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Package 3 and DS 230 Qu. 30

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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So, yayay, I received Package 3 today :). I have been looking through the guides, consulate website and forms, but I have two more questions:

1. DS-230I, Qu. 30: "Places you have lived for at least 6 months since 16"

Do I include my 12 months in the US on J-1 (aupair) and my 2.5 years in the US on F-1? Or does the question not pertain to residency but generally to places I have lived?

2. "DS-230"

Do I just send in part I or both I and II? The checklist says only I, but Step 2 on the Consulate website says "DS-230"

3. "DS-156K"

This form requires BC, PC and evidence of relationship + affidavit of support. Do I understand it right that I ONLY send in the forms and bring ALL evidence and supplementary docs to the interview??

4. Is there anything else in need to send in besides the forms DS-320, DS-156K and DS-156? Everything else follows later, right?

Thank you SO much, guys!! :)

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K1 Timeline

Jan 2005: we first met and started dating

03/11/2010: I-129F sent

04/29/2010: touched and NOA2

05/17/2010: Consulate Frankfurt

05/19/2010: Package 3 received

07/02/2010: Packet 4 received

07/07/2010: Medical Exam in Munich

07/21/2010: Visa interview in Frankfurt - APPROVED

11/28/2010: POE

12/27/2010: Wedding

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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1) Yes, you need to include the Au pair job and the student living time. You do not need to get a police certificate from the US for that time though. The Embassy/Consulate has their ways to get this information.

2) If it is a K-1, then you only need Part I

3) This and question 4 are Consulate/Embassy dependent. If you did not receive more specific instructions in Packet 3, then you should follow the instructions on the web site. Generally, you are correct in that you send in the originals or copies of the forms, and bring your docs and other evidence to the interview. If you send in copies of your forms, which is what my Embassy recommends, then you need to bring the originals to the interview.

4) You should send a copy of your Birth Certificate and a copy of the name page and photo from your passport. Whether they ask for it or not. Your Embassy or COnsulate does not require DS-157 ??? That is possible because a few do not request it. You should double check.

I would include a copy of the I-134 and evidence copies. This way they can check-it before the interview.

For the interview bring originals of Birth Certificate, your USC fiance(e)'s docs like BC and Divorce Decree. Bring the original of any forms like the I-134 and all the evidence originals. They probably won't ask but they can ask for any of that.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
Timeline

Awesome! Thank you so much for your help!


K1 Timeline

Jan 2005: we first met and started dating

03/11/2010: I-129F sent

04/29/2010: touched and NOA2

05/17/2010: Consulate Frankfurt

05/19/2010: Package 3 received

07/02/2010: Packet 4 received

07/07/2010: Medical Exam in Munich

07/21/2010: Visa interview in Frankfurt - APPROVED

11/28/2010: POE

12/27/2010: Wedding

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