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Hi all, just a quick question!

I received a letter yesterday with my visa interview (November 6th at 8am)

I followed the instructions on the letter to register and pay the K Visa Fees, and after I tried to enter my Consular appointment and time for London, but it only had the appointment time slots from 9am on the drop down menu, but obviously my letter says my appointment is at 8am, I was just wondering if anyone else had just put 9am, or what else to do? I'm definitely on the immigrant part of the site.

Any answers would be great! Thank you :)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hi all, just a quick question!

I received a letter yesterday with my visa interview (November 6th at 8am)

I followed the instructions on the letter to register and pay the K Visa Fees, and after I tried to enter my Consular appointment and time for London, but it only had the appointment time slots from 9am on the drop down menu, but obviously my letter says my appointment is at 8am, I was just wondering if anyone else had just put 9am, or what else to do? I'm definitely on the immigrant part of the site.

Any answers would be great! Thank you :)

I had the same problem, and I just put it down as 9:00AM. I don't think this will be a problem.

Also, do we need to print the receipt out and take it as proof of payment on the interview day?


12 May 2014: Mailed 129F packet to Dallas lockbox

21 May 2014: NOA1 from TSC

18 Sep 2014: NOA2

23 Sep 2014: Case sent to NVC

30 Sep 2014: NVC received + case number generated

06 Oct 2014: Left NVC

08 Oct 2014: Medical exam

09 Oct 2014: Case reached embassy in London

09 Oct 2014: DS-160 and Applicant Readiness form submitted

21 Oct 2014: Interview letter received

29 Oct 2014: Interview --> Approved!

07 Nov 2014: Visa in hand

08 Nov 2014: LHR --> BOS [Finally!!]

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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I had the same problem, and I just put it down as 9:00AM. I don't think this will be a problem.

Also, do we need to print the receipt out and take it as proof of payment on the interview day?

I sent one of those contact forms to the London Consulate this morning and they just responded back via email saying that it's okay select 9am but you must be there for 8am, that's a relief :) And I believe we need a copy of the receipt (for the MRV fee) and a copy of the 'home delivery' receipt if you choose to pay for that extra!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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I sent one of those contact forms to the London Consulate this morning and they just responded back via email saying that it's okay select 9am but you must be there for 8am, that's a relief :) And I believe we need a copy of the receipt (for the MRV fee) and a copy of the 'home delivery' receipt if you choose to pay for that extra!

What is MRV? I just printed out the payment confirmation that I got in the end on that site. Is that the one?


12 May 2014: Mailed 129F packet to Dallas lockbox

21 May 2014: NOA1 from TSC

18 Sep 2014: NOA2

23 Sep 2014: Case sent to NVC

30 Sep 2014: NVC received + case number generated

06 Oct 2014: Left NVC

08 Oct 2014: Medical exam

09 Oct 2014: Case reached embassy in London

09 Oct 2014: DS-160 and Applicant Readiness form submitted

21 Oct 2014: Interview letter received

29 Oct 2014: Interview --> Approved!

07 Nov 2014: Visa in hand

08 Nov 2014: LHR --> BOS [Finally!!]

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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That's the one :)

Great! Thanks. And good luck on the 6th :)


12 May 2014: Mailed 129F packet to Dallas lockbox

21 May 2014: NOA1 from TSC

18 Sep 2014: NOA2

23 Sep 2014: Case sent to NVC

30 Sep 2014: NVC received + case number generated

06 Oct 2014: Left NVC

08 Oct 2014: Medical exam

09 Oct 2014: Case reached embassy in London

09 Oct 2014: DS-160 and Applicant Readiness form submitted

21 Oct 2014: Interview letter received

29 Oct 2014: Interview --> Approved!

07 Nov 2014: Visa in hand

08 Nov 2014: LHR --> BOS [Finally!!]

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hi all, just a quick question!

I received a letter yesterday with my visa interview (November 6th at 8am)

I followed the instructions on the letter to register and pay the K Visa Fees, and after I tried to enter my Consular appointment and time for London, but it only had the appointment time slots from 9am on the drop down menu, but obviously my letter says my appointment is at 8am, I was just wondering if anyone else had just put 9am, or what else to do? I'm definitely on the immigrant part of the site.

Any answers would be great! Thank you :)

I was thinking exactly the same thing last night! Also we have the same interview date and time! :)


12.31.2013 - Got engaged!

01.27.2014 - I-129f sent

01.31.2014 - I-129f received

02.04.2014 - NOA1

04.09.2014 - Alien Reg changed

07.10.2014 - Contacted Senator

07.18.2014 - Case with an officer, security checks begin!

08.08.2014 - Update on case, processing hold w/security checks :-(

09.09.2014 - Update on case, SECURITY CHECKS COMPLETE!! case routed to an officer again.

09.12.2014 - NOA2 (221 DAYS FROM NOA1- Shocking USCIS!)

09.17.2014 - Case sent to NVC

09.25.2014 - Case arrived at NVC

09.26.2014 - Case forwarded to London embassy

10.06.2014 - Case arrived at London embassy, status "Ready"

10.06.2014 - Applicant readiness form submitted and DS-160

10.08.2014 - Medical appointment

11.12.2014 - Interview - APPROVED!

11.18.2014 - Visa Issued

11.20.2014 - DX courier emailed for delivery on 11.21.2014

11.29.2014 - POE

12.27.2014 - Civil Ceremony

05.24.2015 - The big fancy wedding with a church blessing!!

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