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I filed I-129F petition for my fiance'e and got approval letter today. Now the case should be at NVC and they are going to ask me for different stuff. I was searching LingChe NVC ShortCut and going down the list; first one DS-3032. Where in the world am i supposed to get the barcode from? Should i print my own? should i wait for NVC to contact me?

One more thing; this DS-3032 has to be filled by beneficiary and i (Petitioner) do not have an attorney. Should she appoint me as an agent? Can she email me the scanned copy of the signed DS-3032? or it has to be snail mailed?

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Peru
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ummmm...i believe the LingChe nvc shortcut is a guide for CR1/IR1 visas, which wouldn't pertain to you as i believe you would be following the K-1 route...you might want to take a look in the K-1 forum....good luck

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I filed I-129F petition for my fiance'e and got approval letter today. Now the case should be at NVC and they are going to ask me for different stuff. I was searching LingChe NVC ShortCut and going down the list; first one DS-3032. Where in the world am i supposed to get the barcode from? Should i print my own? should i wait for NVC to contact me?

One more thing; this DS-3032 has to be filled by beneficiary and i (Petitioner) do not have an attorney. Should she appoint me as an agent? Can she email me the scanned copy of the signed DS-3032? or it has to be snail mailed?

You may want to check in your regional forum. The LingChe shortcut does not apply for your visa type. Although your package will go to the NVC, it will not stay there for long, nor will you send any documents to NVC. It will almost immediately be forwarded to the consulate in the beneficiaries country.


11/15/10: I-130 package FEDEX'd to Chicago Lockbox

11/15/10: NSO Marriage and Birth Certificates available for pick-up at NSO

11/17/10: Receipt Date of I-130 petition at Chicago Lockbox

11/19/10: NSO Marriage Cert and Birth Cert (4x each) received by Gina in Philippines

11/19/10: CRBA package couriered to US Embassy in Manila

11/22/10: CRBA package/application including NSO BC & MC received by embassy

11/22/10: NOA1 Date

11/24/10: Electronic notification of receipt received from Chicago Lockbox

11/24/10: Embassy scheduled CRBA appointment for 12/21/2010

11/26/20: Check cashed

11/27/10: NOA1 Hardcopy received via USPS

12/21/10: Interview/Personal appearance at Manila Embassy for CRBA **approved**

01/03/11: CRBA and US Passport for daughter received by Gina via FEDEX

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