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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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I just got my NOA2, and it said it was being sent to Bogota Colombia, i am excited but i thought i had another month to get things togeather, i need help from anyone whos been here before especially in Colombia, recently i have allot of questions.

1. becuase on the fourm it send it was being sent to Bogota, not NVC, do i need to call NVC.

2. the date it was mailed was july 5th, when should i attempt to contact bogota?

I have a question about the I-134 Affidavit, i am in the process of company letter and pay stubs, and bank letter is this all i need?

All i have our copies of my Tax return 1055, and 2555EZ from my CPA is that enough? or are offical tax transcrips required from IRS? Are these required at the embassy in Bogota for K-1 or just over kill?

Whats the interview like? can i go with my gal? will they let me in? any advice will help allot thank you.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I think all the NOA2 say they are forwarded to the respected embassies, but they will go to the NVC first. Mine said the same about going to Manila, but it did go to NVC for a case number assignment.


Visa K1 Journey

02-21-10 met online

04-13-10 visit for 21 days in Philippines

08-14-10 visit for 3 months in Philippines

11-01-10 filed K-1

11-06-10 NOA1 received

04-19-11 RFE received

04-21-11 RFE returned

05-04-11 NOA2

05-11-11 Received at NVC, case number assigned

05-13-11 Left NVC to the USEM

06-01-11 Set up interview with embassy

07-21-11 Approved!... with an additional document she needs to aquire.

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You must call NVC in 2 weeks for your BGT#

Emabassy Schedule k1 interview CR1 the NVC.

YOU MUST pais AOS fee and DS230 fee true NVC website

Remember 2 set of original document Requierments wit transalation

1st Set of original for NVC

2nd for interview

ALL Documents must be originals for the next 2 steps .

After you get all payments and cover barcode sheets from NVC together with your case number go to Embassy website every 15 and 20 oh the month and serach for you interview date .

You mus be extreamly Pro active on the next and finals step

Call , Print, Get official documents , Get packages of next documentation on the Websites , NAd please read , read and read as much as you can as you get tier of reading read some more .

All the best on your next steps

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia
Timeline

I just got my NOA2, and it said it was being sent to Bogota Colombia, i am excited but i thought i had another month to get things togeather, i need help from anyone whos been here before especially in Colombia, recently i have allot of questions.

1. becuase on the fourm it send it was being sent to Bogota, not NVC, do i need to call NVC.

2. the date it was mailed was july 5th, when should i attempt to contact bogota?

I have a question about the I-134 Affidavit, i am in the process of company letter and pay stubs, and bank letter is this all i need?

All i have our copies of my Tax return 1055, and 2555EZ from my CPA is that enough? or are offical tax transcrips required from IRS? Are these required at the embassy in Bogota for K-1 or just over kill?

Whats the interview like? can i go with my gal? will they let me in? any advice will help allot thank you.

You only need to call the NVC if you want to see if your K-1 packet has arrived (which takes about 3-4 days) then a few days later (2-3) call NVC again to see if the K-1 packet has been sent to Bogota. At that time ask them for the BGT# which should be BGT2011??????. Then when the packet arrives at the embassy (about 3days) e-mail them packet #3 which you can get on-line at the US Colombia Embassy site. Always use the BGT# when dealing with the embassy in Bogota.

I-134 you need a Company letter for each applicant applying for the visa and an I-134 for each applicant as well....so if she has a child the coming you need 2 letters and 2 I-134's. Tax returns and W-2's (you can use copies of the tax returns you filed with the IRS)for 3 years, last months bank statements 3 months is better.

Can you go with your gal.... the answer is yes or better yet hell yes you better. Though it is not a requirement you can pretty much figure with K-1 visas in Bogota if you do not go you increase your chances of them telling her for you to show up at a later date and putting your application on hold about 75% of the time. Before they did not tell you but this is what is now written in the K-1 appointment packet#4

"Your American fiancée is not required to be present at the interview, but the consular officer may recommend that they come to the Embassy for an additional interview at a future date." :yes:

The interview is nerve racking and takes most of the day waiting around. Get their at 545 and you may get out by noon. Don't get there after 600am. It's cold rainy and and Bogota is not cheap. Read the interviews about people's experiences on the forum....you shoud get and idea...there are a few from June posted. :thumbs:

Hope I helped..... :help::dance:

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12/27/10 NOA 1 hard copy received in Mail

12/31/10 USICS Notification on Website

05/04/11 2nd notice of Approval via website and text message! Thank you Jesus!

05/09/11 2nd notice I-797 hard copy arrives in mail.

05/11/11 NVC receives approved K-1 visa

05/13/11 NVC ships K-1 to Bogota

05/16/11 K-1 arrives at Embassy

05/18/11 E-mail Packet #3 to Embassy

07/28/11 Appointment scheduled at Embassy in Bogota. # Visa Approved #

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