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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Belarus
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Ok, here's the situation. My fiance had always gotten her mail at her mom's house and her passport was still showing her mom's address but she just renewed her passport and it now has her apartment address. I submitted the I-129f with her address that was in her passport (moms house) and now we have been approved and await packet 3 do I need to do a change of address? Will this pose a problem for the interview?

Also, do I need to wait until the embassy recieves the info from NVC before I email the checklist and form DS230 part 1 to set up an interview?

Thanks.

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You need the new case file number assigned at NVC to contact the U.S. embassy in Moscow. They can't help you much without that. It is doubtful they will set up an appointment before the file has been received, but usually it doesn't take long at NVC unless your fiancee has a surname that's on a special list.

You can usually download the packet three from the embassy website so that you can get a head start on gathering all the information. You just need to make sure your fiancee has the needed tasks and information completed prior to her appointment date.

We all understand about the rush now after such a long delay, but just a little more patience and you will be rewarded. Generally the interview at the embassy is pretty easy, especially if she is able to speak some English and she also indicates that she wants to work as soon as possible upon her arrival. They really want to know that someone isn't planning on living on welfare.

She will be able to inform the embassy about her new address when calling about the appointment or you can send it in an email if you have the NVC number.

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Opps, sorry I missed the part about Belarus. Check the embassy that you will use for the packet 3.

It's still early for me and I haven't had my coffee yet.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Belarus
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You need the new case file number assigned at NVC to contact the U.S. embassy in Moscow. They can't help you much without that. It is doubtful they will set up an appointment before the file has been received, but usually it doesn't take long at NVC unless your fiancee has a surname that's on a special list.

You can usually download the packet three from the embassy website so that you can get a head start on gathering all the information. You just need to make sure your fiancee has the needed tasks and information completed prior to her appointment date.

We all understand about the rush now after such a long delay, but just a little more patience and you will be rewarded. Generally the interview at the embassy is pretty easy, especially if she is able to speak some English and she also indicates that she wants to work as soon as possible upon her arrival. They really want to know that someone isn't planning on living on welfare.

She will be able to inform the embassy about her new address when calling about the appointment or you can send it in an email if you have the NVC number.

yeah, i figured as much. so on top of the checklist it wants the "case number:wrw", "visa classification" (is this K1?) and "priority date" (whats this?)

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