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The copy of the original package seems to be a mere guide for the beneficiary to review and know all the facts and information included there, shall the CO ask about any of that during the interview.

I don't think I've ever seen that listed on any Embassy¡s website as one of the required documents for the interview.

So basically, no, you don't need wet signatures for the i-129f, just for the new documents required like the Affidavit of Support or letter of intent to marry.

Good luck!


K1 Visa process 

Spoiler

30 March 2017 (Thu): i-129f sent

6 April 2017 (Thu): i-129f received- NOA1 RECEIVED DATE

11 April 2017 (Tue): Check cashed out - NOA1 NOTICE DATE

12 April 2017 (Wed): NOA1 email/text confirmation

17 April 2017 (Mon): NOA1 hardcopy

10 August 2017 (Thu): NOA2 Approval date

14 August 2017 (Mon): NOA2 hardcopy

24 August 2017 (Thu): NVC received and case # assigned (provided through phone call 8/25)

29 August 2017 (Tue): NVC left

30 August 2017 (Wed): Consulate Received (READY at the ceac tracker)

01 September 2017 (Fri): Packet 3 (instructions) received

01 September 2017 (Fri): Packet 3 sent (documents mailed)

02 September 2017 (Sat): NVC letter in the mail

08 September 2017 (Fri): Packet 4 received

11 September 2017 (Mon): Medical exam

21 September 2017 (Thu): Interview- APPROVED

26 September 2017 (Tue): Visa Issued

28 September 2017 (Thu): Visa Delivered (VOH)

20 October 2017 (Fri): POE Dallas Fort Worth

15 December 2017 (Fri): Wedding (Salt Lake City)

 

AOS/EAD/AP process 

08 January 2018 (Mon): AOS/EAD/AP package sent

09 January 2018 (Tue): Received date

10 January 2018 (Wed): Notice date

11 January 2018 (Thu): AOS/EAD/AP NOA texts and emails

12 January 2018 (Fri): Check cashed out (yep, that was weird)

16 January 2018 (Tue): NOAs hard copies received in the mail

26 January 2018 (Fri): Biometrics appointment in the mail

09 February 2018 (Fri): Biometrics appointment

05 April 2018 (Thu)Green Card Interview scheduled (email and text received 08 April, Sunday)

12 April 2018 (Thu): Green Card Interview appointment letter received in the mail

15 May 2018 (Tue): Green Card Interview: APPROVAL

15 May 2018 (Tue): Card is being produced

19 May 2018 (Sat): 1-797 Approval Notice received

23 May 2018 (Wed): Card was mailed

24 May 2018 (Thu): Post office picked up the mail. Tracking number.

25 May 2018 (Fri): Green Card RECEIVED

30 May 2018 (Wed): EAD and AP case closed, benefit received by other means

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1 minute ago, Estibaliz said:

The copy of the original package seems to be a mere guide for the beneficiary to review and know all the facts and information included there, shall the CO ask about any of that during the interview.

I don't think I've ever seen that listed on any Embassy¡s website as one of the required documents for the interview.

So basically, no, you don't need wet signatures for the i-129f, just for the new documents required like the Affidavit of Support or letter of intent to marry.

Good luck!

Thank you so much! You always seem to help whoever is in need! Again thank you and good luck to you!  

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You are welcome! :)

I'd wish I could help everyone, but there's just as much out of my knowledge, lol ;)


K1 Visa process 

Spoiler

30 March 2017 (Thu): i-129f sent

6 April 2017 (Thu): i-129f received- NOA1 RECEIVED DATE

11 April 2017 (Tue): Check cashed out - NOA1 NOTICE DATE

12 April 2017 (Wed): NOA1 email/text confirmation

17 April 2017 (Mon): NOA1 hardcopy

10 August 2017 (Thu): NOA2 Approval date

14 August 2017 (Mon): NOA2 hardcopy

24 August 2017 (Thu): NVC received and case # assigned (provided through phone call 8/25)

29 August 2017 (Tue): NVC left

30 August 2017 (Wed): Consulate Received (READY at the ceac tracker)

01 September 2017 (Fri): Packet 3 (instructions) received

01 September 2017 (Fri): Packet 3 sent (documents mailed)

02 September 2017 (Sat): NVC letter in the mail

08 September 2017 (Fri): Packet 4 received

11 September 2017 (Mon): Medical exam

21 September 2017 (Thu): Interview- APPROVED

26 September 2017 (Tue): Visa Issued

28 September 2017 (Thu): Visa Delivered (VOH)

20 October 2017 (Fri): POE Dallas Fort Worth

15 December 2017 (Fri): Wedding (Salt Lake City)

 

AOS/EAD/AP process 

08 January 2018 (Mon): AOS/EAD/AP package sent

09 January 2018 (Tue): Received date

10 January 2018 (Wed): Notice date

11 January 2018 (Thu): AOS/EAD/AP NOA texts and emails

12 January 2018 (Fri): Check cashed out (yep, that was weird)

16 January 2018 (Tue): NOAs hard copies received in the mail

26 January 2018 (Fri): Biometrics appointment in the mail

09 February 2018 (Fri): Biometrics appointment

05 April 2018 (Thu)Green Card Interview scheduled (email and text received 08 April, Sunday)

12 April 2018 (Thu): Green Card Interview appointment letter received in the mail

15 May 2018 (Tue): Green Card Interview: APPROVAL

15 May 2018 (Tue): Card is being produced

19 May 2018 (Sat): 1-797 Approval Notice received

23 May 2018 (Wed): Card was mailed

24 May 2018 (Thu): Post office picked up the mail. Tracking number.

25 May 2018 (Fri): Green Card RECEIVED

30 May 2018 (Wed): EAD and AP case closed, benefit received by other means

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