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my beneficiary just call to USEM manila today wer asking if they already got our packet. but they advise us just to wait for the letters that they going to send out to us prior to starting anything

in contrast on what i read this forum it says that once we already have our case no. ( i called nvc last fri and found that our we already have an assigned case no and left nv feb 16 in us)we can already start scheduling the medical

i dnt know what to do now.. am i supposed to wait for the packet 3 per their advice?

or go ahead start the medical?

pls advice.. im so lost i want to beat the snail mail process if i can

thanks in advance for the response

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hi all

my beneficiary just call to USEM manila today wer asking if they already got our packet. but they advise us just to wait for the letters that they going to send out to us prior to starting anything

in contrast on what i read this forum it says that once we already have our case no. ( i called nvc last fri and found that our we already have an assigned case no and left nv feb 16 in us)we can already start scheduling the medical

i dnt know what to do now.. am i supposed to wait for the packet 3 per their advice?

or go ahead start the medical?

pls advice.. im so lost i want to beat the snail mail process if i can

thanks in advance for the response

Scheduling the medical is separate from the interview in most cases. Download the instructions or talk to somone in the PI forum about the medical.

The consulate will do things as they choose and there is nothing you can do to "avoid it" If they send these packets only byu mail and require you to complete them and send them back, then that is how it works and some do it that way. Again, ask in the PI forum.

Moderator...perhaps move this topic to the PI forum?


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pay your visa fee at BPI,schedule your interview and go to st.luke's for your medical.don't wait for a packet from u.s. embassy manila.you might not get it or if you do, the letter will come soooo late!like in my case i already finished my medical and interview when the letter from u.s.embassy came.good luck!

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my fiancee just called us em embassy today but he was instructed just to wait for the packet to be receive by my beneficiary before doing anything. they told him they dont know nothing abt if our papers is already there.should i just sit and wait?

in contrast to what i read in this forum as soon as we got our case no by calling nvc here in the us we can start doing the medical then st up appoinmtnet for interview

what do i do? pls help

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my fiancee just called us em embassy today but he was instructed just to wait for the packet to be receive by my beneficiary before doing anything. they told him they dont know nothing abt if our papers is already there.should i just sit and wait?

in contrast to what i read in this forum as soon as we got our case no by calling nvc here in the us we can start doing the medical then setup appoinmtnet for interview

what do i do? pls help

So you have your MNL #? Then it is rock 'n' time!

1st link is the instructions from the embassy, start with BPI bank, take your passport and your MNL # to the bank pay the $350 visa fee, get your receipt and wait at least 8 hours then go to the embassy website and create your profile so you can schedule your appointment.

Read the instructions! And all the best! Oh and your receipt number will be your passport number

After NOA2 AND YOU HAVE YOUR MNL #

Embassy:

http://photos.state....3__rtf2_003.pdf

http://www.ustraveldocs.com/ph/

St. Luke's:

http://www.slec.ph/u...l#required-docs

http://www.slec.ph/us/registration/

CFO:

http://www.cfo.gov.p...atid=140#ThirdA

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Go to this thread and see Wally Greene's post regarding the steps to take. All the info you need is there...http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/354086-got-our-mnl-case-whats-next/page__p__5179324__fromsearch__1#entry5179324

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Useful Links for K-1 Visa Petition for USEM Philippines:

Packet 3 for K-1: http://photos.state....3__rtf2_001.pdf

St Luke's Website: http://www.slec.ph/u...ml#clinic-hours

Link to Schedule Interview: http://cgifederal.force.com/

CFO Website for Seminar: http://www.cfo.gov.p...onals&catid=140

Povery Guideline: http://www.uscis.gov...form/i-864p.pdf

Website to Download DS 156, 156K, & 157: http://travel.state....forms_1342.html

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hi all

my beneficiary just call to USEM manila today wer asking if they already got our packet. but they advise us just to wait for the letters that they going to send out to us prior to starting anything

in contrast on what i read this forum it says that once we already have our case no. ( i called nvc last fri and found that our we already have an assigned case no and left nv feb 16 in us)we can already start scheduling the medical

i dnt know what to do now.. am i supposed to wait for the packet 3 per their advice?

or go ahead start the medical?

pls advice.. im so lost i want to beat the snail mail process if i can

thanks in advance for the response

Don't wait for any packet 3.

