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Requirements for Birth and Marriage Certificates During Your Consular Visit

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Rate this post Birth Certificate Requirements When you apply for your U.S. visa, you will need to present the original birth certificates for yourself and each family member who is applying for their visas. These birth certificates should be issued in the country of birth by the official custodian of birth records. The certificates must show the date of the person’s birth, the place where the person was born, the names of both parents, and official annotation proving that the certificate is a copy of an official record. USAFIS is an immigration service that has helped thousands of foreign nationals move to the United States to live, work, and study. Marriage Certificate Requirements When married people apply for their U.S. visa, they need to bring the original marriage certificate or a certified copy that bears the seal or stamp of the official who issued the certificate. Marriage Termination Documentation Requirements…

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Completing the DS-260 Form after Winning the Green Card Lottery

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Rate this post After you win the Green Card Lottery, you will need to complete the Online Immigration Visa and Alien Registration Application, which is also referred to as the DS-260 form. This first step is an online form that is completed on the website of the U.S. State Department and then submitted electronically to the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) where your visit with the U.S. Consul will be scheduled. USAFIS is a privately owned service that provides professional immigration-related services and products to foreign nationals as they apply to the Green Card Lottery Program and complete the Consular Process.

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What Happens Once You Win the Green Card Lottery

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Rate this post After you win the Green Card Lottery, it’s time to proceed to the next step, which is the interview with a U.S. consul. This important meeting will be held at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. According to USAFIS, “Your meeting with the U.S. consul is one of the most important action steps for gaining entrance into the U.S.” The interview will be very short, often less than ten minutes, but it’s likely that you will spend a good deal of time waiting to be seen by the official. You should have already been advised as to what to take with you and what to expect during your interview. While it’s impossible to know exactly what questions you will be asked at your interview, the USAFIS experts can give you tips on how to answer questions in the best possible way.

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Can I Still Get The Green Card If I Was Selected In The Lottery Almost Two Months Ago?

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Can I Still Get The Green Card If I Was Selected In The Lottery Almost Two Months Ago? 1 (20%) 1 vote At USAFIS, we are often asked about the Green Card Lottery process. This process has certain time requirements that must be followed in order to have a successful immigration process into the United States. If you won the Green Card Lottery almost two months ago, you have until September 30 of the following year to complete the immigration process to the United States. This status can be checked starting in May.

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Francois Zantingh Testimonial USAFIS

Francois Zantingh Testimonial USAFIS 5 (100%) 1 vote Francois Zantingh won the Green Card Lottery at 2016, and here is his experience with USAFIS –  “Having registered in 2006, finally got a call in 2016 that I won the lottery. USAFIS helped me out in providing me the right information to further complete my application and are persistent in making sure I follow up to”.

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Khalil Ibrahim Salam Testimonial USAFIS

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Rate this post Khalil was lately announced to be one of the happy winners of the Green Card Lottery. Now he is starting to plan his new life in America. “This is to confirm that USAFIS has handeld my file related to the program of “live and work in USA” in very professinal way has continouusly updating its status till it materialized into a winning file. Many thanks to USAFIS and the team whom led my file to become a successful status.”