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Update on my K1 Fiasco

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So, I have contacted the Embassy and they have sent my Package 3 to my old address.

They have wrong addresses listed for both my Fiance and I. Even thought we notified them recorded delivery in writing and by letter.

I have emailed them again with my new address, and I am going to go to my old house and see if I can track the letter down! I hope they kept it???

At least I am further down the line than I expected, but this address situation is so bad! We don't have a NOA2 in writing, I assume I need this for my interview? How do we get another copy without it arriving at the wrong place?

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So, I have contacted the Embassy and they have sent my Package 3 to my old address.

They have wrong addresses listed for both my Fiance and I. Even thought we notified them recorded delivery in writing and by letter.

I have emailed them again with my new address, and I am going to go to my old house and see if I can track the letter down! I hope they kept it???

At least I am further down the line than I expected, but this address situation is so bad! We don't have a NOA2 in writing, I assume I need this for my interview? How do we get another copy without it arriving at the wrong place?

i don't think you need it for the interview, but you do when you AOS. you use the I-824 to get a duplicate approval notice.

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/forms/i-824.htm


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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So, I have contacted the Embassy and they have sent my Package 3 to my old address.

They have wrong addresses listed for both my Fiance and I. Even thought we notified them recorded delivery in writing and by letter.

I have emailed them again with my new address, and I am going to go to my old house and see if I can track the letter down! I hope they kept it???

At least I am further down the line than I expected, but this address situation is so bad! We don't have a NOA2 in writing, I assume I need this for my interview? How do we get another copy without it arriving at the wrong place?

i don't think you need it for the interview, but you do when you AOS. you use the I-824 to get a duplicate approval notice.

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/forms/i-824.htm

Thanks, I will make sure I have it for then. Am gutted, Embassy sent my package to my old address on 28th September, its just been sat there! I went to my old address and picked it up so I have it now! Can send of my docs and book the interview!

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