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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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my fiance is going to manila for her medical january 6th as a walk in, I advised her to take her notice she received from the embassy and the ds-156, question: will these be all the documents she will need for the medical? and also she will pay the $131 fee at the banco de oro, and once she is finished she will call to make an interview appointment! question #2 is she doing this in the correct order?

thank you all for the advice that I have received on previous posts and thanks in advance for any replys to this post!

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just the embassy notice will be enough..she doesnt need to bring a ds 156..also the $131 is the visa fee and not for the medical..she needs to pay more or less $213 for the medical exam(last time i checked)..and dont forget to bring 3 2x2 photos...

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N400 Timeline:

4/14/12- 3rd yr as PR

1/17/12- mailed packet

Biometrics-- waived

4/25/12- interview- passed & took my oath the same day!!-- US Citizen!!!

My N400 Journey took 3months & 8days!:)

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the notice stating her interview schedule will be what she needs to show to the guard. bring 2x2 pics and her passport and money needed to pay st lukes


feb. 26,2008-----noa1

aug. 26, 2008----transferred to csc

sept. 19, 2008--- approved

NVC:

sept. 26, 2008----got case # from a live operator

oct. 6, 2008 ------received AOS bill/paid online

oct. 7, 2008 ------shows PAID

oct. 14,2008 -----IV fee generated/ paid online

oct. 15,2008 -----shows PAID

oct. 16,2008 -----mailed DS230 overnight

oct. 23,2008 ---- RFE

nov. 3,2008 ----- case complete

nov. 26,2008 --- medical exam

aug. 14,2009 --- remedical finally, passed

aug. 24, 2009 -- interview , passed

aug. 29, 2009 -- visa in hand

sept. 24, 2009 -- POE LAX

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just the embassy notice will be enough..she doesnt need to bring a ds 156..also the $131 is the visa fee and not for the medical..she needs to pay more or less $213 for the medical exam(last time i checked)..and dont forget to bring 3 2x2 photos...

And the passport as well. SLMCEC will forward the Philippine passport and US style passport pictures to the US Embassy after the medical exam.

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Don't forget black pen for filling up the forms.. :thumbs:


2008 K1Timeline:

I-129F Application

10/25 Received letter from USEM

11/21-11/22 Med Exam

12/02 Interview date, 7AM (Approved)

12/10 Visa on Hand

Date & Place of POE: 12/17 Detroit

03/10/09 Wedding

2009 AOS / EAD / AP Timeline:

4/07 Mailed AOS Package

4/08 Package received

4/14 Cashed Check/

4/18 Biometrics I-485

4/29 Biometrics done

5/02 CSC Transferred

5/05 I-485 Touched (This case is now pending at the office to which it was transferred)(30 days)

5/12 I-485 Touched

5/15 EAD Card Production Ordered and AP Approval notice sent

5/18 EAD/AP Touched

5/20 Touched

5/21 AP Received by Mail (44days)

5/22 EAD Received by Mail (45days)

6/25 GC card production ordered!

6/30 Welcome Letter notice received dated 6/26

7/07 Approval notice sent

7/08 GC received by mail

2012 N-400 Timeline:

5/22 Sent

5/30 Cashed Check

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hello vj members

my fiance is going to manila for her medical january 6th as a walk in, I advised her to take her notice she received from the embassy and the ds-156, question: will these be all the documents she will need for the medical? and also she will pay the $131 fee at the banco de oro, and once she is finished she will call to make an interview appointment! question #2 is she doing this in the correct order?

thank you all for the advice that I have received on previous posts and thanks in advance for any replys to this post!

Hi, there! Your fiance will need US EMBASSY Appointment Letter or NVC letter to show to the guard upon entering the St.Luke, then she should have Appointment Letter (appointment letter of interview date) a confirmation email stating the date of your interview in US Embassy, SLEC are so strict now with that paper . Last time I had medical applicant were asked for their confirmation letter for interview and they would tell you " why you had medical if you you haven`t got your interview date yet", since they will be needing it when to release your result for interview date. If instance you had medical for the first day and you haven`t show that in the first day they will let you in but be sure you have your confirmation for the 2nd day they will asks that letter for the releasing in US Counter.

Here is the link below from my medical experience last Dec. 18, 22, 2008

http://netscotcorner.blogspot.com/search?u...;max-results=12


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Sent - July 5, 2011(California Service Center)

Received - July 7, 2011

Check cleared - July 12, 2011

Removal of the Conditional Status ( approved Sept. 9, 2011)

10 Years Green Card Received (Sept. 15, 2011)

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