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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Australia
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My fiancee and I are getting ready for the interview and have almost everything put together. We do, however, have a concern about original documents. We are going to be sending over bank statements and cell phone bills but I have recently gone paperless. The Cell and bank websites allow the statements/bills to be printed directly from the website. Now would those be considered originals?


K-1 Visa

Engaged 25/01/2011

I-129F sent 25/02/2011

NOA1 received 02/03/2011

NOA2 received 31/05/2011

Medical completed 14/06/2011

NVC received petition 21/06/2011

Petition arrived at SYD consulate 28/06/2011

Packet 3 (via email) received 28/06/2011

Packet 3 sent to consulate 18/07/2011

Packet 3 received by consulate 19/07/2011

Packet 4 received (via email) 20/07/2011

Interview date 09/08/2011

Interview PASSED! 9/08/2011

Visa received 17/08/2011

Flight booked 1/11/2011

POE 1/11/2011

AOS - EAD - AP

Date filed: 9/03/2012

NOA: 13/03/2012

Bio appointment: 04/04/2012

Interview: 19/06/2012

EAD and AP card received: 10/05/2012

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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My fiancee and I are getting ready for the interview and have almost everything put together. We do, however, have a concern about original documents. We are going to be sending over bank statements and cell phone bills but I have recently gone paperless. The Cell and bank websites allow the statements/bills to be printed directly from the website. Now would those be considered originals?

Chloe if you have access to his account you can print off the statements yourself but all you need is a letter from the bank stating account and date opened from his bank on letter head . My husband emailed all those to me as well as sent them so I had copies.Have you been asked for cell records? You only need to take to the interview what is requested of you nothing more.


Divorced !st November 2012.

Married only 2 years 1 month

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