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First and foremost, what type of folder should the K1 petition be sent it?

A ringed folder with the papers hole punches and binded?

Regular folder, loose papers tucked away?

Would a standard mailing flat rate envelope be sufficient?

Thanks.

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:guides: easily accessible at the top of the forum page. In particular, the Form Assembly Tips and the K1 Guide:

http://www.visajourney.com/content/assembly

From the K1 Visa Guide:

Mail the I-129F Package to the USCIS


You should mail the completed form(s) to the USCIS Dallas Lockbox. Mail the package with return receipt requested / delivery confirmation. Send via USPS.

Good luck on your immigration journey.


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http://www.uscis.gov/forms/forms-and-fees/general-tips-assembling-applications-mailing

I personally used big paperclips to hold the sections together, stuck it in a big envelope and mailed!


3/17/2014 I-129f Sent
3/20/2014 Received at Texas lockbox
3/24/2014 NOA 1
8/18/2014 Expedite requested via phone call to USCIS Tier 2 customer service representative
8/22/2014 E-mail received requested evidence for expedite
8/22/2014 Scanned and E-mailed evidence needed
8/25/2014 Text Received, NOA2 approved
8/29/2014 NOA2 Hard copy in the mail.
8/29/2014 Case shipped to NVC

9/9/2014 Received by NVC

9/11/2014 Case Number assigned by NVC

9/12/2014 Left NVC

9/17/2014 Arrived in London

9/22/2014 Medical

9/25/2014 Medical results received at the Embassy

10/6/2014 Interview!!! - APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

10/10/2014 CEAC status changed to ISSUED

10/16/2014 Visa in hand!!!

10/17/2014 POE Boston!

12/7/2014 Marriage!!!!

AOS

12/23/2014 Filed paperwork

12/30/2014 NOA 1

1/22/2015 Bio Appointment

2/10/2015 RFE (needed more proof of income for i-864a)

2/12/2015 Replied to RFE

2/18/2015 Reply to RFE received.

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I would use paper clips to separate different documents if more then one page get a large clamp top of file go to united post office use large envelope priority mail with tracking and delivery confirmation.

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First and foremost, what type of folder should the K1 petition be sent it?

A ringed folder with the papers hole punches and binded?

Regular folder, loose papers tucked away?

Would a standard mailing flat rate envelope be sufficient?

Thanks.

First of all i wish you good luck on your journey :)

Do not use staples. Use paperclips.

I had different sections with a cover page for each section. Example: G-325A, Skype logs, passport stamp and so on. Each of the sections were held together with a paperclip and than the whole packet (all the sections) was held together with a binder clip on the top. That's it. No binders and two hole punches or anything else and no extra folders before it went into the mailing envelope. I took this packet just like that to the post office, put it in a large padded envelope and mailed it like that. I did use standard mailing, it was a bit over $5.

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