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DS-156 for the K-1 visa process

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Just a quick question:

While waiting for Robb's interview date I'm going through things with him like a mad woman trying to make sure everything is neatly compiled and prepared. While doing so today I simply looked up "Packet 3 New Delhi" on Google and came across this site: http://newdelhi.usembassy.gov/ivpacket309k1.html . On this site it says that he'll need to have the DS-156 but when I asked him to check the paperwork he specifically received in his original packet 3 there seems to be no mention of it. What gives? Do we need this form or not? Just like the many others out there we're desperate for this to go right.. thanks for any help you can provide!


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I would just have them ready just in case. All the forms pretty much have the same questions.we had to turn ours in at the interview.


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Just a quick question:

While waiting for Robb's interview date I'm going through things with him like a mad woman trying to make sure everything is neatly compiled and prepared. While doing so today I simply looked up "Packet 3 New Delhi" on Google and came across this site: http://newdelhi.usembassy.gov/ivpacket309k1.html . On this site it says that he'll need to have the DS-156 but when I asked him to check the paperwork he specifically received in his original packet 3 there seems to be no mention of it. What gives? Do we need this form or not? Just like the many others out there we're desperate for this to go right.. thanks for any help you can provide!

In Mumbai I made sure that my fiancé had everything and I made sure it was in the order of the check list too... but I’m sure you’re over thinking everything because that’s what we did too hehe... just remember to tell him to be calm and breath and be honest with the interviewer... but yes I agree with everyone on here I would have that form ready just in case they ask for it... I would rather you be over prepared than under...

My fiancés interview went by very quickly they only asked him 4 questions:

What is your fiancés name?

How did you and her meet?

Why would a well-educated man as yourself choose to be with someone like her? (I was shocked they asked that actually)

How do your parents feel about you marring her?

Remember they already have all of your paperwork on their computer from when you send stuff in, and if the USCIS didn’t request any additional paperwork then you guys should be good as long as you follow what’s on the check list...

I sent $150 dollars’ worth of paperwork to him via FedEx and they didn’t look at anything I sent him, not one thing!!!!!

our lawyer said to be calm and to remember that this is just there job, they have to do it, but that the embassy wants to approve you even if they act like they don’t, they just have to be careful on who they let into the US....

But you sound like you have everything under control... Good luck =)


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