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Just Got NOA 2 for CR-1 -Dominican Republic. What Now??

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Hi All,

I just received the NOA 2 for my application for a CR-1 visa for my wife in the Dominican Republic. I am a bit confused as to what happens next as well as what I need to do next. my understanding is that the NVC will mail review and send it to the embassy in the Dominican Republic and me support affidavid and some other forms. Any more solid information to help us along would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and I look forward to your responses!!

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Congrats.. I would highly suggest you gather all required documentation and get ready for your interview.. Below are the links thst you SHOULD familiarize yourself with.. Good luck on your journey..

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

http://www.visajourney.com/content/nvc-case-status

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/486029-nvc-guides-faqs/

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Thank you for the advice. I do need some clarification on something I am not clear on.Will I need to have my wife's birth certificate, Passport cover page, and our marriage license translated into English from Spanish to send into the NVC. I did include translations with my original petition. The website of the embassy in the Dominican Republic site says that for the interview the must be in English or Spanish. I just was not clear on whether or not I will need that to send into the NVS. Thank you!

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Hi All,

I just received the NOA 2 for my application for a CR-1 visa for my wife in the Dominican Republic. I am a bit confused as to what happens next as well as what I need to do next. my understanding is that the NVC will mail review and send it to the embassy in the Dominican Republic and me support affidavid and some other forms. Any more solid information to help us along would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and I look forward to your responses!!

Congrats:-) was your case expidited? I noticed you got approved in a matter of weeks:-)

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Thank you for the advice. I do need some clarification on something I am not clear on.Will I need to have my wife's birth certificate, Passport cover page, and our marriage license translated into English from Spanish to send into the NVC. I did include translations with my original petition. The website of the embassy in the Dominican Republic site says that for the interview the must be in English or Spanish. I just was not clear on whether or not I will need that to send into the NVS. Thank you!

Yes! ensure to have it translated and get it notarized...

Edited by Gracenp2

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you don't need to translate any document sent to nvc, not waste money on translations, birth certificate , marriage and divorce of the beneficiary must be original unextended and legalized.

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you don't need to translate any document sent to nvc, not waste money on translations, birth certificate , marriage and divorce of the beneficiary must be original unextended and legalized.

No translation needed?? That's terrific. But it must the original or legalized copy, correct? A bit nervous to send the originals to NVC but I will if that is what is called for.

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