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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia

Hi Guys!

I'm still waiting till NVC Receive my petition from USCIS, The notice date is June 16 and they still didn't receive it yet:( I'm really worried about that...

Anyways, I started to collect documents i will need to send to my fiancee for the interview.. I filled out I-134 form with the pay stubs and letter from my employer to support my evidence of sufficient income. I Filled out DS-156 and DS-156K forms, and im waiting till NVC receive my petition and send me the letter which will indicate all other documents i will need to send to my fiancee to Russia.

SHOULD I WAIT TILL I RECIEVE the letter from NVC or i should send everything NOW?

Other than that i have another question:

On this website, under What to send to your fiance(e) once the I-129F is approved (Receive NOA2):

it says:

1. A copy of the entire I-129f package (that you made when you sent the petition in) and a copy of information that you sent back due to an RFE (if you received one).

What if i didn't make a copy of all the documents i sent? is it necessary to send it? should i fill out these two forms (1. I-129F

2. G-325a) again and include it with everything i send?

Thank you very much!!!


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco

no u dont actually have to send that again, just maybe the proof of relationship copies would be good to send again, but they arent asking for the whole petition again cuz they should already have it. However u do need to make sure u brief your fiance on the things u did send in the petition. other than that, just send the documents they actually need. I pressume they have so many petitions to look through that they wouldnt need to look through one petition twice at the interview, they already know whats in the first set on documents.

Edited by abdelnish83

Filed I129F: 03/4/2011

Received by USCIS: 3/8/2011



Case# received from NVC: 07/1/2011.

got packet 3/4: Aug/4/2011

Interview: Sept 21st 2011

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada

VJ suggests to send the entire packet to the beneficiary so the beneficiary knows what is in the packet and what is written on the forms. Just one example, I seen it mentioned on here a couple of times that the interviewer will ask specific questions about the paperwork and especially about the "how you met" portion of the document. It seems they also like to ask questions regarding the photographs, where was this taken? Who took the picture? Things like that. So send your fiance everything you have made duplicates of and brief her on anything additional so she knows what was written.

The copy of the entire K1 packet is solely for the benefit of the beneficiary and not for the interviewer.

Met online - 12/2008

Met in Person 1st Time - 2/2009

Engaged - 12/2009

Filed I-129F - 3/27/11

Received Electronic NOA 1 - 4/7/11

NOA 2 - 6/29/11 (83 days from NOA 1)

RFE 8/15/11 (Needed proof that Fiancee is in Canada legally, Philippine citizen)

Packet 3 - 9/6/11

Packet 4 - Never Received

Interview 12/1/11

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