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Hey everyone!

Right fiancée and i are in the process of applying for a visa to the US, where I am from.

He was just sent a letter from the US embassy regards forms that he must complete and send back. However we are slightly confused.

The forms we have completed easily but on the DS156K it says to include documents such as birth certificate, police certificate and evidence of engagement. Online it says to complete the forms and send back asap, and then to gather all the documents for the interview and make your medical appointment. Then to send them notification of readiness when we have all of those things gathered to receive an interview date.

Now we are confused in if we need to include the documents listed on the DS156k now, or do they just need them at the interview date??? Or Both??

Please help! massively confused!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hey everyone!

Right fiancée and i are in the process of applying for a visa to the US, where I am from.

He was just sent a letter from the US embassy regards forms that he must complete and send back. However we are slightly confused.

The forms we have completed easily but on the DS156K it says to include documents such as birth certificate, police certificate and evidence of engagement. Online it says to complete the forms and send back asap, and then to gather all the documents for the interview and make your medical appointment. Then to send them notification of readiness when we have all of those things gathered to receive an interview date.

Now we are confused in if we need to include the documents listed on the DS156k now, or do they just need them at the interview date??? Or Both??

Please help! massively confused!!

Just send in the forms listed on the embassy website. Keep your original stuff (birth certificate police check, etc) for the interview. be sure to bring your police cert to the medical also. They will want to see it. Good luck!!

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