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  1. Hi! I printed out 4x6 photos and put them in a bag just like you mentioned in the first post and just wrote the dates and what we we were doing on the back of each photo in permanent marker. I secured the ziploc bag to a piece of blank printer paper with paper clips and just put it in the middle of my petition. Got approved with absolutely no issue.
  2. My fiance is having major issues with the site as well. He can only do a little bit at a time because he keeps getting errors and it's a crapshoot whether or not it's saving his information. He's tried on Firefox and Chrome. He is just doing a tiny bit at a time and saving after every little edit. We thought it was perhaps a temporary problem but it seems like many others are having it as well
  3. We're having a hard time too. The page formatting keeps messing up every time he moves onto a new section of the DS160. Not sure what the issue is and he's using Chrome. Very frustrating! This is kind of the formatting I'm talking about. When I access this URL (https://ceac.state.gov/genniv/) , sometimes it looks like this and I don't know why.
  4. After barely missing out on the last shipment, I can happily say my case is now in transit! 😁 I try not to fret too much, I'm happy things are moving and it has given me more time to confidently prepare. Thanks again Greenbaum for the DHL trick, will be sure to use that on Wednesday.
  5. ^ I believe tax returns, his employment letter and letter from his bank should be more than sufficient. From what I've gathered, I believe monthly bank statements/deposits and stock information wouldn't make a difference at all as long as he meets the minimum income requirement since that information is generally used for those who are supplementing assets short of meeting the minimum requirement. By all means, if it makes you feel better about it, supply them. But try not to fret too much as I do not think they are necessary at all in your case.
  6. My fiance is also living in another country than his citizenship country. I just filled out the application as normal, gave only the documents needed and I didn't put anything in the i-129f regarding his status in the country since it wasn't required. As far as I know, the i-129 doesn't even require the beneficiaries passport or birth certificate at that point in the process. I didn't include it other than passport stamps. I think you should be fine.
  7. Congrats on your approval! Many of us have also moved onto our NOA2 - NVC threads. Since you were approved June 2019, yours would be here. ^^ Greenbaum also has a very helpful link in the first post for you to check out on the next steps of the process.
  8. My NOA2 is May 22nd. My case still hasn't arrived at NVC after 24 days. It seems that many parts of this process can vary wildly for all of us so no need to fret unless you're out of that 8 week window!
  9. We're still awaiting ours, but they said it could take up to 2 weeks or more so I'm not panicking. Yet. 🤪
  10. Fiance went to get his finger prints taken for police cert today. ^^ They actually said it may take a few weeks to get the police certificate back since the place he went to told him they were seeing "a huge increase in requests lately". I thought that was interesting. This was in Vancouver, btw. Glad we got them early.
  11. So close! Dunno where I got the 18 number. Thanks for the correction. ^^ Also, that link is very helpful! Thank you so much for the info.
  12. Actually, correcting myself here. Any country lived in for more than 6 months after the age of 18. ^^
  13. I'm in a similar situation where the fiance will need a police cert from his home country (Brazil) in addition to current country. I'm just thankful from what I can tell that he only needs a federal police cert and not state since he's been out of the country for over 5 years. I still need to research it a little to be absolutely sure. Need to wait until much closer to the interview for the Brazil police check since those expire within 60 days, I believe. This thread is also great at reminding me that I really need to double check with him how long he stayed in France during a work visa. From what I can see, a police certificate is required from any country lived in for more than 6 months but feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
  14. I got my physical NOA2 in the mail! It's official! I got two though.... is that normal? I received two envelopes with the same acceptance letter. Thought that was a little strange.
  15. ^ Us recent NOA2's need to receive/send our packet 3 before they send us packet 4 which will allow us to schedule interview. (I'm pretty sure! Anyone please correct me if I'm wrong :D) It seems interviews for Montreal are already going into July so I'm preparing myself for August/September interviews.
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