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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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We are compiling the documents for my fiance to bring to the medical exam. I'm not sure of one item on the list (http://www.slec.ph/us-visa-applicants.shtml#kvisa).

  1. Letter of Case Number

    If Letter of Case Number was received via email, print 3 copies for the principal applicant and 2 copies for each derivative.
    • Principal Applicant - original & 2 photocopies
    • Derivative - 2 photocopies

Is this the letter sent from the embassy to my fiance, or is it the letter the petitioner (me) received from the NVC with the case number (MNL2014000000).

Thanks!


Same sex fiancé K1 petition (Filipino/American)2014-06-30 - I-129F UPS package received Lewisville, TX2014-07-02 - NOA 1 issued, received paper copy 7/102014-07-03 - Check converted to EFT and processed2014-07-08 - Status change from acceptance to review (via USCIS receipt look up)2014-10-01 - RFE issued (via text, email, no details)2014-10-07 - RFE received (via USPS)2014-10-08 - Requested evidence sent overnight (via USPS)2014-10-10 - Status change to RFE response review (via text - twice! - from 2 different phone numbers, email)2014-10-16 - NOA 2 issued: Approved! (via text, and email)2014-10-20 - Received NAO 2 paper certificate2014-10-21 - Received notice of post decision activity: case shipped to NVC2014-11-04 - Received letter from NVC with embassy case number 2014-11-30 - DS-160 completed, electronic confirmation page received2014-12-05 - Interviewed scheduled (2015-01-06)2015-01-06 - Interview: Approved!2015-02-02 - POE Boston<p>2015-02-13 - Married before Justice of the Peace !

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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- 4pcs of 2x2 Visa pic (write ur name at the back)
- Passport
- 2 copies of Passport biopage
- 2 copies of SLEC registration
- 2 copies of USEM appointment
- 2 copies of NVC letter or Screenshot of your MCN ready status
- Black Ballpen

Edited by lobos1369

09.06.14- Sent I-129f

09.11.14- NOA1 email

09.15.14- Alien Reg. changed

11.18.14- NOA2

02.02.15- Interview at US Embassy 

02.24.15 - POE San Francisco CA.

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We are compiling the documents for my fiance to bring to the medical exam. I'm not sure of one item on the list (http://www.slec.ph/us-visa-applicants.shtml#kvisa).

  • Letter of Case Number

    If Letter of Case Number was received via email, print 3 copies for the principal applicant and 2 copies for each derivative.

  • Principal Applicant - original & 2 photocopies
  • Derivative - 2 photocopies
Is this the letter sent from the embassy to my fiance, or is it the letter the petitioner (me) received from the NVC with the case number (MNL2014000000).

Thanks!

Its a letter from NVC with MNL case #... Bring three copies for sure...


***K-1 Visa***

MAY 01, 2014: Met in person and got Engaged!
JULY 01, 2014: Sent I-129F Packet to Dallas Lockbox
JULY 04, 2014: Received via USPS Tracking
JULY 09, 2014: USCIS received the case - route to CSC - notified via email/text
JULY 10, 2014: NOA1 Hardcopy received and ARN changed
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014: Approved!!! (via USCIS site)...yipeee!!!! (80 days from NOA1)
OCTOBER 01, 2014: Got NOA2 Hardcopy
OCTOBER 15, 2014: Called NVC and got our MNL case # (19 days after approval)
OCTOBER 20, 2014: Paid the visa fee (BPI)
OCTOBER 22, 2014: Case status "In Transit". Completed and submitted DS-160 Form
OCTOBER 23, 2014: CEAC status "READY"
OCTOBER 30, 2014: Received NVC Letter thru mail (letter dated October 21st)
NOVEMBER 17, 2014: Medical (SLEC) - Result "Passed"
NOVEMBER 21, 2014: Received letter from US Embassy (Manila)
NOVEMBER 24, 2014: Interview - Result "Approved" :thumbs:
NOVEMBER 26, 2014: CEAC status "Administrative Processing"
NOVEMBER 28, 2014: CEAC status "ISSUED" :dance:
DECEMBER 02, 2014: Got text message from 2GO courier that my US Visa is ready to pick up :wow:
DECEMBER 06, 2014: Got my Visa. :dancing:
DECEMBER 15, 2014: CFO Seminar (didn't get my certificate and sticker - the counselor wanted to have copies of chat logs and I forgot to bring, huhuhu)
DECEMBER 19, 2014: Follow up seminar with CFO... Got my CFO certificate and seminar
DECEMBER 26, 2014: POE - San Francisco, CA (L) (L)
DECEMBER 30, 2014: Courthouse Wedding

JANUARY 15, 2015: Got my SS card (with my married name)

***AOS, EAD & AP***

MARCH 12, 2015: Sent AOS, EAD & AP packet via USPS (Express Mail)

MARCH 13, 2015: Packet delivered & signed (via USPS tracking)

MARCH 18, 2015: Receipt notice from USCIS (via text message and email)

MARCH 23, 2015: Received NOA's in mail

APRIL 04, 2015 : Received Biometrics Appointment Notice via mail

APRIL 14, 2015 : Biometrics (in Oakland)

APRIL 23, 2015 : Case Is Ready To Be Scheduled For An Interview

APRIL 29, 2015 : Received letter from USCIS for my initial interview

MAY 27, 2015 : EAD and AP is approved

MAY 29, 2015 : Interview.... APPROVED!!!

JUNE 04, 2015 : EAD/AP combo card received

JUNE 07, 2015 : GC received!!!

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Thanks much!


