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Just submitted DS-160 after getting NOA2 but before receiving any mail etc...is that right?!

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Apologies for the possibly stupid question but my fiance and I received our NOA-2 approval notice a few days ago. We are now currently waiting for any contact from my local embassy here in the UK to schedule a medical/interview etc, but I noticed that we had the approval number and that was all that was required to start working on my DS–160 form, so I went ahead and filled the whole thing in and submitted it today… Was that jumping the gun at all? Or is it fine seeing as it needs to be done *sometime* before the interview?? 

 

Just trying to speed things up a bit... Might also start working on my vaccinations/medical questionnaire/police check documentation while waiting for an embassy interview date too....!

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You'll be fine. Keep checking to see when your packet is en route to the embassy. We were able to make the interview appt. When it was in transit. As for the vaccinations, start now. My fiance had to wait 30 days in between the 1st and 2nd dose of one of then. NHS covers them but his GP told him it would take about 6 weeks before he could make an appointment for one of the vaccinations. He ended up going to boots. Just get the other paperwork ready. Once it was in transit, our process was quick.

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57 minutes ago, peanutismint said:

Apologies for the possibly stupid question but my fiance and I received our NOA-2 approval notice a few days ago. We are now currently waiting for any contact from my local embassy here in the UK to schedule a medical/interview etc, but I noticed that we had the approval number and that was all that was required to start working on my DS–160 form, so I went ahead and filled the whole thing in and submitted it today… Was that jumping the gun at all? Or is it fine seeing as it needs to be done *sometime* before the interview?? 

 

Just trying to speed things up a bit... Might also start working on my vaccinations/medical questionnaire/police check documentation while waiting for an embassy interview date too....!

 

Two things you should read.

 

A word of advice

https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/689845-knightsbridge-nightmare-hoping-our-experience-can-help-others/?do=findComment&comment=9462277

 

Your instructions from London. 

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

 

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same thing happen to me last year..we we're so worried that we might did something wrong but it went smooth..we received an email from nvc  and it stated there to check the website for  the next step and follow instruction..i think youll be fine..also check your US embassy website for more info about your case.

 

good luck!

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