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does anyone have an actual copy of the packet 3 checklist. i cant find it anymore, i found it here (http://poland.usembassy.gov/visas/iv-f04-instructions-for-applicants.rev.-may-7-2008.doc) but it wont let me view it again


2-27-2010 I129F Sent

3-01-2010 NOA1 Sent

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4-22-2010 NOA2 Recieved

4-23-2010 NVC Mailed our application

4-26-2010 Trinidad Embassy recieved our application

5-04-2010 Packet 3 in hand.

5-04-2010 DS-230 submitted

5-17-2010 Interview letter recieved

5-28-2010 Medical appt.

6-10-2010 Embassy Interview (APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!)

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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It is going to be specific for any given country or Consulate. I am giving you a link to the PDF which contains the Packet 3 checklist for the Bangkok Embassy.

http://bangkok.usembassy.gov/root/pdfs/k_instructions_package_may09.pdf

Good Luck.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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It is going to be specific for any given country or Consulate. I am giving you a link to the PDF which contains the Packet 3 checklist for the Bangkok Embassy.

http://bangkok.usembassy.gov/root/pdfs/k_instructions_package_may09.pdf

Good Luck.

Hi Audy-Rob

I am going through the process in BKK and am on the same time line as you. Although i am a few weeks ahead of you as we sent in the packet 3 information 2 weeks ago when i was in Thailand. The post office tried to tell us we had to get a PIN number to get reciept for packet 3. I dont think this is true and we did not. Have you experienced this yet?

If you would like to email me so we can stay in touch and help each other that would be great. my email is nnascarr38@yahoo.com

Thanks

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Hi Audy-Rob

I am going through the process in BKK and am on the same time line as you. Although i am a few weeks ahead of you as we sent in the packet 3 information 2 weeks ago when i was in Thailand. The post office tried to tell us we had to get a PIN number to get reciept for packet 3. I dont think this is true and we did not. Have you experienced this yet?

If you would like to email me so we can stay in touch and help each other that would be great. my email is nnascarr38@yahoo.com

Thanks

Hi Az. Audy and I are going a little slower now because she needs to delay leaving Thailand until November for Work related responsibilities.

I have no idea about a PIN nor have I heard of it from others. I thought she just went to the Post Office and bought a piece of paper for the Visa Application Fee. She has not done this yet.

There is a good thread in the K-1 Fiancee Visa Process and Procedures Forum. The thread title is "SAWASDEE 3." There are some people who have just recently finished or had fiance(e)s go through Bangkok. AaronLV, rsn, Tom and Teaw, toma1, etc...

You can always go to my profile and click on Email me to send me an email.


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