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Help from fellow Indonesians or anyone, on what to do next after getting NOA2

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Indonesia
Timeline

Phew! Deep breath, so here we are at the stage that everyone are excited but shouldn't cause is really not all done yet.

Well, the USCIS said about sending the notice to my fiancee on the April 19th, but I would like to get ready for the interview on my end as soon as I can. So I'm just trying to figure out what to do next.

Thanks guys!

Atoya

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Indonesia
Timeline

first thing first :)

- work on I-134 and sent it to beneficiary, since it will take a while to get there (priority mail by usps took 3 weeks to get here)

- as soon as you get the case number, beneficiary can take med exam (the clinic ask for it)

- translate all the document that's needed

other requirement documents will be send by USEM to petitioner by email.

Congrats for your NOA2, things go way faster now :whistle::)

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