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  1. All is very good info, certainly appreciate all the help. Still a bit of risk as opposed to simply having a state issued ID, but in FL the DMV has had the beneficiary waiting for months with a paper driver permit and refusing to provide any form of ID until they verify her legal status. Nothing found on their website regarding what documents are required or she may be missing in order to get a photo id issued by the state. Thanks all
  2. Sorry about the typos, using an iphone. Meant to time PR is a US territory and the K1 Visa is now expired. Marriage already took place of course. Yes, chances of the flight diverting are slim to none. Probably has either never happened or not in decades, but murphy's law is such.....
  3. Hello all, if the fiancé is still on AOS. Biometrics on May 20th wants to travel to PR is it safe or recommended since we’ve not been able to get a drivers license or other form of ID? We know PR is a IS territory but we’re concerned because of the overseas portion of the trip, the fact that the Fiancé only has. Belorussian passport with a now experience K1 vida and the possibility of this raising questions on the way there or back to Florida. Google searches have mixed opinions about the risk and some people do not recommend any kind of travel outside the lower 48. Petitioners parents are in PR and want to meet the new now wife. thanks all
  4. Hey folks, we went to try and schedule the interview for October at the embassy in Poland. The calendar is not open for October yet. Is this too far out? How far in advance can you schedule at most? This is for a K1 visa interview in Poland. Belorussian finace Thanks!
  5. So got a Ready from the CEAC Site: U.S. Department of State IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION Ready Immigrant Visa Case Number: WRWXXXXXXXXXXX Case Created: 14-Aug-2018 Case Last Updated: 22-Aug-2018 Your case is ready for your interview when scheduled at the U.S. Consular section. If you have already scheduled an appointment for an interview, please prepare your documents as directed in your appointment letter and appear at the consulate on the appointed date and time. Otherwise, please wait until you have been notified of your interview appointment. Additional information about how Immigrant Visa interview appointments are scheduled can be found at: http://nvc.state.gov/interview For more information, please visit TRAVEL.STATE.GOV. So to get this correct, these are the steps, right? Complete DS-160, Belarusian Finace/Warsaw Poland Schedule Visa pay fee at US Travel Docs Site after creating a profile Missing anything? Thank all!
  6. Hello all, an email stating that the case has been forwarded by the NVC to the embassy was received. When can the interview be scheduled? Should we wait for the embassy to get the case and all the documents. The email says this can take several weeks *WRW2018@@@@@* K1-FTP 21-AUG-2018 Dear ANZHELIKA VLADIMIROVNA LOPATINA, The National Visa Center (NVC) received your fiancé (e)’s/spouse’s approved I-129F petition from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). NVC will now forward the petition to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in Warsaw, Poland. Please note that the transfer process can take several weeks. The U.S. Embassy or Consulate will contact your fiancé (e)/spouse when they are ready to process his or her petition. Next steps: Go to our website http://nvc.state.gov/k1 to learn how to apply for a K visa and prepare for the visa interview. Please keep the following information for your records: Case Number: WRW2018@@@@@@@@ USCIS Receipt Number WAC1@@@@@@@@ Principal Applicant: ANZ@@@@@ V@@@@@ Petitioner: RICARDO BA@@@@ Interview Location: Warsaw, Poland Post Address: U.S. Embassy, Sekcja Konsularna Ambasada Stanow Zjednoczonych W Warszawie, Ul. Piekna 12 00-540 Warszawa. Poland Thank you for your patience in the immigrant visa process. Sincerely, Thanks all!
  7. OK, here is what we got. There seems to be some kind of steps (6) required there, but I believe this is just a standard message and there is nothing to be done. Correct? They must simply wait for the case to be sent to the embassy and they can schedule the interview. His finace is working on her police bg and medical stuff. They have not received any emails yet
  8. I'm checking for a friend. I also went through this process, but it's been a few years and can't remember exactly. So can someone point me to the process after the I-129 F/NOA2 is approved. They got their approval on 7/31/2018 so it's been 16 days since forwarded to the NVC correct? When and how will they get their case number. Should they just call and then follow up to track it on the way to the embassy? My K1 was back in 2014 and not sure if there have been changes in the process and the details are fuzzy anyways. Thanks!
  9. Probably this has been discussed but can't find it so here it goes again. Based on the USCIS site it states that the afidavit is not required until later in the process when the fiance is wanting to change their status. Is this correct or should it be filed just in case? https://www.uscis.gov/greencard/affidavit-support Affidavit of Support For Fiancé(e), Spouse, or Child as a “K” Nonimmigrant If your relative is either a K-1 fiancé(e), a K-3 spouse, or a K-2 or K-4 child of fiancé(e) or spouse, you do not need to submit an affidavit of support at the time you file your Form I-129F petition. Instead, you should submit an affidavit of support at the time that your fiancé(e), spouse, or child adjusts status to permanent resident after coming to the United States.
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