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I'm sure this has been listed somewhere before, but I just want post my checklist and have the members tell me if I'm missing anything. I broke it down into two sections' what my fiancee should already have and the things I'll be bringing with me when I arrive in SG.

My fiancee should already have:

· Appointment Letter

· K-Instruction Package Letter

· Duplicate Visa fee receipt, issued by HSBC or Post

· Valid passport. Copy and original. It should have at least 8 months more validity

· 2 Visa Photos, with name and birth date on back

· Justice Record Check #2, issued by the Vietnam Department of Justice office, in her district within the past year.

· Birth Certificate, original and copy

· Identification (ID) Card original and copy

· Household Registration Book. (Ho Khau) original and copy.

· Medical Examination Results: These are in envelope provided by the Panel Physician. DO NOT OPEN the envelope.

I'm bringing:

· Original signed I-134 (Affidavit of Support).

· Certified Copy or Transcripts of my most recent Federal Tax Return

· Letter from my Employer.

· Last 3 to 6 Pay Stubs

· Original or Certified Copy of my Birth Certificate

· Original or Certified Copy of Proof of Legal Termination of Marriages.

· Proof of Ongoing Relationship to include current and the initial proof I submitted, when I front loaded our petition.

Samples of emails, phone bills, IM messages, IM logs, receipts for monies or presents sent to her.

My current travel itineraries, and visa stamps from my passport.

I also need to update my timeline

Does anyone think I missed anything or need to add anything to my list?

Edited by incon3037r

K-1 Timeline

2015-01-04 :Submitted I-129F to Lewisville, TX Lockbox via USPS

2015-01-06 :Received delivery confirmation from USPS and routed to the USCIS California Service Center

2015-01-08 :NOA-1 (Received by text and email)

2015-01-12 :NOA-1 (Received official Receipt Notice)

2015-01-15 :Fiancée applied for single status certificate

2015-01-20 :Fiancée got household registration Book (Ho Khau)

2015-01-20 :Fiancée applied for Police Certificate #2 and received it the same day! Without coffee money!

2015-01-25 :Fiancée received her single status certificate

2015-01-30 :NOA-2 (Received approval in 22 days by text and email)

2015-02-04 :NOA-2 (Received official approval, Form I-797)

2015-02-17 :NVC received case

2015-02-18 :Received HCM# from NVC and case sent to Consulate
2015-02-21 :Submitted DS-160 form printed out confirmation barcode
2015-02-21 :Created online account on ustraveldocs.com/vn
2015-02-24 :Consulate Received
2015-02-24 :Paid visa fee $265
2015-02-24 :Mailed DS-160, copy of passport and 2 passport photos
2015-02-25 :Scheduled K-1 interview
2015-03-03 :Packet 3 Received, but my fiancée's name was misspelled
2015-03-03 :Did online inquiry to fix misspelled name
2015-03-15 :Correct spelling was fixed in the Consulate's system
2015-03-18 :Received updated Packet 3 with named spelled correctly
2015-03-18 :Scheduled medical exam @ Cho Ray Hospital
2015-03-26 :Medical exam and vaccinations completed
2015-04-07 :Received results from Cho Ray
2015-05-07 :Arrived in SG with I-134 and supporting documentation
2015-05-08 :Attending K-1 interview with my fiancee and she passed
2015-05-28 :Arrived at LAX and made it through customs without any problems
2015-06-06 :Got married!
2015-06-18 :Applied for SS card
2015-06-25 :Received SS card with her married name
AOS Timeline
2015-09-16 :Mailed AOS package to USCIS Chicago Lockbox
2015-09-18 :USPS delivered to Chicago Lockbox at 6:16 am
2015-09-22 :Received notification of AOS package via text and email
2015-09-24 :Check for AOS was cashed
2015-09-26 :Received three separate NOA-1 for forms I-485, I-131 and I-765
2015-10-05 :Received Biometrics appointment letter for the 14th of October @ 10 am
2015-10-14 :Completed Biometrics without any incidents
2015-11-18 :Received USCIS email/text update showing approval for I-131 and I-765 forms
2015-11-23 :Received USCIS Form I-797 in the mail
2015-11-24 :Received USCIS email/text update showing EAD/AP combo card mailed out
2016-02-19 :Received Learner's Permit from NV DMV
2016-03-18 :Received USCIS email/text update scheduling appointment for April 19th
2016-04-14 :Started working @ first job in the U.S.