Once you have your MNL case number, you and your fiance are ready to move forward with paying the visa fee at any BPI branch, getting registered for the medical at SLMCEC (St. Lukes Medical) and scheduling the interview at USEM.

You can go to any branch of BPI and pay the visa fee ($350.00) then you (or your fiance) will be able to set up the interview online at the USEM. Click here for the page to set up the interview. It will take a few hours or more before you will be able to set up the interview, just keep trying and eventually you'll be able to do so. The receipt she'll get at the time of payment of the visa fee is so very important, you'll need that receipt later. You'll also need to have your passport with you at the time of payment at BPI. Here is the link to the embassy page you can read about the docs required and needed for the interview.

Once you (or your fiance) have completed that, register online for the medical at St. Luke's, registering online will save time on the day of the medical. This is the link to the page where you can read about what is required for the medical. Also click here to read a detailed medical exam review as experienced by a VJ member.

Before or after your interview at USEM, you'll need to attend a CFO seminar. You need attend that seminar and get that sticker before you can exit the country. Here the link to the CFO website, the documents you need so you can attend is listed there.

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thanks for your info. even i didnt receive the I34 form from nvc yet i can instruct my beneficiary to start doing the medical?

when will i receive the affidavit of support form>? do i need to pay for it?

NVC does not sent the I-134, you download it off the internet, and download the instructions also. I posted links to everything earlier. You need to schedule your interview then you can do the medical.


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      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

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thanks for your info. even i didnt receive the I34 form from nvc yet i can instruct my beneficiary to start doing the medical?

when will i receive the affidavit of support form>? do i need to pay for it?

There is no fee to download or submit the I-134. You'll have the I-134 in your possession at the time of the interview with the supporting documents.

Download the I-134 from here. Just as Hank_Amy says, also download the instructions also.

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hi guys i check on the linh for slec for the medical i noticed that the reuired documents stated letter D. needs the appoitnment letter and photocpoies too i still dont have it i onky have our nvc case no will they allow my foancee to do the medical??

plus the online registration says on the header that is is for immigrant only can K 1 visa fill up the online registration??

hi guys i check on the linh for slec for the medical i noticed that the reuired documents stated letter D. needs the appoitnment letter and photocpoies too i still dont have it i onky have our nvc case no will they allow my foancee to do the medical??

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Don't wait for any packet 3.

Once you have your MNL case number, you and your fiance are ready to move forward with paying the visa fee at any BPI branch, getting registered for the medical at SLMCEC (St. Lukes Medical) and scheduling the interview at USEM.

You can go to any branch of BPI and pay the visa fee ($350.00) then you (or your fiance) will be able to set up the interview online at the USEM. Click here for the page to set up the interview. It will take a few hours or more before you will be able to set up the interview, just keep trying and eventually you'll be able to do so. The receipt she'll get at the time of payment of the visa fee is so very important, you'll need that receipt later. You'll also need to have your passport with you at the time of payment at BPI. Here is the link to the embassy page you can read about the docs required and needed for the interview.

Once you (or your fiance) have completed that, register online for the medical at St. Luke's, registering online will save time on the day of the medical. This is the link to the page where you can read about what is required for the medical. Also click here to read a detailed medical exam review as experienced by a VJ member.

Before or after your interview at USEM, you'll need to attend a CFO seminar. You need attend that seminar and get that sticker before you can exit the country. Here the link to the CFO website, the documents you need so you can attend is listed there.

it says for online top header for immigrants only for the slec registration can K1 visa still do it online?

thanks

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it says for online top header for immigrants only for the slec registration can K1 visa still do it online?

thanks

Yes you can


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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