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Ann R

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
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    Denver CO
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    Malaysia

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  1. I believe what I have with my right now is the copy of it. I'm sorry Thank you for the clarification, I believe it's my copy Yeah, this is what I've been thinking and reading, some people get RFE and some are not. It seems like it depends on the IO during the interview. I'm just considering the possibilities of getting RFE if I'm using the copy that I have now and would love to know what are the experiences of other people who didn't do the second medical checkup.
  2. Officer in airport just briefly checking my passport, and didnt take my medical reports. I still have my DS3025 + chest xray
  3. Didn't take mine, I still have copy of my DS3025 + CD for my chest xray
  4. Hi everyone, We finally got out interview letter last week and I'm preparing for the documents to be brought on the interview day. My question right now is regarding the medical checkup if I can still use my previous K-1 medical checkup report. I've been reading a lot, now it says valid for 2 years or I might be wrong? I called various clinics yesterday and apparently the cost is over $500++ not including vaccinations if needed and it's quite expensive for me Anyone have experience going to AOS interview using their K-1 medical report? Or should I go for another one? I did medical checkup in Malaysia - July 2018 K-1 Interview in Kuala Lumpur - July 2018 Enter USA via K-1 - August 2018 Married - Oct 2018 Submitted AOS form - May 2019 Did biometrics - June & July 2019 (I did twice because FBI couldnt read my fingerprints for the 1st one) Interview - this upcoming 30th Oct Appreciate if anyone can share their experiences here, or any advices for me whether I should just go for another medical checkup? Thank you so much!
  5. Thank you!! And do you have any idea regarding the birth certificate translation? My BC is in English but for some reason my gender and my dad's occupation was writte in Malay. Should I find a translator or just do it by myself? I read that some people hire professionals but I'm trying to save my money to do it by myself if it can be accepted by USCIS.
  6. Hello, I have questions here, been reading the forum to look for answers but I guess it's safer to create a new topic and ask for everyone's opinion. I got married last Oct under K1, and still in the process to complete all my AOS forms but I have 2 issues here 1) I just moved to a new house a month ago, my husband said that we need to inform USCIS regarding the new address because our mailing address now gonna be different than the one we used while applying for K1. Is it necessary? 2) My passport is expiring soon, on this coming May. I was thinking if I should proceed with the application and renew my passport later OR renew first, and submit application afterwards? Thank you everyone ❤️
  7. I'm pretty sure that once you get your NOA 2, you can schedule your interview by yourself once you completed the DS 160
  8. There is only one panel clinic in Malaysia, it's in Kuala Lumpur. Good luck with everything
  9. I think you're fine. I was on my way to my interview in uber when I realized I don't have a translated birth certificate ( my BC was half Malay and half English) My interview was quick and fine, the officers didn't question about my birth certificate at all. lol
  10. Once you get NOA2 , your fiance will be e-mailed of things and list that needed to be done. Your fiance's part (if he is the petitioner) Gather all the documentations required for your interview. He will be given a list of what he needs to do. From there, you can see what are the things needed to be done as well. For your part, begin to fill the DS 160 or 260 form (refer to the email sent to your fiance) and once you fill that in, you will be given the next instructions of what to do (what documentations (birth certificate, etc etc) and where you should do your medical checkup. Call the clinic to book for an appointment. My advice is not to stressed yourself too much, just to follow ONLY WHAT THEY ASKED on the list. Good luck ** Sorry I cant find button to edit my post
  11. Once you get NOA2 , your fiance will be e-mailed of things and list that needed to be done. Your fiance's part (if he is the petitioner) Gather all the documentations required for your interview. He will be given a list of what he needs to do. From there, you can see what are the things needed to be done as well. For your part, begin to fill the DS 160 or 260 form (refer to the email sent to your fiance) and once you fill that in, you will be given the next instructions of what to do (what documentations (birth certificate, etc etc) and where you should do your medical checkup. Call the clinic to book for an appointment. My advice is not to stressed yourself too much, just to follow ONLY WHAT THEY ASKED on the list. Good luck
  12. I did my medical checkup in Malaysia. Based on my experience, just call the panel clinic/hospital and they will let you know what to bring. In Malaysia we do not have immunization records as it was done for free by government at schools (it might be different at another country so please double check with the clinic) I only bring my passport and 4x photos.
  13. Hi Guys, I've paid for my interview fees last Wednesday (13 June) and today is Monday (18 June) I still receive this message on the website "No valid record can be found for the entered receipt number. Please validate that your receipt number is correct and that you have paid the correct amount for the visa which you are applying for." Is this something I should feed worried about? FYI Last Friday was Eid Mubarak Holiday so it was considered as Public Holiday in Malaysia. Anyone else experienced this before?
  14. Hi everyone, Finally gotten our NOA2 since April and I'm about to schedule an interview with the Embassy but I'm stuck with this "case id" while trying to scheduling my interview. Anyone knows where or how to find my case ID ? Or is it th "Case number" from the letter I got from NVC? I'm totally confused Thank you all
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