2016-04-19 :Passed AOS interview

2016-04-20 :Green card being made.

2016-04-28 :Green card arrived in mail.

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Just her Ds 160 page confirmed..looking good to me ..Thank for the list .I will ready for June interview ..

Good catch, thanks! I'll add that to the duplicate Visa fee receipt from HSBC or Post


K-1 Timeline

2015-01-04 :Submitted I-129F to Lewisville, TX Lockbox via USPS

2015-01-06 :Received delivery confirmation from USPS and routed to the USCIS California Service Center

2015-01-08 :NOA-1 (Received by text and email)

2015-01-12 :NOA-1 (Received official Receipt Notice)

2015-01-15 :Fiancée applied for single status certificate

2015-01-20 :Fiancée got household registration Book (Ho Khau)

2015-01-20 :Fiancée applied for Police Certificate #2 and received it the same day! Without coffee money!

2015-01-25 :Fiancée received her single status certificate

2015-01-30 :NOA-2 (Received approval in 22 days by text and email)

2015-02-04 :NOA-2 (Received official approval, Form I-797)

2015-02-17 :NVC received case

2015-02-18 :Received HCM# from NVC and case sent to Consulate
2015-02-21 :Submitted DS-160 form printed out confirmation barcode
2015-02-21 :Created online account on ustraveldocs.com/vn
2015-02-24 :Consulate Received
2015-02-24 :Paid visa fee $265
2015-02-24 :Mailed DS-160, copy of passport and 2 passport photos
2015-02-25 :Scheduled K-1 interview
2015-03-03 :Packet 3 Received, but my fiancée's name was misspelled
2015-03-03 :Did online inquiry to fix misspelled name
2015-03-15 :Correct spelling was fixed in the Consulate's system
2015-03-18 :Received updated Packet 3 with named spelled correctly
2015-03-18 :Scheduled medical exam @ Cho Ray Hospital
2015-03-26 :Medical exam and vaccinations completed
2015-04-07 :Received results from Cho Ray
2015-05-07 :Arrived in SG with I-134 and supporting documentation
2015-05-08 :Attending K-1 interview with my fiancee and she passed
2015-05-28 :Arrived at LAX and made it through customs without any problems
2015-06-06 :Got married!
2015-06-18 :Applied for SS card
2015-06-25 :Received SS card with her married name
AOS Timeline
2015-09-16 :Mailed AOS package to USCIS Chicago Lockbox
2015-09-18 :USPS delivered to Chicago Lockbox at 6:16 am
2015-09-22 :Received notification of AOS package via text and email
2015-09-24 :Check for AOS was cashed
2015-09-26 :Received three separate NOA-1 for forms I-485, I-131 and I-765
2015-10-05 :Received Biometrics appointment letter for the 14th of October @ 10 am
2015-10-14 :Completed Biometrics without any incidents
2015-11-18 :Received USCIS email/text update showing approval for I-131 and I-765 forms
2015-11-23 :Received USCIS Form I-797 in the mail
2015-11-24 :Received USCIS email/text update showing EAD/AP combo card mailed out
2016-02-19 :Received Learner's Permit from NV DMV
2016-03-18 :Received USCIS email/text update scheduling appointment for April 19th
2016-04-14 :Started working @ first job in the U.S.

2016-04-19 :Passed AOS interview

2016-04-20 :Green card being made.

2016-04-28 :Green card arrived in mail.

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There are a few documents that have been discussed on this forum in the past. Some CO's would ask for them, some would not. But when they do and if you do not have it/them, you will get a Blue slip. It all depends on how they view your relationship (genuine or potential fraud).

