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Hello, please correct me if I'm wrong or if there are more information I should know about it. Thanks in advance.

If I understand correctly, after a week of receiving my approval NOA2, I should contact the National Visa Center to confirm if they recieve my packet and then ask for my MNL case number? Should I wait for the NVC to contact me of what is needed before gathering all of the future requirement documents? I know that I need to get my I-134 form, another letter of intent marry, more evidence of on going relationships ready. However, I have no idea what need to be prepare next beside those that I listed. Should I get other stuffs ready before I recieve any letter from the NVC or the embassy? Also, will the interview has to be before the validation date? Please enlighten me. Thank you :)


07/30/14 - I-129F sent

08/06/14 - NOA 1

10/02/14 - NOA 2

10/16/14 - NVC received case

10/17/14 - Case # assigned

10/21/14 - Case left NVC to embassy

10/23/14 - Consulate Received

11/17/14 - 1st day Medical Exam at St. Luke's Clinic

11/18/14 - 2nd day Medical Examt at St. Luke's Clinic

11/24/14 - Interview Date - Approved

12/04/14 - Visa Received

01/29/14 - US Entry

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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use these links

http://visaconnection-philippines.com/#

http://www.k1-visa.net/cms/Home/After-Filing-the-K1/INTERVIEW

the instruction (documents to bring for the interview)

http://photos.state.gov/libraries/manila/1178798/packets/K1%20and%20K2%20Interview%20Preparation%20Instructions%20-%20English%20_updated%2010%20SEP%202014_.pdf

Congrats on your approval

Note: it is better to get your NBI and CENOMAR a couple of months before you interview (the recent it is, the better)

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Thank you very much :)


07/30/14 - I-129F sent

08/06/14 - NOA 1

10/02/14 - NOA 2

10/16/14 - NVC received case

10/17/14 - Case # assigned

10/21/14 - Case left NVC to embassy

10/23/14 - Consulate Received

11/17/14 - 1st day Medical Exam at St. Luke's Clinic

11/18/14 - 2nd day Medical Examt at St. Luke's Clinic

11/24/14 - Interview Date - Approved

12/04/14 - Visa Received

01/29/14 - US Entry

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Hello, please correct me if I'm wrong or if there are more information I should know about it. Thanks in advance.

If I understand correctly, after a week of receiving my approval NOA2, I should contact the National Visa Center to confirm if they recieve my packet and then ask for my MNL case number? Should I wait for the NVC to contact me of what is needed before gathering all of the future requirement documents? I know that I need to get my I-134 form, another letter of intent marry, more evidence of on going relationships ready. However, I have no idea what need to be prepare next beside those that I listed. Should I get other stuffs ready before I recieve any letter from the NVC or the embassy? Also, will the interview has to be before the validation date? Please enlighten me. Thank you :)

It usually takes a couple weeks just for USCIS to get your case file to NVC, then maybe another 7-10 days for NVC to get the MNL#. No harm in giving them a call, after all once you have the MNL # it is.....ROCK n ROLL time!!

Everything you need to do to complete the visa process is listed below in my signature, follow the flashing arrow, then click the link.

For sure get the I-134 w/tax return and W-2 plus the Letter of Intent & other evidence on its way to the Phils.

As for the validity of the petition, do worry on that, the embassy will automatically extend that up to a year.

Pop over to the Philippines forum for the rest of your process, you'll get better answers relating to USEM in Manila.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

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Thank you thank you :)


07/30/14 - I-129F sent

08/06/14 - NOA 1

10/02/14 - NOA 2

10/16/14 - NVC received case

10/17/14 - Case # assigned

10/21/14 - Case left NVC to embassy

10/23/14 - Consulate Received

11/17/14 - 1st day Medical Exam at St. Luke's Clinic

11/18/14 - 2nd day Medical Examt at St. Luke's Clinic

11/24/14 - Interview Date - Approved

12/04/14 - Visa Received

01/29/14 - US Entry

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Sorry, I have another question. If my fiance had live here, in the United States for almost a year, will he needs a police clearance here too? Thank you. :)


07/30/14 - I-129F sent

08/06/14 - NOA 1

10/02/14 - NOA 2

10/16/14 - NVC received case

10/17/14 - Case # assigned

10/21/14 - Case left NVC to embassy

10/23/14 - Consulate Received

11/17/14 - 1st day Medical Exam at St. Luke's Clinic

11/18/14 - 2nd day Medical Examt at St. Luke's Clinic

11/24/14 - Interview Date - Approved

12/04/14 - Visa Received

01/29/14 - US Entry

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Sorry, I have another question. If my fiance had live here, in the United States for almost a year, will he needs a police clearance here too? Thank you. :)

Only need police certificates anywhere he has lived outside of the usa for more than 6 months.

