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How Are Beneficiaries Contacted for the K1 Interview in Casablanca?

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Hello,

I was wondering how are K1 Beneficiaries contacted by the US Consulate in Casablanca for their interview: by mail, email, phone or text?

Thanks :)

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We were contacted by email. Actually, I emailed the consulate once I knew they had our case in hand, and they responded within a day with an interview date, instructions for the medical appointment and what to bring to the interview. 


12/28/2015 Sent in I-129F by USPS Priority Mail

01/04/2016 NOA1 (electronic notification)

02/23/2016 RFE sent by USCIS - missing letter of beneficiary's intention to marry. Received several days later

03/01/2016 Sent in Reply to RFE by USPS Express Mail

03/04/2016 USCIS Receives Reply to RFE

03/16/2016 NOA2 (electronic notification)

03/22/2016 NOA2 (hard copy received in mail)

04/21/2016 NVC forwards case to US Consulate in Casablanca

04/25/2016 Consulate receives petition according to DHL tracking

04/28/2016 Email to Consulate with questions

04/29/2016 Received reply from Consulate (within seven hours) with interview date, instructions, list of doctors (Packet 3 and 4 combined?)

05/05/2016 Medical

05/20/2016 Interview in Casablanca!

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We were contacted by email too - it took about a month after the NVC sent out case over and then the interview has been scheduled 6 weeks after. I think I emailed once a week until we got a response about the interview date. I thought emailing that frequently was "bothering" them but then found out after the fact that there are others who were emailing daily! 

 

There's a Facebook group for those going through the K1 process in Morocco - it's all in Darija - if you message me I'll ask my other half to send me the link if your fiance wants to check it out. 

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Hello,

 

Thanks for your reply, I appreciate it!

 

And yes, please go ahead and give me the link to that FB Page/Group (by PM please if external links are not allowed here). FYI, I am the beneficiary, so I do speak Darija ;) 


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On 1/2/2017 at 6:19 PM, EandH0904 said:

There's a Facebook group for those going through the K1 process in Morocco - it's all in Darija - if you message me I'll ask my other half to send me the link if your fiance wants to check it out. 

Hi EandH0904, When you get a chance can you please share the FB link with me, as well?  Thank you!

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