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I know i dont have my approval yet but i need to know the answer to this question. I was reading this and wondered does this mean my husband in Morocco pays the interview fee and affidavit of support fee? If he chooses to be the agent?

"After the applicant selects an agent, the NVC will send the immigrant visa processing fee bill to the agent. Note: The agent does not need to be an attorney. " But can he pay in Dirhams as that is Moroccan money?

Also, does he send in the DS2032 form by email and i send in the I-864 by mail and email? Or does he have to print out the ds 2032 form, fill it out and then mail to me or is emailing it hiimself okay?

I get so confused by this stuff and i get so anxious.

Thanks for your help, sweetcitywife

Marat Mohammed

Ohio

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I know i dont have my approval yet but i need to know the answer to this question. I was reading this and wondered does this mean my husband in Morocco pays the interview fee and affidavit of support fee? If he chooses to be the agent?

"After the applicant selects an agent, the NVC will send the immigrant visa processing fee bill to the agent. Note: The agent does not need to be an attorney. " But can he pay in Dirhams as that is Moroccan money?

Also, does he send in the DS2032 form by email and i send in the I-864 by mail and email? Or does he have to print out the ds 2032 form, fill it out and then mail to me or is emailing it hiimself okay?

I get so confused by this stuff and i get so anxious.

Thanks for your help, sweetcitywife

Marat Mohammed

Ohio

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Read the GUIDES

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...page=i130guide1

Google" Ling che's NVC shortcuts" also.

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I know i dont have my approval yet but i need to know the answer to this question. I was reading this and wondered does this mean my husband in Morocco pays the interview fee and affidavit of support fee? If he chooses to be the agent?

"After the applicant selects an agent, the NVC will send the immigrant visa processing fee bill to the agent. Note: The agent does not need to be an attorney. " But can he pay in Dirhams as that is Moroccan money?

Also, does he send in the DS2032 form by email and i send in the I-864 by mail and email? Or does he have to print out the ds 2032 form, fill it out and then mail to me or is emailing it hiimself okay?

I get so confused by this stuff and i get so anxious.

Thanks for your help, sweetcitywife

Marat Mohammed

Ohio

:wacko:

The bills will be sent to who ever is selected as agent on the DS-3032 form. Your husband will fill out or email this form the the NVC. If he selects you then all bills will go to you and you can pay them online. I-864 is filled out by you (the American Citizen) and others if you need co-sponsors and is mailed to the NVC with all supporting documents. As Haole said you should read the guides as all the info is in there. Good Luck!

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USCIS *CR-1 Visa*

2008-07-26 : I-130 Sent

2009-04-02 : Interview at Embassy in Lima, Peru Approved

2009-04-08 : POE Atlanta (256 days from sending I-130)

USCIS *Removal of Conditions*

2011-02-28 : Mailed I-751

2011-03-02 : USPS Delivery Confirmation

2011-03-10 : Check Cashed

2011-03-11 : Touched

2011-03-25 : USCIS confirmed they did not mail NOA 1, given case number

2011-04-05 : Infopass appointment passport stamped with I-551

2011-04-19 : Walk in Biometrics completed (2 weeks early)

2011-05-03 : Biometrics appointment (3 year anniversary)

2011-08-25 : Approved

2011-08-31 : Card in hand (184 days after sending I-751)

*Application for Naturalization*

2012-03-24 : Mailed N-400

2012-03-26 : NOA1

2012-03-29 : Check Cashed

2012-05-14 : Biometrics Appointment

2012-06-04 : Interview Letter

2012-07-09 : Interview in Raleigh, NC (Passed)

2012-07-20 : Oath Ceremony (119 days after sending N-400)

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The bills will be sent to who ever is selected as agent on the DS-3032 form. Your husband will fill out or email this form the the NVC. If he selects you then all bills will go to you and you can pay them online. I-864 is filled out by you (the American Citizen) and others if you need co-sponsors and is mailed to the NVC with all supporting documents. As Haole said you should read the guides as all the info is in there. Good Luck!

hey there, just a side question... is the online payment system via CREDIT card or via your American bank account? the reason i ask is because my husband, the USC is getting his mother to pay the stuff for us (nice lady i know! :) ) and i want to be able to inform her on if she needs to use a credit card online or her bank account details.

thanks.

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I know i dont have my approval yet but i need to know the answer to this question. I was reading this and wondered does this mean my husband in Morocco pays the interview fee and affidavit of support fee? If he chooses to be the agent? The payment is done online, I assume anyone can pay it with the info sent to the agent from NVC"After the applicant selects an agent, the NVC will send the immigrant visa processing fee bill to the agent. Note: The agent does not need to be an attorney. " But can he pay in Dirhams as that is Moroccan money? Nope, US Dollars, if he pays with a foreign credit card, the currency will be converted from US dollars

Also, does he send in the DS2032 form by email Yes and i send in the I-864 by mail and email Mail because there are lots of supporting documents you need to send with it ? Or does he have to print out the ds 2032 form, fill it out and then mail to me or is emailing it hiimself okay? That's ok too, mail or e-mail

I get so confused by this stuff and i get so anxious.

Thanks for your help, sweetcitywife

Marat Mohammed

Ohio

:wacko:

Good luck

USCIS
August 12, 2008 - petition sent
August 16, 2008 - NOA-1
February 10, 2009 - NOA-2
178 DAYS FROM NOA-1


NVC
February 13, 2009 - NVC case number assigned
March 12, 2009 - Case Complete
25 DAY TRIP THROUGH NVC


Medical
May 4, 2009


Interview
May, 26, 2009


POE - June 20, 2009 Toronto - Atlanta, GA

Removal of Conditions
Filed - April 14, 2011
Biometrics - June 2, 2011 (early)
Approval - November 9, 2011
209 DAY TRIP TO REMOVE CONDITIONS

Citizenship

April 29, 2013 - NOA1 for petition received

September 10, 2013 Interview - decision could not be made.

April 15, 2014 APPROVED. Wait for oath ceremony

Waited...

September 29, 2015 - sent letter to senator.

October 16, 2015 - US Citizen

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