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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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I'm a U.S citizen currently living in the U.S, I'm the petitioner, I filed all the paper work with the NVC(I-864, DS230 PART 1, W-2, EMPLOYMENT ETC) The case jut got send to the embasy but I forGot to make copies of the I-864 and the ds 230, am I in trouble, does my wife need to take that when she goes for the inerview? This is the consulate in chennai, India. I'm very nervous.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Relax you should be fine. I know when my husband did his interview he had copies of all documents and they did not ask for any of that. They were only interested in pictures and other evidence we did not submit stateside and they really just glanced at our photos and asked questions and they put him on AP. That is customary from the Islamabad embassy and men coming from ME/Asian/Africian countries.

When our case went to the embassy they sent our packet 3.5 and it did request police reports, medical and information on how to get it and the I-864 as well. If the I-864 was submitted stateside all you have to do is write a cover letter to return with the packet and state that you already submitted it to NVC. Packet 4 was our interivew letter.

Good luck.

Mary


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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santoshaparna

Relax you should be fine. I know when my husband did his interview he had copies of all documents and they did not ask for any of that. They were only interested in pictures and other evidence we did not submit stateside and they really just glanced at our photos and asked questions and they put him on AP. That is customary from the Islamabad embassy and men coming from ME/Asian/Africian countries.

When our case went to the embassy they sent our packet 3.5 and it did request police reports, medical and information on how to get it and the I-864 as well. If the I-864 was submitted stateside all you have to do is write a cover letter to return with the packet and state that you already submitted it to NVC. Packet 4 was our interivew letter.

Good luck.

Mary

Thank you very much for the info.

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I'm a U.S citizen currently living in the U.S, I'm the petitioner, I filed all the paper work with the NVC(I-864, DS230 PART 1, W-2, EMPLOYMENT ETC) The case jut got send to the embasy but I forGot to make copies of the I-864 and the ds 230, am I in trouble, does my wife need to take that when she goes for the inerview? This is the consulate in chennai, India. I'm very nervous.

Usually, it is better to have those photocopies handy, as the Embassy may ask to find out, if you sent her the photocopies. Since you did not make any photocopy, your wife should answer the consular officer that according to the interview appointment package and instructions, if I-864 packet is submitted in the NVC, then the applicant does not need to bring them, therefore, she does not have any photocopy of I-864 packet. As long as she is submitting the DS 230 part I and II to the Embassy, you don't need to worry about the photocopies of them. I believe, you also submitted DS 230 part I to NVC. Embassy does not ask the applicants about I-864 packet photocopy, generally.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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