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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Costa Rica
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Hello everyone!

We are gathering all our paperwork (medical exams, hojas de delinquencia, etc) for our interview, and I have a couple of questions for people who have filed in Costa Rica and are a bit farther along in this process than we are...

1. They directed us to the embassy's website for the DS-156 form, where it appears in Spanish. Also, the entire packet arrived in only Spanish. I am assuming this means that we don't have to have spanish documents translated into English. Am I correct?

2. To call for the appointement we don't need to buy a PIN in Banco Nacional, right?

3. What is the interview like? Is it in an office or is it through a plexiglass window like the tourist visa interview?

4. Were there any problems/snags that you hit in the process? Advice specific to Costa Rica?

Thanks so much!!!

Delaney

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Costa Rica
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Hello everyone!

We are gathering all our paperwork (medical exams, hojas de delinquencia, etc) for our interview, and I have a couple of questions for people who have filed in Costa Rica and are a bit farther along in this process than we are...

1. They directed us to the embassy's website for the DS-156 form, where it appears in Spanish. Also, the entire packet arrived in only Spanish. I am assuming this means that we don't have to have spanish documents translated into English. Am I correct?

2. To call for the appointement we don't need to buy a PIN in Banco Nacional, right?

3. What is the interview like? Is it in an office or is it through a plexiglass window like the tourist visa interview?

4. Were there any problems/snags that you hit in the process? Advice specific to Costa Rica?

Thanks so much!!!

Delaney

Have you had your interview yet? My husband and I were advised against the K1, so we married in Costa in May. However, the CR gov't. took over 4 months to release our marriage certificate. So now, we are only a few months into the I-130 / K3 process. I have to say in retrospect, the K1 was probably the way to go...

I wish you all the best and please report on your interview!


K3 Interview 05/20/2009

POE Atlanta 05/26/2009

EAD NOA1 06/01/2009

EAD NOA2 08/2009

I-485 Sent 04/07/2010

I-485 NOA1 04/16/2010

Biometrics 04/28/2010 (assigned appt. date is 5/17/10, but we did an early walk-in with no problems!)

I-485 Interview 09/13/2010 (originally set for July, but had to reschedule, since we were in Europe then)

Waiting on GC to come in the mail!!!

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