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Hi! I am preparing a list of what my fiancé needs to send me before my interview. Is there anything that I need to add here?

1. Complete copy of the K1 packet

2. Updated Letter of Intent to Marry-Signed and Dated

3. I-134 Affidavit of Support Form –Original and Signed

4. U.S. Federal income tax return (Form 1040)

5. Wage statements (Form W-2)

6. Employment letter stating salary

7. Bank statements -Date account opened, total amount deposited for the past year, and present balance

8. Recent pay stubs

The only original documents are the updated letter of intent to marry and I-134 Affidavit of Support Form and the others are copies. Is that right or should he also send the original employment letter and bank statements?

Does my fiance need to send me a copy of our NOA2?

For the income tax return, should it only be the most recent one? Some suggested to put for the last 3 years.

How many months of pay stubs would be sufficient?

Thank you! :)


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October 23, 2014: NOA2 APPROVED!!!

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December 10, 2014: CEAC status "Ready"

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December 20, 2014: Received a text from 2GO that passport is ready for pickup

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June 29, 2015: AP approved (Day 75)

June 30, 2015: EAD approved (Day 76)

July 3, 2015: Case status was updated online (reflecting the approval of EAD/AP) (Day 79)

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July 17, 2015: Combo card received-17 days from approval (Day 93)

July 29, 2015: Notice of Potential Interview Waiver letter received in the mail (Day 105)

September 24, 2015: Green card received!!! Yay! (Day 162)

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ur passport, ur nso. police clearance. nbi clearance, 2x2 pics 4pcs. your proof or bonafied relationships.. like picture album of you together, receipts on restaurant u go with.his ticket or itenerary when he visit you,, boarding pass. and everything that shows u met in person.

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copy of divorce decree if u have

We've never been married before, but thank you for your reply! :)

ur passport, ur nso. police clearance. nbi clearance, 2x2 pics 4pcs. your proof or bonafied relationships.. like picture album of you together, receipts on restaurant u go with.his ticket or itenerary when he visit you,, boarding pass. and everything that shows u met in person.

Hi! Yes, my fiancé will send me a copy of our I-129 packet-we have our proof of ongoing relationship there. And I have the other documents with me. Thanks. :)


Our K1 Visa Journey (L)

September 22, 2014: I-129F Packet sent via USPS Express Mail

September 24, 2014: I-129F received by USCIS

September 26, 2014: NOA1 received via email and text

October 3, 2014: NOA1 hardcopy received and Alien Registration number changed

October 23, 2014: NOA2 APPROVED!!!

October 28, 2014: NOA2 hardcopy received

November 6, 2014: NVC received and case number assigned

November 13, 2014: CEAC status "In Transit" (I was so happy to see it changed from "At NVC" to this status!)

November 14, 2014: CEAC status "Ready"

November 25 and 26, 2014: SLEC Medical Exam

December 10, 2014: Interview- APPROVED!!!

December 10, 2014: CEAC status "Ready"

December 15, 2014: CEAC status "AP"

December 17, 2014: CEAC status "ISSUED"

December 20, 2014: Received a text from 2GO that passport is ready for pickup

December 22, 2014: VISA IN HAND! (Exactly 3 months after sending our I-129F petition)

January 22, 2015: POE

March 14, 2015: OUR WEDDING DAY (L)(L) (L)

AOS

April 15, 2015: Filed AOS/EAD/AP

April 16, 2015: Package delivered and signed for (Day 1)

April 20, 2015: NOA1 received via email and text (Day 5)

April 25, 2015: NOA1 hardcopies received (Day 10)

May 2, 2015: Biometrics notice received (Day 17)

May 13, 2015: Biometrics completed (Day 28)

June 29, 2015: AP approved (Day 75)

June 30, 2015: EAD approved (Day 76)

July 3, 2015: Case status was updated online (reflecting the approval of EAD/AP) (Day 79)

July 6, 2015: EAD approval received in the mail (Day 82)

July 17, 2015: Combo card received-17 days from approval (Day 93)

July 29, 2015: Notice of Potential Interview Waiver letter received in the mail (Day 105)

September 24, 2015: Green card received!!! Yay! (Day 162)

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Hi! I am preparing a list of what my fiancé needs to send me before my interview. Is there anything that I need to add here?