1. Timeline relationship

2. 10-year residency history (petitioner and beneficiary)

3. List of relatives, their address, and phone numbers (petitioner and beneficiary)

4. Current address and phone number of ex-spouse(s)

I had all of those documents drafted up and notarized. I had my then-fiancee do the same. We brought them to the interview and no one asked to see them. Hah. YMMV.

Edited by frontgear

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ROC Journey

09 MAY 2017: Mailed I-751 to California Svc Center (CSC)

11 MAY 2017: I-751 package delivered to CSC

15 MAY 2017: NOA1 sent (got lost in the mail)

31 MAY 2017: Biometrics letter received

05 JUN 2017: Completed biometrics (walk-in)

23 JUN 2017: Received replacement copy of NOA1
 

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N-400 Journey

14 MAY 2018: Mailed N-400 to Dallas Lockbox

17 MAY 2018: Delivered to Dallas Lockbox

04 JUN 2018: Received NOA1

08 JUN 2018: Received biometrics letter

21 JUN 2018: Completed biometrics

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There are a few documents that have been discussed on this forum in the past. Some CO's would ask for them, some would not. But when they do and if you do not have it/them, you will get a Blue slip. It all depends on how they view your relationship (genuine or potential fraud).

1. Timeline relationship

2. 10-year residency history (petitioner and beneficiary)

3. List of relatives, their address, and phone numbers (petitioner and beneficiary)

4. Current address and phone number of ex-spouse(s)

I had all of those documents drafted up and notarized. I had my then-fiancee do the same. We brought them to the interview and no one asked to see them. Hah. YMMV.

I added a relationship timeline and residency history when I front loaded my petition. I guess I'll update them and create a list of my relatives, which I assume is immediate family only.

Which relatives would they want from my fiancee? I'm assuming any VK's, that are residing in the US. She'll probably just need to list her Uncle 6, Uncle 7 and her cousin who moved here last year. I can't see needing every single cousin that she may or may not have met before.

As far as my ex-spouse goes, I don't keep tabs on her and could care less where she lives or what her phone number is.


K-1 Timeline

2015-01-04 :Submitted I-129F to Lewisville, TX Lockbox via USPS

2015-01-06 :Received delivery confirmation from USPS and routed to the USCIS California Service Center

2015-01-08 :NOA-1 (Received by text and email)

2015-01-12 :NOA-1 (Received official Receipt Notice)

2015-01-15 :Fiancée applied for single status certificate

2015-01-20 :Fiancée got household registration Book (Ho Khau)

2015-01-20 :Fiancée applied for Police Certificate #2 and received it the same day! Without coffee money!

2015-01-25 :Fiancée received her single status certificate

2015-01-30 :NOA-2 (Received approval in 22 days by text and email)

2015-02-04 :NOA-2 (Received official approval, Form I-797)

2015-02-17 :NVC received case

2015-02-18 :Received HCM# from NVC and case sent to Consulate
2015-02-21 :Submitted DS-160 form printed out confirmation barcode
2015-02-21 :Created online account on ustraveldocs.com/vn
2015-02-24 :Consulate Received
2015-02-24 :Paid visa fee $265
2015-02-24 :Mailed DS-160, copy of passport and 2 passport photos
2015-02-25 :Scheduled K-1 interview
2015-03-03 :Packet 3 Received, but my fiancée's name was misspelled
2015-03-03 :Did online inquiry to fix misspelled name
2015-03-15 :Correct spelling was fixed in the Consulate's system
2015-03-18 :Received updated Packet 3 with named spelled correctly
2015-03-18 :Scheduled medical exam @ Cho Ray Hospital
2015-03-26 :Medical exam and vaccinations completed
2015-04-07 :Received results from Cho Ray
2015-05-07 :Arrived in SG with I-134 and supporting documentation
2015-05-08 :Attending K-1 interview with my fiancee and she passed
2015-05-28 :Arrived at LAX and made it through customs without any problems
2015-06-06 :Got married!
2015-06-18 :Applied for SS card
2015-06-25 :Received SS card with her married name
AOS Timeline
2015-09-16 :Mailed AOS package to USCIS Chicago Lockbox
2015-09-18 :USPS delivered to Chicago Lockbox at 6:16 am
2015-09-22 :Received notification of AOS package via text and email
2015-09-24 :Check for AOS was cashed
2015-09-26 :Received three separate NOA-1 for forms I-485, I-131 and I-765
2015-10-05 :Received Biometrics appointment letter for the 14th of October @ 10 am
2015-10-14 :Completed Biometrics without any incidents
2015-11-18 :Received USCIS email/text update showing approval for I-131 and I-765 forms
2015-11-23 :Received USCIS Form I-797 in the mail
2015-11-24 :Received USCIS email/text update showing EAD/AP combo card mailed out
2016-02-19 :Received Learner's Permit from NV DMV
2016-03-18 :Received USCIS email/text update scheduling appointment for April 19th
2016-04-14 :Started working @ first job in the U.S.

