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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Jamaica's US embassy has closed 3/11 due to coronavirus. Quarantine takes two weeks and our interview is 2 weeks and couple days on 3/27

 

Wondering if we should push the interview back or just wait and see. If it's not open I believe the consulate will automatically reschedule?

 

Creating a thread so we can keep in touch as everything develops.

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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Schools closed and everything in JA, so I am sure they are not going to respond, as an employee at the embassy has Coronavirus.  I been reading the Gleaner for updates and info.

 

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Knowing that the Embassy is closed until further notice, is there anything should be doing to prepare my fiancé for his K1 interview?  Our NVC status is "ready" since April 6, but he has not received his P3 packet, nor have I been sent anything - it's just like dead air!

 

I completed the DS160 - is there anything else I need to or can do in the meantime?  This "stuck in limbo" is for the birds!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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2 hours ago, GinaCarterWebster said:

Knowing that the Embassy is closed until further notice, is there anything should be doing to prepare my fiancé for his K1 interview?  Our NVC status is "ready" since April 6, but he has not received his P3 packet, nor have I been sent anything - it's just like dead air!

 

I completed the DS160 - is there anything else I need to or can do in the meantime?  This "stuck in limbo" is for the birds!

You can get in touch with @Greenbaum for P3 for Jamaica so he can start getting documents together... He still has to do medicals and schedule his interview when the embassy opens

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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5 hours ago, GinaCarterWebster said:

Knowing that the Embassy is closed until further notice, is there anything should be doing to prepare my fiancé for his K1 interview?  Our NVC status is "ready" since April 6, but he has not received his P3 packet, nor have I been sent anything - it's just like dead air!

 

I completed the DS160 - is there anything else I need to or can do in the meantime?  This "stuck in limbo" is for the birds!

He is going to need a certificate of non-impediment from the RDG office. Costs about $8000 jmd. He also needs to schedule his medical examination at the Andrews memorial hospital in Kingston.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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On 4/16/2020 at 4:54 PM, Chrissyb455 said:

He is going to need a certificate of non-impediment from the RDG office. Costs about $8000 jmd. He also needs to schedule his medical examination at the Andrews memorial hospital in Kingston.

What is a "certificate of non-impediment"??  This the first time I've heard this term...

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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My husband needed to have a year of negative  drug test in order to move forward with getting the Visa. We were only able to do one test so far. His next medical redo is in August. Do you think they will accept only the two test. With every shut down we may not be able to get another One done anytime soon.

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11 hours ago, GinaCarterWebster said:

What is a "certificate of non-impediment"??  This the first time I've heard this term...

It’s basically a certificate presented to the petitioner by the government after they do a general check to make sure he/she isn’t currently in a marriage.. he’ll have to visit the Registrar General’s office in the town he resides and apply for it there. It’ll take around 5-10 days to be ready.

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3 hours ago, Chrissyb455 said:

It’s basically a certificate presented to the petitioner by the government after they do a general check to make sure he/she isn’t currently in a marriage.. he’ll have to visit the Registrar General’s office in the town he resides and apply for it there. It’ll take around 5-10 days to be ready.

Thank you.  Does this replace a divorce decree??  We've already got that.  

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