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I-864 - Do I need to write details on every page on the top right hand corner?

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Based on his website - http://www.puravidat...e_process.shtml

Potential "gotchas" on form I-864:

"On the top right hand corner of each page the petitoner must write (not type) their full name, social security number, and the words "Form I-864".

Is this true?

Upon VJers suggestions, I was gonna write the NVC Case Number on all the pages I am submitting to the NVC.


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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Based on his website - http://www.puravidat...e_process.shtml

Potential "gotchas" on form I-864:

"On the top right hand corner of each page the petitoner must write (not type) their full name, social security number, and the words "Form I-864".

Is this true?

Upon VJers suggestions, I was gonna write the NVC Case Number on all the pages I am submitting to the NVC.

No, you don't need to write that stuff. Just write the case number on the top right of every page (EXCEPT the bar-coded cover sheet and your cover letter). The whole point of writing the case number is in case one paper gets misplaced. If someone finds it and it has the case number on it, then it'll be easy to re-unite it to the case file.

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Thanks again Saylin :) The person that wrote that page sounded very serious about it.


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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Thanks again Saylin :) The person that wrote that page sounded very serious about it.

Keep in mind, they went through the process in 2008, that's FOUR years ago. Things have changed a lot.

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