EzBrzy321's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Elton
Beneficiary's Name: Carolina
VJ Member: EzBrzy321
Country: Dominican Republic
Last Updated: 2019-04-18
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Timeline Comments: 3
Jill_y_edwin on 2019-04-05 said:
Did you fill out the DS-160 yet? Are you using a lawyer either in the US or DR?
EzBrzy321 on 2019-04-05 said:
No and no. Haven’t received anything from the NVC yet
EzBrzy321 on 2019-04-18 said:
Folks the last 2 weeks have been very frustrating. Everything they tell you is for the immigrant visa process and the k1 is not an immigrant visa so you get confused easily with all the foolishness. It’s a different process. We sat around waiting for 2 weeks only to find out we should have filled out the DS160 once the case arrived in Santa Domingo and said “ready” when you check the status. Www.usatraveldocs.com/do is where you will need to go to fill out the ds-160, schedule your appointments (one for fingerprints and the other for the interview) and pay the fee of $265 per person. You have to do the DS 160 and pay first so you can get the number for the appointment. Once the NVC sends you that email saying your case was sent they won’t email you again you will be on your own. We sat and waited thinking they would notify us and they didn’t. You have to do the rest yourself ie fill out the ds160 schedule your own interview and fingerprinting.
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