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Hi guys, like what ive said previously we just noticed that we were approved when we received a ltter from the NVC but never receive a hard copy of nOa 2 from the embassy. Now we are already preparing for medical amd interview.

1. Where can i get the appointment letter? Can i still do meeical without it amd without hard copy of noa2

2. How long does it take to receive packet 3

Thanks

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I see that your I-129F petition was approved by the USCIS on December 19. Now it seems that you have received a letter from the NVC. Does that letter have your MNL case number on it? If so, then your fiancée should pay her visa application fee at BPI, then schedule an interview online, then complete her medical.

If you have not received your MNL case number from the NVC, then you should call them and get it.

When scheduling an interview online, print out the appointment confirmation. That's the document she needs to be admitted into St. Lukes for her medical, and she also needs it for her Embassy interview.

The only thing the Embassy sends to K-1'ers is a letter notifying the beneficiary that they are eligible to schedule an interview and giving the beneficiary instructions on how to prepare for the interview. However, don't wait around for the Embassy's letter because you will waste a lot of time waiting for it. Sometimes it never arrives. Instead, get your MNL case number, pay the visa application fee, schedule an interview, and complete the medical.

If you want to read the Embassy's letter, click here.


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I see that your I-129F petition was approved by the USCIS on December 19. Now it seems that you have received a letter from the NVC. Does that letter have your MNL case number on it? If so, then your fiancée should pay her visa application fee at BPI, then schedule an interview online, then complete her medical.

If you have not received your MNL case number from the NVC, then you should call them and get it.

When scheduling an interview online, print out the appointment confirmation. That's the document she needs to be admitted into St. Lukes for her medical, and she also needs it for her Embassy interview.

The only thing the Embassy sends to K-1'ers is a letter notifying the beneficiary that they are eligible to schedule an interview and giving the beneficiary instructions on how to prepare for the interview. However, don't wait around for the Embassy's letter because you will waste a lot of time waiting for it. Sometimes it never arrives. Instead, get your MNL case number, pay the visa application fee, schedule an interview, and complete the medical.

If you want to read the Embassy's letter, click here.

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I see that your I-129F petition was approved by the USCIS on December 19. Now it seems that you have received a letter from the NVC. Does that letter have your MNL case number on it? If so, then your fiancée should pay her visa application fee at BPI, then schedule an interview online, then complete her medical.

If you have not received your MNL case number from the NVC, then you should call them and get it.

When scheduling an interview online, print out the appointment confirmation. That's the document she needs to be admitted into St. Lukes for her medical, and she also needs it for her Embassy interview.

The only thing the Embassy sends to K-1'ers is a letter notifying the beneficiary that they are eligible to schedule an interview and giving the beneficiary instructions on how to prepare for the interview. However, don't wait around for the Embassy's letter because you will waste a lot of time waiting for it. Sometimes it never arrives. Instead, get your MNL case number, pay the visa application fee, schedule an interview, and complete the medical.

If you want to read the Embassy's letter, click here.

This is very helpful. I posted somewhat same topic. Got my MNL Case no. THank you so much for the link.


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6/18/2012 Received in Dallas Lockbox

6/21/2012 Received NOA1 through email

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1/03/2013 Received NOA2

1/04/2013 Received hardcopy of NOA2

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This is very helpful. I posted somewhat same topic. Got my MNL Case no. THank you so much for the link.

You're very welcome. Best wishes to you for a smooth and speedy visa journey! :star:


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I see that your I-129F petition was approved by the USCIS on December 19. Now it seems that you have received a letter from the NVC. Does that letter have your MNL case number on it? If so, then your fiancée should pay her visa application fee at BPI, then schedule an interview online, then complete her medical.

If you have not received your MNL case number from the NVC, then you should call them and get it.

When scheduling an interview online, print out the appointment confirmation. That's the document she needs to be admitted into St. Lukes for her medical, and she also needs it for her Embassy interview.

