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Follow up appointment And DS 26o issues-- London Embassy

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So I have managed to get i-212 and i-601 approved on December 19th 2016. I was refused a visa on February 19th 2016 in London Embassy. Since receiving a letter from London IV Unit over xmas to obtain a new police certificate and medical I have completed these as requested. The issue is that the only other thing I was asked to do was to UPDATE my DS - 260 which was last filled out in October 2015. None of my details have changed since then so I have nothing to update at all. Even if I did I am finding it impossible to edit the form. Even just to sign and send with an updated date of completion.

  So does anyone have any idea about the DS- 260 or is it fine the way it is. I have heard that it expires one year from my last interview and other people say it should be fine. Off course my next interview will be 1 year and 3 days from my last one.

  Thanks for any info anyone can provide. Seems that DS- 260 Information is not the easiest to find online,

 Robert 

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