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I am ready to send DS-230 package to NVC, below is our covering letter. Kindly have a look and let me know if i missed something.

Thanks in advance.

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NVC Case No: xxxxxx

Petitioner's Name: xxx xxx xxx

Preference Category: CR1 – SPOUSE OF UNITED STATES CITIZEN

National Visa Center

Attn:CMR

31 Rochester Ave. Suite 100

Portsmouth, NH 03801-2914

Re: Submitting Application for (CR-1) Immigrant Visa DS-230 for NVC Case Number xxxxxxxxxxxxx

To whom it may concern:

My name is xxxxxxx, and I am the petitioner and appointed agent for NVC case number xxxxxxxxxxxx. My spouse, xxxxxxxxxxxxx, is the beneficiary of this case. Our I-130 has been approved and is currently on file with the NVC.

Please find enclosed the following items comprising the DS-230 packet. I would kindly request that originals of pertinent documents be returned to my spouse at the time of the interview in US Consulate General Mumbai, India (my spouse can provide photocopies for your official records, if needed):

1. Two (2) Passport Size Photographs of Beneficiary (NVC Case Number, beneficiary’s full name, and date of birth are written on back of both)

2. DS-230 Part 1 completed and signed by beneficiary

3. Extra Sheet with answers to Item # 33 of DS-230 Part 1.

4. DS-230 Part 2 completed by beneficiary – unsigned, as of yet, per instructions

5. Photocopy of the Biographic Data Page(s) of Beneficiary's Passport

6. Original Birth Certificate of beneficiary and a copy, Please note as Name of the beneficiary is not mentioned in the Birth

Certificate a secondary evidence (Original School certificate) and a copy are enclosed.

7. Original Marriage Certificate and a copy

8. Original Police Clearance Certificate for Beneficiary and a copy

Please do not hesitate to contact me if there are any concerns. My contact information is available below.

Thank you very much for your kind attention!

Sincerely yours,

__________________________

Name

Address

City state

USA

Phone:

Email: xxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com

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So anything ? any inputs, comments ?


-------------Aschenbecher & Aschenputtel

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I am ready to send DS-230 package to NVC, below is our covering letter. Kindly have a look and let me know if i missed something.

Thanks in advance.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

NVC Case No: xxxxxx

Petitioner's Name: xxx xxx xxx

Preference Category: CR1 – SPOUSE OF UNITED STATES CITIZEN

National Visa Center

Attn:CMR

31 Rochester Ave. Suite 100

Portsmouth, NH 03801-2914

Re: Submitting Application for (CR-1) Immigrant Visa DS-230 for NVC Case Number xxxxxxxxxxxxx

To whom it may concern:

My name is xxxxxxx, and I am the petitioner and appointed agent for NVC case number xxxxxxxxxxxx. My spouse, xxxxxxxxxxxxx, is the beneficiary of this case. Our I-130 has been approved and is currently on file with the NVC.

Please find enclosed the following items comprising the DS-230 packet. I would kindly request that originals of pertinent documents be returned to my spouse at the time of the interview in US Consulate General Mumbai, India (my spouse can provide photocopies for your official records, if needed):

1. Two (2) Passport Size Photographs of Beneficiary (NVC Case Number, beneficiary's full name, and date of birth are written on back of both)

2. DS-230 Part 1 completed and signed by beneficiary

3. Extra Sheet with answers to Item # 33 of DS-230 Part 1.

4. DS-230 Part 2 completed by beneficiary – unsigned, as of yet, per instructions

5. Photocopy of the Biographic Data Page(s) of Beneficiary's Passport

6. Original Birth Certificate of beneficiary and a copy, Please note as Name of the beneficiary is not mentioned in the Birth

Certificate a secondary evidence (Original School certificate) and a copy are enclosed.

7. Original Marriage Certificate and a copy

8. Original Police Clearance Certificate for Beneficiary and a copy

Please do not hesitate to contact me if there are any concerns. My contact information is available below.

Thank you very much for your kind attention!

Sincerely yours,

__________________________

Name

Address

City state

USA

Phone:

Email: xxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com

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So anything ? any inputs, comments ?

Gosh thanks for posting this. I have had my letter ready for a long time. Read yours and didn't realize I didn't enclose to return originals at interview. phew.

Yours looks excellent. :thumbs:


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What is the original of school certificate doing in the package

you guys are doing too much, nvc never demanded your school cert

Ok as per Mumbai Consulate guidelines, If the beneficiary's Name is not mentioned in his birth cert (very common in India) then we have to include a secondary evidence such as School cert.

I do not know why everybody writing a letter because I did not write anything. NVC accepted it without any issue but you should do what ever make you satisfied. Good luck

There are some issues , so we think its best to include a letter to briefly explain them.


-------------Aschenbecher & Aschenputtel

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