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What exactly is the "barcode" for I-864/DS-230?

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I would like to start working on my I-864 and DS-230. Are "barcode" physical coversheet type papers that go over the I-864 and DS-230 respectively? If that is the case, I can complete and sign these documents and simply wait for the barcode coversheet before sending the documents.

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The "bar code cover letter" is what you can print out after you've paid the invoice. Yes you can work on the packages and simply add the bar code letter to the front before sending after your invoice is paid. In fact, I recommend that you do it that way!


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The "bar code cover letter" is what you can print out after you've paid the invoice. Yes you can work on the packages and simply add the bar code letter to the front before sending after your invoice is paid. In fact, I recommend that you do it that way!

I'm wondering if I can pay the visa fee now or do I have to wait for the embassy to have the case first. I am the petitioner. Do I have to send the barcode to my fiancé after payment? Does he need this for the interview or medical?

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I'm wondering if I can pay the visa fee now or do I have to wait for the embassy to have the case first. I am the petitioner. Do I have to send the barcode to my fiancé after payment? Does he need this for the interview or medical?

Thanks

I don't think you do the same thing that a CR1/IR1 does. You don't need the barcode for the DS-230. He will have a barcode with his DS-156. I think he does it for the packet 3. He will need the DS-156 for the interview. You guys can't pay the fee until after the embassy has the case. Check out the K1 guide.

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