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Hi I had a few questions I was wondering if someone could help me with regarding the ds-160.

My fiancé got a little excited, signed, and submitted he and his sons ds-160 but our case is still at the NVC, although we got out case number on August 21. 

Question 1: Do we need to contact someone to let them know it was submitted prematurely?

Also, after he submitted it I watched a few youtube videos about it and we realized he answered the final question about wether someone helped him fill out the form incorrectly on his sons. He put no when it should have said yes because he filled it out for his son (he's 3 years old). He also saw something after submitting it that said link account or add family group. He didn't know about that option before hand. He just filled out two separate ds160 form for he & his son. The issue I'm concerned about is how will we be able to set him up an account with the embassy, pay, and schedule an interview since he's a k2 if their accounts aren't linked. He's 3 so will his interview be on a separate day and time as his fathers? Maybe I'm thinking too far into it. any advice or information would help. Thank you!

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4 hours ago, designguy said:

How were you able to submit it prematurely ?

I guess it wasn’t prematurely. He just did it before our case says ready. I saw conflicting information. Some said I could do it as soon as I got the case number others said wait until out case says ready. Fiancé went through & submitted them both. 

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Okay thank you!

 

Is it looked bad or frowned upon if we submit a new one? All the information is the same besides the last part that asks did anyone help you fill this out. His sons’ needs to say yes. And we need to link them together as a family group. 

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Nowhere on our DS-160 for Philippines were we asked for our case number.  Also, we filled out over 4 different DS-160's before finally getting everything correct.  So, at least in the Philippines, it doesn't matter if you submit a new one.

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10 hours ago, Koko_11 said:

Hi I had a few questions I was wondering if someone could help me with regarding the ds-160.

My fiancé got a little excited, signed, and submitted he and his sons ds-160 but our case is still at the NVC, although we got out case number on August 21. 

Question 1: Do we need to contact someone to let them know it was submitted prematurely?

Also, after he submitted it I watched a few youtube videos about it and we realized he answered the final question about wether someone helped him fill out the form incorrectly on his sons. He put no when it should have said yes because he filled it out for his son (he's 3 years old). He also saw something after submitting it that said link account or add family group. He didn't know about that option before hand. He just filled out two separate ds160 form for he & his son. The issue I'm concerned about is how will we be able to set him up an account with the embassy, pay, and schedule an interview since he's a k2 if their accounts aren't linked. He's 3 so will his interview be on a separate day and time as his fathers? Maybe I'm thinking too far into it. any advice or information would help. Thank you!

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35 minutes ago, dsherma5 said:

Nowhere on our DS-160 for Philippines were we asked for our case number.  Also, we filled out over 4 different DS-160's before finally getting everything correct.  So, at least in the Philippines, it doesn't matter if you submit a new one.

Okay thank you! 

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