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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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as i was browsing through the guidelines i found a link to some k1 forms with examples how to fill them out. does someone know if the embassy in frankfurt is sending out all these forms: ds-156, ds-156k, ds-157, ds-158, ds-230, fc-029

to the non USC fiancee once you get NOA2?

and im wondering how you give evidence of the engagement! and how you show financial support.

i hope someone can help me out with this.


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R.I.P Diana

1982 - 2008

K1 Timeline

01/13/2007 Sent I-129F to TSC

05/03/2007 Petition approved!!!

08/23/2007 INTERVIEW

09/12/2007 Frankfurt - JFK - Baltimore, MD

09//28/2007 applied for SSN

10/16/2007 CIVIL MARRIAGE

10/31/2007 SS Card finally arrived

AOS Timeline

11/13/2007 sent AOS package with AP and EAD

12/19/2007 biometrics in baltimore

01/09/2008 AOS transferred to CSC

01/12/2008 CEREMONY & RECEPTION

01/16/2008 EAD and AP in mail

02/14/2008 card production ordered, approved without interview

02/22/2008 GREEN CARD in mail

I751 Timeline

11/19/2009 sent I751 to VSC

11/21/2009 received at VSC

11/24/2009 check cashed

11/30/2009 received NOA dated 11/23/09

12/15/2009 early bio walk-in failed....

12/16/2009 request to reschedule sent

01/04/2010 biometrics in baltimore being rescheduled

01/20/2010 new biometrics

03/24/2010 card production ordered, approved without interview

03/29/2010 10 year GC in mail

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
Timeline

Check the German Forum for questions specific for germany

that link should help you: GERMAN EMBASSY


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Walk with the angels

let them keep you safe

we'll join you one day

in that wonderful place

stand on the clouds and never forget

we're holding on to you

in our memories and thoughts

until one day we'll meet again

Truly missed but never forgotten:

Diana

RIP 1982-08/2008

Verena

RIP 1983-03/2008

Daddy

RIP

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Waiting for someone who recently got a checklist from there too...

In the meantime - we're going over the Frankfurt Embassy feedback section..which has some good info...

Frankfurt Embassy feedback

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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PACKET 3 FOR GERMANY:

- Cover letter with case number

- Form DSL-1076: visa instructions for fiance(e) nonimmigrant visa applicants (checklist)

- Form DS 156

- Form DS 157

- Form DS 156k

- Form DS 230 part 1

- Information regarding the medical examination:

Medical Examination Information with list of panel physicians in Germany and Vaccination Requirements chart

- Form I 134 (Affidavit of Support) – they send it to you, but the USC will have to fill this out!

- Form OF 167 (Evidence which may be presented to meet the public charge provisions of the law)


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Walk with the angels

let them keep you safe

we'll join you one day

in that wonderful place

stand on the clouds and never forget

we're holding on to you

in our memories and thoughts

until one day we'll meet again

Truly missed but never forgotten:

Diana

RIP 1982-08/2008

Verena

RIP 1983-03/2008

Daddy

RIP

"IMMIGRATION" PROCESS (TIMELINE):CLICK HERE

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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You'll show financial support after the NOA2 with form I-134, you can look at it now if you want to see what they want - just go to www.uscis.gov and get the form.

You can show proof of engagement with the receipt for the ring, if there is one; congratulatory cards and letters; you'll have to state it in your letter of intent that is signed (saying that you are legally able to marry and will do so within 90 days of beneficiary's entry to the US). For the I-129F stage, it's mainly the letter of intent that is important.

We sent the letters are requried, plus the ring receipt, a few photo copies of cards (which now, I don't think were so necessary), and a letter from my Dad acknowledging the engagement.


I-129F/K1

1-12-07 mailed to CSC

1-22-07 DHS cashes the I-129F check

1-23-07 NOA1 Notice Date

1-26-07 NOA1 arrives in the post

4-25-07 Touched!

4-26-07 Touched again!

5-3-07 NOA2!!! Two approval emails received at 11:36am

5-10-07 Arrived at NVC/5-14-07 Left NVC - London-bound!

5-17-07??? London receives?

5-20-07 Packet 3 mailed

5-26-07 Packet 3 received

5-29-07 Packet 3 returned, few days later than planned due to bank holiday weekend

6-06-07 Medical in London (called to schedule on May 29)

6-11-07 "Medical in file" at Embassy

6-14-07 Resent packet 3 to Embassy after hearing nothing about first try

6-22-07 DOS says "applicant now eligible for interview," ie: they enter p3 into their system

6-25-07 DOS says interview date is August 21

6-28-07 Help from our congressional representative gives us new interview date: July 6

7-06-07 Interview at 9:00 am at the London Embassy - Approved.

7-16-07 Visa delivered after 'security checks' completed

I-129F approved in 111 days; Interview 174 days from filing

Handy numbers:

NVC: (603) 334-0700 - press 1, 5; US State Department: (202) 663-1225 - press 1, 0

*Be afraid or be informed - the choice is yours.*

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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OF- 167. Im not sure if that form was included in my packet 3.

blackribbonsmall.png

Walk with the angels

let them keep you safe

we'll join you one day

in that wonderful place

stand on the clouds and never forget

we're holding on to you

in our memories and thoughts

until one day we'll meet again

Truly missed but never forgotten:

Diana

RIP 1982-08/2008

Verena

RIP 1983-03/2008

Daddy

RIP

"IMMIGRATION" PROCESS (TIMELINE):CLICK HERE

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