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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Hong Kong
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Ok, I received my wife packets of visa info today. Some reason it took 2 weeks to get here -.- But, since it took 2 weeks, I'm going to wait until next week to send out because of Thanksgiving (sometimes mail can get lost) and I will have my house next week on 26 or 27 if closing day isn't push back.

With that said, here's my question:

1. Is it bad if everything is printed out, even if the space did not fit? I went ahead and prepared a supplement for that question and printed that with signature and date. So I have like 2 supplement for I-129F and 2 supplement for mine G-325A and then my fiancee has 3 supplement for G-325A.

2. Do I need 4 passport type photo for each G-325A paper? I have 4 supplement paper for each G-325A, but DO I need 4 passport type photo for each G-325A?

3. I'm not sure how to mail this to VSC. This is what I will do, please tell me if its good or not.

I will have a envelope with a folder, consisting all my paper works for the Visa. I have 3-4 binder clips that holds everything together. I plan to place paper sheet protectors with a subject name in between some sections. I supplied my passport with stamps going to Hong Kong for evidence meeting within the past two years and I also attached 3-5 pictures of us together. (The pictures is in a zip lock bag labeled Proofs of evidence meeting within past two years, using a binder clips to attach it to my copies of passport.)

I'm so anxious to send this packet out and just wait for good news :-D.

Thanks in advance friends.

Tanffy Chan


December Filer

K-1

12/12/07 - Sent I-129F packet out (express mail baby)

12/13/07 - VSC received packet I-129F (Now I'm waiting for my check to cash)

12/14/07 - VSC Check cashed

12/14/07 - NOA1

12/18/07 - Touched

02/17/08 - Touched OMG I got touched

04/02/08 - WOOT NOA2 ^^

04/03/08 - Touched

Can't recall everything that went on but...

About 07/11/08 - My wife first step on USA

...

We're at the process where we will have an interview for my wife 10 year visa. My wife already have her 2 years condition green card and her Social Security #.

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Ok, I received my wife packets of visa info today. Some reason it took 2 weeks to get here -.- But, since it took 2 weeks, I'm going to wait until next week to send out because of Thanksgiving (sometimes mail can get lost) and I will have my house next week on 26 or 27 if closing day isn't push back.

With that said, here's my question:

1. Is it bad if everything is printed out, even if the space did not fit? I went ahead and prepared a supplement for that question and printed that with signature and date. So I have like 2 supplement for I-129F and 2 supplement for mine G-325A and then my fiancee has 3 supplement for G-325A.

2. Do I need 4 passport type photo for each G-325A paper? I have 4 supplement paper for each G-325A, but DO I need 4 passport type photo for each G-325A?

3. I'm not sure how to mail this to VSC. This is what I will do, please tell me if its good or not.

I will have a envelope with a folder, consisting all my paper works for the Visa. I have 3-4 binder clips that holds everything together. I plan to place paper sheet protectors with a subject name in between some sections. I supplied my passport with stamps going to Hong Kong for evidence meeting within the past two years and I also attached 3-5 pictures of us together. (The pictures is in a zip lock bag labeled Proofs of evidence meeting within past two years, using a binder clips to attach it to my copies of passport.)

I'm so anxious to send this packet out and just wait for good news :-D.

Thanks in advance friends.

Tanffy Chan

1. Assuming you have original signatures for everything, you should be fine.

2. Only 1 photo is needed, but some put in 2 just in case.

3. Sounds good. I assume you mean a copy of your passport, if you send your real passport you may never get it back.


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Also verify this checklist to make sure you have everything:

Assembling the I-129F Package: Checklist

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...mp;page=k1guide

Good Luck with the process. :thumbs:


05/07/2007 : I-129F Sent

05/29/2007 : NOA1

09/28/2007 : NOA2 (144 days from filing date)

11/02/2007 : NVC Received Case (35 days from NOA2)

11/06/2007 : NVC Sent Case to HCM Consulate

11/16/2007 : HCMC Received Case

11/17/2007 : HCMC Sent Packet 3

11/20/2007 : HCMC Received Packet 3

12/10/2007 : HCMC Called Fiancee (Packet 4 Sent + Interview Date)

12/18/2007 : Packet 4 Received

01/02/2008 : Medical Appointment

01/09/2008 : Interview passed!

01/29/2008 : Visa Received

02/02/2008 : POE @ SFO

Favorite Links:

K1 Process Flowchart

Vietnam Visa Seekers

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