carry their docs in a transparent plastic bag for the interview.

What happened to the good old carrying your docs in a file method?

HELP!! PLZ!! ANY INFO!! My interview is next week!

What :innocent: thats a weird one. Where did you hear this? Is it on the U.S embassy website? if your source is reliable and genuine then go ahead with the plastic bag.

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It sounds very much like the airport security rules when they were dealing with the problem of carry on toiletries. They wanted everything in zip-locks so that they could easily see the contents.


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I-130 Moved to California 6-August-2008

My petition has been in 3 states (1, twice) in 9 months!

Rec'd by CSC 8/9, touched 8/11, 8/12, 8/15, 8/20, 8/25

Approved Tuesday, 25-August-2008

10 months since we mailed the petition

Rec'd NVC 9/3, Invoice Generated 9/10, DS-3032 emailed 9/11.

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