Same sex fiancé K1 petition (Filipino/American)2014-06-30 - I-129F UPS package received Lewisville, TX2014-07-02 - NOA 1 issued, received paper copy 7/102014-07-03 - Check converted to EFT and processed2014-07-08 - Status change from acceptance to review (via USCIS receipt look up)2014-10-01 - RFE issued (via text, email, no details)2014-10-07 - RFE received (via USPS)2014-10-08 - Requested evidence sent overnight (via USPS)2014-10-10 - Status change to RFE response review (via text - twice! - from 2 different phone numbers, email)2014-10-16 - NOA 2 issued: Approved! (via text, and email)2014-10-20 - Received NAO 2 paper certificate2014-10-21 - Received notice of post decision activity: case shipped to NVC2014-11-04 - Received letter from NVC with embassy case number 2014-11-30 - DS-160 completed, electronic confirmation page received2014-12-05 - Interviewed scheduled (2015-01-06)2015-01-06 - Interview: Approved!2015-02-02 - POE Boston<p>2015-02-13 - Married before Justice of the Peace !

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We are compiling the documents for my fiance to bring to the medical exam. I'm not sure of one item on the list (http://www.slec.ph/us-visa-applicants.shtml#kvisa).

  1. Letter of Case Number

    If Letter of Case Number was received via email, print 3 copies for the principal applicant and 2 copies for each derivative.

    • Principal Applicant - original & 2 photocopies
    • Derivative - 2 photocopies

Is this the letter sent from the embassy to my fiance, or is it the letter the petitioner (me) received from the NVC with the case number (MNL2014000000).

Thanks!

The latter


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

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I have a quick question. My fiance is putting together items for her medical. We are curious. Do they want the original letter? Or can she just use the photocopies I sent her? For the case letter that is.

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I have a quick question. My fiance is putting together items for her medical. We are curious. Do they want the original letter? Or can she just use the photocopies I sent her? For the case letter that is.

I'm pretty sure that they only need to see something official with the case number on it. I think they will even accept a screenshot of the case status...as long as it has the MNL2014000000 number.

I emailed a scanned PDF of the letter. He will print out copies to bring to the exam.


Same sex fiancé K1 petition (Filipino/American)2014-06-30 - I-129F UPS package received Lewisville, TX2014-07-02 - NOA 1 issued, received paper copy 7/102014-07-03 - Check converted to EFT and processed2014-07-08 - Status change from acceptance to review (via USCIS receipt look up)2014-10-01 - RFE issued (via text, email, no details)2014-10-07 - RFE received (via USPS)2014-10-08 - Requested evidence sent overnight (via USPS)2014-10-10 - Status change to RFE response review (via text - twice! - from 2 different phone numbers, email)2014-10-16 - NOA 2 issued: Approved! (via text, and email)2014-10-20 - Received NAO 2 paper certificate2014-10-21 - Received notice of post decision activity: case shipped to NVC2014-11-04 - Received letter from NVC with embassy case number 2014-11-30 - DS-160 completed, electronic confirmation page received2014-12-05 - Interviewed scheduled (2015-01-06)2015-01-06 - Interview: Approved!2015-02-02 - POE Boston<p>2015-02-13 - Married before Justice of the Peace !

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I emailed a scanned PDF of the letter. He will print out copies to bring to the exam.

Yes I did the same for my fiance. She is printing out multiple copies. I am flying her to manila on the 14th so I wanted to make sure I didn't need to rush mail the original to her :dance:

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I have a quick question. My fiance is putting together items for her medical. We are curious. Do they want the original letter? Or can she just use the photocopies I sent her? For the case letter that is.

Photo copies are just fine.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

HandArrow.gif       Visa Process at USEM for the Philippines;  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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The SLEC staff do ask for a photocopy of an official letter (from USEM or NVC) indicating the MNL case # but in my case, I told the staff person that I don't have an official letter with the case # (the USEM letter arrived after my medical) because I got my case # from NVC over the phone.

So if SLEC asks for a letter with case # but you don't have it, just say you got the case # over the phone by calling NVC.


Check my timeline for K-1 visa & AOS details

Conditional Permanent Resident: 16 September 2014

Conditional GC Expires: 16 September 2016

ROC Journey (CA Service Center)

2016-Sep-14: I-751 form, check, supporting docs sent USPS Priority Express

2016-Sep-15: ROC application received & signed for by Lakelieh

2016-Sep-15: NOA receipt date

2016-Sep-19: $590 check cashed by USCIS

2016-Sep-20: NOA/ 1-year extension letter received in mail

2018-Feb-26: ROC case transferred to local office

2018-Mar-06: ROC approved via USCIS website (WAC status check)

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Does this letter get mailed to petitioner from NVC and beneficiary from USEM?


Current Status: Ready for Interview

K1 Visa

I-129F Sent : 2014-09-19

I-129F NOA1 : 2014-09-26

I-129F RFE(s) : Nope

RFE Reply(s) : N/A

I-129F NOA2 : 2014-10-30

NVC Received : 2014-11-10

NVC Left: ?

Consulate Received : 2014-12-03

Packet 3 Received : Nope

Packet 3 Sent : Nope

Packet 4 Received : Nope

Interview Date : 2014-01-14

Interview Result : APPROVED!

Visa Received : 2014-01-24 , yesss!

CFO:

US Entry :

Marriage :

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Does this letter get mailed to petitioner from NVC and beneficiary from USEM?

Petitioner will get a letter from NVC. If the beneficiary schedules her interview online (which is best) then she simply prints out the confirmation page at the end of the process (don't forget USEM will want a copy later also, so print enough). You can have a confirmation emailed at the end of the scheduling process also.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

HandArrow.gif       Visa Process at USEM for the Philippines;  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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