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Hi all! On March 27 I was sent my NOA2 and told that the NVC had received my fiancee's approved I-129F petition. I read that it would take a couple of weeks for them to send out packet #3. It's been about 6 weeks now and we still haven't received packet 3. Online it shows that we are "ready" to make an appointment with the MTL consulate. I had read that some people were able to fill out the information for packet 3 online and then they were able to email or mail it off. Is there any way we can download this information and send out packet 3, without actually having to receive that information in hand? We are just concerned.. since we plan on getting married soon and we want this to move as quickly as possible.

Any help is appreciated! Thank you!

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Hmm, sometimes they send packet 3 via email. But this is what packet 3 looks like: http://photos.state.gov/libraries/cambodia/231771/PDFs/k1_visa_instruction_english--01--Dec-2014.pdf

Your fiancé will have to gather all of those documents listed and have them translated. (This includes their birth certificate, police certificate/records, military records, and court and prison records. Your fiancé will also have to send them a copy of his biographic page on his passport and the affidavit of support to the consulate). I am still waiting for this step, so I am not sure when exactly you can make an appointment. I know that the medical has to be done before the interview!

Hope this helps!

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Also, you have to fill out the DS 160 form! After you complete it they will send you an email with the completed form and a barcode on it and your fiancé will have to print it out and send it in with the rest of the documents.

All documents have to be organized in the order they are listed on the paper (the link that I gave you).

For some countries, this process is different. Either the fiancé sends the documents to the consulate or brings them to the interview.

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