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Soon To Be Mrs. T

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  1. I had the same experience. I thought it was a glitch so I redid mine but it still didn't ask for those information. Don't worry about it. That is just how the DS-160 is. I didn't have any issues during my interview.
  2. It makes me really sad that I didn't realize that it is possible to be with my fiancé while we wait for the approval of our I-129F. Good luck OP!
  3. It is most likely not a problem. There are other people with a larger age gap.
  4. Thank you @Hank_! We are going to try the Online Messaging/E-Request Tool first. Thank you @Falcon Cara! I think that is what we will do.
  5. We got the NOA1 Text Message. We just want to make sure that the USCIS has the correct mailing address.
  6. Yes, https://www.uscis.gov/contactcenter. We are just wondering which one of the options is the best way to contact the USCIS.
  7. What is the best way to contact the USCIS? Has anyone tried the Online Messaging/E-Request Tool? It seems like most people call the USCIS Contact Center. What is the best time to call? How long does it usually take to speak to a representative? Can I (the beneficiary) call? My fiancé and I want to contact the USCIS to make sure that they have the correct mailing address. (We did not receive the NOA1 Letter. We understand that it is not important but we want to make sure that all is well before our time for NOA2 comes.) Thank you!
  8. Yes, those are what I was referring too. The DS-160 does not ask for the names of other relatives only immediate relatives (fiancé(e), spouse, child, or sibling). If I remember correctly, it also asks for their immigration status.
  9. That does not apply to the U.S. Embassy in Manila.
  10. @payxibka @Hank_ I have the same question: is it okay to put N/A for those questions on the I-134? When I was reading the instructions for the I-134, I was under the impression that those have to be filled out. On the other hand, I understand that for the I-864 those are optional; the form explicitly states that they don't have to be filled out if the income is sufficient.
  11. I think that there is. For example, if one resided in the state of Washington in the United States and in Australia: Residence 1 50.a. State: WA 50.b. Country: Australia This may be misunderstood as Western Australia (WA), Australia.
  12. I would do it this way: On Page 4: Residence 1 50.a. State: MA 50.b. Country: United States Residence 2 51.a. State: CT 51.b. Country: United States On Page 8: Residence 3 51.a. State: CA 51.b. Country: United States Residence 4 51.a. State: Victoria 51.b. Country: Australia Residence 5 51.a. Province: Gyeongsangbuk-do 51.b. Country: South Korea
  13. I'm not sure if the U.S. Embassy or Consulate where you or your fiancé(e) will be interviewing at does but I have been able to schedule a visa interview over the phone. By the way, as far as I know, the validity of your I-129F will be extended if there are no available interview dates before it expires.
  14. I'm guessing that you are trying to schedule your or your fiancé(e)'s K-1 Visa Interview. You can either wait the 72 hours out or call the U.S. Embassy or Consulate where you or your fiancé(e) will be interviewing at and ask them to schedule your interview over the phone.
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