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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Hi all -

Good Luck to all who have interviews coming up; i envy you!

My question i guess is 2 fold - perhaps minor, but i am in a bit of a panic mode here!

#1. I used blue ink to fill out all the forms...156-156k etc., i dont remember reading it had to be done in black ink like the i-129f...issue?

#2. for the schooling section - i left it blank...i know...shouldd have known better...but ...i thought they only meant for secondary which i dont have any so...

my question is: what will happen...will montreal return it to me or is this something that can be rectified at the interview...or perhaps i should send them another biographic information...helpppppppppppppppppppppp

thanks all - everyones input is always much appreciated....have a good day all.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Hi all -

Good Luck to all who have interviews coming up; i envy you!

My question i guess is 2 fold - perhaps minor, but i am in a bit of a panic mode here!

#1. I used blue ink to fill out all the forms...156-156k etc., i dont remember reading it had to be done in black ink like the i-129f...issue?

#2. for the schooling section - i left it blank...i know...shouldd have known better...but ...i thought they only meant for secondary which i dont have any so...

my question is: what will happen...will montreal return it to me or is this something that can be rectified at the interview...or perhaps i should send them another biographic information...helpppppppppppppppppppppp

thanks all - everyones input is always much appreciated....have a good day all.

I'm not sure if the blue ink matters or not. Highly unlikely they would return it because of that. As for the schooling, they do ask you if the forms are correct when you are there. At that point you could mention the schooling and if you need to fill it in or not.


K-1 Journey

04/30/2009 - I-129F sent to VSC

03/30/2010 - Interview @ MTL APPROVED!

04/13/2010 - POE @ Pearson International

05/23/2010 - WEDDING

AOS Journey

07/20/2010 - AOS/AP/EAD Sent

07/21/2010 - package received at Chicago

07/28/2010 - check cashed

07/30/2010 - received NOA1 in mail

08/01/2010 - received biometrics letter

08/20/2010 - walk in biometrics completed

08/23/2010 - finally entered into USCIS online -AP's touched on Aug11 and EAD and AOS touched on Aug20 08/30/2010 - AOS/EAD touched

09/09/2010 - AP approved (email notice)

09/13/2010 - Received email that EAD was approved on Sept 10

10/04/2010 - Received interview letter in Mail

11/09/2010 - Interview-APPROVED! 112 days

11/09/2010 - Card Production 11/22/2010 - Green Card received

ROC Journey

08/11/2012 - Eligible to file for ROC10/11/2012 - sent in I-751 (late)10/16/2012 - received NOA 11/20/2012 - biometrics

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Wait, maybe I am missing something, but I don't see where it says to use black ink on the I-129F. I used blue ink on all my forms. Is this gonna be a problem for me?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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It asks for black on packet 3... but ya I doubt they'll send it back! Who knows. To me it makes more sense to use blue because it's less obviously a photocopy.

QUESTION: I have filled it out and am confused what to do about one question on DS-230 #35... list all previous visits or residence to the US, give type of visa status. So I've been to the US like over 50 times in my life. Couldn't tell you all the dates. What do I do? On my DS-160 I listed my last 5 visits.


See profile for our K-1 Visa/AOS story from 2010-2011Apparently we love USCIS/NVC so much we left and are doing it again! This time giving IR-1 a whirl. Rock on immigrators.

07/09/2014 sent in IR-1 packet to Chicago Lockbox

07/16/2014 NOA1

07/17/2014 check cashed by USCIS

10/01/2014 found out we are expecting baby #2 June 2015!

12/15/2014 NOA2

12/30/2014 Case received by NVC

03/23/2015 Received Case and Inv # from NVC after many calls and bogus excuses.

03/24/2015 AOS payment accepted by NVC

04/09/2015 IV payment finally accepted by NVC after the set the wrong fee and took weeks to correct it.

*many more delays thanks to the agency processing my fingers prints to the RCMP and the post office losing our mail*

05/20/2015 Packet sent to NVC via UPS, eta May 28.

06/16/2015 Baby #2 due - homebirth in Scottsdale, AZ

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Tater&#######:

I've just finished filling out the DS-230. On the form I put the last few dates I visited the U.S. Then in an attached "Supplement to DS-230 - Visits to the U.S." I explained that there were several other cross border day trips for shopping, for which I had not kept any records. I also stated that to the best of my knowledge those were the only other visits other than those listed directly on the form.

I believe others here on VJ have done the same thing, since the form does not allow enough space for some people to include ALL of their visits. Perhaps others can tell you their experiences with that, since I haven't actually sent in my form yet and I'd be interested to know as well.

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