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In sec. 62.a on the I-129F that asks for consular processing information, I wrote in Guadalajara because I thought that was where the interview would take place and sent the application in. I just learned all K1 interviews for Mexico are done in Ciudad Juarez only. Any idea what may happen as a result of this error or if there's anything I can/should do to correct it? Thanks.

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4 minutes ago, rkair said:

In sec. 62.a on the I-129F that asks for consular processing information, I wrote in Guadalajara because I thought that was where the interview would take place and sent the application in. I just learned all K1 interviews for Mexico are done in Ciudad Juarez only. Any idea what may happen as a result of this error or if there's anything I can/should do to correct it? Thanks.

Don't worry.  It will automatically be allocated to Ciudad Juarez on your behalf.

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54 minutes ago, rkair said:

In sec. 62.a on the I-129F that asks for consular processing information, I wrote in Guadalajara because I thought that was where the interview would take place and sent the application in. I just learned all K1 interviews for Mexico are done in Ciudad Juarez only. Any idea what may happen as a result of this error or if there's anything I can/should do to correct it? Thanks.

You'll be fine, this is a common mistake and won't affect your petition at all.

 

(We did the same thing, I put Melbourne for my Aussie fiance because I didn't know until later that K1s get processed in Sydney).


03/01/2018 - I-129F Sent

03/05/2018 - I-129F NOA1 (old site)

03/08/2018 - I-129F NOA1 (new site)
09/14/2018 - I-129F NOA2 

10/16/2018 - NVC Received

10/21/2018 - Consulate Received 

10/21/2018 - Packet 3 Received

12/30/2018 - Packet 3 Sent

01/06/2019 - Packet 4 Received

01/29/2019 - Interview Date - APPROVED!

02/05/2019 - Visa Received

##/##/2019 - U.S. Arrival

##/##/2019 - Married
 

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To mirror what the other people said.  My wife is from Mexico City and when we filed the K1 paperwork a number of years ago we put Mexico City as where the interview would take place.  It only makes logic as the embassy is in Mexico City plus it is the capital.  That ended up being no problem at all.  She received her interview letter and flew to Ciudad Juarez...again zero issues.  

 

 On a side note my wife has her citizenship oath ceremony this Friday!

 

Best of luck and may God bless

 

  

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Thanks for all of the replies everyone. I feel much more at ease now. The only thing that's kind of bumming me out now is I've been reading it takes forever to get an interview date from Ciudad Juarez, but everything I've seen was related to the marriage/CR1 visas. I assume it's the same for the fiancee visa.

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10 hours ago, JohnE said:

To mirror what the other people said.  My wife is from Mexico City and when we filed the K1 paperwork a number of years ago we put Mexico City as where the interview would take place.  It only makes logic as the embassy is in Mexico City plus it is the capital.  That ended up being no problem at all.  She received her interview letter and flew to Ciudad Juarez...again zero issues.  

 

 On a side note my wife has her citizenship oath ceremony this Friday!

 

Best of luck and may God bless

 

  

Congratulations on the citizenship! How exciting!

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