The only thing the Embassy sends to K-1'ers is a letter notifying the beneficiary that they are eligible to schedule an interview and giving the beneficiary instructions on how to prepare for the interview. However, don't wait around for the Embassy's letter because you will waste a lot of time waiting for it. Sometimes it never arrives. Instead, get your MNL case number, pay the visa application fee, schedule an interview, and complete the medical.

If you want to read the Embassy's letter, click here.

Thaks for your help will do that! Godbless

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According to St. Luke's Medical, YOU MUST HAVE a "hard copy" of the mnl letter with the number on it before they will schedule an interview for you..,.,.I have my MNL number.,.,.,but cannot do anything until I get the "hard copy" and forward it to the Visa company handling my petition in the Philippines.,.,..St. Luke's web site says the same thing, MUST have letter or e mail with MNL number on it!!! I asked for mine Monday, requested both snail mail and e amil!!! Do not know which will get here first!

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I see that your I-129F petition was approved by the USCIS on December 19. Now it seems that you have received a letter from the NVC. Does that letter have your MNL case number on it? If so, then your fiancée should pay her visa application fee at BPI, then schedule an interview online, then complete her medical.

If you have not received your MNL case number from the NVC, then you should call them and get it.

When scheduling an interview online, print out the appointment confirmation. That's the document she needs to be admitted into St. Lukes for her medical, and she also needs it for her Embassy interview.

The only thing the Embassy sends to K-1'ers is a letter notifying the beneficiary that they are eligible to schedule an interview and giving the beneficiary instructions on how to prepare for the interview. However, don't wait around for the Embassy's letter because you will waste a lot of time waiting for it. Sometimes it never arrives. Instead, get your MNL case number, pay the visa application fee, schedule an interview, and complete the medical.

If you want to read the Embassy's letter, click here.

Thanks for sharing the Embassy Letter!

Probably the only copy we will see!

Thanks again!

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According to St. Luke's Medical, YOU MUST HAVE a "hard copy" of the mnl letter with the number on it before they will schedule an interview for you..,.,.I have my MNL number.,.,.,but cannot do anything until I get the "hard copy" and forward it to the Visa company handling my petition in the Philippines.,.,..St. Luke's web site says the same thing, MUST have letter or e mail with MNL number on it!!! I asked for mine Monday, requested both snail mail and e amil!!! Do not know which will get here first!

It will come VERY soon so go ahead and pay visa fee and make your appointments

Just allow the Manila Embassy time to receive your case file from NVC

I allowed 30 days (hope its enough) lol

Let ya know how it works out on her 29 Jan interview

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According to St. Luke's Medical, YOU MUST HAVE a "hard copy" of the mnl letter with the number on it before they will schedule an interview for you..,.,.I have my MNL number.,.,.,but cannot do anything until I get the "hard copy" and forward it to the Visa company handling my petition in the Philippines.,.,..St. Luke's web site says the same thing, MUST have letter or e mail with MNL number on it!!! I asked for mine Monday, requested both snail mail and e amil!!! Do not know which will get here first!

You do not need a hard copy of the "mnl letter" (the letter from the NVC with your MNL case number on it). St. Lukes website does not say that you need it. St. Lukes website wants K-1'ers to bring their Embassy interview appointment letter you print out when you make your interview appointment. I believe the "instruction letter from the NVC" is for people who applied for a spousal visa.

Here is what St. Lukes website says:

Appointment letter from the Embassy or Instruction letter from the National Visa Center (NVC), if available.

St. Lukes link

As a side note, the letter from the NVC which is sent to K-1'ers can also get you admitted into St. Lukes for your medical, but it is not the document St. Lukes prefers for K-1'ers. A few VJ'ers have reported that they were admitted for their medical without their interview appointment confirmation printout and without a printout of their letter from NVC which has their MNL case number on it. They simply told St. Lukes their MNL case number.


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