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Hi everyone,

I'm just on the verge of putting together all required documents for the I-130 then I-129F for the K-3 visa.

Does anyone have any tips for sending these documents through the post? Should I buy a paper folder with all the correct documents ordered in the correct manner, paper clipped perhaps? Or should I send something like a plastic folder/organizer with inserts inside with documents ordered correctly.

I'm just curious if there is a better way out there than what I'm thinking at the moment, I'd really appreciate any feedback.


IR-1 Visa

1/09/14 I-130 Packet sent to USCIS Chicago Lockbox

1/20/14 - I-130 Forwarded to USCIS Texas

1/24/14 - NOA1 I-130

5/28/14 - NOA2 I-130

6/11/14 - NVC Receives Case

7/7/14 - Case # Received

7/18/14 - DS-261 Sent In

7/18/14 - AOS Invoiced and Paid

7/22/14 - AOS Package sent

8/01/14 - AOS Documents Received/Scanned

9/04/14 - IV Fee Invoiced

9/10/14 - IV Fee Shows Paid

9/13/14 - IV Package Sent

9/13/14 - DS-260 Completed

9/22/14 - IV Package Received/Scanned

10/21/14 - Both packages reviewed

10/21/14 - Check listed

10/22/14 - Revised Document (I-864A) Sent off via USPS Express Next Day Delivery

12/22/14 - Case Completed

12-30-14 - Interview Date Given

02/17/15 - Medical

2/27/15 - Interview Date

Xxxxxxx - Point of Entry

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don't bother with the organizer or inserts, they'd just be torn apart and put they way they want everything. Just put it in order, label clearly and send away in an envelope with paper or binder clips. For the NVC it would be a not bad idea to send the marriage certificate and birth certificate in plastic sleeves. The USCIS and NVC will two hole punch the top and put items in the order they want in a folder like this:


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