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I am sort of lost. I have many questions concerning the assemblance of the I-129F package. If anyone could help, I would really appreciate it!

1. Are there any visual examples of what your packet looked like? I don't know how to "put" it together. For question 18, if you write your answer on another sheet of paper, where does said paper go? Do you staple pages together, or pin them...or just leave them be?

2. For proof of ongoing relationship, what did you put your pictres in and other documentation to prove you were together (i.e. a separate envelope) ? Also, do you recommend having friends who know your fiance writing letters claiming such?

3. Lastly, how long did it take you to get your petition to the embassy? I'm in Georgia (my fiances country) till June. I have a friend who said it took 3 months. I know everyone's different, but I would just like to hear your experience.

Thank you so much!

Ren


Marriage (if applicable):

2012-06-14

I-130 NOA1 :

2012-08-14

I-130 Approved :

2013-02-11

NVC Received :

2013-03-01

Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill :

2013-03-09

Pay I-864 Bill

2013-03-11

Receive I-864 Package :

2013-03-15

Return Completed I-864 :

2013-03-16

Return Completed DS-3032 :

2013-03-11

Receive IV Bill :

2013-03-29

Pay IV Bill :

2013-03-30

Receive Instruction Package :

2013-03-30

Case Completed at NVC :

2013-04-18

NVC Left :

2013-04-30

Interview Date :

2013-06-05

Interview Result: AP

Visa Received: 2013-06-14

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I am sort of lost. I have many questions concerning the assemblance of the I-129F package. If anyone could help, I would really appreciate it!

1. Are there any visual examples of what your packet looked like? I don't know how to "put" it together. For question 18, if you write your answer on another sheet of paper, where does said paper go? Do you staple pages together, or pin them...or just leave them be?

If you used a supplement sheet, mark it as a supplement sheet with question number and question, your answer and sign and date it, place it behind the form. You can state the order of your documents in the cover letter. Do not staple anything. Hold things together with paper clips, or just clip them altogether with a large clasp or giant paper clip. http://www.visajourney.com/content/assembly

2. For proof of ongoing relationship, what did you put your pictres in and other documentation to prove you were together (i.e. a separate envelope) ? Also, do you recommend having friends who know your fiance writing letters claiming such?

A lot of people just print out their pictures on regular paper and caption them with the names of who is in them, where it was taken and the date taken. If you send photos, you can put them in an envelope and label what it is. Write the info on the backs.

3. Lastly, how long did it take you to get your petition to the embassy? I'm in Georgia (my fiances country) till June. I have a friend who said it took 3 months. I know everyone's different, but I would just like to hear your experience.

On average it takes about 6-8 months to reach interview time.

Thank you so much!

Ren


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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I am sort of lost. I have many questions concerning the assemblance of the I-129F package. If anyone could help, I would really appreciate it!

1. Are there any visual examples of what your packet looked like? I don't know how to "put" it together. For question 18, if you write your answer on another sheet of paper, where does said paper go? Do you staple pages together, or pin them...or just leave them be?

2. For proof of ongoing relationship, what did you put your pictres in and other documentation to prove you were together (i.e. a separate envelope) ? Also, do you recommend having friends who know your fiance writing letters claiming such?

3. Lastly, how long did it take you to get your petition to the embassy? I'm in Georgia (my fiances country) till June. I have a friend who said it took 3 months. I know everyone's different, but I would just like to hear your experience.

Thank you so much!

Ren

1. A neat stack of paper with a binder clip on it. Whatever you send them will be disassembled and put in their folder anyway. If you add a sheet it does not matter where it goes in the stack, just make sure it is labled with what it is "Attachement for answer to Question 18" and with BOTH names clearly printed on it (signature is NOT needed) They organize it how they want it, you just need to get it in the envelope. It really is no more complicated than that. Cover letters/table of contents are optional

2. None. Evidence of ongoing realtionship not needed for the petition. We sent ONE photo. Paper clip it to the stack anywhere. If you send unnecessary documents then just put them in the stack also, they will sort them as they see fit. Letters not needed at any point and I never used them from start to citizenship. They are considered somewhat below belly button lint on the scale of evidence since anyone can write them and sign them. I can write one for you, email it to you and you can print it and sign it for me. I am sure you could even find a notary to stamp it for a fee. Notaries only verify that "JANE DOE" signed it, they cannot verify it is TRUE.

3. We filed our petiton on March 15 2008 and it arrived at the consulate on or about June 3rd, 2008. Yours will be different, probably much longer. Seems to be running about 6-9 months now to get to the consulate.

Edited by Gary and Alla

VERMONT! I Reject Your Reality...and Substitute My Own!

Gary And Alla

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