The states do their own background check.


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NOA1: 20/03/2014

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Interview: 09/07/2014 (111 days)

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Thank you thank you. :)


07/30/14 - I-129F sent

08/06/14 - NOA 1

10/02/14 - NOA 2

10/16/14 - NVC received case

10/17/14 - Case # assigned

10/21/14 - Case left NVC to embassy

10/23/14 - Consulate Received

11/17/14 - 1st day Medical Exam at St. Luke's Clinic

11/18/14 - 2nd day Medical Examt at St. Luke's Clinic

11/24/14 - Interview Date - Approved

12/04/14 - Visa Received

01/29/14 - US Entry

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~Moved from K1 Process to Phil Regional Forum~

~At this stage of the process, instructions/requirements are often country-specific~


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Sorry, I have another question. If my fiance had live here, in the United States for almost a year, will he needs a police clearance here too? Thank you. :)

Follow the Embassy instructions letter, in this case item "e"

http://photos.state.gov/libraries/manila/1178798/packets/K1%20and%20K2%20Interview%20Preparation%20Instructions%20-%20English%20_updated%2010%20SEP%202014_.pdf

e. OTHER COUNTRY POLICE CERTIFICATES. Applicants aged 16 years and older must also present
police certificates from other countries where they have lived for six (6) months or more after reaching the
age of 16. As with NBI clearances, foreign police certificates should be obtained in any maiden names,
aliases or nicknames used while in the country in question, including different spellings you have used of
those names. Country-specific information on how to secure police certificates is available on the State
I don't know of the United States being an exempted country, I would suggest contacting the embassy with this question as this is not a common situation for the Philippines. (I just zinged the embassy an email... see how many weeks it take for me to hear back ;) )
If you do need to get a police clearance from the United States here is the info I found:

How and where do I obtain one?

You should:

  • get a cover letter and fingerprint card from the FBI. You can download these from the FBI website or write to the address below and have them mailed to you.
  • have fingerprints taken. You can have this done by:
    • a local police department or
    • a private fingerprinting business.

(When you have your fingerprints taken, you will need photo identification.)

  • include a Certified check or money order for the fees, payable to the U.S. Treasury
  • mail the letter, fingerprints and fee payment to:

FBI, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

Attention: SCU, Mod D-2

1000 Custer Hollow Road

Clarksburg, West Virginia 26306

U.S.A.

Processing times are normally between 16 and 18 weeks. The FBI will send you a letter with the results of their record check. That letter will be your police certificate. All police certificates must be originals. Photocopies will not be accepted.

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Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

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I was thinking maybe they don't need it since it is the United States and plus the USCIS and NVC also do check on the beneficial background in the United States. Should I contact the embassy to see if they really need it since it is the USA.


07/30/14 - I-129F sent

08/06/14 - NOA 1

10/02/14 - NOA 2

10/16/14 - NVC received case

10/17/14 - Case # assigned

10/21/14 - Case left NVC to embassy

10/23/14 - Consulate Received

11/17/14 - 1st day Medical Exam at St. Luke's Clinic

11/18/14 - 2nd day Medical Examt at St. Luke's Clinic

11/24/14 - Interview Date - Approved

12/04/14 - Visa Received

01/29/14 - US Entry

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Like said earlier, I really don't know, never came across this before. For sure contact the embassy, give them a call.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

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Thanks alot..I'll call the check the embassy once I recieve my stuff..Again thanks a lot for all of the helps :)


07/30/14 - I-129F sent

08/06/14 - NOA 1

10/02/14 - NOA 2

10/16/14 - NVC received case

10/17/14 - Case # assigned

10/21/14 - Case left NVC to embassy

10/23/14 - Consulate Received

11/17/14 - 1st day Medical Exam at St. Luke's Clinic

11/18/14 - 2nd day Medical Examt at St. Luke's Clinic

11/24/14 - Interview Date - Approved

12/04/14 - Visa Received

01/29/14 - US Entry

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