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K-1 visa Preparation for the next step

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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We have mailed off our petition for the fiance visa. I was just wondering if it is possible to start getting the next documents ready for the next stage while waiting for the NOA2. I have been reading that sometimes it takes a couple months or so to get the police records that are needed. I am making another trip up to see my fiance in July and I am sure we wont have the NOA2 by then, but thought maybe we could work on getting things ready together while I am there. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks :)


Live for today because you never know what tomorrow will bring!

01/28/2010: Met on Evony online game

02/23/2011: Started dating

08/09/2011: First meeting in Canada

10/03/2011: I went to Canada for a visit

02/03/2012: I went to Canada for a visit

02/10/2012: Got engaged

02/11/2012: He was denied entry to US & sent back for more documents

02/12/2012: Denied entry again even with documents

02/13/2012: I returned home

04/21/2012: Mailed K-1 visa petition

04/24/2012: Certified mail delivery confirmation

04/27/2012: Check cashed

04/27/2012: E-mail notification of receipt of petition

04/29/2012: NOA1 received!

08/07/2012: Received e-mail notification of RFE

09/07/2012: Finally able to send back info for RFE

09/17/2012: NOA2 APPROVED!!!

waiting......

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We have mailed off our petition for the fiance visa. I was just wondering if it is possible to start getting the next documents ready for the next stage while waiting for the NOA2. I have been reading that sometimes it takes a couple months or so to get the police records that are needed. I am making another trip up to see my fiance in July and I am sure we wont have the NOA2 by then, but thought maybe we could work on getting things ready together while I am there. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks :)

Congrats on your new beginning!

Research, research, research. That's my best advice, and what I did between my NOA-1 and now.

(I'm in the middle of collecting evidence because we received a 'Request For Evidence/RFE)

VJ site is really helpful. Look at posting from people in your area to get an idea of what your next step is. Different forms for different parts of the country.

Good luck to you & Happy Journey!good.gif


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AOS: 2012-12-28
NOA's x 2: 2012-01-04
Bio App: 2012-02-05 (Honolulu, HAWAII)
Upcoming AOS Interview (March 21) RESCHEDULED between March 28 - June 6
EAD/AP combo card: 2013-03-15
AOS interview: APRIL 16th approved
Green Card: April 25th 2013 - 2015

ROC: 2015-Jan-20
NOA: 2015-Jan-27

BIO Appt: 2015-Feb-24

Approved: 2015-May-26

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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We have mailed off our petition for the fiance visa. I was just wondering if it is possible to start getting the next documents ready for the next stage while waiting for the NOA2. I have been reading that sometimes it takes a couple months or so to get the police records that are needed. I am making another trip up to see my fiance in July and I am sure we wont have the NOA2 by then, but thought maybe we could work on getting things ready together while I am there. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks :)

Some of the information necessary for the forms required after receipt of NOA2, such as, Form I-134 Affidavit of Support is somewhat time-sensitive. It is generally recommended to start assembling the I-134 materials after receipt of NOA2. If the material is too stale, the CO may delay approval pending re-submission of more current information.

Keep collecting evidence of a bonafide continuing relationship, i.e., "couple" photos, airline boarding passes, hotel bills, receipts, etc

Good luck on your visa journey.


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

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