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The DS-160 requires the exact dates that the beneficiary attended secondary school. We know the months/years, but we do not know the exact days of those months. My fiance called the school to request the exact dates and they do not have them. Is this something that I should be stressing about? How strict are they about this? Has anyone else had this issue in the DR? 


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I-129F Form Sent: 11/16/18

CSC Received: 11/19/18

NOA1: 11/23/18

NOA2:  3/28/19

NVC Received: 

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46 minutes ago, N_A#FA said:

Hello, you just need to put an approximate date not the specific one.

Thank you so much for your response. :) 


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I-129F Form Sent: 11/16/18

CSC Received: 11/19/18

NOA1: 11/23/18

NOA2:  3/28/19

NVC Received: 

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22 hours ago, msrodriguez said:

The DS-160 requires the exact dates that the beneficiary attended secondary school. We know the months/years, but we do not know the exact days of those months. My fiance called the school to request the exact dates and they do not have them. Is this something that I should be stressing about? How strict are they about this? Has anyone else had this issue in the DR? 

My dear fiancé couldn't even remember the address of his high school :hehe:, let alone what dates he attended.  So, I put sept 1 and year he started to june 30 and year of when he last attended.

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14 minutes ago, Catherine6 said:

My dear fiancé couldn't even remember the address of his high school :hehe:, let alone what dates he attended.  So, I put sept 1 and year he started to june 30 and year of when he last attended.

LOL! Thank you!! I asked him to please call the school and ask for the EXACT dates. He probably thinks I'm crazy haha. I am just so afraid of putting down any incorrect information. Thank you though. I feel a little less worried about this particular item. Also, I started following you since you're a few steps ahead of us. Good luck to you guys!! ❤️

 


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I-129F Form Sent: 11/16/18

CSC Received: 11/19/18

NOA1: 11/23/18

NOA2:  3/28/19

NVC Received: 

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