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F2A Expedited Case from NVC to the Manila US Embassy

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Hey Guys. My mother has petitioned me and my father and our priority date is now current. It was expedited and after sending out our DS-230 Part I and II to the US Embassy, we received a letter from the Embassy saying if we would like to schedule a interview we should call them or go to the ustraveldocs website. We scheduled an interview online and was given an appointment on November 2, 2012. We were told to compile all the civil documents (Birth Certs, Police Clearance, NBI, etc) but I read on the internet that it should be sent first to the NVC.

First, Should we have our Medical Examination now? What would we present as our appointment letter to the clinic? How about our civil documents, should we mail them along with our Cover Sheet from the NVC? Your feedbacks would be greatly appreciated. :)

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