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Hello everyone,

I have a question especially for algerians concerning the military record for package 3. I'm a 28 years old algerian student, a reason why military never called me to do my military service, and I really don't wanna do it, been 11 years in university and I don't wanna waste 1 year doing it. My question are:

1- is it mandatory to bring exemption card to US embassy in Algiers during my interview? will it compromise getting k1 visa? cuz I've been traveling a lot, even went to US many times, and no one ever asked me it.

2- certificate of enrollment in university won't help me during my interview?

3- is there a way to get this card without being enrolled in military for 1 year?

Thank you guys for your help :)

Edited by Amine87

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hehe Hi again and tyvm for the packet3 sample. Well they're saying:

1- persons who have served in the military forces of any country must provide an original copy of their military record: This doesn't concern me since I never did that.

2- if exempted from military service, the applicant should also provide an original copy of the exemption record (which is "la carte militaire" or also called Algeria "Carte jaune" : Well I'm not exempted either so this doesn't concern me too.

Donnu if I'll have a year, I think all new cases are sent to California service center since March 27th, 2015. I am scared if go do my military duty, they'll send us noa2. Plus the enrollement is in every fall/spring.

So much troubles :(

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Okay, but the problem is that in countries like Algeria where military is mandatory, you MUST show a military card of some sort. We have the same thing in France.

I have an email from my consulate officer. It reads:

So far, all the Algerian applicants interviewed at Post always provided us with their original military card.

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Oh, yeah if they sent him a call order then he took the right decision. It takes 12 months, most of the time they can leave after 10 months. Yes, they have vacations of 2-3 days during holidays, not that sure of how many days exactly.

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