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Reaffirmed Case from Uscis then uscis sent to nvc now at Us Consulate Islamabad.

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hi guys! my case reaffirmed by uscis on march 27 and nvc forward case to us embassy Islamabad. Schedule interview date can anyone tell me about Affidavit of support where to submit bring with me on interview or Submit to NVC...

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29 minutes ago, ImranTariq786 said:

hi guys! my case reaffirmed by uscis on march 27 and nvc forward case to us embassy Islamabad. Schedule interview date can anyone tell me about Affidavit of support where to submit bring with me on interview or Submit to NVC...

When a case is reaffirmed it is only at NVC for transit all updated documentation goes through the embassy.   The embassy will contact you in regards to your next steps.

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Ahmed its have little bit confusion embassy is send me this when i schedule interview..

Here in this embassy instructions they said about Affidavit, should my Petitioner submit Affidavit of support to NVC or bring with me to Embassy...

Dear Applicant,

On the day of your interview, please bring the following items (Original, English translation and copies
of all civil documents):
Confirmation page of completely filled and submitted Electronic Visa Application Form DS-260,
 right Original Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates, Divorce/Death Certificates with English
translation and copies (for all prior marriages)
If you are older than 16 years of age: Police certificates are not required from Pakistan.
However, an original police certificate is required from any countries where you previously lived.
For more information on obtaining these certificates, visit Reciprocity by Country.
2 visa photos (front view) with white or off-white background (2x2 inches) - photos must be
un-cropped and without any editing or enhancements. Please click here for instructions.
Original valid passport
Affidavit of Support (form I-864) with all supporting documents from the petitioner and/or a
qualified Joint Sponsor, click here if an original affidavit of support has not already been
submitted to NVC in the United States.

If applicable contract between Sponsor and Household Member (I-864A)
Waiver from Affidavit of Support (Form I-864 W) for children of a U.S. Citizen under 18 years of
age. (These children are exempted from Affidavit of Support I-864).
Applicant must provide medical examination results from an Embassy designated physician. The
list of these physicians is available right click here.
If your petitioner has not previously paid the immigrant visa application processing fee, you will be
required to pay it at the Embassy.  The fee must be paid in cash (dollars or the equivalent amount in
Pakistani rupees.  

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