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Hey everyone!

I'm just wondering if my fiancee needs to fill out a DS-160 form prior to her interview for a fiancee visa?

The website clearly states:

"All non-immigrant visa (except Fiancee visa) applicants applying for visas at the U.S. Embassy or Consulates in Japan are required to complete the DS-160 online application form".

This seems to indicate that it is not necessary for the fiancee visa and I'm not even sure if the fiancee visa is classified as a non-immigrant visa.

However, in order to file the payment fee it is necessary to enter a code from a completed DS-160 form???

So it seems that they say not to do it but you have to to pay? Catch-22?

It's frustrating how difficult it is to find out what one needs to do and the lack of clear direction!

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Hey everyone!

I'm just wondering if my fiancee needs to fill out a DS-160 form prior to her interview for a fiancee visa?

The website clearly states:

"All non-immigrant visa (except Fiancee visa) applicants applying for visas at the U.S. Embassy or Consulates in Japan are required to complete the DS-160 online application form".

This seems to indicate that it is not necessary for the fiancee visa and I'm not even sure if the fiancee visa is classified as a non-immigrant visa.

However, in order to file the payment fee it is necessary to enter a code from a completed DS-160 form???

So it seems that they say not to do it but you have to to pay? Catch-22?

It's frustrating how difficult it is to find out what one needs to do and the lack of clear direction!

Did you need this form? We are putting everything together & someone put this form as needed for the K1 Interview?

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Met online : August 18 2008

Met in person (Alberta Canada): June 19,2009

Met again (USA): December 10,2009

Mailed the package: June 30,2010

NOA1: July 8,2010

Touch: July 14,2010

NOA2: Nov. 19, 2010 Issued

NOA2: Nov. 27, 2010 Received Hard Copy

November 26, 2010 NVC forwarded case to Vancouver Consulate

November 29, 2010 Received at Vancouver Consulate

December 7, 2010 Received Packet 3

December 8, 2010 Received Inverview Date

Interview Date: January 5, 2011 Vancouver

Approved February 8, 2011

Entered USA February 15, 2011

Married March 23, 2011

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Hey everyone!

I'm just wondering if my fiancee needs to fill out a DS-160 form prior to her interview for a fiancee visa?

The website clearly states:

"All non-immigrant visa (except Fiancee visa) applicants applying for visas at the U.S. Embassy or Consulates in Japan are required to complete the DS-160 online application form".

This seems to indicate that it is not necessary for the fiancee visa and I'm not even sure if the fiancee visa is classified as a non-immigrant visa.

However, in order to file the payment fee it is necessary to enter a code from a completed DS-160 form???

So it seems that they say not to do it but you have to to pay? Catch-22?

It's frustrating how difficult it is to find out what one needs to do and the lack of clear direction!

See bold above. Always read carefully and interpret literally.


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moving thread to:

US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

This is the place to post your experiences or questions related to this last step before moving to the US. Topics relating to I-134's, packets sent from consulate and medical & police certificates should be posted here.


YMMV

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See bold above. Always read carefully and interpret literally.

Thanks for your response. I did read that.. but.. doubted that it was valid. Today is our interview so I wanted to make sure all forms were filed out & not miss anything.

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Met online : August 18 2008

Met in person (Alberta Canada): June 19,2009

Met again (USA): December 10,2009

Mailed the package: June 30,2010

NOA1: July 8,2010

Touch: July 14,2010

NOA2: Nov. 19, 2010 Issued

NOA2: Nov. 27, 2010 Received Hard Copy

November 26, 2010 NVC forwarded case to Vancouver Consulate

November 29, 2010 Received at Vancouver Consulate

December 7, 2010 Received Packet 3

December 8, 2010 Received Inverview Date

Interview Date: January 5, 2011 Vancouver

Approved February 8, 2011

Entered USA February 15, 2011

Married March 23, 2011

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