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DS 156 'auto generated' form?

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Dug this up tonight: https://evisaforms.state.gov/ds156.asp

Anyone use this? Seems to autogenerate the barcode and everything...


July 11th, 2006--------------------Mailed I 129-F (new version w/ IMBRA info) to NCS

July 14th, 2006 -------------------Received NOA-1

July 26th, 2006--------------------Touched

Sept 19th, 2006-------------------APPROVAL NOTIFICATION

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looks good-

I downloaded the forms from visa pro.............filled them in & then mailed them off to my man.

God I don't know what he would do without me :whistle::lol:


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For the ds-156 form, the Manila embassy website actually states in is instructions that the bar-code is required on all incoming ds-156 forms, well at least for k-1 visas.

But did you know his: There is now a new DS-156 form dated 2006? I still have not been able to find that one on a link yet. Even the Department of State (hence the DS in DS-156) does not have the new form yet.

A friend told me that his fiancé got the new form in a recent K-packet. According to the Embassy, it is still OK to use the old form. (For now)

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We did! It worked out fine... We will submit the barcode and if they accept it... great... if not... whatever. Cheers!!! - Sheriff Uling


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But did you know his: There is now a new DS-156 form dated 2006? I still have not been able to find that one on a link yet. Even the Department of State (hence the DS in DS-156) does not have the new form yet.

This one expires in 2007: https://evisaforms.state.gov/ds156.asp

It's the same one posted and required by the consulate in Mexico after November 1, 2006 and appears to be the most up to date. Worked fine for me.

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