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hi everyone

I have my biometrics appointment tomorrow, I will take all my notices and my passport, does anyone that has done it already have any dos and dont tips??

please let me know?

thank you!!!

Tim

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hi everyone

I have my biometrics appointment tomorrow, I will take all my notices and my passport, does anyone that has done it already have any dos and dont tips??

please let me know?

thank you!!!

Tim

Not much to it. Be sure they have your A number correct. Also spelling of your name.

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K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

If you changed your name, they'll ask you for your marriage certificate. I didn't have mine, and insisted that they never asked me to bring it, so it was fine but just in case you know.


The Lord is my strength and my shield,

My heart trusted in Him and I am helped,

therefore my heart greatly rejoices,

and with my song I will praise Him.

Psalm 28:7

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Malaysia
Timeline

Give a nice smile on your biometrics picture. They use that pic for your EAD. Mine was horrible because I wasn't ready :( but it's ok! As above poster said, bring a copy of your marriage certificate with you if you changed your name.

Cheers..


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