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Just finished calling the NVC, asked them for the interview date, they gave me August 26th. I'm so happy, one step closer. I had sent packet 3 last thursday.

I have a question about the medical exam. How long before the interview can my fiance get the exam done?

ABout letters, do they really need to be translated into english even though the people interviewing my fiance will obviously know spanish?

Thanks in advance!


K-1 Timeline

I-129F Sent - 3/4/2008

I-129F Recieved - 3/5/2008

I-129F Approved - 5/7/2008

Interview Date - 8/26/2008 - (Asked for petitioner to be interviewed as well, new interview Date 9/18/2008)

Interview 2 Date - 9/18/2008 - (Case Sent to review, and not DENIED as I orignally thought)

Gave up on K1 process - 9/19/2008

Canceled K-1 Petition - 5/1/09

Married - 5/30/2009

Recieved K-1 2nd Approval (HA!) - 6/6/2009

Long Honey Moon - 5/30/2009-10/14/2009

I-130 Timeline

I-130 Sent - 12/22/2009

I-130 Recieved - 12/23/2009

Received NOA1 Hardcopy - 1/4/10 (Dated 12/29/09)

NOA2 - 3/9/2010

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Just finished calling the NVC, asked them for the interview date, they gave me August 26th. I'm so happy, one step closer. I had sent packet 3 last thursday.

I have a question about the medical exam. How long before the interview can my fiance get the exam done?

ABout letters, do they really need to be translated into english even though the people interviewing my fiance will obviously know spanish?

Thanks in advance!

She can do the medical at her convenience now. Be sure it's in time to have the results before the interview. Bona fides evidence presented at the interview, need not be translated.


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