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Sorry if this has been asked before I can’t find it but friends from other countries have had biometrics appointments and I wondered if and when we do ours here and is this a step missed or I do later? 


Late 2016: Met playing Clash of Kings the West

Feb 2017: Started online "dating"

May 2017: Met in Orlando

July 2017: Arkansas and Seminole (1 night) visit

October 2017: Washington DC visit.

December 2017: Seminole OKC home visit and Amanda  met Chayne's kids and dad.

January 2018:  York England visit Chayne met Amanda's son.

April 2018: London/Paris/York visit we got engaged on April 6th!!

April 19th 2018: packet sent

April 23rd 2018: USPS say packet signed for.

April 25th 2018: Electronic NOA1 received 

April 26th 2018: Cheque Cashed

April 30th 2018: hard copy NOA1 received

June 2018: Seminole visit, Amanda met Chayne's  adult son

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, AmandaandChayne said:

Sorry if this has been asked before I can’t find it but friends from other countries have had biometrics appointments and I wondered if and when we do ours here and is this a step missed or I do later? 

I don't know about the UK but my husband did his when he went in for his interview.

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44 minutes ago, AmandaandChayne said:

Sorry if this has been asked before I can’t find it but friends from other countries have had biometrics appointments and I wondered if and when we do ours here and is this a step missed or I do later? 

Maybe wait for your nvc letter..im sure it will give you a further instruction on your case.

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3 minutes ago, icanbenobody said:

I finish my medical before my k1 interview(this is from Philippines though)

 

Check this→https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/medical-examination/  

I didn’t have my fingerprints done at my medical. Everything else was noted 

biometrics is different to medical 

Edited by AmandaandChayne

Late 2016: Met playing Clash of Kings the West

Feb 2017: Started online "dating"

May 2017: Met in Orlando

July 2017: Arkansas and Seminole (1 night) visit

October 2017: Washington DC visit.

December 2017: Seminole OKC home visit and Amanda  met Chayne's kids and dad.

January 2018:  York England visit Chayne met Amanda's son.

April 2018: London/Paris/York visit we got engaged on April 6th!!

April 19th 2018: packet sent

April 23rd 2018: USPS say packet signed for.

April 25th 2018: Electronic NOA1 received 

April 26th 2018: Cheque Cashed

April 30th 2018: hard copy NOA1 received

June 2018: Seminole visit, Amanda met Chayne's  adult son

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, AmandaandChayne said:

I didn’t have my fingerprints done at my medical. Everything else was noted 

biometrics is different to medical 

Sorry it meant for other thread 😂😂 check your specific country and see other uk members post about their biometric experience..or read it in your Embassy website they might have it there. Youtube is also a bit helpful..as what i know biometric is always done on the day of the interview in the embassy

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11 minutes ago, icanbenobody said:

Sorry it meant for other thread 😂😂 check your specific country and see other uk members post about their biometric experience..or read it in your Embassy website they might have it there. Youtube is also a bit helpful..as what i know biometric is always done on the day of the interview in the embassy

All done and I’m asking my country specific forum!! I know the rest, I’ve read my embassy website back to front and done all that had my medical asking the uk forum where you have replied 

Edited by AmandaandChayne

Late 2016: Met playing Clash of Kings the West

Feb 2017: Started online "dating"

May 2017: Met in Orlando

July 2017: Arkansas and Seminole (1 night) visit

October 2017: Washington DC visit.

December 2017: Seminole OKC home visit and Amanda  met Chayne's kids and dad.

January 2018:  York England visit Chayne met Amanda's son.

April 2018: London/Paris/York visit we got engaged on April 6th!!

April 19th 2018: packet sent

April 23rd 2018: USPS say packet signed for.

April 25th 2018: Electronic NOA1 received 

April 26th 2018: Cheque Cashed

April 30th 2018: hard copy NOA1 received

June 2018: Seminole visit, Amanda met Chayne's  adult son

 

 

 

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They take your finger prints at the embassy when you hand in your paperwork, you get fingerprinted again when you get to the CO for interview. It's not a separate appointment like it will be for AOS just part of the interview experience :)


Everything crossed for a smooth and stress free journey

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Yes, what Trudi said. 

 

Go read all the reviews of interviews and people often describe those kinds of things. Make sure you read K1 and not other visas.

https://www.visajourney.com/reviews/index.php?cnty=United+Kingdom&cty=&dfilter=5

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