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Interview Letter Status Codes -- Help Please

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Ukraine
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Hello all ... my wife's parents have been formally invited to the US Embassy in Ukraine for their Interview to enter the USA. I have a few questions about the Interview Letter and the associated Document Status Codes.

1) The letter says that the applicant MUST bring Two Passport Photos ... but, the Photography code below designates a "Y" -- which means it's already been sent by NVC to the US Embassy. So, does the applicant still bring another two passport photos???

2) Similarly to #1, the letter says to bring a valid unexpired passport ... but, the Passport code below designates a "Y" -- which means it's already been sent by NVC to the US Embassy. So, does the applicant still bring the passport???

3) Some documents have a code of "F" -- which means, the NVC did not request this form or document. But, does the applicant still need to provide this?

It's a bit confusing. Can someone shed some light onto this topic for me. Thanks!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Tunisia
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It's better to be over prepared. So I would say yes for the photographs and the other documents. The passport is mandatory because that's where the visa will be stamped.

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It is not necessary to bring any documents that were already submitted to the NVC. One thing that would be brought to the embassy that wasn't submitted would be the passport, for example. But birth certs, and all that other good stuff, if the originals were sent to the NVC, they will be there for the interview. It is highly unnecessary to order new docs that you will not need. Some embassies require updated versions of the police certificate, like the one in my country for example. Here is a link with the US embassy in Ukraine;

http://ukraine.usembassy.gov/immigrant-visas.html


This does not constitute legal advice.

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