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I am wondering why my fiance needs an exact copy of the entire I-129 Package that I prepared for her interview. Is she required to submit this to the US Consulate in Bangkok? Or will they already have a copy. I don't understand. Can someone please explain this. Thanks


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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You may need to provide copies of documents at the interview.

Make sure that you have copies of all documents that you will want the have the originals returned to you. They just need to see the originals, then they will keep a copy for the file.

Good luck.


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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1.just in case it get's lost during transit,

2.just in case USCIS looses something,

3. your fiancee can read it and understand what is going on, after all, it is your fiancee's interview...


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I am wondering why my fiance needs an exact copy of the entire I-129 Package that I prepared for her interview. Is she required to submit this to the US Consulate in Bangkok? Or will they already have a copy. I don't understand. Can someone please explain this. Thanks

The Consulate will have all the things you sent in - the suggestion of a copy of the packet for the foreign fiancé is for him/her to review/become familiar with.

(It's not required by an Embassy/Consulate; Merely a 'best practice' which is part of what makes the Guides here very useful.) :thumbs:

Edited by Otto und Karin

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