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hey guys. i'm still waiting for the confirmation "PAID" online for the aos and iv bill. so once its paid i can go ahead and send the ds230 and 1-864 right? should i send it separately or in the same envelope. thanks!

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Be sure to use the cover sheets that you can print form the NVC web site once it shows paid

thanks for the quick reply!God bless.

Soon as it shows paid, go ahead and send.. I sent via USPS priority mail.. I had 2 folders in one USPS package..One marked ds230 and one marked AOS I-864

thank you so much

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Be sure to use the cover sheets that you can print form the NVC web site once it shows paid

hi magical, i have another question. it sounds so stupid but i already have the DS230 sent by my husband (with part 1 signed) but what i received was a form crumpled in the middle(the second page). It makes me think if I will get an RFE for the form. Knowing he still has to send it to me via fed ex from the philippines which will take 4 days. Will NVC not approve a crumpled paper? It doesnt look that bad but its really obvious.

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Hard to say on the docs--if it is pretty bad, they will probably reject it, so keep your fingers crossed.

And, Need--don't listen to your lawyer--you can send the info as soon as you have the cover sheets, but since you are using a lawyer, he will do things on this timescale--not yours, so unless you really lean on him, you are waiting a month.

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Hard to say on the docs--if it is pretty bad, they will probably reject it, so keep your fingers crossed.

And, Need--don't listen to your lawyer--you can send the info as soon as you have the cover sheets, but since you are using a lawyer, he will do things on this timescale--not yours, so unless you really lean on him, you are waiting a month.

i have one more question on DS230 form item # 33. in what occupation fo you intend to work in the US? what do we write down?- any job available?knwowing the recession in the US right now. thanks again,

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i have one more question on DS230 form item # 33. in what occupation fo you intend to work in the US? what do we write down?- any job available?knwowing the recession in the US right now. thanks again,

I put "unknown" and had no issues at all.


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