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Clarification needed about what to send to Consulate

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I just wanted to clarify what documents I send to the US Consulate and which I bring with me for the interview.

It is my understanding that I complete form DS-160 electronically online which I have done and then I mail to the US Consulate a completed DS-230 form along with the checklist they provided. Is this accurate?

Am I to understand then that the I-134 (Affidavit of Support) and all other supporting documents such as the police certificate, letter of continued support, birth certificate, proof of ongoing relationship, paycheck stubs, tax returns, bank records, employment letter, the medical results, the NOA2 and the copy of the I-129F package are to be brought to the actual interview?

Thank you for clarifying this for me. it is much appreciated!

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