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Hi, I'm trying to be ahead of the game and prepare little early for the NVC process , hoping I can gain some time.So, for the the police certificate, and a birth certificate,just wondering if NVC cares about the dates of these documents, if so, what's the valid period, I heard 3 moths, and 6 months. Would someone from Morocco who went through this process let me know please.

Thanks for any help, and good luck to all, regards.

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Hi, I'm trying to be ahead of the game and prepare little early for the NVC process , hoping I can gain some time.So, for the the police certificate, and a birth certificate,just wondering if NVC cares about the dates of these documents, if so, what's the valid period, I heard 3 moths, and 6 months. Would someone from Morocco who went through this process let me know please.

Thanks for any help, and good luck to all, regards.

absolutly they care about the dates of the civil documents

the valid period of birth certificate is 3 mos and the police certificate is more than 3 mos

i think 4 to 5 mos

good luck

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Hi, I'm trying to be ahead of the game and prepare little early for the NVC process , hoping I can gain some time.So, for the the police certificate, and a birth certificate,just wondering if NVC cares about the dates of these documents, if so, what's the valid period, I heard 3 moths, and 6 months. Would someone from Morocco who went through this process let me know please.

Thanks for any help, and good luck to all, regards.

My husband went one month before the interview to get all his records in Casablanca. They all expire in 3 months. It takes less than 2 weeks to get the police records (from police station), judiciary/court record (from court, birth certificate (original-green one) and make sure all of these are translated into English by a CERTIFIED translator. The cost of translating the documents was around 120 dirhams. Hope this helps.

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My husband went one month before the interview to get all his records in Casablanca. They all expire in 3 months. It takes less than 2 weeks to get the police records (from police station), judiciary/court record (from court, birth certificate (original-green one) and make sure all of these are translated into English by a CERTIFIED translator. The cost of translating the documents was around 120 dirhams. Hope this helps.

Thank you both for your replies. I got my NOA1 in Jan 20th, and I'm not sure of course when I may get NOA2, so I was thinking to ask my wife to send me those documents ( let's say mid May ) so I can send them to NVC, meanwhile I don't want them to get expired by the time of her interview.

Also is it a good idea to send more supporting documents like more pictures, Affidavit letters of supports from friends and family ...etc to the NVC, or it's better just to wait till we get to the interview.

Thanks again for your help.

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Wait for the interview. NVC, does not want anything other than what they specificly ask for. Honestly, I would wait till you have the NOA2, before gathering birth certificate, police record, all records with the exception of marriage certificate. We tried to be a head of the game and have everything ready by the time of the NOA2, and bit us in the butt. We were approved after a total of 9 monthes, so we had to get all new documents and translations. A waste of tiem and money for the first set. We still had plenty of time from the time of the NOA2 to get all the documents and translated before NVC wanted them.

Hope this helps. :)


Timeline

06/27/2007 - We met online

04/29/2010 - Went to Morocco to visit Rachid

05/07/2010 - Married

06/15/2010 - I-130 Sent to Chicago Lockbox

06/17/2010 - I-130 Packet Delivered, signed for by L. BOX

06/22/2010 - NOA1 issued and mailed

06/24/2010 - Cheque Cashed ($355)

06/25/2010 - Received NOA 1 in mail

06/29/2010 - Touched

06/30/2010 - Touched :)

08/03/2010 - Touched :)

10/07/2010 - Touched :)

01/26/2011 - RFE

02/08/2011 - Sent USCIS our RFE

02/10/2011 - USCIS Received the RFE

03/22/2011 - NOA2!!!!!!!!

03/28/2011 - NVC received our Petition

04/05/2011 - NVC Case Number Given

04/07/2011 - Paid AOS

04/16/2011 - Paid IV

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Yep I agree, wait for the interview and continue to gather all the evidence over the next few months and then have her send them to you when you know about your interview date. We did a K1 visa and it only took 6 months from start to finish basically, with a CR1 its a little longer process to go through.

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Yep I agree, wait for the interview and continue to gather all the evidence over the next few months and then have her send them to you when you know about your interview date. We did a K1 visa and it only took 6 months from start to finish basically, with a CR1 its a little longer process to go through.

Thanks a lot, I really appreciate your replies, I guess I'll just wait.

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