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Hi guys,

 

My husband petitioned his parents to come to the US and we just received a date for the interview. I was wondering if anyone who underwent an interview recently could answer a few questions for me. 
When we submitted all required documents to NVC, everything was just scanned into their system. My question is regarding the Affidavit of Support.
Since it has a signature on it, do I have to mail the original form to my in laws to bring to their interview? Or will the scanned copy do?

Also, if anyone could share what documents they brought to the interview, that would be really helpful.

Thanks a lot for your time!! 😃


I-130 JOURNEY FOR HUSBAND (2013-2014)
02/06 NOA2 || 02/19 Case received at NVC || 03/25 Case # and IIN assigned || 03/25 AOS fee invoiced and paid || 03/25 || DS 261 completed || 03/28 AOS fee appears as "paid" || 03/29 AOS packet sent || 03/31 IV fee invoiced and paid || 04/01 IV packet sent || 04/03 DS 260 completed || 04/01 AOS delivered || 04/03 AOS received || 04/07 IV delivered || 04/10 IV recieved || 04/18 AOS checklist :cry: || 04/19 AOS checklist sent || 04/20 AOS checklist delivered || 04/23 AOS checklist received || 05/09 Case complete || 07/10 Interview || 07/26 Arrived in US || 04/2018 Husband became a US Citizen!

 

I-130 JOURNEY FOR IN LAWS (2018)

04/11 NOA1 || 10/19 NOA2 || 11/07 Case received at NVC || 12/28 Received NVC Case Number and Invoice ID Number || 12/29 Paid AOS and IV || 01/07 Submitted all NVC Requirements || 01/22 RFE || 02/07 Case Complete || ??/?? Recieved Interview Letter || ??/?? Interview 
 

 

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7 hours ago, esorielirol said:

Hi guys,

 

My husband petitioned his parents to come to the US and we just received a date for the interview. I was wondering if anyone who underwent an interview recently could answer a few questions for me. 
When we submitted all required documents to NVC, everything was just scanned into their system. My question is regarding the Affidavit of Support.
Since it has a signature on it, do I have to mail the original form to my in laws to bring to their interview? Or will the scanned copy do?

Also, if anyone could share what documents they brought to the interview, that would be really helpful.

Thanks a lot for your time!! 😃

Mail the I-864 as it should be an original for the visa interview, you can email copies of your tax return and W2. 

 

 

https://ph.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/family-based-immigration/the-interview/


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

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Contact Hank: HERE

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