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Evidence to Interview?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Albania
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Hi all!

I had a question regarding the evidence that is to be used to support the interview. Do we only send the forms back to the embassy and keep the evidence and take that to the Interview? One place said to send no documents, but bring them to the Interview. Then one of the forms that is to be filed and sent back said to include evidence of engagement and affidavit of support. I am soooo confused and hope someone can steer me in the right direction. Thanks so much! :help:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
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You take the evidence with you to the interview.

Packet 3 should tell you what forms you need to mail back to them.


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for the consulate in tirana, you mail in all of the necessary documents

here is a link to the packet 3 that they will send to your fiance (it will be both in albanian and english): http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...&hl=albania

you have to mail in all of the documents that they list in packet 3...since one of the forms that you have to send back (i think it was DS156K) says to include evidence of engagement to your fiance, i included my evidences with the packet as well...i will bring more evidence with me to the interview, and copies of what i sent them, but i did mail them in

tirana is a little bit different than most embassies because you have to mail them ALL of the documents (including i-134 financial documents, police and birth certificates) and THEN they will schedule your interview

message me if you have more questions

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