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Still waiting on k1 NOA2...

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I sent my i129f in and received the NOA1 in early august. Waiting and not knowing when the NOA2 will come is hard (TSC), so I decided to do the next best thing. Applied for a 5 year visa exemption (which just got approved) and booked a ticket to go to Vietnam for valentines and tet (will be there for a month), because once shes here, I dont think i'll be going back as often anymore (id like to check out other countries with her, although we will probably still go to Vietnam once every other year for a few weeks). :D We are both extremely excited and counting down to just 99 more days. Although I will still be working remotely, i told my boss id only like to put in maybe 10-15 hours a week so i can enjoy my time there.

Which brings me to my questions,

1) Besides a copy of the packet I sent in (the i129f), my original birth certificate, paystubs, letter of employment, printing out tax information if i file by then, bank statements, and perhaps more evidence (and this time, taking a hell of a lot more pictures, since we're going to dai nam, da lat, and some other places - still in planning mode), do I have to bring anything else for her so she can prepare for the interview when that time comes?

2) I tried to get a 'certificate of single', but everywhere I called just sent me to call someone else, and eventually, they said I had to apply for a marriage certificate to show that I was not married? Would the certificate of single be helpful, or should I not worry about it?

Thanks guys.

Edited by HungNhi

Filing for the I-129F for my fiancee in Vietnam!

I-129F Sent in : July 29, 2014 , 12:29 pm

Delivered : July 30th 2014, 10:59 am - signed by K. Cottrin

Check cashed: 08/04

NOA1 email and text: 08/04

NOA1 hardcopy / official Receipt Notice (Form I-797): 08/08, notice on form dated for july 30th

NOA1 A-Number assigned: 08/05

NOA2 email and text: 03/04/2015

NOA2 letter in the mail: 03/08/2015

NVC Ready: 03/24/2015

Police Record: 4/3

passport: 4/3

certificate of single: 4/13

package 3 : 4/13

DS-160: 4/13

Medical:

K1 Visa interview: 7/24

 

I-751 Sent/Accepted: Apr-13th/Apr-16th

Check Cashed:
Noa1:

Biometric:

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You don't need a certificate of single or better known as "Certificate of Marriageability" for I-129F.

Bring her an updated copy of the Letter of Intent but dated closer to the interview date (or if you don't know the date, estimate it, or send her a copy later on). Same thing with the I-134.

I would also prepare the following and have them notarized:

1. Your 10-year residency history

2. List of your relatives and immediately family members (aka Family Relationship Form)

3. Her 10-year residency history

4. List of her relatives and immediately family members (clearly showing who is currently living in the U.S. if any)

You may or may not need those documents, but they are known to have been asked for during the interview if they suspect your relationship (221g blue sheet).

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Filed: Timeline

Sounds good. I'll be sure to get those items. Thanks!


Filing for the I-129F for my fiancee in Vietnam!

I-129F Sent in : July 29, 2014 , 12:29 pm

Delivered : July 30th 2014, 10:59 am - signed by K. Cottrin

Check cashed: 08/04

NOA1 email and text: 08/04

NOA1 hardcopy / official Receipt Notice (Form I-797): 08/08, notice on form dated for july 30th

NOA1 A-Number assigned: 08/05

NOA2 email and text: 03/04/2015

NOA2 letter in the mail: 03/08/2015

NVC Ready: 03/24/2015

Police Record: 4/3

passport: 4/3

certificate of single: 4/13

package 3 : 4/13

DS-160: 4/13

Medical:

K1 Visa interview: 7/24

 

I-751 Sent/Accepted: Apr-13th/Apr-16th

Check Cashed:
Noa1:

Biometric:

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