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Im nervous about my SS# and address info floating around a package in the Philippines.

Can I black out the info on the forms she takes to the interview? Or will they need to physically see that info?


K1 VISA
10/23/16....I-129F FEDEX 2nd day to Lewisville, TX
10/26/16....Delivered at Lewisville, TX

10/28/16....NOA1 Text and Email

10/28/16....NOA1 Date on Hard Copy Notice
11/04/16....NOA1 Hard Copy Received

w..a...i...t...i...n...g........ :clock:

11/22/16....NOA2 Text Only

11/22/16....NOA2 Approval Date - no email yet
11/28/16....NOA2 Hard Copy Received

w..a..i...t...i...n...g........ :clock:

12/06/16....Called NVC - No case yet (15 days after NOA2)

12/12/16....Called NVC - I-129F Received - no case number yet.

12/13/16....Case Number Received

12/15/16....Case status set as "In Transit"  to US Embassy in Manilla, PH

12/19/16....Embassy Received. Case status set as "Ready"

12/19/16....Emailed NVC asking for case information as it was never received (I know its too early - Just Do It Anyway)

w..a..i...t...i...n...g........ :clock:

xx/xx/xx......Never Received NVC letter hard copy from NVC (STILL MISSING GRRRRR)

01/03/17....NVC replied to email providing NVC letter and info

01/04/17....Medical Completed

01/04/17....Fedex I-134 (wet signature) and all documents needed from petitioner for CFO and for the USEM interview (employment, divorce decree, etc...)
02/08/17....Interview 
02/09/17....Visa Issued

02/15/17....Visa In Hand :jest:

02/17/17....CFO Interview, Yellow sticker in hand

03/07/17....POE - San Francisco, CA

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Im nervous about my SS# and address info floating around a package in the Philippines.

Can I black out the info on the forms she takes to the interview? Or will they need to physically see that info?

Good question. I understand your concern. I didn't blacken out the SS numbers or address, thousands, upon thousands of others didn't black them out either.

Would USEM accept the documents with the pertinent info that identifies you blacked out ? Honestly, I don't know of any that actually blacked it out of the thousands I know that have completed the process.

The I-134 requires your address... so can't black that out.

I know with USEM it isn't an issue as they already have that info on record. .... but if the documents got lost or stolen before reaching the embassy ... paranoia is a Bug-ger.

If I were giving documents to CFO with that info I would for sure blacken out the SS number, but the address is fruitless as it is on other documents they will see. But then you are divorced so a divorce decree will handle the "singleness" issue for CFO.

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Im nervous about my SS# and address info floating around a package in the Philippines.

Can I black out the info on the forms she takes to the interview? Or will they need to physically see that info?

I made sure nothing had my SS# on it. Too many con games going on with non US Citizens working in USEM. IF it got lost in route that wouldn't be good.

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