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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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I gave my fiancee her complete copy of all of the paperwork thus far when we met at our second visit. For us, it was better that each of us have a copy. The likelihood of both copies being compromised in some way now is pretty low.

YMMV


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

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Mexico
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Do you think my fiance will need a copy of I-129F and the additional docs that i sent to USCIS?

I dont know if he'll need it for the interview. He shouldnt right?

Cuz if mot then i won't send it to him

Pls let me know

It's likely he won't need them but you never know, it's better to bring a copy just in case.


K1 visa
Filed I-129: Dec 3rd 2010
Interview: July 6th 2011 APPROVED!


AOS
Filed: Oct 4th 2011
AOS Interview: Feb 7th 2012 - RFE sad.png
AOS Approved: Feb 9th - without sending RFE
Green Card received: Feb 17th smile.png

ROC

Filed: Nov 13th 2013

Approved: March 13th 2014

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Do you think my fiance will need a copy of I-129F and the additional docs that i sent to USCIS?

I dont know if he'll need it for the interview. He shouldnt right?

Cuz if mot then i won't send it to him

Pls let me know

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/366444-is-it-really-necessary/page__st__15__p__5356158__fromsearch__1#entry5356158

If you want your fiance to have a clue at what the CO is looking at and have a smooth interview, you will provide a copy to your fiance so they are aware of the documentation. Other people question this as well although I don't know why. Do you want your fiance to be prepared for any questions that might arise from the CO in regard to the contents of your petition package? This is what you need to be asking yourself. It isn't a short cut worth taking IMO. I would hate to go to an interview unprepared, wouldn't you?


Our K-1 and AOS Journey

05/12-05/22/10-met my sweetheart and family(had lots of fun!)
12/13-12/26/11-met again for engagement/Christmas
04/10/12-I-129F petition sent
04/13/12-USPS delivery confirmation
04/18/12-NOA1 text/email
04/21/12-NOA1(receipt 04/17/12)
10/10/12-NOA2 text
10/15/12-NOA2 letter received
10/27/12-NVC letter received
11/28/12-Medical Exam-PASSED
12/07/12-K-1 Interview-APPROVED

02/12/13-POE-Atlanta
03/04/13-Wedding
03/27/13-AOS,EAD,AP delivered
04/03/13-NOAs text/email
04/08/13-NOAs received
04/26/13-Biometrics appointment(walk-in done 04/17)

06/03/13-EAD card production/AP post decision approval

06/10/13-EAD/AP combo card received

04/04/14-AOS card production/decision

04/11/14-NOA2 welcome to the USA

04/12/14-Received GC

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If you want your fiance to have a clue at what the CO is looking at and have a smooth interview, you will provide a copy to your fiance so they are aware of the documentation. Other people question this as well although I don't know why. Do you want your fiance to be prepared for any questions that might arise from the CO in regard to the contents of your petition package? This is what you need to be asking yourself. It isn't a short cut worth taking IMO. I would hate to go to an interview unprepared, wouldn't you?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Jamaica
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You never know... it won't hurt for him to have a copy of the packet for himself.


K-1

12.15.2009- we met <3 :) i love my muffin.

10.19.2010 NOA1

10.27.2010 "Touched"

5.2.2011 NOA 2

5.5.2011 Received NOA2 hardcopy

5.19.2011 Emailed/Sent Packet 3

6.14.2011 Received Packet 4

7.1.2011- Interview(Approved!!)

7.13.2011- "Visa Transferred"-- whatever that means...

7.25.2011- "Visa Issued"-- whatever that means...

7.28.2011- Visa arrives at DHL facility (8:30 pm)

7.29.2011- Visa received

7.31.2011- POE (BWI)-- NEVER ISSUED AN I-94 (WTH)

8.15.2011- I-94 Obtained from IAD's CBP Inspection Office

AOS & EAD

9.8.2011- Mailed USPS Priority Express

11.29.11- RFE for Income Tax Return-- SEND YOUR ENTIRE TAX RETURN DOCUMENT!!

11.30.11- mailed Tax Return UPS Priority Express

12.9.11 AOS "transferred to a USCIS office" - - supposedly our local one

12.14.11- "touched"

12.15.11- received EAD

2.8.12- put in a service request for GC

2.22.12- My husband was contacted by the local USCIS office here in Washington DC and told that it was infact transferred to the CSC. Not their office. She also suggested he keep checking on it because sometimes things just sit there and take up to 3 years to be processed--- SAYWHAT?! ... stay tuned

3.29.12- Approved, Green Card in production

4.4.12- Green Card received- NO INTERVIEW

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