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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Thanks to these forums and some super help from one individual in particular, I've been granted my k1 US Visa and am due to fly on Sunday :)

I'm a nervy individual and am writing to make sure I've got everything straight!

Having done a few searches and read thru a recent posting of http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...=123662&hl= which helped a lot - but which documents are you meant to get back if any? I dont want to leave them with anything I will need later! :)

That and I probably need a haircut :)

Rey

EDIT: I somehow missed http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=123753 which explains it all :)

Edited by Rey Cobham

Basic Timeline

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Currently -- Processing for AoS

26th June 2008 -- Married =)

27th April 2008 -- Arrive in the US to rejoin with my Pam :)

27th Feb 2008 -- K1 Visa Interviews in London and Approved!

Was working out financial situation after Sponsor bails on us...sorted with lots of help from rebeccajo! :)

1st Aug 2007 -- Medical at Knightsbridge Docs

16th Mar 2007 -- Recieved NOA2

12th Dec 2006 -- Recieved NOA1

04th Dec 2006 -- Sent I-129F

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Thanks to these forums and some super help from one individual in particular, I've been granted my k1 US Visa and am due to fly on Sunday :)

I'm a nervy individual and am writing to make sure I've got everything straight!

Having done a few searches and read thru a recent posting of http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...=123662&hl= which helped a lot - but which documents are you meant to get back if any? I dont want to leave them with anything I will need later! :)

That and I probably need a haircut :)

Rey

Rey...they return the passport and usually never even look at the x-ray. They keep the sealed envelope and its contents. Thats it. :thumbs:

And why stop at just one hair..might as well get them all cut.. :lol:

Edited by Karin und Otto

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Rey...they return the passport and usually never even look at the x-ray. They keep the sealed envelope and its contents. Thats it. :thumbs:

And why stop at just one hair..might as well get them all cut.. :lol:

Thanks muchly,

Hehe, if only there were more hairs to cut! I tell you its never right, my dad has more hair than I do nowadays...and I'm pretty sure its real :D

Rey


Basic Timeline

================================

Currently -- Processing for AoS

26th June 2008 -- Married =)

27th April 2008 -- Arrive in the US to rejoin with my Pam :)

27th Feb 2008 -- K1 Visa Interviews in London and Approved!

Was working out financial situation after Sponsor bails on us...sorted with lots of help from rebeccajo! :)

1st Aug 2007 -- Medical at Knightsbridge Docs

16th Mar 2007 -- Recieved NOA2

12th Dec 2006 -- Recieved NOA1

04th Dec 2006 -- Sent I-129F

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