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Confusion interview in Paris or in Kiev? :O

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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HI all! I was thinking we were all set up, waiting for our Package 3 from the embassy in Paris. We got NVC notice with our case number telling our interview was set to be in Paris. On the K-1 petition we ask for it to be in Kiev as we did not know where my fiance was going to be at a future time. Today fiance gets a call from his mother, telling they got a letter from the embassy in Kiev. Telling a list of documents he needs to fill and where to do his medical (in Kiev), but still case number is starting with PRS not KIV. I am totally confused :help:

Ok I think first step should be to contact embassy in Kiev to see if they really have our papers. :blush:


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Ok I think first step should be to contact embassy in Kiev to see if they really have our papers. :blush:

You could contact the embassy if you want, but it sounds to me like everything is on track. Your case number most likely will not change, even if the interview location does. It's just a tracking number, I wouldn't worry about it.

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I would send the same letter to both the Kiev and Paris embassies. Make sure your reference the case number and state your confusion. One or both embassies should give your proper direction.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Just got a replay from Kiev. The have our petition and all in in order. So interview officially in Kiev! :dance: I am excited to see fiance family again, and this time papa is going to meet them, is going to be an adventure :innocent:


Uniting for Ukraine

1-134 submitted - 4/25/2022

I-134 approved - 4/29/2022

Email received by beneficiary - 5/4/2022

Beneficiary submits data to USCBP - 5/4/2022

Received information about travel authorization from USCBP - 

 

K-1 10-07-10
AOS  07-14-11 

01-01-12 Bye Bye USA, we move to Germany, job related move

L-1 Visa 09-02-2016

AOS

04-25-17 Filed AOS

04-27-17 NOA

05-01-17 Bio App

05-10-17 RFE

10-04-17 Interview

10-10-17 Approval letter

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