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Im finishing up ivys papers to send her for her interview.

Heres what all i got

the copies of the k1 pettion i sent to vermont.

the i-134

the letter of intent to marry

pictures of us in manila

employment letter

tax transripts

bank statements

zoom receipts

my divore papers

copies of noa1 and 2

manila case number letter

yahoo chat logs

phone bills

is there anything im forgetting??????

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I sent copies of the boarding passes. Have you mailed/ given her any hand written or greeting cards?

I am doing CR-1 so don't know if you need those or not.


April 24, 2010: Married in Butuan City
May 23, 2010: Submitted I-130
May 28, 2010: NOA-1 Received
October 19, 2010: NOA-2 Received
October 26, 2010: Case Number Assigned
October 28, 2010: IIN Received
November 3, 2010: AOS paid
November 5, 2010: AOS status "PAID". Sent AOS packet
November 6, 2010: DS-3032 email received. Emailed DS-3032
November 8, 2010: IV paid, DS-3032 accepted
November 10, 2010: IV status "PAID". Sent IV packet
November 15, 2010: IV received at NVC
November 22, 2010: False Checklist for missing DS-230
November 29, 2010: AOS + IV entered into system
December 4, 2010: SIF, Case Completed
December 6, 2010: Interview Scheduled
December 27-28, 2010: Passed Physical
January 6, 2011: Interview @ 0830 Approved
January 14, 2011: Visa received
January 31, 2011: CFO seminar completed
February 11, 2011: POE- LAX

Removal of Conditions
January 8, 2013: Mailed I-751
January 10,2013: NOA1
February 6, 2013: Biometrics Appoint.

June 4, 2013: Received I-797 NOA removal of conditions
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Ordinarily he was insane, but he had lucid moments when he was merely stupid.

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I'm finishing up ivy's papers to send her for her interview.

Heres what I have so far:

the copies of the k1 pettion i sent to vermont.

I sent my then-fiancée a near-exact copy of my entire K-1 packet. The only difference was that all of the receipts and boarding passes, etc. were originals rather than copies.

the i-134

the letter of intent to marry

I added an updated letter of intent to marry.

pictures of us in manila

employment letter

tax transcripts

I also sent income tax returns from the past three years.

bank statements

zoom receipts

my divorce papers

copies of noa1 and 2

manila case number letter

yahoo chat logs

phone bills

is there anything im forgetting??????

You will definitely need to send her several current paycheck stubs.

Good luck! :star:


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