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hello,

My parents are having their interview next week at US Embassy .

What are the documents they need to take to interview as I have already submitted all the originals to NVC.

When you are issued an interview letter, you get an email and, at the end of this letter you can see which documents had been received and approved.

I would take the supporting documents for the I-864, they tend to focus a lot on this. Also, make sure police certificates are current, they might ask you for a newer one, if its possible try to get a newer one.

Congratulations and good luck

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When you are issued an interview letter, you get an email and, at the end of this letter you can see which documents had been received and approved.

I would take the supporting documents for the I-864, they tend to focus a lot on this. Also, make sure police certificates are current, they might ask you for a newer one, if its possible try to get a newer one.

Congratulations and good luck

I have already send all the supporting documents for I-864 to Nvc and they accepted it without any problem. I dont have any joint sponser. If NVC forwards all the documents to Embassy then why to carry all the paper to Embassy.

yes Police report is current its valid for one year from the date of issue so i guess no need to make new police report.

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I have already send all the supporting documents for I-864 to Nvc and they accepted it without any problem. I dont have any joint sponser. If NVC forwards all the documents to Embassy then why to carry all the paper to Embassy.

yes Police report is current its valid for one year from the date of issue so i guess no need to make new police report.

Like you, I had sent all the supporting evidence and, NVC accepted it. In our case, the police report was good for 6 months, had four months left of validity in the day of our interview, for some odd reason, I decided the day before the interview, to print one out and bring it to the interview, and, what do you know? they asked us for a new one. Not all the documents make it to the embassy, sometimes get misplaced and, in order for the consul to adjudicate the case, they must have the complete file. even if they misplaced the documents, they are going to have you provide a copy of the missing document, resulting in more delays.

They do tend to concentrate on the affidavit of support, they have the right to ask you for the original supporting documentation,(remember, you submitted copies)

I am just giving you a suggestion, take whatever documents you wish.

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