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Hello all. My fiancée has received the NOA2 and I, the beneficiary, am awaiting a letter from NVC for my interview.

 

Would anyone please provide information on what documents I need to provide? Do they need to be the originals of the copies included in the information/evidence package we provided? Does this mean I need to possess my fiancée’s birth certificate and passport? Or just copies of them?

 

Thanks so much for any help.

 

Aaron.

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5 minutes ago, Aaron&Clari said:

Hello all. My fiancée has received the NOA2 and I, the beneficiary, am awaiting a letter from NVC for my interview.

 

Would anyone please provide information on what documents I need to provide? Do they need to be the originals of the copies included in the information/evidence package we provided? Does this mean I need to possess my fiancée’s birth certificate and passport? Or just copies of them?

 

Thanks so much for any help.

 

Aaron.

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If you are awaiting NVC to schedule your interview you will be waiting a long time as the applicant schedules his/her own


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Unless there are embassy/consulate requirements, suggest that you read the Guides: https://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide/

 

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Thank you. So to confirm, I do not need to have my fiancée’s US passport (the actual original passport, and not a photocopy) or birth certificate with me at all for the interview?

 

Photocopies of her passport and her birth certificate were provided in the package for the application, but as it stated that originals may need providing, do I really need to have her passport and stuff with me? She will be in the USA without her passport as I would be having it in the UK, and that wouldn’t make sense!

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9 minutes ago, Aaron&Clari said:

Thank you. So to confirm, I do not need to have my fiancée’s US passport (the actual original passport, and not a photocopy) or birth certificate with me at all for the interview?*

 

Photocopies of her passport and her birth certificate were provided in the package for the application, but as it stated that originals may need providing, do I really need to have her passport and stuff with me? She will be in the USA without her passport as I would be having it in the UK, and that wouldn’t make sense!

*NO the embassy does want to see the petitioner's actual passport

 

 


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On 8/12/2019 at 3:14 PM, Aaron&Clari said:

Hello all. My fiancée has received the NOA2 and I, the beneficiary, am awaiting a letter from NVC for my interview.

 

Would anyone please provide information on what documents I need to provide? Do they need to be the originals of the copies included in the information/evidence package we provided? Does this mean I need to possess my fiancée’s birth certificate and passport? Or just copies of them?

 

Thanks so much for any help.

 

Aaron.

 

The embassy in London does not need anything from your American fiancé except her I-134 Affidavit of Support and one proof of income. That means no birth certificate, no passport, no photos, no chat logs, no NOA1 or 2 , no petition packet, no proof of relationship. 

 

See the London list of documents on the embassy website. The interview is all about YOUR documents. https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/required-documents/

Open and read those carefully for the details. 

Edited by Wuozopo

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35 minutes ago, tench said:

Does the Embassy need a copy of the original petition I-129F to be submitted to them as well?

NO!!  


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

HandArrow.gif       Visa Process at USEM for the Philippines;  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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