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Ok, this is a bit of a warning to everyone (particularly with Cuban fiances) that just because you get a quick NOA2, it doesn't mean the process will go any more quickly.

I had a big letdown this week when I called to make my fiance an interview appointment and was told the next available date was Dec 5, and I couldn't even make it right then because he didn't have a passport number yet. This visa process can really screw with your emotions...

Anyway, my real question: now that there will be quite a bit more waiting than I expected I'm not sure if I should send all the documents - the copy of the original petition, the I134 and supporting evidence - now or closer to his interview date when I set it up. Does anyone know if they need the notarized I134 to be very current (within a month or two) or does it not matter? What about supporting evidence about bank account info?

Also, since they need evidence of continuing relationship between NOA1 and now, should I just hold off on sending him the stuff and send more later on?

Thanks,

Rebecca

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Ok, this is a bit of a warning to everyone (particularly with Cuban fiances) that just because you get a quick NOA2, it doesn't mean the process will go any more quickly.

I had a big letdown this week when I called to make my fiance an interview appointment and was told the next available date was Dec 5, and I couldn't even make it right then because he didn't have a passport number yet. This visa process can really screw with your emotions...

Anyway, my real question: now that there will be quite a bit more waiting than I expected I'm not sure if I should send all the documents - the copy of the original petition, the I134 and supporting evidence - now or closer to his interview date when I set it up. Does anyone know if they need the notarized I134 to be very current (within a month or two) or does it not matter? What about supporting evidence about bank account info?

Also, since they need evidence of continuing relationship between NOA1 and now, should I just hold off on sending him the stuff and send more later on?

Thanks,

Rebecca

Everything he takes to the interview should be as recent as is practical.


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