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we are in the NVC stage with our case. my husband need to get his done so we can get the DS-260 package ready. will he needs anything? and will it need to be translate?


MOTHER'S CASE JOURNEY:

07-16-09 : I-130 sent

07-21-09 : USCIS Receipt rec'vd

09-19-09 : RFE rec'vd

10-23-09 : RFE sent

10-28-09 : NOA

11-03-09 : Rec'vd NOA in mail

11-12-09 : NVC case # issued & email address registered(just mine)

11-13-09 : Rec'vd Ds-3032 & AOS bill(by email)

11-14-09 : paid AOS bill(online)

11-16-09 : Registered mom email & returned ds-3032(by email)

11-17-09 : I-864 shown as paid

11-20-09 : I-864 package sent

11-27-09 : AOS recieved and being review(per AVR)

12-07-09 : DS-3032 Accepted

12-07-09 : IV bill gerenated

12-08-09 : Rec'vd IV bill

12-09-09 : Rec'vd checklist for missing/incomplete document on AOS(by email)

12-10-09 : Send missing/incomplete document

12-11-09 : Paid IV Bill

12-11-09 : Documents arrived at NVC

12-14-09 : IV bill status change to PAID

12-15-09 : NVC rec'vd checklist documents

12-18-09 : Retrn DS-230 package

12-21-09 : DS-230 pckg was delivered and signed by N VISA

12-22-09 : DS-230 recieved and being review

12-18-09 : I-864 Accepted

01-04-10 : Login Fail

01-05-10 : Case completed

02-09-10 : Interview date issue for MARCH 2th

02-18-10 : Medical done and got result on the Feb. 25th

03-02-10 : INTERVIEW COMPLETED

03-23-10 : POE ARRIVED @ 12:28 IN FL

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we are in the NVC stage with our case. my husband need to get his done so we can get the DS-260 package ready. will he needs anything? and will it need to be translate?

If its in french yes it needs to be translated. Anything not in English needs to be translated.


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If its in french yes it needs to be translated. Anything not in English needs to be translated.

Ok but will they ask him for anything else like a document before they can do it?


MOTHER'S CASE JOURNEY:

07-16-09 : I-130 sent

07-21-09 : USCIS Receipt rec'vd

09-19-09 : RFE rec'vd

10-23-09 : RFE sent

10-28-09 : NOA

11-03-09 : Rec'vd NOA in mail

11-12-09 : NVC case # issued & email address registered(just mine)

11-13-09 : Rec'vd Ds-3032 & AOS bill(by email)

11-14-09 : paid AOS bill(online)

11-16-09 : Registered mom email & returned ds-3032(by email)

11-17-09 : I-864 shown as paid

11-20-09 : I-864 package sent

11-27-09 : AOS recieved and being review(per AVR)

12-07-09 : DS-3032 Accepted

12-07-09 : IV bill gerenated

12-08-09 : Rec'vd IV bill

12-09-09 : Rec'vd checklist for missing/incomplete document on AOS(by email)

12-10-09 : Send missing/incomplete document

12-11-09 : Paid IV Bill

12-11-09 : Documents arrived at NVC

12-14-09 : IV bill status change to PAID

12-15-09 : NVC rec'vd checklist documents

12-18-09 : Retrn DS-230 package

12-21-09 : DS-230 pckg was delivered and signed by N VISA

12-22-09 : DS-230 recieved and being review

12-18-09 : I-864 Accepted

01-04-10 : Login Fail

01-05-10 : Case completed

02-09-10 : Interview date issue for MARCH 2th

02-18-10 : Medical done and got result on the Feb. 25th

03-02-10 : INTERVIEW COMPLETED

03-23-10 : POE ARRIVED @ 12:28 IN FL

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I do not think they even asked my wife for ID but I would bring drivers license or medicare card with photo on it to show you are asking for your own records. My wife did not have to pay but that is up to the local police station. As for language... my wife just asked for it in English and they did it in English but again up to the local station. There is also a company I hear you can use in Montreal (and other cities) called Commissionaires I have no knowledge of them but some on here have used them and I believe they will do it in English for you.

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I do not think they even asked my wife for ID but I would bring drivers license or medicare card with photo on it to show you are asking for your own records. My wife did not have to pay but that is up to the local police station. As for language... my wife just asked for it in English and they did it in English but again up to the local station. There is also a company I hear you can use in Montreal (and other cities) called Commissionaires I have no knowledge of them but some on here have used them and I believe they will do it in English for you.

Thank you


MOTHER'S CASE JOURNEY:

07-16-09 : I-130 sent

07-21-09 : USCIS Receipt rec'vd

09-19-09 : RFE rec'vd

10-23-09 : RFE sent

10-28-09 : NOA

11-03-09 : Rec'vd NOA in mail

11-12-09 : NVC case # issued & email address registered(just mine)

11-13-09 : Rec'vd Ds-3032 & AOS bill(by email)

11-14-09 : paid AOS bill(online)

11-16-09 : Registered mom email & returned ds-3032(by email)

11-17-09 : I-864 shown as paid

11-20-09 : I-864 package sent

11-27-09 : AOS recieved and being review(per AVR)

12-07-09 : DS-3032 Accepted

12-07-09 : IV bill gerenated

12-08-09 : Rec'vd IV bill

12-09-09 : Rec'vd checklist for missing/incomplete document on AOS(by email)

12-10-09 : Send missing/incomplete document

12-11-09 : Paid IV Bill

12-11-09 : Documents arrived at NVC

12-14-09 : IV bill status change to PAID

12-15-09 : NVC rec'vd checklist documents

12-18-09 : Retrn DS-230 package

12-21-09 : DS-230 pckg was delivered and signed by N VISA

12-22-09 : DS-230 recieved and being review

12-18-09 : I-864 Accepted

01-04-10 : Login Fail

01-05-10 : Case completed

02-09-10 : Interview date issue for MARCH 2th

02-18-10 : Medical done and got result on the Feb. 25th

03-02-10 : INTERVIEW COMPLETED

03-23-10 : POE ARRIVED @ 12:28 IN FL

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