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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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I will be leaving at the end of this month to spend a week with my fiance and her parents in Shanghai. This will be my 2nd visit there. In addition to photos of us together and with her parents, can anyone tell me anything else that I should do or bring with..or have her sign while I am there?

Upon my return, I will be submitting our K-1 application.

Thanks in advance!

Bill

St.Pete, Florida


Met on line: 7-4-2007

Sent petition to Vermont Service Center on 8-11-2010

NOA1 VSC 8-27-10

NOA2 VSC 2-7-11

Interview 5-12-11

Approved 5-12-11

POE: LA/6-15-2011

Married 8-26-2011

AOS: Submitted 10-7-2011

AOS Interview: 2-23-2012 Approved

Green Card Recvd: 2-28-2012

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Hi Bill!

I think you have covered the basics of things which cannot be fixed with mail. Be sure to keep all of your travel documents, as they provide primary proof of having met in person.

If you're interested in not having to mail anything after you leave, then you can download and print out all of the K-1 forms, or, fill them out together while you are there, then print them out and have her sign them so you can carry them back with you when you return to the US. Alternatively, if you don't think you'll have that much time, just print them out (extra copies in case of mistake!) and have her sign the blank forms then she can help you fill them out over the phone when you get home. Don't forget the letter of intent.

I think you should consider taking a jaunt on down to the China regional forum, and make sure that you get any advice about what extra things the recommend you put into your petition packet, because your embassy might have different things which make the process go more smoothly.


K-1:

January 28, 2009: NOA1

June 4, 2009: Interview - APPROVED!!!

October 11, 2009: Wedding

AOS:

December 23, 2009: NOA1!

January 22, 2010: Bogus RFE corrected through congressional inquiry "EAD waiting on biometrics only" Read about it here.

March 15, 2010: AOS interview - RFE for I-693 vaccination supplement - CS signed part 6!

March 27, 2010: Green Card recieved

ROC:

March 1, 2012: Mailed ROC package

March 7, 2012: Tracking says "notice left"...after a phone call to post office.

More detailed time line in profile.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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A G-325A form - for her signature.

Now's a GREAT TIME to review http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

and print yer forms, study them a bit.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

Hi Bill!

I think you have covered the basics of things which cannot be fixed with mail. Be sure to keep all of your travel documents, as they provide primary proof of having met in person.

If you're interested in not having to mail anything after you leave, then you can download and print out all of the K-1 forms, or, fill them out together while you are there, then print them out and have her sign them so you can carry them back with you when you return to the US. Alternatively, if you don't think you'll have that much time, just print them out (extra copies in case of mistake!) and have her sign the blank forms then she can help you fill them out over the phone when you get home. Don't forget the letter of intent.

I think you should consider taking a jaunt on down to the China regional forum, and make sure that you get any advice about what extra things the recommend you put into your petition packet, because your embassy might have different things which make the process go more smoothly.

Thank you for your response - very helpful! Bill

A G-325A form - for her signature.

Now's a GREAT TIME to review http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

and print yer forms, study them a bit.

Thank you very much - I'll do what you suggest. Bill


Met on line: 7-4-2007

Sent petition to Vermont Service Center on 8-11-2010

NOA1 VSC 8-27-10

NOA2 VSC 2-7-11

Interview 5-12-11

Approved 5-12-11

POE: LA/6-15-2011

Married 8-26-2011

AOS: Submitted 10-7-2011

AOS Interview: 2-23-2012 Approved

Green Card Recvd: 2-28-2012

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Start preparing all of your front loading materials. :thumbs:


Nov 6, 2009: "I had breakfast in Korea, lunch in Shanghai, and dinner in Chongqing...now I just need to find a squat toilet..."

K1 completion: 03-10-2010, PINK!!!(well..it's orangish)
POE: Chicago/ORD 05-21-2010
Married: 05-26-2010
AOS completion: 10-28-2010
ROC completion: 05-16-2013

Naturalized: 11-21-2014

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