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Good day to everyone. We got our Case number and Invoice number from NVC now, what should be our next step? Are we going to wait for another snail mail from them?

 

Also, I recently moved to a different address, should I let the NVC change my address now? I'm the beneficiary. Thanks!

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1 hour ago, Pseudo_ said:

Good day to everyone. We got our Case number and Invoice number from NVC now, what should be our next step? Are we going to wait for another snail mail from them?

 

Also, I recently moved to a different address, should I let the NVC change my address now? I'm the beneficiary. Thanks!

 

Embassy in Manila doesn't mail anything to the beneficiary so just update them later.

 

With the NVC case number you can schedule medical at St Lukes and interview. Obtain NBI clearance and CENOMAR (other other document), renew passport if you haven't or it's near expiring, get copy (several I recommend) of your birth certificate.

Get the I-134 and all financial documents from your US fiance.

 

For medical they just wanted to see a copy of the NVC hard copy that goes in the mail to the petitioner, so maybe book the medical couple weeks from now, plus for interview the embassy will have had to receive the petition and that can take a couple weeks, can check your CEAC status online to see if it's "ready" or not. 

 

You also can go do CFO class, but if you do it before the interview and receiving the K-1 visa, you have to go back and they will put the stamp/certificate in your passport to show you completed it.


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2 hours ago, Ben&Zian said:

 

Embassy in Manila doesn't mail anything to the beneficiary so just update them later.

 

With the NVC case number you can schedule medical at St Lukes and interview. Obtain NBI clearance and CENOMAR (other other document), renew passport if you haven't or it's near expiring, get copy (several I recommend) of your birth certificate.

Get the I-134 and all financial documents from your US fiance.

 

For medical they just wanted to see a copy of the NVC hard copy that goes in the mail to the petitioner, so maybe book the medical couple weeks from now, plus for interview the embassy will have had to receive the petition and that can take a couple weeks, can check your CEAC status online to see if it's "ready" or not. 

 

You also can go do CFO class, but if you do it before the interview and receiving the K-1 visa, you have to go back and they will put the stamp/certificate in your passport to show you completed it.

Thank you very much for this. So my usc fiancee have to wait for the hard copy from NVC?

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