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Hi! I recently submitted the K1 fiance petition, what is the next step? I want to prepare myself...

Please read the Guides http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...mp;page=k1guide

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Hi! I recently submitted the K1 fiance petition, what is the next step? I want to prepare myself...

Ask fiance for all the documents required by the Embassy for the interview to be sent to "you" via mail in original format.....AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

that will take away some NASTY surprises at the interview time such as the ones below;

The fiance is still married.....(no divorce yet) and forgot to tell you about it....

The fiance has criminal record or extremist activity.....and forgot to tell you about it...

The fiance has children.....and forgot to tell you about it...

The fiance is older/younger...and forgot to tell you about it....

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NO just kidding. I mean you do have a lot of waiting to do but the forms you need are the packet 3. I believe this site will have all the forms you need so just take a look under guides. The most annoying thing is just remembering all the schools you've been to, jobs you've had and places you have lived. Another annoying thing is that you can't fill in the forms and save them as it won't allow you to, so print them out and practice that way.

Good Luck but you can relax for a little bit anyhow.

Luke and Deanna

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Our Timeline...
06-03-2007. Met Online
07-09-2007. Met in Person in the US
07-04-2008. WE GOT ENGAGED!!!

I-129F Timeline...

12-15-2008. Sent I-129F Petition to CSC
12-18-2008. NOA1. Money order cashed
05-22-2009. NOA2 APPROVED!
09-16-2009. Medical
09-28-2009. Interview. APPROVED!!!
10-06-2009. Visa received
10-10-2009. U.S. Entry
11-07-2009. Wedding


AOS Timeline...
11-30-2009. Sent AOS
12-07-2009. NOA1
01-07-2010. Biometrics appointment
01-12-2010. Transferred to CSC
02-17-2010. I-485 Card Production Ordered & Welcome Notice Sent
02-26-2010. GREEN CARD ARRIVED!!!


ROC Timeline...
12-28-2011. Sent ROC
12-29-2011. NOA1
02-15-2012. Biometrics appointment (Walk in on 01-26-2012)
06-06-2012. ROC APPROVED!!!
06-19-2012. 10 YEAR GREEN CARD ARRIVED!!!


Citizenship Timeline...
11-27-2012. Sent N-400
11-29-2012. NOA1
12-28-2012. Biometrics appointment
01-11-2013. In line for interview
01-28-2013. Notice of Interview Scheduled (Letter in mailbox 02-01-3013)
03-01-2013. Interview
05-08-2013. OATH DATE!
IM A CITIZEN!!!

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and of course during the waiting, gather as much bonafide relationship evidence as you can.

Give Generously, Live Fully, Laugh Often, Love Completely...AND PRAY ALWAYS!!!

He is home!!!

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The most annoying thing is just remembering all the schools you've been to, jobs you've had and places you have lived. Another annoying thing is that you can't fill in the forms and save them as it won't allow you to, so print them out and practice that way.

There are ways to get around this. If you're fortunate enough to have a copy of (the very expensive) Adobe Acrobat, then you can change the permissions on the editable PDF's so that you CAN save them. This won't help you with the totally web-based DS-156, though.

Another option is to make Notepad files (or other text editor, if you don't use Windoze) that contain all of the current information for each form. If you end up having to redo a form, you can copy and paste from the text file. It's still a pain in the rear, but easier than retyping everything, and less error prone, especially if much of the information is a transliteration of a foreign language.

12/15/2009 - K1 Visa Interview - APPROVED!

12/29/2009 - Married in Oakland, CA!

08/18/2010 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

05/01/2013 - Removal of Conditions - APPROVED!

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Wait....

NO just kidding. I mean you do have a lot of waiting to do but the forms you need are the packet 3. I believe this site will have all the forms you need so just take a look under guides. The most annoying thing is just remembering all the schools you've been to, jobs you've had and places you have lived. Another annoying thing is that you can't fill in the forms and save them as it won't allow you to, so print them out and practice that way.

Good Luck but you can relax for a little bit anyhow.

Luke and Deanna

You can fill in the forms and save them with a PDF writer! try Cute PDF writer or even Adobe, (free to download and they work very well.)

'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

http://crbausembassy....wordpress.com/

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The most annoying thing is just remembering all the schools you've been to, jobs you've had and places you have lived. Another annoying thing is that you can't fill in the forms and save them as it won't allow you to, so print them out and practice that way.

There are ways to get around this. If you're fortunate enough to have a copy of (the very expensive) Adobe Acrobat, then you can change the permissions on the editable PDF's so that you CAN save them. This won't help you with the totally web-based DS-156, though.

Another option is to make Notepad files (or other text editor, if you don't use Windoze) that contain all of the current information for each form. If you end up having to redo a form, you can copy and paste from the text file. It's still a pain in the rear, but easier than retyping everything, and less error prone, especially if much of the information is a transliteration of a foreign language.

Adobe Acrobat ( Acrobat.com) has a free program to create PDF and share files/pdf online, works very well.

'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

http://crbausembassy....wordpress.com/

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