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CEAC DS-160 Scan/Upload?

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Hello all, I am hoping someone can clarify this for me. My fiancee and I are in the last stage before the interview of our K-1 journey.

Our lawyer has instructed us that we need to scan and upload some documents to the CEAC although I have not been able to find where or what this needs to be. Long story short the lawyer has been out of the office about every other week for the last couple months and is becoming less helpful (which is super frustrating). The interview is coming up in 18 days and I'm getting worried that we won't be able to find where or what needs to be uploaded.

 

1. If someone could help with this I would be appreciated

2. I've read on the NVC website that they specifically say those who file a DS-260 upload documents but it says nothing about the DS-160. Are we supposed to upload anything or just bring everything to the interview?

 

Thanks in advance, hopefully someone can guide us through this last step.

 

-Justin

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10 minutes ago, JustinMiller said:

Hello all, I am hoping someone can clarify this for me. My fiancee and I are in the last stage before the interview of our K-1 journey.

Our lawyer has instructed us that we need to scan and upload some documents to the CEAC although I have not been able to find where or what this needs to be. Long story short the lawyer has been out of the office about every other week for the last couple months and is becoming less helpful (which is super frustrating). The interview is coming up in 18 days and I'm getting worried that we won't be able to find where or what needs to be uploaded.

 

1. If someone could help with this I would be appreciated

2. I've read on the NVC website that they specifically say those who file a DS-260 upload documents but it says nothing about the DS-160. Are we supposed to upload anything or just bring everything to the interview?

 

Thanks in advance, hopefully someone can guide us through this last step.

 

-Justin

If you’re applying for a k1, you don’t need to do anything at nvc. They will work on your approved petition, assign a case number and send it to your local consulate.

then you can work on your ds160, docs required, medical and interview appointment, etc, but will depend on your location 

 

Dutch the lawyer and read everything you can here on vj, you’re better off. 


07/09/2018: ROC packet sent with USPS 2-day priority shipping

07/11/2018: ROC packet delivered to the Vermont Service Center

07/16/2018: NOA1 received by mail with 18 months extension (notice date 7/12 and check cashed)

08/07/2018: Biometrics appointment letter received by mail (notice date 7/27)

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