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Today I received my copy of packet 4 from the embassy in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (my fiance received hers last week) and I noticed something that had me a bit confused... On the appointment letter (at the bottom) it lists my son as a "Traveling Applicant" but I never filed anything for him. I actually have no reason to file anything for my son because I filed for a Consular Report of Birth Abroad for him and he already has his US passport. I put on the petition that we had a son together and I sent his information, but I only sent a copy of his Dominican passport (not his US passport). I am really concerned that this might cause a problem for my fiance's case. Does anyone know anything about this or if it will cause a problem during the interview? Also, I am wondering if I call the DOS for information concerning this, will they even be able to help me because the letter can from DR??? Nothing that I received from either agency had my son's name on it so I am not sure what to think... :help: :help: :help: :help: :help:


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You can call DOS but they give limited info, although they do see the packet/letter that was sent out. What I would suggest you do is contact USCIS and explain what you see on the document. Also, be sure to call the embassy - as useless as they are - you must speak to them about this. Ask to speak to a supervisor. There's only one there - her name is Maria. For this matter you will not want to deal with the reps from the call center for the embassy. The supervisor is the only one with authority to send direct messages to the consulate in order to get answers to your questions.


Married: 6/17/11

I-130 Sent: 7/9/11

NOA1 : 7/14/11

I-129F Sent: 7/21/11

NOA1: 7/21/11

NOA2: 8/22/11

NVC Received: 8/24/11

NVC Left: 8/26/11

Consulate Received: 9/5/11

Packet 4 Received: 10/4/11

Medical Done: 11/7/11

Interview: 11/23/11

Approved: 11/23/11

Changed to CR1: 12/16/11

Medical Re-Done: 1/5/12

Waiting for Issuance of Visa.........

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You can call DOS but they give limited info, although they do see the packet/letter that was sent out. What I would suggest you do is contact USCIS and explain what you see on the document. Also, be sure to call the embassy - as useless as they are - you must speak to them about this. Ask to speak to a supervisor. There's only one there - her name is Maria. For this matter you will not want to deal with the reps from the call center for the embassy. The supervisor is the only one with authority to send direct messages to the consulate in order to get answers to your questions.

Actually I did everything that you said in your response before I even read it... LOL! I called DOS first thing this morning and I told them about the problem and they told me to call the embassy right away and let them know about my situation. When I called the embassy I think I got someone at the call center but I explained everything to him and he took my information and said that he had to talk to his supervisor. When he returned he told me that everything had been taken care of and I had nothing to worry about. I asked him if I had to bring my son to the interview or pay an extra visa fee at the embassy (just to make sure) and he told me that I didn't have to bring my son or pay anything extra. I really don't know if it helped at all but I got his name before I hung up.

I am really glad that you responded because I really thought that I was either asking a very dumb question or people were getting tired of me. I feel a bit more relieved that I have taken care of this but still a little worried that it may come up again at the interview because I didn't speak to a supervisor directly. You are such a sweet person and I just want to thank you again for taking the time to respond to this post. :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:


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Good job on asking all the questions I would have asked, before I asked them! :dance: :dance: :dance:


Nov 14, 2011 - I-129F packet sent.

Nov 15, 2011 - Packet received and signed by (J. Authur)

Nov 18, 2011 - NOA1 (Notice by text message and Email)

Mar 02, 2012 - NOA2 (Notice by text message and Email) [Took 105 days]

Mar 07, 2012 - NOA2 Hard copy arrived by mail.

Mar 19, 2012 - NVC recieved my case.

Mar 20, 2012 - NVC fowarded my case to US embassy in DR.

April 05, 2012 - DOS gave us our interview date. (May 14th)

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Dec 20, 2012 - I-485 packet sent.

Dec 21, 2012 - Packet recieved and signed by (...)

Dec 27, 2012 - NOA1 (Notice by text message and Email)

Jan 6, 2013 - NOA1 (Hard copies by mail)

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