1. Complete copy of the K1 packet

2. Updated Letter of Intent to Marry-Signed and Dated

3. I-134 Affidavit of Support Form –Original and Signed

4. U.S. Federal income tax return (Form 1040)

5. Wage statements (Form W-2)

6. Employment letter stating salary

7. Bank statements -Date account opened, total amount deposited for the past year, and present balance

8. Recent pay stubs

The only original documents are the updated letter of intent to marry and I-134 Affidavit of Support Form and the others are copies. Is that right or should he also send the original employment letter and bank statements?

Does my fiance need to send me a copy of our NOA2?

For the income tax return, should it only be the most recent one? Some suggested to put for the last 3 years.

How many months of pay stubs would be sufficient?

Thank you! :)

Use the embassy instructions letter as your checklist, have EVERYTHING listed there and all should be fine for the interview.

As stated in the embassy instructions letter - the most recent tax return. (not 3 years)

We've never been married before, but thank you for your reply! :)

Hi! Yes, my fiancé will send me a copy of our I-129 packet-we have our proof of ongoing relationship there. And I have the other documents with me. Thanks. :)

Copy of the I-129F petition package is not needed, the embassy has the original case file.

On another topic- CFO, make an extra copy of the tax return to show you filed single as they will ask to see a copy being you have never been married. (make sure to blacken out the SSN and other sensitive info before giving to CFO)


Hank

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Thanks, Hank! :)


Our K1 Visa Journey (L)

September 22, 2014: I-129F Packet sent via USPS Express Mail

September 24, 2014: I-129F received by USCIS

September 26, 2014: NOA1 received via email and text

October 3, 2014: NOA1 hardcopy received and Alien Registration number changed

October 23, 2014: NOA2 APPROVED!!!

October 28, 2014: NOA2 hardcopy received

November 6, 2014: NVC received and case number assigned

November 13, 2014: CEAC status "In Transit" (I was so happy to see it changed from "At NVC" to this status!)

November 14, 2014: CEAC status "Ready"

November 25 and 26, 2014: SLEC Medical Exam

December 10, 2014: Interview- APPROVED!!!

December 10, 2014: CEAC status "Ready"

December 15, 2014: CEAC status "AP"

December 17, 2014: CEAC status "ISSUED"

December 20, 2014: Received a text from 2GO that passport is ready for pickup

December 22, 2014: VISA IN HAND! (Exactly 3 months after sending our I-129F petition)

January 22, 2015: POE

March 14, 2015: OUR WEDDING DAY (L)(L) (L)

AOS

April 15, 2015: Filed AOS/EAD/AP

April 16, 2015: Package delivered and signed for (Day 1)

April 20, 2015: NOA1 received via email and text (Day 5)

April 25, 2015: NOA1 hardcopies received (Day 10)

May 2, 2015: Biometrics notice received (Day 17)

May 13, 2015: Biometrics completed (Day 28)

June 29, 2015: AP approved (Day 75)

June 30, 2015: EAD approved (Day 76)

July 3, 2015: Case status was updated online (reflecting the approval of EAD/AP) (Day 79)

July 6, 2015: EAD approval received in the mail (Day 82)

July 17, 2015: Combo card received-17 days from approval (Day 93)

July 29, 2015: Notice of Potential Interview Waiver letter received in the mail (Day 105)

September 24, 2015: Green card received!!! Yay! (Day 162)

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@ Hank What about the email/mail letter notification (case #) from the NVC, does my fiance need to send the original for my interview?

No. Not needed at all for the interview. St. Luke's like to see a copy (just a copy not the original) or two when it's available.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

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Oh okay thank you Hank! Btw regarding the question # 10 on his AOS/ l-134f, (i have submitted a visa petition to USCIS on behalf of the following person/s), does the question pertaining the current petition and list my name, relationship and the date submitted? Because my fiance stated "none".

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