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Hello everyone,

My wife's interview is about a couple of weeks from now and I'm starting to get a little paranoid. I know in the letter that I received from NVC about the appointment that all she needs to take with her is: 2 photos (5cmx5cm), her passport, the medical exam results envelope, and the appointment letter NVC sent, is that correct? I do not have to contact the embassy to do anything, right?

I tried calling the US embassy in cairo just to make sure everythings ok but haven't been successful. I've already sent in all the originals required for DS-230 to NVC as requested (original birth certificate, original police records, and the original marriage certificate. she doesn't need to take these with her to the interview since they already have these forms and she doesn't, right?

I just wanted to double check and make sure that I've got everything right.

Thank you very much.


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Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Marriage : 2007-10-14

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I-130 NOA1 : 2008-01-29

I-129F Sent : 2008-01-30

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-02-06

I-130 Approved : 2008-04-24

USEM interview : 2008-09-25

Finally reunited : 2008-10-12

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Hello everyone,

My wife's interview is about a couple of weeks from now and I'm starting to get a little paranoid. I know in the letter that I received from NVC about the appointment that all she needs to take with her is: 2 photos (5cmx5cm), her passport, the medical exam results envelope, and the appointment letter NVC sent, is that correct? I do not have to contact the embassy to do anything, right?

I tried calling the US embassy in cairo just to make sure everythings ok but haven't been successful. I've already sent in all the originals required for DS-230 to NVC as requested (original birth certificate, original police records, and the original marriage certificate. she doesn't need to take these with her to the interview since they already have these forms and she doesn't, right?

I just wanted to double check and make sure that I've got everything right.

Thank you very much.

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Interview Forms / Items and Pre-Interview Forms / Items

Good luck and my best wishes for you

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Hello everyone,

My wife's interview is about a couple of weeks from now and I'm starting to get a little paranoid. I know in the letter that I received from NVC about the appointment that all she needs to take with her is: 2 photos (5cmx5cm), her passport, the medical exam results envelope, and the appointment letter NVC sent, is that correct? I do not have to contact the embassy to do anything, right?

I tried calling the US embassy in cairo just to make sure everythings ok but haven't been successful. I've already sent in all the originals required for DS-230 to NVC as requested (original birth certificate, original police records, and the original marriage certificate. she doesn't need to take these with her to the interview since they already have these forms and she doesn't, right?

I just wanted to double check and make sure that I've got everything right.

Thank you very much.

check this

Interview Forms / Items and Pre-Interview Forms / Items

Good luck and my best wishes for you

Thanks bro. I checked that link earlier but the thing is all of the originals that are listed: birth certificate, marriage certificate, and police records, I sent all of these items to NVC because they asked for the originals, my wife has only copies of those documents. How can she take originals with her to the interview when they've already taken those forms from us?


K-3 Visa

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Marriage : 2007-10-14

I-130 Sent : 2007-11-24

I-130 NOA1 : 2008-01-29

I-129F Sent : 2008-01-30

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-02-06

I-130 Approved : 2008-04-24

USEM interview : 2008-09-25

Finally reunited : 2008-10-12

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Hello everyone,

My wife's interview is about a couple of weeks from now and I'm starting to get a little paranoid. I know in the letter that I received from NVC about the appointment that all she needs to take with her is: 2 photos (5cmx5cm), her passport, the medical exam results envelope, and the appointment letter NVC sent, is that correct? I do not have to contact the embassy to do anything, right?

I tried calling the US embassy in cairo just to make sure everythings ok but haven't been successful. I've already sent in all the originals required for DS-230 to NVC as requested (original birth certificate, original police records, and the original marriage certificate. she doesn't need to take these with her to the interview since they already have these forms and she doesn't, right?

I just wanted to double check and make sure that I've got everything right.

Thank you very much.

check this

Interview Forms / Items and Pre-Interview Forms / Items

Good luck and my best wishes for you

Thanks bro. I checked that link earlier but the thing is all of the originals that are listed: birth certificate, marriage certificate, and police records, I sent all of these items to NVC because they asked for the originals, my wife has only copies of those documents. How can she take originals with her to the interview when they've already taken those forms from us?

I believe your wife need to bring copies of those documents. All original documents will be returned at the interview.

