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Hi guys,

We received our NOA2 on the 15th August, our case is now "READ" on the CEAC website and we are gathering all the documents we need.

I'm the beneficiary, so I got my birth certificate (translated), my italian police certificate (translated), my immunization records (translated), my D-160 and I'm now waiting on my UK Police Certificate to be sent to me. I also have my fiance Affidavit of support with supporting documents and I'm waiting to book the medical as I've read I need to have my police certificate before booking it.

When should I submit the notification of readiness? As soon as I get a medical appointment or after the medical?

Thank you

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Hi.as soon as you say I'm ready the embassy will get you an interview appointment with in say 45 daysJust have all your documents in hand

That's not the London process.

Hi guys,

We received our NOA2 on the 15th August, our case is now "READ" on the CEAC website and we are gathering all the documents we need.

I'm the beneficiary, so I got my birth certificate (translated), my italian police certificate (translated), my immunization records (translated), my D-160 and I'm now waiting on my UK Police Certificate to be sent to me. I also have my fiance Affidavit of support with supporting documents and I'm waiting to book the medical as I've read I need to have my police certificate before booking it.

When should I submit the notification of readiness? As soon as I get a medical appointment or after the medical?

Thank you

You need to take your UK police certificate to the medical. You could go ahead and make the appointment if you know it will be arriving soon. They come pretty quickly.

Once you have a date for the medical and have the documents you need to take to the interview, you can send the Readiness form. You can also pick your interview appointment online.

London instructions: https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/applying-for-the-visa/


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That's not the London process.

You need to take your UK police certificate to the medical. You could go ahead and make the appointment if you know it will be arriving soon. They come pretty quickly.

Once you have a date for the medical and have the documents you need to take to the interview, you can send the Readiness form. You can also pick your interview appointment online.

London instructions: https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/applying-for-the-visa/

Thank you, I just did it all and I'm about to book my interview.

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