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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Okay NVC have received our case from USCIS and I already have a near complete set of folders including various "evidence" of our relationship.. however upon reading various posts I'm a little confused as to what exactly I should have and who will want to see it?

Petitioner: US citizen (in US)

Beneficiary: UK citizen (not in US)

Married since: 08-08-08 and only lived together for just under 3 months (following marriage in US, though known each other many years).

So as the UK citizen:

1) Who will want to see this collection of photos, call logs, phone bills, boarding passes, cards (only a couple mostly used online), letters, letters from people who know us etc?

2) How many duplicates of this pack do I need (if more than one can I photocopy boarding passes etc?)

3) When will I need this prepared by?

4) Do I need to send my wife a pack also?

Sorry to ask what is probably a very tired question.


Happily married (save for distance) since August 2008!

NOA1: (130) Received within 2 weeks of filing.

NOA1: (129) Received within 2 weeks of filing.

I-130: Processed at 6 months 16 days

I-129: (F) Processed at 6 months 16 days (day before my birthday thank you USCIS!)

NOA2: (130) Received 6 days after approval.

NOA2: (129) Received 6 days after approval.

2nd July 2009 - NVC Received Case And Assigned Number.

10th July 2009 - Notification Received Stating K3 Package Sent To Beneficiary.

20th July 2009 - A One Sheet Letter Received With URL To Forms Required To Be Filled.

5th August 2009 - Medical Arranged.

14th August 2009 - Medical Taken.

27th August 2009 - IV-15 & Related Forms Signed For At London Embassy.

26th October 2009 - K3 Visa Interview - Approved! :D

..a lot of stuff..

December 19th 2011 - AoS Approved.. and sixteen Elephants fell from my shoulders.

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Well you've already had the I-130 approved and NVC won't care about any of that. Though the London embassy usually never asks for proof of relationship it's always a good idea to bring it along to the interview just in case. That's about the only time you'll "need" it. I wouldn't bother saving it for removing conditions as that proof will mainly be concerned with your life together once you get to the U.S.


Naturalization

N-400 package mailed: 04/16/2013

N-400 package delivered: 04/16/2013

NOA1 date: 04/17/2013

Biometrics: 08/23/2013

Interview: 10/07/2013

Oath: 01/23/2014

DONE!

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Okay NVC have received our case from USCIS and I already have a near complete set of folders including various "evidence" of our relationship.. however upon reading various posts I'm a little confused as to what exactly I should have and who will want to see it?

Petitioner: US citizen (in US)

Beneficiary: UK citizen (not in US)

Married since: 08-08-08 and only lived together for just under 3 months (following marriage in US, though known each other many years).

So as the UK citizen:

1) Who will want to see this collection of photos, call logs, phone bills, boarding passes, cards (only a couple mostly used online), letters, letters from people who know us etc?

2) How many duplicates of this pack do I need (if more than one can I photocopy boarding passes etc?)

3) When will I need this prepared by?

4) Do I need to send my wife a pack also?

Sorry to ask what is probably a very tired question.

Evidence of relationship is given to USCIS, and you are already done with that process.

NVC stage deals with providing proof that you are able to support your beneficiary when he/she gets here.

Evidence of relationship may be needed again at the time of interview, but definitely not for the NVC phase, so you have plenty of time to get that ready.

Read the NVC guide, it's all in there


12/05/11.......................Filed I-751

12/06/11.......................NOA

01/03/12......................BIO

09/10/12..................... Approved

09/21/12..................... Received GC

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