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Do we both get mail regarding the K1 process?

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So our case has been received and my fiance has got a message to say confirmation will be sent in the mail. Will I also get mail as the beneficiary? If not, when can I first expect to be delivered anything?

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2 minutes ago, RoaringMdog said:

Nope, first piece of mail you'll receive is the letter from the embassy in your country when the time comes. 

is this once the 129F is approved?

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13 minutes ago, Ellie G said:

So our case has been received and my fiance has got a message to say confirmation will be sent in the mail. Will I also get mail as the beneficiary? If not, when can I first expect to be delivered anything?

What consulate because you may not ever receive anything before you interview 


YMMV

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Posted (edited)

A couple weeks after the I129F has been approved. Once approved, your fiance will get a letter/email stating that the case is being sent to the NVC. Then the NVC will process it and send it to the embassy(again, your fiance woll get a letter). Once arrived at the embassy they send you a letter with instructions on what to do next. 

 

Might be handy to fill out your timeline, makes getting help on here much easier :)

 

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I don’t think I got a single piece of mail.  My husband (USC) received all paper correspondence, and the first time I was “involved” in the process was the email packets from the embassy. 

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41 minutes ago, Cryssiekins said:

I don’t think I got a single piece of mail.  My husband (USC) received all paper correspondence, and the first time I was “involved” in the process was the email packets from the embassy. 

Do you know if this is common for most Canadians doing the K1? My place sucks for getting mail, so e-mail would be perfect haha. 

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1 hour ago, klgck said:

Do you know if this is common for most Canadians doing the K1? My place sucks for getting mail, so e-mail would be perfect haha. 

I believe so.  I talked to another Canadian on here during her journey (slightly after mine).  The embassy packages (from what I recall) were just PDFs with instructions for various things including the visa application, which is done online.  I don’t recall ever receiving anything through awful Canada Post except the final package which contains your passport and the sealed envelope (which I think Mtl now does an electronic submission?)

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21 minutes ago, Cryssiekins said:

I believe so.  I talked to another Canadian on here during her journey (slightly after mine).  The embassy packages (from what I recall) were just PDFs with instructions for various things including the visa application, which is done online.  I don’t recall ever receiving anything through awful Canada Post except the final package which contains your passport and the sealed envelope (which I think Mtl now does an electronic submission?)

Oh yay, good to know. Thank you!

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What if the beneficiary doesn't have an email address?


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My timeline:
2011-10-31 US Entry with CR1
2013-09-02 ROC filed
2013-09-12 NOA
2014-03-05 Biometrics
2014-03-24 Approved
2014-05-05 Green card received
2015-04-23 Divorced
2015-06-17 Remarried
2016-08-02 N400 filed under 5 year rule
2016-08-12 NOA
2016-09-02 Biometrics
2017-05-04 Interview
2017-07-05 Oath Ceremony
Husband's timeline:
2013-01-16 US Entry
2017-07-05 Filed for AOS
2017-08-07 NOA
2017-08-23 Biometrics
2017-10-30 Received approval letters for EAD & AP
2017-11-02 Combo Card received
2018-12-13 Interview date
2019-01-02 Approved
2019-01-09 10 year Green Card received
Stepson's timeline:
2019-01-17 Filed I-130
2019-02-04 NOA


 

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10 minutes ago, little immigrant said:

What if the beneficiary doesn't have an email address?

They definitely should get one though.  It’s the middle of 2019, and most things, in every industry, are being moved to an electronic format for various reasons.  

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