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where will packet number 3 be sent???

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will packet number 3 be sent me (petitioner) in america or my fiance (beneficiary) in el salvador. If the embassy in el salvador only sends packet 3 to my fiance it could cause some real difficulties for me because i have been the one filling out all the paper work and she doesnt completely understand everything that is going on.

thanks for any insight on the matter


K-1 Visa

Consulate : El Salvador

I-129F Sent : 2006-04-10

I-129F NOA1 : 2006-04-14

I-129F NOA2 : 2006-04-25

NVC Received : 2006-05-01

NVC Left : 2006-05-02

Consulate Received : 2006-05-10

Received imbra form: 2006-7-17

Sent out imbra form: 2006-7-18

imbra form received by VSC:2006-7-20

Case reapproved by the Vermont Service Center!!! : 2006-8-4

NVC sent info to embassy: August 10

Embassy sent packet 3: 2006-10-3

Sent a request through Cargo Express asking to deliver packet 3: 2006-10-11

Received Packet 3: 2006-10-17

Sent out packet 3: 2006-10-24

Packet 4 received:2006-11-24

Interview date:2006-12-5

Visa received:2006-12-12

Me and Yenny Arrived back in the U.S.:2006-12-14

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Hi.

The beneficiary will recieve the packet 3. If you can have her scan it and email it to you, you could help explain what items she needs, and what forms to fill out. You can go over it to double check everything and there are plenty of us on VJ that would be willing to answer questions that you have... Good luck on your journey :)

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i got pack 3 sent to El Salvador ALTHOUGH the Embassy people said that it was send to BOTH.

we got the pack 4 yesterday but it was sent to US fiancé, pack had my name but his address

and i havent got nothing yet here in El Salvador.

So i dont know if this is the "usual" thing or what.

(i did got a duplicate of pack 3 tho, which puzzled me like a week ago, i am not sure if it was meant to be the pack 4 n someone made a mistake or what happen.. it still a mistery.


According to Phoenix Processing office they will take 5 months to process, lets see if they keep their "promised schedule".. (hahaha yeah right)

08/02/2010 ... Send the paperwork to Phoenix, AZ

08/04/2010 ... Paperwork received at 9am

08/06/2010 ... Check cashed

08/10/2010 ... Touched

08/12/2010 ... NOA arrived (notice date: 08/06/2010; mailed on 08/09/2010)

09/04/2010 ... email: RFE sent on 09/03/2010 (biometrics?? hopefully waiting!)

09/08/2010 ... Touched. BIOMETRICS CAME TODAY! (notice date/mailed on: 09/03/2010; biometrics for 09/22/2010 at 11 a.m.)

.......................... Interview notice date: Oct 1, 2010

11/03/2010 ... Interview 11 am!! (PASSED!!!!)

12/30/2010 ... Oath notice (dated 12/22/2010, mailed on 12/29/2010) for 01/20/2011 at 8am!! FINALLY!!!!

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They'll mail packet 3 to your fiance.

I've found the forms on their website. So you can check them with her and help her fill them out. Good news is they have them in Spanish also.

http://sansalvador.usembassy.gov/consular/...saim/forms.html

(scroll down and you'll find K1 visa packets)

Edited by Mew

I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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