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Question about interview at bogota's U.S. embassy

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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Can anyone help me...i'm kind of confused. I've filled the I-864 package and sent it to the NVC. I'm gathering info about the interview in the U.S. embassy in bogota web page and it says that every applicant should fill out the I-134 at the embassy. Do i have to fill out the I-134 even though i filled the I-864???


Edwin A Rodriguez

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Can anyone help me...i'm kind of confused. I've filled the I-864 package and sent it to the NVC. I'm gathering info about the interview in the U.S. embassy in bogota web page and it says that every applicant should fill out the I-134 at the embassy. Do i have to fill out the I-134 even though i filled the I-864???

Are you sure you re lookign at the right form. I think I-134 are for K1 visas. check this link out

http://bogota.usembassy.gov/root/pdfs/consular/ivpkt4appointmentapril2011english.pdf


USCIS
11/12/2010 Marriage in Colombia
12/13/2010 I-130 Sent
12/14/2010 NOA1
01/07/2011 Touched
04/27/2011 NOA2
05/02/2011 NOA 2 Hard Copy Received


NVC
05/02/2011 NVC Received
05/09/2011 NVC Case # Assigned
05/10/2011 AOS Bill Paid
05/10/2011 DS 3032 Email sent
05/11/2011 DS 3032 Email confirmation from NVC
05/14/2011 AOS Package sent
05/16/2011 AOS Package received at NVC
06/02/2011 IV Bill Paid
06/04/2011 DS 230 Package sent
06/06/2011 DS 230 Package received at NVC
06/15/2011 SIF - NVC Case complete
08/22/2011 Interview & Approval
08/27/2011 Passports and Sealed envelope delivered


USA
09/08/2011 POE Miami
09/19/2011 Welcome letter
09/26/2011 Green card in the mail

USCIS

09/05/2013 I-751 Sent

09/12/2013 NOA Dated 09/06/2013

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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Much of the information in the embassy section is just scattered information provided by different people with different situations, not to mention much of it is years old, so it is very easy to misinterpret. However, the section on personal experiences at the interview is invaluable.

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