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K1 - is more Evidence of relationship needed at interview?
8:28 pm May 22, 2021

al-9000

Al-9000

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When attending K1 visa interview at the embassy - do they already have the evidence of a relationship submitted with the initial petition?

My fiancee and I have been together 15 years and we have a child - we submitted substantial proof of this with the initial petition (15 years of photos!, flights, joint banks, mortgages, etc). Will they have all this to hand at the interview or do I need to collate copies of it all and briing it with me?

Apologies if this is answered elsewhere (search didn't really help).



 
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London Embassy visa unit contact form
10:31 am April 9, 2021

Aaron&Clari

Aaron&Clari

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Hello,

I've been trying to contact the London Embassy via their online contact form on their website.

However, I'm not able to find it anymore, and searching doesn't seem to come up with anything.

Does anybody know whether they have taken it offline or have moved it elsewhere, please? It seems sneakily done, and there doesn't seem to be a message to say that they've removed the page.

Thanks!

EDIT: Scrap that. I'm sorry. I did eventually find it in the end... so this post can be deleted now. Thank you anyway.



 
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DS-260 - Previous US Visa
1:44 am April 9, 2021

JPD91



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Hi,

I am about to begin completing the DS-260 form and seen from the exemplar form there is a question on previous US visas. I was issued a J1 visa back in 2012 to work at a summer back, however due to a new passport I am unable to get the date it was issued and the visa number.

Anyone know how to reacquire this information?

Thanks



 
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My journey so far - plus London K-1 questions
5:05 pm January 8, 2021

al-9000

Al-9000

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Hi, I know many of us K1 applicants are stuck in limbo but was wondering if anyone could help with any answers for me. (And assure me I'm not missing something obvious regarding K1 appointments.)

I'm a UK citizen currently stuck in the UK and my Finance and daughter (both US citizens) are in the US. In Feb 2019, we sold up and shipped eveything to the US, and they've been there since. I travelled back and forth to the UK every 3 months during our K1 application process. I returned in March 2020 for the medical and interview, and we had planned to re-unite on a family trip to Ireland in July, at which point everything should have been sorted and we'd all head back to the states together. I managed to get my medical done, then lockdown hit. I've not seen them since.

I had the medical on 17 March, but have been not been able to get passed the MRV fee payment/schedule appointment stage on the website (obviously because of no appointments).

That medical is presumably invalid now, so does anyone know under what conditions it may be extended? Or will I most likley need to pay for another one? (The embassy faq is vague on this)

Also, will I need to get another Police certificate as they are only valid for a year in normal circumstances, and mine was issued 31 Jan 2020 ? (Can't find an answer, but I'm assuming it's a yes)

Has *anyone* managed to get a K1 visa in the UK since March? I notice some of you had embassy appointments that we're rescheduled through the summer.

And finally, has anyone successfully travelled to the US on an ESTA under the 'parent of US citizen' exemption to PP9996 ?

Thanks,

Al.



 
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Some Canadian snowbirds in Florida are already getting the COVID-19 vaccine
10:17 pm January 7, 2021

Boiler



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https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/canadian-vaccine-snowbirds-florida-covid-19-1.5863640

Snowbirds who headed to Florida this winter despite Canada's advisory not to travel abroad during the pandemic have discovered an unexpected perk: They can sign up to get the COVID-19 vaccine potentially months before it's available to seniors in Canada.

Canadian snowbird Perry Cohen, 74, of Toronto said that he and his wife, Rose, 71, each got the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Florida on Tuesday.

The couple are spending the winter at a condo they own in Deerfield Beach, Fla. On New Year's Day, they were invited to sign up for a vaccination clinic set up in their gated community.

"I guess we were in the right place at the right time," Cohen said, adding they're both booked to get their followup dose of the vaccine in three weeks.

"What a nice way to start the new year."



 
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