(F) Good luck


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01/21/08- I-130 received at Chicago Lock Box

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02/26/08- NOA1 received (Notice date: 2/12/2008)

02/19/08- Touched

04/23/08- Met in person (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) (one week)

04/30/08- Here I am in USA!!!!

05/19/08- I-130 approved!

05/27/08- NVC received our application and case number assigned

06/02/08- DS-3032 sent & AOS Bill Generated

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Hello everyone,

My wife's interview is about a couple of weeks from now and I'm starting to get a little paranoid. I know in the letter that I received from NVC about the appointment that all she needs to take with her is: 2 photos (5cmx5cm), her passport, the medical exam results envelope, and the appointment letter NVC sent, is that correct? I do not have to contact the embassy to do anything, right?

I tried calling the US embassy in cairo just to make sure everythings ok but haven't been successful. I've already sent in all the originals required for DS-230 to NVC as requested (original birth certificate, original police records, and the original marriage certificate. she doesn't need to take these with her to the interview since they already have these forms and she doesn't, right?

I just wanted to double check and make sure that I've got everything right.

Thank you very much.

check this

Interview Forms / Items and Pre-Interview Forms / Items

Good luck and my best wishes for you

Thanks bro. I checked that link earlier but the thing is all of the originals that are listed: birth certificate, marriage certificate, and police records, I sent all of these items to NVC because they asked for the originals, my wife has only copies of those documents. How can she take originals with her to the interview when they've already taken those forms from us?

I believe your wife need to bring copies of those documents. All original documents will be returned at the interview.

(F) Good luck

Thanks man. I also cheched with a relative who interviewed recently and said she didn't need anything but the interview letter, passport, the photos, and medical examination results. I'll tell her to take the copies of birthcert, marriage cert, ... etc with her as well. Thanks

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K-3 Visa

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Marriage : 2007-10-14

I-130 Sent : 2007-11-24

I-130 NOA1 : 2008-01-29

I-129F Sent : 2008-01-30

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-02-06

I-130 Approved : 2008-04-24

USEM interview : 2008-09-25

Finally reunited : 2008-10-12

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USCIS

02/01/2008 : Mailed I-130 to Chicago Lock Box via Priority Mail

02/04/2008 : I-130 reached Chicago 2:18 AM

02/19/2008 : NOA1

02/20/2008 : $355 check cashed

02/25/2008 : Case available to view online

08/26/2008 : Email: Case will transfer to CSC

08/27/2008 : Notice Sent: Case will transfer to CSC

09/04/2008 : Email: Case arrived and pending at CSC

09/05/2008 : Touch

09/08/2008 : Touch

09/23/2008 : Approved !!! (217 days | 31 weeks) from NOA 1 (235 days | 33 weeks) from file

09/24/2008 : Touch

NVC

09/29/2008 : NVC received Case & Case # assigned

10/03/2008 : DS-3032 & I-864 Fee bill generated

10/04/2008 : E-mail for Choice of Agent sent

10/09/2008 : I-864 Fee bill instruction received in mail

10/09/2008 : I-864 Fee bill ($70) submitted online

10/10/2008 : I-864 Fee bill shows status "PAID"

10/14/2008 : I-864EZ Package sent via priority mail

10/16/2008 : I-864EZ Package reached NVC

10/16/2008 : E-mail for Choice of Agent accepted. (12 days)

10/16/2008 : IV Fee bill ($400) submitted online

10/17/2008 : IV Fee bill accepted

11/13/2008 : DS-230 Package mailed to NVC (Had to wait for PCC)

11/18/2008 : DS-230 Package reached NVC

11/21/2008 : Case Complete (53 days | 7 Weeks) at NVC

Consulate

01/06/2009 : Medical

01/27/2009 : Interview (361 days | 51 weeks) from file

02/09/2009 : POE (Newark)

02/21/2009 : SSN Received

02/25/2009 : Welcome Letter Received

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whoa pretty nice. Thank you very much pappu :)


K-3 Visa

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Marriage : 2007-10-14

I-130 Sent : 2007-11-24

I-130 NOA1 : 2008-01-29

I-129F Sent : 2008-01-30

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-02-06

I-130 Approved : 2008-04-24

USEM interview : 2008-09-25

Finally reunited : 2008-10-12

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