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what to send to fiancee after noa 2?

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My fiancée received a full copy of the I129F petition with the supplements. No copies of supporting evidence that was sent along with it. It took about 2 months to receive it from NOA2.

It's not required for the interview, but it would be nice for her to have a copy to prepare for it.

Read Hank's guide to help you after receiving NOA2:

http://visaconnection-philippines.com/

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I can only offer my experience with my gal. I found it to be in my best interest to send her a (copy) complete I-129f package that I submitted to her to accomplany(sp?) her for her interview. And, the interviewer did ask her question(s) that my copy of documents did help. Best of luck!

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