2016-04-19 :Passed AOS interview

2016-04-20 :Green card being made.

2016-04-28 :Green card arrived in mail.

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There are a few documents that have been discussed on this forum in the past. Some CO's would ask for them, some would not. But when they do and if you do not have it/them, you will get a Blue slip. It all depends on how they view your relationship (genuine or potential fraud).

1. Timeline relationship

2. 10-year residency history (petitioner and beneficiary)

3. List of relatives, their address, and phone numbers (petitioner and beneficiary)

4. Current address and phone number of ex-spouse(s)

I had all of those documents drafted up and notarized. I had my then-fiancee do the same. We brought them to the interview and no one asked to see them. Hah. YMMV.

On the current address and phone number of ex-spouse, how do i format this?Thanks

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On the current address and phone number of ex-spouse, how do i format this?Thanks

Something like this will work. Include a proof of current address (e.g.: electric bill, property tax record, etc.)

....

I, <petitioner's name>, hereby swear that the information provided below concerning my ex-spouse is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I shall take full legal responsibility under the law for any fraudulent information.

Name of ex-spouse

Address

Phone

DOB

POB

The accompanying document serves as proof of my ex-spouse's current address.

State of <state>

County of <county>

On this ___________ day of <month> <year>, before me, a Notary Public for said County and State, personally appeared <petitioner's name>, identified to me by his <state> Driver's License _________________________, to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that he executed the same.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certification first above written.

Notary Public for the State of <state>

_________________________________

Notary Signature (SEAL)

_________________________________

Name

_________________________________

Commission Expires


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ROC Journey

09 MAY 2017: Mailed I-751 to California Svc Center (CSC)

11 MAY 2017: I-751 package delivered to CSC

15 MAY 2017: NOA1 sent (got lost in the mail)

31 MAY 2017: Biometrics letter received

05 JUN 2017: Completed biometrics (walk-in)

23 JUN 2017: Received replacement copy of NOA1
 

ZjMTm5.png

N-400 Journey

14 MAY 2018: Mailed N-400 to Dallas Lockbox

17 MAY 2018: Delivered to Dallas Lockbox

04 JUN 2018: Received NOA1

08 JUN 2018: Received biometrics letter

21 JUN 2018: Completed biometrics

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Something like this will work. Include a proof of current address (e.g.: electric bill, property tax record, etc.)

....

I, <petitioner's name>, hereby swear that the information provided below concerning my ex-spouse is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I shall take full legal responsibility under the law for any fraudulent information.

Name of ex-spouse

Address

Phone

DOB

POB

The accompanying document serves as proof of my ex-spouse's current address.

State of <state>

County of <county>

On this ___________ day of <month> <year>, before me, a Notary Public for said County and State, personally appeared <petitioner's name>, identified to me by his <state> Driver's License _________________________, to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that he executed the same.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certification first above written.

Notary Public for the State of <state>

_________________________________

Notary Signature (SEAL)

_________________________________

Name

_________________________________

Commission Expires

You are awesome ,thank you

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