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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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OK--George went to Kingston yesterday and picked up Packet 3, and also stopped to try to get his police clearnce, but didn't realize he needed $2,000J, so has to go back Monday. He'll complete the DS230 over the weekend so he can drop it off on Monday also. Am I correct that the does not need to pay anything to hand over the DS230? That after he pays for the medical (which I think is $95 US in MoBay), he onlyhas left to pay for the visa itself ($100US) an the fingerprints ($$35US?) He's already taken care of the no impediment to marriage thing. What am i missing?

Ann

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
Timeline
OK--George went to Kingston yesterday and picked up Packet 3, and also stopped to try to get his police clearnce, but didn't realize he needed $2,000J, so has to go back Monday. He'll complete the DS230 over the weekend so he can drop it off on Monday also. Am I correct that the does not need to pay anything to hand over the DS230? That after he pays for the medical (which I think is $95 US in MoBay), he onlyhas left to pay for the visa itself ($100US) an the fingerprints ($$35US?) He's already taken care of the no impediment to marriage thing. What am i missing?

Ann

Ann what is the no impediment document? Can I find this on the web? Is there a document number?


08-25-06 Package Sent
Package was redirected to CSC
9-07-06 Recd NOA1
11-14-06 Touch
11-17-06 Touch
11-18-06 Recd Original Birth Cert in mailed
11-18-06 Touch (On Saturday?)
11-20-06 Recd NOA2 in mailbox No emails notices, or website updates @ USCIS, just a perfect letter in mail!!
12-4-06 NVC has packet issued case #
12-6-06 Recd email confirming NOA2 Approval finally.
12-6-06 File in the mail to Embassy per NVC.
12-8-06 Embassy sign for NVC packet
12-18-06 Embassy emails stating Packet 3 in mail to Fiancee.
12-18-06 Embassy provides appt. date & time for Fiancee to pick up Packet 3. Rules have changed.
1-3-07 Embassy receives DS 230
1-19-07 Embassy confirms interview appt. date & time via phone.
1-26-07 Fiancee receives Interview Letter (Packet #4) in the mail. Still no Packet #3
2-20-07 Medical @ Andrews completed
2-15-07 Received Packet #3 in mail

[b]Interview Date: March 13, 2007 9am[/b]
APPROVED 3/13/07
Had to fly back without Fiancee 3/20

PICKED UP VISA @ EMBASSY DAY 22!!!!
Visa Recd-4/4/07
Sweetie enter US 4/5
TEXAS BOUND-TEXAS ARRIVAL 4/11
Fiancee Abandoned 4/18

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Filed: Timeline

OK--George went to Kingston yesterday and picked up Packet 3, and also stopped to try to get his police clearnce, but didn't realize he needed $2,000J, so has to go back Monday. He'll complete the DS230 over the weekend so he can drop it off on Monday also. Am I correct that the does not need to pay anything to hand over the DS230? That after he pays for the medical (which I think is $95 US in MoBay), he onlyhas left to pay for the visa itself ($100US) an the fingerprints ($$35US?) He's already taken care of the no impediment to marriage thing. What am i missing?

Ann

Ann what is the no impediment document? Can I find this on the web? Is there a document number?

Hi Texas Bound,

Here's the information taken from another post:

U.S. Embassy Announces Changes to Immigrant Visa Document Requirements

Beginning December 1, 2005, the Immigrant Visa Unit of the Consular

Section of the United States Embassy will require all Jamaica-resident

applicants for immigrant visas who are aged 18 years of age and older and

are in categories requiring them to be unmarried to obtain a

Certificate of No-Impediment to Marriage. This new requirement will affect

applicants in the IR2, IR3, IR4, F11, F22, and F24 categories who are aged

18 or older. It will also affect all Jamaica-resident children aged 18

and older who will be accompanying an immigrant visa applicant.

Applicants should apply for a Certificate of No-Impediment to Marriage

at any office of the Registrar General's Department or on the Registrar

General's Department website. Applicants may find further information

about this document and the form for requesting it at

http://www.rgd.gov.jm.

Also beginning December 1, 2005, the Immigrant Visa Unit of the

Consular Section of the United States Embassy will require all applicants for

immigrant visas who have served in the military to obtain a copy of

their Military Service Record. Applicants who have served in the Jamaica

Defence Force may obtain a Military Service Record at Up Park Camp,

Kingston 5.

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