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Help from those who have done it what do I need to be doing or getting ready.I did the i129f and got the noa1 ..I just came back from seeing my man again dont tell me I screwed up and needed more stuff from him ....I guess there is always mail if I need anything right?

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Help from those who have done it what do I need to be doing or getting ready.I did the i129f and got the noa1 ..I just came back from seeing my man again dont tell me I screwed up and needed more stuff from him ....I guess there is always mail if I need anything right?

Welcome to the forum.

Sounds like you are doing okay. You have your NOA1, so now it is just time to sit back and relax. Actually, now may be a good time to :guides: to learn some of the great information available on this site.

Later on, you will be sending stuff to him for his interview, but that is 4-6 months away......

Good luck on your visa journey.


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Help from those who have done it what do I need to be doing or getting ready.I did the i129f and got the noa1 ..I just came back from seeing my man again dont tell me I screwed up and needed more stuff from him ....I guess there is always mail if I need anything right?

For the 2nd part you needed to bring him your taxes. You can always mail that. I also went ahead and gathered all the evidence from my 1st trip (pictures, receipts, etc.) and gave him all the colored copies plus picture duplicates in a folder so he can have that handy. Again, you can mail, or even scan and email that. The originals are needed for the interview.


Don't ever do anything you're not willing to explain the paramedics.

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