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moving K-1 case to another consular abroad!!!!!!!!!!

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Hi Everyone,

My case was suspended as i have to present a police record from my country to the london consular.

A death occured of a familly member( my uncle who was responsible for me after my father died).

This will involve going home for the the funeral and this will take a long period of time as i will have to partake in the funeral and the final prayer after 40days.

the police document is the only outstanding i need to provide to be issued my visa.

with this develpoment i was wondering if i can get the police clearance in Nigeria and submit to the consular in Nigeria to obtain my visa so i would not need to come to london again as i am trying to cut cost.

the funeral will require alot of money and time and i am trying to save to do my wedding with my fiancee as soon as i get to the US.

So much happening i can not even think straight...........pls advice

Thanks. :innocent:

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Sorry for your loss (F)

I would have the USC call NVC and the consulate to see what can be done. I have read of the USC requesting the interview take place in another country, but that was before any packets were sent out.


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Sorry for your loss (F)

I would have the USC call NVC and the consulate to see what can be done. I have read of the USC requesting the interview take place in another country, but that was before any packets were sent out.

Thanks for your response, however, i had the interview done in London already, only need to provide the police clearance from nigeria. Since i will be in Nigeria for a long period of time, i am thinking i can obtain the document and submit to the US embassy in Nigeria so i could leave to the US after the funeral. Then i don't have to spend money coming to london..... please advice

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Sorry for your loss (F)

I would have the USC call NVC and the consulate to see what can be done. I have read of the USC requesting the interview take place in another country, but that was before any packets were sent out.

Thanks for your response, however, i had the interview done in London already, only need to provide the police clearance from nigeria. Since i will be in Nigeria for a long period of time, i am thinking i can obtain the document and submit to the US embassy in Nigeria so i could leave to the US after the funeral. Then i don't have to spend money coming to london..... please advice

Do you have the police report already? I would submit it ASAP, and then get the K1 in London before going to Nigeria. The K1 is valid for 6 months, so once you have completed all your duties in Nigeria you can just fly to the US.

I don't know that the consulate in Nigeria will accept the police certificate on behalf of the consulate in London.

Have you asked if this was possible in London?


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Sorry for your loss (F)

I would have the USC call NVC and the consulate to see what can be done. I have read of the USC requesting the interview take place in another country, but that was before any packets were sent out.

Thanks for your response, however, i had the interview done in London already, only need to provide the police clearance from nigeria. Since i will be in Nigeria for a long period of time, i am thinking i can obtain the document and submit to the US embassy in Nigeria so i could leave to the US after the funeral. Then i don't have to spend money coming to london..... please advice

Do you have the police report already? I would submit it ASAP, and then get the K1 in London before going to Nigeria. The K1 is valid for 6 months, so once you have completed all your duties in Nigeria you can just fly to the US.

I don't know that the consulate in Nigeria will accept the police certificate on behalf of the consulate in London.

Have you asked if this was possible in London?

The process involves alot of procedures whereby i have to book an appointment with the British police to obtain fingerprints, then you send to the authorities in Nigeria. i called up to book an appointment for the print and the earliest date i can be sheduled for is June 13. i hope to be home by then and more over the price to do that in london is expensive, so i was thinking since i'll be home and is a Nigerian document that is required then that should not be a problem. i have emailed the embassy but yet to get a reply, am only curious to know if they'll not cancel and tell me to start all over again............

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