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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Israel
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my spouse has already filed k3 in the states and now planning to come here and wait until I get the visa then travel back to states together. I have read in the VJ that its good for both husband and wife to attend the interview in the US Embassy.

Is there anything we need to make sure before my spouse come over here

any comments will be highly appreciate

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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my spouse has already filed k3 in the states and now planning to come here and wait until I get the visa then travel back to states together. I have read in the VJ that its good for both husband and wife to attend the interview in the US Embassy.

Is there anything we need to make sure before my spouse come over here

any comments will be highly appreciate

This is something I was wondering about. I am thinking I want to fly to my husband's consulate for the interview too. I wonder how many people have done that for the K3 visa? I also wonder, I was married in the US in 2007, but we put the consulate as the one by where he lives. DId I make a mistake there or is that going to be ok? Do you know?


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Married 3/15/07

USCIS:

NOA1: 5/23/2008

NOA2: 9/12/2008

NVC:

They received: 9/24/2008

Case Complete: 12/1/2008

Interview: 03/24/2009

Received approved visa (after RFE in interview): 04/21/2009

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Israel
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my spouse has already filed k3 in the states and now planning to come here and wait until I get the visa then travel back to states together. I have read in the VJ that its good for both husband and wife to attend the interview in the US Embassy.

Is there anything we need to make sure before my spouse come over here

any comments will be highly appreciate

This is something I was wondering about. I am thinking I want to fly to my husband's consulate for the interview too. I wonder how many people have done that for the K3 visa? I also wonder, I was married in the US in 2007, but we put the consulate as the one by where he lives. DId I make a mistake there or is that going to be ok? Do you know?

I called the US Embassy and they told me that its all right for my spouse to leave the states after filling the papers and come here and be with me and wait until I get the visa.

but I just want to make sure what are the papers that my spouse need to bring from staes

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Filed: Other Country: China
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my spouse has already filed k3 in the states and now planning to come here and wait until I get the visa then travel back to states together. I have read in the VJ that its good for both husband and wife to attend the interview in the US Embassy.

Is there anything we need to make sure before my spouse come over here

any comments will be highly appreciate

This is something I was wondering about. I am thinking I want to fly to my husband's consulate for the interview too. I wonder how many people have done that for the K3 visa? I also wonder, I was married in the US in 2007, but we put the consulate as the one by where he lives. DId I make a mistake there or is that going to be ok? Do you know?

I called the US Embassy and they told me that its all right for my spouse to leave the states after filling the papers and come here and be with me and wait until I get the visa.

but I just want to make sure what are the papers that my spouse need to bring from staes

Good thought. My suggestion is you and your spouse learn the process. Begin by studying the step by step guides here on VJ as well as the instructions for the forms to be used later with particular attention to the supporting documents required. Study the forms themselves too.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Good thought. My suggestion is you and your spouse learn the process. Begin by studying the step by step guides here on VJ as well as the instructions for the forms to be used later with particular attention to the supporting documents required. Study the forms themselves too.

That's good advice. Reading the instructions and such carefully is VITAL! :) There is a lot to do, but if we take it one step at a time we are going to get through this! :)


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Married 3/15/07

USCIS:

NOA1: 5/23/2008

NOA2: 9/12/2008

NVC:

They received: 9/24/2008

Case Complete: 12/1/2008

Interview: 03/24/2009

Received approved visa (after RFE in interview): 04/21/2009

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