|Four PDF files which comprises Packet 3 from the Guangzhou consulate in China. The files are compressed in Zip format. I received these files from Frank in October 2003.|
|The 11/20/01 Version of the I-129F form, with line 17 (where it asks for the fiance(e)'s name and street address in native alphabet) modified to accept Chinese characters. Useful if you don't want to worry about the consulate not being able to read handwritten Chinese characters.|
|SSA Memo (EM-00154)||A Memo from the Social Security Administration stating that a I-94 is all that is needed to get a SSN (social security number). Contributed by ndjarett.|
|If you need to ask what it is, you probably don't need to see it. :-) Details here if interested.|
Last updated April 27, 2004
|This link will take you to the site home page.|
|This link will take you to a short introduction to this site.|
This link will take you to the K1 visa and K3 visa timeline database. By default, you will see all available visa timeline entries. Click on the column headers to sort by that column.
You can also filter on the specific timelines you are interested in. Simply click on "Show Filter" on the upper left hand corner, enter the criteria you like to filter in the form boxes under each column heading, and click 'Search'.
|This link will allow you to add a K1 visa timeline or a K3 visa timeline to the database. You will need to enter an e-mail address associated with this timeline. This e-mail address is used to allow you to update your timeline later. It will not be used in any other way or made available to any third parties.|
|This link will allow you to update an existing K1 visa timeline or a K3 visa timeline you have added earlier. Be sure and enter the same e-mail address you used when you added the entry.|
|This link will take you to section with various downloadable resources that may be helpful in the visa application process.|
|This link will take you to a list of other sites which also contain timelines. If you know of a site that is not here, please let us know and we will add it.|
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