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Does the interviewer want to keep the documents?

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Just now, ashcashbananas said:

My husband's interview is on February 14th. I'm curious to know if the interviewer will want to keep any of the documents he'll bring with him or not?

(Other than passport)

I guess that's the same with every consulate / embassy so I would say yes. Make sure he brings copies of the important documents (birth certificate, police record) so he can get those back once his visa is issued. 

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Just now, C90 said:

I guess that's the same with every consulate / embassy so I would say yes. Make sure he brings copies of the important documents (birth certificate, police record) so he can get those back once his visa is issued. 

 

Thank you! Do you think he should bring copies of my tax forms?

 

The reason I'm asking is because we have a binder made with all of these documents. If they will want a copy, he can take a copy. But, if they just want to look at the tax forms - no need to bring extra copies of everything. They could just look at our binder.

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Just now, ashcashbananas said:

 

Thank you! Do you think he should bring copies of my tax forms?

 

The reason I'm asking is because we have a binder made with all of these documents. If they will want a copy, he can take a copy. But, if they just want to look at the tax forms - no need to bring extra copies of everything. They could just look at our binder.

In Amsterdam they keep all the documents. If you don't provide them with copies of originals it'll be gone forever (aka in their file) while if you do they send the originals back with your visa. If you don't have your tax forms online or on your laptop where you can print it from then yeah, def bring copies. Bring copies of all the original documents he brings in

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Take copies only, except where asked for originals. Kiev also keeps all paperwork. 


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Casa keeps  passport and medical exam papers  unless they order u  to later to submit passport  thru  aramex  (this is if  approved)

they give  back  to you the entire  packet  including all things sent to NVC

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