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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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My husband petitioned me for an CR1 / IR1 visa. Our case was moved to the California Service Center this Dec 22.

While waiting for it, we've decided to follow the advice in the NVC shortcut Wiki article posted here in VisaJourney.

I was born in the Philippines. Should I...

- get 2 copies of my birth certificate (just to be sure)

- get it certified by whom? National Statistics Office? Department of Foreign Affairs? Or the Philippine Embassy?

With regards to police clerance:

- I lived in the same town since I was 16. Do I need to get a clerance from the local municipal hall or village, or would the nationally recognized NBI Clearance suffice?

- How do I apply? Can a relative help me (with payment, for example, to make it faster)?

Also, questions about the documents the petitioner (my husband) needs to provide:

- He does not pay taxes. He is an honorably discharged US Army veteran with a full pension. Would a letter explaining the situation and his bank records suffice for this?

- Can we include additional evidences of a bona fide marriage once we get our NOA2 and transfer to NVC? We would like to add more photos, letters, etc. just to be sure.


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My husband petitioned me for an CR1 / IR1 visa. Our case was moved to the California Service Center this Dec 22.

While waiting for it, we've decided to follow the advice in the NVC shortcut Wiki article posted here in VisaJourney.

I was born in the Philippines. Should I...

- get 2 copies of my birth certificate (just to be sure)

- get it certified by whom? National Statistics Office? Department of Foreign Affairs? Or the Philippine Embassy?

With regards to police clerance:

- I lived in the same town since I was 16. Do I need to get a clerance from the local municipal hall or village, or would the nationally recognized NBI Clearance suffice?

- How do I apply? Can a relative help me (with payment, for example, to make it faster)?

Also, questions about the documents the petitioner (my husband) needs to provide:

- He does not pay taxes. He is an honorably discharged US Army veteran with a full pension. Would a letter explaining the situation and his bank records suffice for this?

- Can we include additional evidences of a bona fide marriage once we get our NOA2 and transfer to NVC? We would like to add more photos, letters, etc. just to be sure.

yes u should get a copy of ur birthcert in NAtional statistic office or nso.better to get extra in case u need it.when i went to nso i get 4 copies of my birth and marriage cert in nso and i send 2 copies of each to my hubby.i get police cert and nbi and i send to my hubby.and also picture 2x2 inches.hope this info helps to you.about ur hubbys doucment i dont know coz he is us army.we not send photos, letter to nvc.for what i know photos,letter,cards,phone call and other proof u need that for interview in usembassy manila.

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My husband petitioned me for an CR1 / IR1 visa. Our case was moved to the California Service Center this Dec 22.

While waiting for it, we've decided to follow the advice in the NVC shortcut Wiki article posted here in VisaJourney.

I was born in the Philippines. Should I...

- get 2 copies of my birth certificate (just to be sure) YES,AS MANY COPIES AS U WANT IN CASE U NEED IT SOME OTHER TIME.. AND MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE TOO

- get it certified by whom? National Statistics Office? Department of Foreign Affairs? Or the Philippine Embassy? NSO IS OKAY.. I SENT MY AUTHENTICATED BIRTH CERT AND MARRIAGE CERT FROM NSO TO MY HUSBAND

With regards to police clerance:

- I lived in the same town since I was 16. Do I need to get a clerance from the local municipal hall or village, or would the nationally recognized NBI Clearance suffice? I GOT NBI CLEARANCE AND POLICE CLEARANCE AND SENT IT IN.. I ALSO LIVED HERE SINCE I WAS 16..

- How do I apply? Can a relative help me (with payment, for example, to make it faster)?

Also, questions about the documents the petitioner (my husband) needs to provide:

- He does not pay taxes. He is an honorably discharged US Army veteran with a full pension. Would a letter explaining the situation and his bank records suffice for this?

- Can we include additional evidences of a bona fide marriage once we get our NOA2 and transfer to NVC? We would like to add more photos, letters, etc. just to be sure. I BELIEVE U WILL JSUT NEED ALL THESE ON THE TIME OF UR INTERVIEW


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IR-5 for dad

02/16/12 - mailed I-130

02/27/12 - NOA1 petition received(hubby's birthday!)

06/06/12 - NOA2 stating I-130 approved

06/29/12 - NVC received case

07/09/12 - case entered in the system,assigned MNL # and IIN,email add given

07/12/12 - beneficiary emailed DS-3032, auto response received

07/18/12 - AOS fee bill/paid "IN PROCESS"

07/20/12 - AOS fee bill shows "PAID", mailed AOS package

07/25/12 - received AOS

07/25/12 - IV Fee Bill Invoiced, paid $230.00 "IN PROCESS"

07/26/12 - IV Fee bill shows "PAID"

07/28/12 - mailed IV Package

08/03/12 - received DS 230 packet

08/14/12 - sent RFE

08/16/12 - NVC received RFE

08/21/12 - log in failed

08/22/12 - case complete!

09/26-27/12 - medical at SLMC

10/04/12 - interview

12/01/12 - Left Philippines

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