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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Finland
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after noa2. Does petitioner and beneficairy receive same packets? or does beneficiary receive packet 3?

The beneficiary receives packet 3 from the consulate. Packet 3 includes all the info the beneficiary will need in order to apply for his/her visa at the consulate.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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You need to finish your profile so we know which country you are attempting to get the visa from. The packet is country specific. Some it is packet 3 some 4 and some 3 and 4 but in all cases it is the beneficiary that receives the packet. The petitioner needs to fill in the Affidavit of Support( form I-134?)

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The beneficiary receives packet 3 from the consulate. Packet 3 includes all the info the beneficiary will need in order to apply for his/her visa at the consulate.

beneficiary is moving next week to new house. our application is at california service center in initial review.

my quesiton is. do i call the number on noa1 and update her new address?

does that extend our processing time or just wait until its approved?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Finland
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To change the address, follow LeftCoastLady's advice here: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/362282-fiance-is-moving-after-we-received-noa1/page__p__5291334__fromsearch__1#entry5291334

It won't affect your processing time.


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