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Belgium (K1) - Question about checklist content received from US embassy

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Belgium
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Hello fellow Belgians,

Our K1 case is now at the US embassy in Brussels. I haven't received the checklist from them yet.
I'm almost done preparing the documents I will need for the next steps. However, I was reviewing the checklist below (available in the Belgian portal) and was wondering if it is still accurate?
Especially the first 3 forms : DS-230 part I, DS-156, DS-156K.

Also, there is no mention of DS-160!

Packet 3 Contains: Checklist:

- DS-230 part I
- DS-156
- DS-156K
- I-134
- Photo spec sheet + addresses of photographers
- Medical questionnaire
- Addresses of doctors for medical (3, one in Brussels, one in Antwerp, one in Luxembourg)
- Instructions for obtaining Police Certificate and Military Certificate. (Upon request they can provide you with instructions on how to obtain police records from abroad.)
- Letter to send to ministry of justice to request 'police record'
- Payment slip

To the Belgians who have been through the K1 visa process recently, what was in your checklist exactly?

Thanks for your help!

Anne

Edited by annem

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Belgium
Timeline

Your fiance (US citizen) should have received a letter from the NVC stating that your petition will be sent to the US Embassy in Belgium.
On this same letter they tell you that you can start filling the DS-160 form.

& yes those forms will be asked.

Your checklist will be in 2 parts, you can either send it all together or the 1st part and then the 2nd part. If I remember right the first part is the DS-160 Confirmation page and the DS-230 Part 1. Once you will have the other documents (2nd part), you can sign the checklist & send it. The next letter you will receive will have your Interview date on it.

You will not receive any letter beside those 2 letters (letter 1 checklist +docs , letter 2 infos + interview date)=;

Good luck! it will go fast from now on :)

Edited by Mirhen

K1

AOS

ROC

09/14/2017 : Package Sent (CSC)

09/15/2017 : Package Received (CSC)

09/15/2017 : NOA1 Date

10/12/2017 : Biometrics

--/--/---- : Interview

--/--/---- : Decision

N400

09/01/2018 : Application Sent (online)

--/--/---- NOA1 Date

--/--/---- : Biometrics

--/--/---- : Interview

--/--/---- : Decision

So it's not gonna be easy.

It's going to be really hard;

we're gonna have to work at this everyday,

but I want to do that because I want you.

I want all of you, forever, everyday.

You and me.. everyday.

___The NoteBook

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