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Hi there! I finally have my Montreal interview tomorrow at 8am, well my husband officially but I am coming along...plus I was the one that did all of the paperwork! I has a question though, are they going to ask for paper copies of things that were processed electronically? Because we did electronic processing and filled out many things online only I do not had copies. Do I need to get them? Thank you!


USCIS

07/06/10: Package Sent to Chicago Lockbox

07/07/10: Package Received

07/17/10: NOA1

07/26/10: Touched

11/03/10: Case Transferred to TSC

11/30/10: Touched! FINALLY

12/01/10: Touched, AGAIN!

12/02/10: Touched, YET AGAIN!

12/03/10: TOUCHED!

02/14/11:I-130 Approved Happy Valentines Day!

Case was approved in 212 days

NVC

02/18/11: Received NVC Case number

02/20/11: Optin email sent

02/22/11:Submitted DS-261 (Choice of Agent)

02/23/11: AOS invoiced and paid

02/25/11: AOS I-864 Emailed to NVC

03/02/11: IV Bill generated & Paid!

03/08/11: Optin Accepted

03/17/11: DS-260 completed

03/24/11: DS-260 Supporting Documents emailed

03/24/11: Emailed my I-864 AGAIN because NVC is saying they did not receive it.

04/08/11: NVC robot says they are "Awaiting my Biographic Data" which I assume means they reviewed my I-864

04/11/11: NVC is saying I am missing info, that I did not send in all my documents.

04.14.11: NVC is saying i never emailed anything. I contacted my senate office, who is getting things handled for me at NVC.

05.12.11: OMG SIF!

07.11.11-INTERVIEW DATE!

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Hi there! I finally have my Montreal interview tomorrow at 8am, well my husband officially but I am coming along...plus I was the one that did all of the paperwork! I has a question though, are they going to ask for paper copies of things that were processed electronically? Because we did electronic processing and filled out many things online only I do not had copies. Do I need to get them? Thank you!

They're going to ask you for the original AOS package, as well as the original/certified copy of the beneficiary's birth certificate, your original/certified copy marriage certificate, and the original certificate. As well as the basics: interview letter, passport, 2 passport pictures, and medical results. They're also gonna ask you to fill out the DS-230 when you get there (unless they've finally gotten used to the new, online system). I'd suggest preparing one ahead of time to save a lot of time.

It's always suggested to bring copies of EVERYTHING you've submitted, but if you don't have it, then you don't have it. But the above that is listed is mandatory.

Good luck at the interview tomorrow!

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