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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Israel
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well, i emailed the embassy in Jerusalem last tuesday, and they responded by sending me an email with an attached pdf document that appears to be packet 3. it's a list of instuctions with blank forms and a list of doctors, but the footing indicates that it was created in 8/91 (and it looks it, too). it even says to complete and return form OF-230, OF-156, and OF-156K. a quick check on google shows that those forms were superceded by the DS versions in 2001 - 8 YEARS AGO!! i sincerely hope other embassies are a little more up to date.

anyway, my questions are:

1. which documents should be submitted to the consulate now?

2. which documents need to be notorized?

3. which documents need to be original and which can be copies?

here's what we've been collecting - please tell me if i'm missing something or using the wrong form or whatever:

we're planning on mailing these to the consulate:

- DS-230, part 1

- DS-156

- DS-156K

- DS-157

we're planning on bringing these to the interview:

- DS-230, part 2

- originals of NOA1 and NOA2

- I-134 affidavit of support

- passports

- passport style photos

- copy of I-129F package

- copy of RFE package

- letter of intent to marry

- copy of 3 most recent bank statement

- copy of W2 from last 3 years

- copy of tax return from last 3 years

- letter from my employer

- copy of 3 most recent pay checks

- original birth certificates for both of us

- her military records

- police records (submitted by police)

- approved medical results

- list of vaccinations

- list of places she's lived since the age of 16

- evidence of ongoing relationship

- phone and skype records

- travel itineraries

- passport stamps

- boarding passes

- pictures

thanks for everyone's help!!! much appreciated as always!!


TIMELINE:

03.06.09 - Filed I-129F

03.09.09 - Received NOA1

09.14.09 - RFE received

09.16.09 - RFE response sent

09.22.09 - NOA2!!!

09.28.09 - Case received by NVC

10.01.09 - NVC sent case to embassy

10.07.09 - Consulate received case, packet 3 sent via email

10.12.09 - Packet 3 checklist sent to embassy

10.21.09 - Embassy received completed checklist

12.14.09 - Appointment letter issued

01.19.10 - Interview

01.28.10 - 2nd interview

02.10.10 - Visa in hand!!!

04.01.10 - POE in Chicago

04.23.10 - Marriage

05.11.10 - Filed AOS, EAD, & AP

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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well, i emailed the embassy in Jerusalem last tuesday, and they responded by sending me an email with an attached pdf document that appears to be packet 3. it's a list of instuctions with blank forms and a list of doctors, but the footing indicates that it was created in 8/91 (and it looks it, too). it even says to complete and return form OF-230, OF-156, and OF-156K. a quick check on google shows that those forms were superceded by the DS versions in 2001 - 8 YEARS AGO!! i sincerely hope other embassies are a little more up to date.

anyway, my questions are:

1. which documents should be submitted to the consulate now?

2. which documents need to be notorized?

3. which documents need to be original and which can be copies?

here's what we've been collecting - please tell me if i'm missing something or using the wrong form or whatever:

we're planning on mailing these to the consulate:

- DS-230, part 1

- DS-156

- DS-156K

- DS-157

we're planning on bringing these to the interview:

- DS-230, part 2

- originals of NOA1 and NOA2

- I-134 affidavit of support

- passports

- passport style photos

- copy of I-129F package

- copy of RFE package

- letter of intent to marry

- copy of 3 most recent bank statement

- copy of W2 from last 3 years

- copy of tax return from last 3 years

- letter from my employer

- copy of 3 most recent pay checks

- original birth certificates for both of us

- her military records

- police records (submitted by police)

- approved medical results

- list of vaccinations

- list of places she's lived since the age of 16

- evidence of ongoing relationship

- phone and skype records

- travel itineraries

- passport stamps

- boarding passes

- pictures

thanks for everyone's help!!! much appreciated as always!!

As of late, nothing needs to be notarized. The forms (you have them correct) need to be original,the I-134 needs to be original. For documents (birth certificate, police certificate, etc.) you need to submit the original, a copy and an original translation. They will keep the copy and translation and give you back the original. All documents must be english or have an English translation attached. Unless there is something else consulate specific, it looks like you are good to go.


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