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What do I need to do after NOA1 is received?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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I have recently received my NOA1. Now, according to the process flowchart here, Julia (my fiancée) and I need to begin gathering documents that will be required at the Frankfurt Consulate once they have received our approved petition. I am uncertain, however, of what exact documents are needed on her side. I can see on the K-1 Guide that I can gather certain documents to send to Julia (e.g. a copy of the I-129F packet, etc), but what can she be doing in the meantime to keep this thing going smoothly? Are there not different requirements for the different consulates worldwide?

Thanks for your help!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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moving thread to:

US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

This is the place to post your experiences or questions related to this last step before moving to the US. Topics relating to I-134's, packets sent from consulate and medical & police certificates should be posted here.


YMMV

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Filed: Country: Nigeria
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NOA 1 does not mean much ...only tells you your mail has been received and gives you your case number. All you can do now is wait for your NOA 2, which should notify you your petition is approved. You have to be approved first before you can continue to the next stage.

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I have recently received my NOA1. Now, according to the process flowchart here, Julia (my fiancée) and I need to begin gathering documents that will be required at the Frankfurt Consulate once they have received our approved petition. I am uncertain, however, of what exact documents are needed on her side. I can see on the K-1 Guide that I can gather certain documents to send to Julia (e.g. a copy of the I-129F packet, etc), but what can she be doing in the meantime to keep this thing going smoothly? Are there not different requirements for the different consulates worldwide?

Thanks for your help!

Dont do anything until you can get your NOA2. Its frustrating but its the way it is. You will have to wait.

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