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About hlcjjc

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    Iowa

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    K-1 Visa
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    Des Moines IA
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    United Kingdom

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  1. I got worried about this too, so I went and found it in the updated USCIS policy manual: https://www.uscis.gov/policymanual/HTML/PolicyManual-Volume8-PartB-Chapter4.html And: https://www.uscis.gov/policymanual/HTML/PolicyManual-Volume8-PartB-Chapter3.html#S-B So it looks like we probably won't need a second medical exam 😊
  2. I'm a K1 visa applicant but I found this post through searching the site. I'm autistic too, and I got approved just fine! I was worried too, but I just gave them my report from my diagnosis at the medical exam, they were extremely understanding, and I got my passport back with my visa earlier this week. Nothing to worry about at all 😊
  3. This made me much less anxious, thank you! 😊 I think I'm still gonna bring all the evidence I can, purely to help me worry about it less.
  4. I think I'm gonna bring her tax things too, but only show them if they specifically request them. Thank you everyone for your replies 😊
  5. Hi everyone, I posted this earlier in the general K1 visa forum by mistake, and I don't know how to delete it so I'm sorry if cross posting isn't allowed. So I'm a bit worried about something. For the affidavit of support for the interview, I've read lots of different things about what evidence you should provide. The thing is, my fiancée only started working at her job in July this year, and I'm worried about this affecting things. She definitely earns enough to prove she can support me, but she just graduated university this year, and so we're worried that things like tax returns and a statement from her bank would make it look as if she hasn't earned enough this past year. I was planning on bringing a letter from her employer, something confirming her current bank balance, and some of her pay stubs (along with the I-134 of course). Would this be enough evidence? Or will they need to see tax stuff or a letter from her bank? I have a month until my interview, and I'm having it in London. Thank you for reading 🙂
  6. Hi everyone, So I'm a bit worried about something. For the affidavit of support for the interview, I've read lots of different things about what evidence you should provide. The thing is, my fiancée only started working at her job in July this year, and I'm worried about this affecting things. She definitely earns enough to prove she can support me, but she just graduated university this year, and so we're worried that things like tax returns and a statement from her bank would make it look as if she hasn't earned enough this past year. I was planning on bringing a letter from her employer, something confirming her current bank balance, and some of her pay stubs (along with the I-134 of course). Would this be enough evidence? Or will they need to see tax stuff or a letter from her bank? I have a month until my interview, and I'm having it in London. Thank you for reading 🙂
  7. Thank you so much! I'll definitely do this, I mainly wanted to know if I'd need to send stuff to them in the post, I'm glad that this probably isn't the case! I'll get my interview booked asap 😊
  8. I can't reschedule at this point without paying the £95 fee, plus I've already booked my travel 🙁 I'm fully aware of how stupid I am for making this mistake 🙁
  9. I haven't scheduled it yet because I've been worried about delays with the medical 🙁
  10. I have a difficult situation right now, and I'm posting to see if anyone has any advice or input. My medical is on Tuesday, so it's too late to reschedule, but I don't have my patient summary or doctor's letter about my previous self harm. I'm going to my GP on Monday, but I doubt I'll be able to get a letter the same day, and I'm worried that the patient summary could take a day or two. The email I got from the medical place says that they can put my medical on hold until I submit the summary and the letter, but how does that work? Can I scan them and email them? Or do I have to post them? I'm so stressed about this, I thought I'd lucked out by getting an appointment so soon, but now I'm terrified 😥
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