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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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Hello guys!

I just got a mail from the Embassy in Frankfurt. They have have got our stuff now. Its approved and we are happy :) BUT: My fiancee and me do not know what exactly to do with the Affidavit of Support, since we didn't get any instructions dealing with this forms.

So my fiancee and her father have filled out everything, they got the 1040's and W2's ready and are just waiting on me to tell them what they are supposed to do. I thought they mail them to ME, i put them into the packet 3 and send it off to Frankfurt. But somewhere i read that i have to get them checked by the NVC in the states first... is that true? I'm really confused because nobody told us to do so and if we now have to send the Affidavit of Support to the NVC in the states first, everything will be delayed :(

I mean, what do they need to check? The 1040 and W2's are issued and approved by the government... right? So is it not enough to prove that they can support me?

So now my question: Do we have to send the forms forms to the NVC or can she just send it to me (Germany) and I send it to Frankfurt with the Packet 3???

I'd really appreciate some answers or advise!

Best regards,

George!

(L) Married 03/18/14 (L)

AOS

AOS filed: 04/04/14

Files received: 04/09/14

NOA1: 04/15/14

Biometrics letter: 04/18/14

Biometrics completed: 05/13/14

EAD shipped: 06/19/14

Potential interview waiver: 07/11/14

Unsuccessful Infopass: 08/11/14

Third expedite request approved: 08/26/14

GC in production: 08/26/14

GC received: 03/09/14

Enlistment oath for the US ARMY 28/10/14

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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NVC does not do any doc intake for K-1 visa chasers.

The I-134 is usually given over on interview day, by the visa applicant.

Unsure if Frankfurt has other doc intake stuff, sorry.

Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
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According to the Embassy Information Page for Frankfurt, you have to send the Affidavit of Support to the embassy (along with the rest of your packet 3 stuff) before scheduling the interview. (#7 under WHAT FORMS SHOULD BE SENT TO THE CONSULATE?).

07/19/2011 - Met while we were both working in Kuwait

03/18/2013 - I left Kuwait at the end of my contract and returned to the States

07/19/2013 - Got engaged!

09/24/2013 - Mailed in the I-129F packet to TSC

10/01/2013 - Received NOA-1

11/05/2013 - Received NOA-2

12/02/2013 - NVC receives the paperwork

12/03/2013 - Case number assigned

12/06/2013 - Case shipped to embassy

12/29/2013 - Case received by embassy

01/02/2014 - Interview scheduled for January 15th

01/07/2014 - Medical exam

01/11/2014 - Interview pushed back to January 22nd

01/22/2014 - Had the interview, was put into AP pending more documentation

01/26/2014 - Visa approved!

03/18/2014 - She entered USA

04/04/2014 - Married!

05/01/2014 - Filed AOS

05/09/2014 - AOS NOA

06/05/2014 - RFE for tax returns I didn't have when we filed

07/06/2014 - Biometrics appt in STL

08/13/2014 - The dreaded NPIW letter

04/25/2015 - E-mail notification of Green Card Approval!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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OH! Thank you very much :3 Maybe I confused NVC with USCIS blush.png excuse me guys. So there is nothing my fiancee has to do with the filled Affidavit of Support except completing it and sending it to me, so I can submit it? Am i right? :)

I just found this on

There is a long list with all the fees and also listed is: $88 for Affidavit of Support Review (only when reviewed domestically)... so would someone explain me how this works? :) thanks a lot in advance!


According to the Embassy Information Page for Frankfurt, you have to send the Affidavit of Support to the embassy (along with the rest of your packet 3 stuff) before scheduling the interview. (#7 under WHAT FORMS SHOULD BE SENT TO THE CONSULATE?).

Exactly, thats what I thought! But does my fiancee have to get them approved somewhere BEFORE she sends them to me and BEFORE i send them off to Frankfurt?

(L) Married 03/18/14 (L)

AOS

AOS filed: 04/04/14

Files received: 04/09/14

NOA1: 04/15/14

Biometrics letter: 04/18/14

Biometrics completed: 05/13/14

EAD shipped: 06/19/14

Potential interview waiver: 07/11/14

Unsuccessful Infopass: 08/11/14

Third expedite request approved: 08/26/14

GC in production: 08/26/14

GC received: 03/09/14

Enlistment oath for the US ARMY 28/10/14

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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K-1 visa chasers pay a visa application fee somewhere - you'll be paying in Germany, somewhere, somehow.

as to the 88 buck fee - if you are reading that, then you are in the wrong place, as thats for CR-1/IR-1/CR-2/IR-2/5 visa chasers.

Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

-=-=-=-=-=R E A D ! ! !=-=-=-=-=-

Whoa Nelly ! Want NVC Info? see http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Congratulations on your approval ! We All Applaud your accomplishment with Most Wonderful Kissies !

 

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Exactly, thats what I thought! But does my fiancee have to get them approved somewhere BEFORE she sends them to me and BEFORE i send them off to Frankfurt?

No, she just needs to fill out the affidavit and send it and the supporting documents to you. You send them to the embassy, and the embassy will verify them. The supporting documents are listed in the instructions for filing out the affidavit, but it includes a letter from her employer verifying that she is employed and what her salary is, a letter from her bank confirming her accounts, tax returns, etc. That'll be enough information for the embassy to make their decision.

07/19/2011 - Met while we were both working in Kuwait

03/18/2013 - I left Kuwait at the end of my contract and returned to the States

07/19/2013 - Got engaged!

09/24/2013 - Mailed in the I-129F packet to TSC

10/01/2013 - Received NOA-1

11/05/2013 - Received NOA-2

12/02/2013 - NVC receives the paperwork

12/03/2013 - Case number assigned

12/06/2013 - Case shipped to embassy

12/29/2013 - Case received by embassy

01/02/2014 - Interview scheduled for January 15th

01/07/2014 - Medical exam

01/11/2014 - Interview pushed back to January 22nd

01/22/2014 - Had the interview, was put into AP pending more documentation

01/26/2014 - Visa approved!

03/18/2014 - She entered USA

04/04/2014 - Married!

05/01/2014 - Filed AOS

05/09/2014 - AOS NOA

06/05/2014 - RFE for tax returns I didn't have when we filed

07/06/2014 - Biometrics appt in STL

08/13/2014 - The dreaded NPIW letter

04/25/2015 - E-mail notification of Green Card Approval!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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YAY! Thank you VERY much guys! That's awesome to hear!

(L) Married 03/18/14 (L)

AOS

AOS filed: 04/04/14

Files received: 04/09/14

NOA1: 04/15/14

Biometrics letter: 04/18/14

Biometrics completed: 05/13/14

EAD shipped: 06/19/14

Potential interview waiver: 07/11/14

Unsuccessful Infopass: 08/11/14

Third expedite request approved: 08/26/14

GC in production: 08/26/14

GC received: 03/09/14

Enlistment oath for the US ARMY 28/10/14

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