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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia

As the USCIS approved the petition and it sent to the embassy, who is required to send all the forms such as visa application and affidavit of support to the Embassy before the schedule interview, the petitioner or the beneficiary?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia

The petitioner basically get all the paper from USCIS even the interview appointment. Personally, when i did it, my so called fiancee did not do anything beside waiting for all the paper from me. Well, I just asked her to get her personal doc ready. Such as birth certificate, passport photo, shot record, criminal record etc... then once I get all the packet, i then mail express to her. Of course always make a backup of all doc and mail her the original. U can even go online to check her interview date.

During the interview, make sure she arrive an hour early. Get ready to answer unpredictable tricky questions, those interviewer will speak Khmer to her. They will ask two different questions but the answer is only one. If question A u answer cat, and question b u answer dog, then they think ur lying. stick with the cat answer lol. Answer only what they ask, don't goes non-stop. Most importantly, eyes contact. DO NOT give out information or talk too much while ur waiting. Those ppl u talk to could be a detective.

There's a lot of seller (marketing) to help her pass the test.. it's just BS... It's on depend on her and the interviewer mood. If she need time to think of the asnswer, ask the interviewer to repeat the question or say you cannot understand.. That's what my wife did.

Make sure she knew where u live, your work, income, how many sibling u have etc..

Edited by khmerguy

VSC K1 & N400 Timeline:

1/05/2009 Sent I-129F, G-325A + other documents as required. $455 fee
1/09/2009 NOA1 Petitioner received
4/30/2009 NOA2 Petitioner received (approved in 105 days from NOA1 3.5months)
6/08/2009 Packet 3 Petitioner received
6/20/2009 Packet 4 Petitioner received, mail everything from above forms & I-134 plus other doc as required for beneficiary
7/23/2009 Interview @ 7am, Interview passed- visa pick up July 31st
9/13/2009 Arrived in JFK
9/15/2009 Applied for Marriage License $40
9/29/2009 Applied SSN (bring SS-5, Passport, & I-94). Went to local County District Court for Marriage License $38.50 fee... Officially Marriage. Received SS card in less then 2 weeks. 2 weeks later, apply for State Photo ID
10/22/2009 Mail AOS forms (I-485,G-325A,I-864,I-131, I-765, plus support doc) $1,010 fee
10/29/2009 I-797C, NOA (I-485, I-131, and I-765)
11/16/2009 I-797C, NOA, I-485 transfer to CSC - No interview
11/24/2009 Biometrics App't (I-485, I-765)
12/14/2009 I-131 Approved
12/17/2009 I-765 Approved
12/22/2009 I-485 Approval letter/Welcome to America
08/22/2011 Letter from USCIS reminding to file I-751
09/01/2011 2nd notice from USCIS reminding to file I-751
09/26/2011 Mail I-751 w/supporting doc
10/03/2011 Check cleared
10/03/2011 I-797C, NOA
11/07/2011 USCIS App't
11/07/2011 Approved
06/20/2012 GC Arrived
01/30/2013 Mail N-400, G-1145, & supporting doc
02/20/2013 Fingerprint App't
04/16/2013 Interview - PASSED

04/29/2013 Naturalization Oath Ceremony at 2pm

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia

Ah thank you. Yeah, I'm currently just waiting for my NOA1. Filled it on the 11st of this month. And We don't need to send the birth certificate and other stuffs with the packet right?

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China

Ah thank you. Yeah, I'm currently just waiting for my NOA1. Filled it on the 11st of this month. And We don't need to send the birth certificate and other stuffs with the packet right?

Consider checking the specific requirements of the interviewing embassy/consulate.

Good luck.

Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

"Si vis amari, ama" - Seneca




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