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i have a question, does the I-134 Package should be send to NVC?

No. You are posting in the K3 visa forum but are on a CR1 visa path. For the CR1 visa, the I-864, not the I-134 will eventually be sent to NVC but only after paying the $70 fee and printing or receiving the AOS cover sheet.


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No. You are posting in the K3 visa forum but are on a CR1 visa path. For the CR1 visa, the I-864, not the I-134 will eventually be sent to NVC but only after paying the $70 fee and printing or receiving the AOS cover sheet.

That is for my friend. im helping her. she is on K# not me. sorry.. so the I134 no need to send to NVC? she will bring it in her interview?

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That is for my friend. im helping her. she is on K# not me. sorry.. so the I134 no need to send to NVC? she will bring it in her interview?

That's correct. If she actually has a K3 interview, the I-134 is generally carried to the interview but some countries ask for it to be sent to the Consulate before the interview. In no case is an I-134 sent to NVC.


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With regards to that, what are other additional documents needed during the interview for K3?

All is listed in her information packet received from the consulate


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Here is an updated list of what K3/K4 visa applicants need to present at the U.S. Embassy Manila:

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwfk3en.pdf

Hope this helps. This is the same list of requirements you will receive when your case has been documentarily qualified by the U.S. Embassy and instructed to schedule an interview appointment and prepare the forms and documents needed.


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With regards to that, what are other additional documents needed during the interview for K3?

The answer has been given but bear in mind that YOU will not be interviewing for any K3 visa, so the information does not apply to you. If you have an interview, it will be for CR1 or IR1, not K3. You really need to be studying the CR1 guide and asking questions in the CR1 forum for anything to do with your case. K3 is a dead issue to you.


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