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DS-261 Question

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I am currently trying to fill out the DS-261, however, it is continually telling me that my case number and the applicant date of birth do not match up. I am not understanding at all why it is saying this because I am almost 100% sure I am putting the correct information in. If anyone could give me some help or guidance, please let me know. Thanks!

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2 minutes ago, H&T said:

For K1. After USCIS approved they will send it to NVC, then NVC will assign a case # and send it to Embassy. After the case ready at Embassy, you can fill out DS160 and schedule for interview.

Okay, so I need to wait until the Embassy sends a letter to my fiance before I fill out the DS160?

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5 minutes ago, H&T said:

For K1. After USCIS approved they will send it to NVC, then NVC will assign a case # and send it to Embassy. After the case ready at Embassy, you can fill out DS160 and schedule for interview

Also, how will I get contacted from the embassy? Will i get a letter or email? or will my fiance get a letter or email? 

7 minutes ago, theresaL said:

Are you entering a correct date format? Two digit MONTH/two digit DAY/four digit YEAR? (I'm not shouting just emphasizing the order)

I did. 

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Also, is there anything I need to fill out before the embassy contacts my fiancé with an interview? And I’m not supposed to fill out the ds261 at all? Because I checked my case on CEAC and it took me to a page on the steps I need to take and the first step was to fill out the DS261. I’m not understanding that completely. 

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40 minutes ago, NDP22 said:

Also, is there anything I need to fill out before the embassy contacts my fiancé with an interview? And I’m not supposed to fill out the ds261 at all? Because I checked my case on CEAC and it took me to a page on the steps I need to take and the first step was to fill out the DS261. I’m not understanding that completely. 

No you don't do the DS261. 


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