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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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Hi experts,

I just paid the IV fees and I am in process of gathering document (for my parents). I will do the email instead of mailing original. However, I don't know what to scan and what to mail.

Here is the list and my assumption. Please help

1. Birth Certificate <--scanned
2. Marriage Certificate <--scanned
3. USC (myself) birth certficate and marriage certificate <--scanned
4. A photocopy of biographic data page of parents valid passport. <--scanned
5. Photographs <--mail in?
6. Police Certificate <--mail in?
Any hints are welcomed. Thanks so much.
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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

I'm pretty sure you are supposed to email everything because the NVC is not taking originals anymore. You bring them to your interview. Check the government website about this change.


27-09-2013: MARRIED :)

USCIS

23-10-2013: Filed I-130 (TSC)
17-05-2014: NOA2 I-130 Approved!


NVC
02-06-2014: Case arrived at NVC
20-06-2014: Case # and IIN assigned
07-07-2014: DS-261 submitted
08-07-2014: AOS fee invoiced
09-07-2014: AOS fee paid

09-07-2014: NVC said they rec'd DS-261
11-07-2014: AOS package emailed

05-08-2014: IV package emailed
03-09-2014: IV fee invoiced
03-09-2014: IV fee paid

04-09-2014: DS-260 completed

09-09-2014: Checklist Received (I-864ez form, income)
12-09-2014: checklist sent (LAST SCAN DATE)

06-11-2014: Case Complete

Last Leg of the Journey

17-11-2014: Medical (Dr Mascarenhas - Toronto)
18-12-2014: Interview (APPROVED :) )

23-12-2014: Visa Received

24-12-2014: POE (Ambassador Bridge, Detroit-about 35mins processing)

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