Hey guys, this is Rona !
I'm a very curious girl hahaha just wanna know not everything but at least something before the next step comes.
I'm the beneficiary, my question is for those who already passed from the interview step, if there are some people from Afghanistan that would be awesome for I'm applying from Afghanistan. ? ??
1- After we recieved the NVC Letter, should we wait for the email from the embassy in the beneficiary's country, or I go straight and get an appointment for my interview!?
2- Do I need to get an appointment for my medical examination or I just go and do my medical examination with out any appointment ?
3- what I need to take with me to the medical examination day to show the proofs for the doctor (examiner)?
4- When do I need to pay for the medical examination and how much $?
5- Should I pay the visa payment before the interview day in a bank or on the interview day in the embassy ?
6- How much is the visa payment in Afghanistan ?
7- How much should I pay for the interview to the consulate officer (interviewer)?
8- Should I get an appointment for my interview first or an appointment for the medical exam, and then for the interview?
9- Should I include the address of the Embassy (USE beneficiary's Country) on top of the letter of intent to marry during the interview phase, Or the USCIS address which we printed it when we sent our petition?
10- Do Afghan people need a police clearance or not? I heard some of people said that Afghan, Pakistanian, and Indian don't need any police clearance . Please confirm it so I make sure myself . ????
Waiting on your replies guys, let's help each other for the best future steps ! ????