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Hello everyone!

I recently (4/8/19) received my NOA2 for my I129F application!

 

I'm now looking through what I and my fiancee need to do next before scheduling an interview, and had some questions.

 

I need to gather/fill out the following, correct?

  • Copy of I129F package
  • New/updated letter of intent to marry
  • I134 Affidavit of Support, with supporting documentation
  • Copy of NOA2
  • Continued evidence of relationship, etc

 

I have a couple questions regarding the I134 form:

  1. Part 2, Question 4. It asks for an A-Number. While my fiancee has never been to the US (and thus has never had an A-Number before), the NOA2 does show a 9-digit A-Number abover her name. Does this now get entered on this form?
  2. Part 3 Question 3. Is this my Gross income listed on my W2?
  3. Part 3 Question 5. For the value of my personal property, how would I go about calculating this? I'm under the impression that just standard household possessions don't have a value in the traditional sense, so would I just write $0 here?

 

In addition, I understand my fiancee will get forms mailed to her from the Manila embassy that she'll need to fill out. Can I assist with these, or does she have to fill them out herself?

 

Finally, I know she'll have to schedule a doctor's exam. This appears to only be done at St. Luke's Medical center in Manila.

 

How quickly after the doctor's exam can we schedule the visa interview? Since she lives in Cebu, it requires a flight up to Manila, and we want to streamline things as much as possible. I also plan to fly out to the Philippines to be there with her for the interview if possible.

 

This website has been supremely helpful so far, and I'm so excited to finally get past the initial application waiting time (with no RFEs)! I just want to be sure we do things correctly going forward to avoid any delays!

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8 minutes ago, GabeTravels said:

Hello everyone!

I recently (4/8/19) received my NOA2 for my I129F application!

 

I'm now looking through what I and my fiancee need to do next before scheduling an interview, and had some questions.

 

I need to gather/fill out the following, correct?

  • Copy of I129F package
  • New/updated letter of intent to marry
  • I134 Affidavit of Support, with supporting documentation
  • Copy of NOA2
  • Continued evidence of relationship, etc

 

I have a couple questions regarding the I134 form:

  1. Part 2, Question 4. It asks for an A-Number. While my fiancee has never been to the US (and thus has never had an A-Number before), the NOA2 does show a 9-digit A-Number abover her name. Does this now get entered on this form?
  2. Part 3 Question 3. Is this my Gross income listed on my W2?
  3. Part 3 Question 5. For the value of my personal property, how would I go about calculating this? I'm under the impression that just standard household possessions don't have a value in the traditional sense, so would I just write $0 here?

 

In addition, I understand my fiancee will get forms mailed to her from the Manila embassy that she'll need to fill out. Can I assist with these, or does she have to fill them out herself?

 

Finally, I know she'll have to schedule a doctor's exam. This appears to only be done at St. Luke's Medical center in Manila.

 

How quickly after the doctor's exam can we schedule the visa interview? Since she lives in Cebu, it requires a flight up to Manila, and we want to streamline things as much as possible. I also plan to fly out to the Philippines to be there with her for the interview if possible.

 

This website has been supremely helpful so far, and I'm so excited to finally get past the initial application waiting time (with no RFEs)! I just want to be sure we do things correctly going forward to avoid any delays!

Go to the Manila website and review the 5 steps.  Once NVC assigns the case number you can proceed  . Do not wait for anything from the embassy,  you will wait a very long time 

 

Medical is walk-in 

 

The only thing she might need from you is the evidence of financial support .  Everything from you can be scanned and emailed and locally printed 

Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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Don't even need the copy of the I-129f petition, that's more for your own convenience and records.

 

She will need copy (scanned is fine) of the NVC case number letter for the medical (least we did and some others have said the same)

 

And as mentioned she can do CFO now, just will need to go back after the interview and she has the K-1 visa in her passport for them to affix the stamp/certificate.


08/15/2014 : Met Online

06/30/2016 : I-129F Packet Sent

07/08/2016 : NOA 1 Received

08/25/2016 : NOA 2 Received (48 days)

11/08/2016 : Interview - APPROVED!

11/18/2016 : Visa in hand

11/23/2016 : POE - Dallas, Texas

From sending of I-129F petiton to POE - 146 days.

 

02/03/2017 - Married 

02/24/2017 - AOS packet sent

06/01/2017 - EAD/AP Combo Card Received in mail

12/06/2017 - I-485 Approved

12/14/2017 - Green Card Received in mail - No Interview

 

 

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