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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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why do we need to send the copy of the whole packet that is filed for K1 to fiance after NOA2. Doesnt USCIS forward the original to the foreign consulate anyway? Do they actually ask to submit it before/during the interview or is it just in case sort of precaution?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
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This is for your own records.

It can sometimes be helpful, like if you get an RFE, to see what could possibly be missing. It is also good for the foreign fiance(e) to see what was included in the initial petition.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I was required to give the agents at the consulate copies of some of the forms that they already had. It is a very good idea if your fiancee has the paperwork in hand when she attends the interview.


AOS

Date Filed : 2008-02-15

NOA Date : 2008-02-26

RFE(s) : 2008-03-13

Bio. Appt. : 2008-03-18

AOS Transfer** :

Interview Date : 2008-07-23

Approval / Denial Date : 2008-07-23

Approved : 2008-07-23

Got I551 Stamp :

Greencard Received:

EAD

Date Filed : 2008-02-15

NOA Date : 2008-02-26

RFE(s) :

Bio. Appt. : 2008-03-18

Approved Date : 2008-04-24

Date Card Received : 2008-05-03

Comments : Packet Arrived in Chicago - Feb 20, 2008

Check cashed Feb 28, 2008

AP

Date Filed : 2008-02-15

NOA Date : 2008-02-26

RFE(s) :

Date Approved: 2008-04-24

Date Received : 2008-05-01

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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It's always better to be safe than sorry. It makes it easier when you fill out the documents for the interview and then for AOS too. You can just copy that information onto those documents instead of wracking your brain again.


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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It's always better to be safe than sorry.

Agreed, I'd send it.


Let's Keep the Song Going!!!

CANADA.GIFUS1.GIF

~Laura and Nicholas~

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Met online November 2005 playing City of Heroes

First met in Canada, Sept 22, 2006 <3

September 2006 to March 2008, 11 visits, 5 in Canada, 6 in NJ

Officially Engaged December 24th, 2007!!!

Moved to the U.S. to be with my baby on July 19th, 2008 on a K1 visa!!!!

***10 year green card in hand as of 2/2/2012, loving and living life***

Hmmm maybe we should move back to Canada! lol smile.png

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