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Hi, ive filed an IR1/CR1 from Pakistan. Got DQed from NVC a month back and am awaiting an interview. Would it be okay to upload proof of marriage like bank statements/pictures in additional documents? would this put me to the back of the NVC queue again or not? Since my case is already complete. Also, I'm the beneficiary and Im a doctor, do I need to fill out and upload the Public Charge Questionnaire while I'm at it? 

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1 hour ago, MKY said:

Hi, ive filed an IR1/CR1 from Pakistan. Got DQed from NVC a month back and am awaiting an interview. Would it be okay to upload proof of marriage like bank statements/pictures in additional documents? would this put me to the back of the NVC queue again or not? Since my case is already complete. Also, I'm the beneficiary and Im a doctor, do I need to fill out and upload the Public Charge Questionnaire while I'm at it? 

WHY would you want to upload documents AFTER DQ? 
Are you hoping to get an RFE or want to further delay your case?


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5 minutes ago, onek said:

WHY would you want to upload documents AFTER DQ? 
Are you hoping to get an RFE or want to further delay your case?

There’s some woman on some forum who’s advising people to upload proof of marriage even after DQ, saying that it won’t trigger another review. Apparently and I quote, it’s called “side loading” a petition. 

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14 hours ago, Sibtain said:

Is this mandatory? Who asked you to fill this out? NVC or you are doing it on your own?

Why do you think it might be mandatory when NVC has already COMPLETED their process on portal.

OP just want to do something that “some woman” on “some forum” was asking others to do it.  OP seems to believe “some woman” more than official NVC process.


04/21/20: IR-5 Submitted Online 

04/21/20: NOA1 Issued online

04/27/20: NOA1 Received via postal mail from Texas Service Center

04/27/20: Touched

04/28/20: Case Transferred to California Service Center

05/14/20: Touched 

05/15/20: Touched 

07/01/20: Touched

07/06/20: Touched 

 

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Just now, onek said:

Why do you think it might be mandatory when NVC has already COMPLETED their process on portal.

OP just want to do something that “some woman” on “some forum” was asking others to do it.  OP seems to believe “some woman” more than official NVC process.

Lol. So I called the NVC. You can do so yourself. They said it’s okay to add additional documents even after DQ. It doesn’t trigger another review and whether or not you want to add additional proof is on your discretion. Doesn’t harm the case, neither does it change your queue to the interview. Also mind the tone 

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