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If I am doing the Electronic Processing with NVC do I need to email or mail the AOS and IV packages? Also if doing the EP does the beneficiary needs to fill out form DS230?


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If I am doing the Electronic Processing with NVC do I need to email or mail the AOS and IV packages? Also if doing the EP does the beneficiary needs to fill out form DS230?

Those from El Salvador are not eligible for EP nor online forms.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_5165.html

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Those from El Salvador are not eligible for EP nor online forms.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_5165.html

Are you serious? So if the beneficiary country is not listed this process is not available?


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Are you serious? So if the beneficiary country is not listed this process is not available?

Yes, exactly.

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This is not good news for me. This means my wife will need to mail me DS3032 signed :( as well with the visa application DS230 Am I right?

No, the DS-3032 can be emailed by following the email template.

But yes, the DS-230 has to be mailed along with the other documents needed in the IV package.

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No, the DS-3032 can be emailed by following the email template.

But yes, the DS-230 has to be mailed along with the other documents needed in the IV package.

This template you talking about?

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/Email_DS-3032_form


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Your wife doesn't need to "mail" you anything. Don't waste time. DS-230 is easily available online. Fill it out correctly and accurately, then print it, sign it and date it. Gather all possible documentation that needs to go along with it and then YOU mail this package to HER. Your wife will then forward it to NVC via USPS, once she receives it.

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Your wife doesn't need to "mail" you anything. Don't waste time. DS-230 is easily available online. Fill it out correctly and accurately, then print it, sign it and date it. Gather all possible documentation that needs to go along with it and then YOU mail this package to HER. Your wife will then forward it to NVC via USPS, once she receives it.

I believe the OP is the petitioner, not the beneficiary.

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I believe the OP is the petitioner, not the beneficiary.

Thanks Saylin. Fixed original post:

The petitioner doesn't need to "mail" anything. Don't waste time. DS-230 is easily available online. Have the beneficiary fill it out correctly and accurately, then print it, sign it and date it. Gather all possible documentation that needs to go along with it and then have the beneficiary mail this package to the petitioner. The petitioner will then forward it to NVC via USPS, once they receive it.

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Thanks Saylin. Fixed original post:

The petitioner doesn't need to "mail" anything. Don't waste time. DS-230 is easily available online. Have the beneficiary fill it out correctly and accurately, then print it, sign it and date it. Gather all possible documentation that needs to go along with it and then have the beneficiary mail this package to the petitioner. The petitioner will then forward it to NVC via USPS, once they receive it.

Much better yes.gif

And I agree. Don't know why the petitioner has to mail anything to the beneficiary. The beneficiary just has to print out the pages she needs to sign (in this case, just page 2 of the DS-230). I'd also suggest the beneficiary prints out about 5 copies of page 2 and signs it (in case it's needed). But don't have the beneficiary fill out anything. Just send blank copies of page 2 (signed) to the petitioner. That way, if something goes wrong, the petitioner can have back-ups of the DS-230 already with the beneficiary's signature. The beneficiary would just mail those 5 or so copies of a blank but signed page 2 as well as the documents (certificates, passport pictures, copy of bio-data page of passport) to the petitioner. This saves greatly on mailing time if the petitioner fills out the DS-230, mails it to the beneficiary, they sign it, and then return it.

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you mean a signed part I?

Part II is signed at the IV Unit, on interview day.


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Much better yes.gif

And I agree. Don't know why the petitioner has to mail anything to the beneficiary. The beneficiary just has to print out the pages she needs to sign (in this case, just page 2 of the DS-230). I'd also suggest the beneficiary prints out about 5 copies of page 2 and signs it (in case it's needed). But don't have the beneficiary fill out anything. Just send blank copies of page 2 (signed) to the petitioner. That way, if something goes wrong, the petitioner can have back-ups of the DS-230 already with the beneficiary's signature. The beneficiary would just mail those 5 or so copies of a blank but signed part 2 as well as the documents (certificates, passport pictures, copy of bio-data page of passport) to the petitioner. This saves greatly on mailing time if the petitioner fills out the DS-230, mails it to the beneficiary, they sign it, and then return it.

Thanks for the help and for the advice Saylin.

Thanks Saylin. Fixed original post:

The petitioner doesn't need to "mail" anything. Don't waste time. DS-230 is easily available online. Have the beneficiary fill it out correctly and accurately, then print it, sign it and date it. Gather all possible documentation that needs to go along with it and then have the beneficiary mail this package to the petitioner. The petitioner will then forward it to NVC via USPS, once they receive it.

Yeah thats what I believe I will do :)


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