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Packet 3 and photos requirements for Vancouver Consulate

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Hi, it's me again.

I just received my packet 3 instructions and I am confused. I have a couple of questions, so please bare with me...

1- The only documents I am supposed to submit to the Vancouver Consulate is the 3 forms they needed right? DS-230, DS-156K and DS-156? Is this correct?

2- Also on the form DS-156K do I attach my birth certificate, evidence of financial support, and my police certificate?

3- I only have 3 passport pictures and I need 2 more but I don't want to pay again to get another set. Is there a solution to solve this problem?

4- One more thing, I am the beneficiary and I have been unemployed for years now but my fiance has been working at a stable job and has not be unemployed. Is this gonna be a problem for me and will it affect my K-1 Visa?

Please help.

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I am not sure if Vancouver and Montreal are more or less the same, but assuming they are:

2. Don't send in your birth certificate, evidence of financial support, police certificate. That will all be asked of you at the interview.

4. Your income does not matter. Nor does your unemployment. All they really care about is the USC being able to support you.

Hopefully others who have been through the Vancouver consulate can answer the other two questions. :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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What forms should be send back to the Consulate?

DS-230 Part 1

Checklist

both via fax

http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Canada&cty=Vancouver


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