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Hi,
So me and my fiance have filed our I-129F and are waiting for our NOA2.

I have a little checklist of what we will need for the interview and wanted to double check it with you guys in case I have missed anything, especially under the I-134 section!
FYI: We have no kids, no previous marriages. I'll be at the London embassy.

 

Interview:
Copy of I-129F
Letters confirming intent to marry.
Copy of NOA2 letter.
Proof of on going relationship.
DS160 confirmation page.
Medical exam and vaccination records.
Photographs.
Passport & birth certificate.
ACRO certificate.
I-134 Affidavit including - evidence of income, letter from employer and bank, tax returns.

Thanks!


I-129F Sent : 2019-02-11
I-129F NOA1 : 2019-02-20

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37 minutes ago, William&Emily said:

Hi,
So me and my fiance have filed our I-129F and are waiting for our NOA2.

I have a little checklist of what we will need for the interview and wanted to double check it with you guys in case I have missed anything, especially under the I-134 section!
FYI: We have no kids, no previous marriages. I'll be at the London embassy.

 

Interview:
Copy of I-129F
Letters confirming intent to marry.
Copy of NOA2 letter.
Proof of on going relationship.
DS160 confirmation page.
Medical exam and vaccination records.
Photographs.
Passport & birth certificate.
ACRO certificate.
I-134 Affidavit including - evidence of income, letter from employer and bank, tax returns.

Thanks!

Your fiancé will need a police report from every country (s)he lived in more than 6 months since turning 16 (just to show that there's no criminal record OR if you have one you should bring all court documents etc), but usually the embassy requires it not to be older than x amount of time, so don't rush into that.

 

Since you're still waiting for NOA2, I wouldn't spend too much time on this yet. Once you get your NOA2 you have at least another 2-3+ months before the interview (NVC usually takes a few weeks, and than it usually takes a few weeks to plan the interview), so you'll have more than enough time to gather everything you need.

 

I know the American consulate in the Netherlands sends a checklist with everything you need to bring to the interview, I would assume London would do something similar. So for now, just slowly gather some extra proof of relationship and get the rest done once you're actually closer to the interview.

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6 minutes ago, C90 said:

Your fiancé will need a police report from every country (s)he lived in more than 6 months since turning 16 (just to show that there's no criminal record OR if you have one you should bring all court documents etc), but usually the embassy requires it not to be older than x amount of time, so don't rush into that.

 

Since you're still waiting for NOA2, I wouldn't spend too much time on this yet. Once you get your NOA2 you have at least another 2-3+ months before the interview (NVC usually takes a few weeks, and than it usually takes a few weeks to plan the interview), so you'll have more than enough time to gather everything you need.

 

I know the American consulate in the Netherlands sends a checklist with everything you need to bring to the interview, I would assume London would do something similar. So for now, just slowly gather some extra proof of relationship and get the rest done once you're actually closer to the interview.

Thank you!

The ACRO I put in the list is the UK police certificate so I have that covered already :) Thanks again though! I just like being over prepared haha


I-129F Sent : 2019-02-11
I-129F NOA1 : 2019-02-20

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1 hour ago, William&Emily said:

Hi,
So me and my fiance have filed our I-129F and are waiting for our NOA2.

I have a little checklist of what we will need for the interview and wanted to double check it with you guys in case I have missed anything, especially under the I-134 section!
FYI: We have no kids, no previous marriages. I'll be at the London embassy.

 

 

 

For London

Interview:
NO Copy of I-129F
NO Letters confirming intent to marry. Unless your interview is 4 months past NOA2
NO Copy of NOA2 letter.
NO Proof of on going relationship.
DS160 confirmation page.

Confirmation of payment and courier arrangements
Medical exam and vaccination records. You don't take that. It is delivered by clinic
 Photographs. One passport photo. None with fiancé 
Passport & birth certificate.
ACRO police certificate.
I-134 Affidavit including - evidence of income, letter from employer and bank, tax returns. Pick 1 or 2, not all that.


Note: Prepare for the medical now. NHS is slow and uncooperative at times. See this thread in the UK forum as an example https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/701856-medical-help/

 

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17 hours ago, Wuozopo said:

 

For London

Interview:
NO Copy of I-129F
NO Letters confirming intent to marry. Unless your interview is 4 months past NOA2
NO Copy of NOA2 letter.
NO Proof of on going relationship.
DS160 confirmation page.

Confirmation of payment and courier arrangements
Medical exam and vaccination records. You don't take that. It is delivered by clinic
 Photographs. One passport photo. None with fiancé 
Passport & birth certificate.
ACRO police certificate.
I-134 Affidavit including - evidence of income, letter from employer and bank, tax returns. Pick 1 or 2, not all that.


Note: Prepare for the medical now. NHS is slow and uncooperative at times. See this thread in the UK forum as an example https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/701856-medical-help/

 

Thank you!
I knew I was being over prepared haha >.<
And for the courier arrangements what do you mean by that? Like how they will send it to me after the interview?
Yes I have been preparing for the medical already! I figured some parts could take forever haha


I-129F Sent : 2019-02-11
I-129F NOA1 : 2019-02-20

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3 hours ago, William&Emily said:

Thank you!
I knew I was being over prepared haha >.<
And for the courier arrangements what do you mean by that? Like how they will send it to me after the interview?
Yes I have been preparing for the medical already! I figured some parts could take forever haha

 

Your preparation needs to include reading the instructions from your consulate LONDON. It's not the same procedure in every country so preparing like somebody from Manila will confuse you.

 

Read here https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/applying-for-the-visa/

 

Find this part of the page 

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Your fee payment and courier arrangements are Step 4.

 

Also back at the top of the instruction page are links with more details to read. #5 Processing Times and Return of Passport explains courier delivery of your visa. 

 

 

 

 

 

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