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Hi everyone. My case status is Ready, but Im waiting for the letter from the South Africa consulate in Johannesburg.. I would like to book my interview date in the meantime. How do I do this - Im a bit confused as the letter from NVC calls it an immigrant visa, (page that says Ready), but a K1 is a nonimmigrant visa, so which site do I go to to book my interview in South Africa??

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1 hour ago, IsabelleFredrick said:

Hi everyone. My case status is Ready, but Im waiting for the letter from the South Africa consulate in Johannesburg.. I would like to book my interview date in the meantime. How do I do this - Im a bit confused as the letter from NVC calls it an immigrant visa, (page that says Ready), but a K1 is a nonimmigrant visa, so which site do I go to to book my interview in South Africa??

The consular will book your interview date and inform you with the date, You still need to do your medical

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On 3/11/2019 at 1:06 AM, IsabelleFredrick said:

Hi everyone. My case status is Ready, but Im waiting for the letter from the South Africa consulate in Johannesburg.. I would like to book my interview date in the meantime. How do I do this - Im a bit confused as the letter from NVC calls it an immigrant visa, (page that says Ready), but a K1 is a nonimmigrant visa, so which site do I go to to book my interview in South Africa??

Hi.  Has your beneficiary completed the online DS-160?  After DS-160, pay your visa fee, get a printout of the confirmation page from DS-160. At this point, you can get online register & try to schedule interview for fiance.  When you attempt to schedule the interview, althought it's actually a K-1 non immigrant visa, you will schedule under immigrant visa.  I don't know if SA contacts you for the interview, however I think you can probably schedule once all the above have been taken care of, unless SA does things very different.  Best wishes.

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