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Since I have to file 4 ds-3032's (Wife/3 kids), is it ok to use the same email address for each beneficiary?? Since the kids do not have their own i was going to use their moms email for all 4, so just wanted to get feedback if this would cause a problem for them if one email address shows up in their system 4 times?


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China

yes, that's ok. Wife/Mum can sign the DS-3032's, as well, on behalf of her children.

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Hi Darnell:

Maybe i'm confused...if i give email address information to NVC, we can then file the DS-3032 letter by email, and NOT send in the actual form, correct?? So thats why i asked if I give NVC the same email address for all 4 beneficiaries/files if that would confuse the issue for NVC at any point. Let me know if im incorrect on the email letter.


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Each case has there own case number. I used my email for myself and my 2 kids and NVC kept it straight.

Removal of Conditions: 12/09/2011

ROC check cashed 12/15/11

NOA1 12/13/11

Biometrics 1/6/12 Complete

RFE 9/13/12

RFE package sent back 10/17/12

Card Production Ordered 12/04/12

10 year card arrived in mail 12/10/12

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