K1: Know Before You Go (IV)

THE K PACKET

PAYMENT FIRST.

Each K nonimmigrant visa applicant must first pay the visa application fee of $350 at any Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) branch.  There are three ways to pay the K visa application fee:

•        Cash payment at BPI.

•        Online payment option provided by BPI to their clients.

•        Online payment through Bancnet.

Visit http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3023.html for detailed K visa payment instructions.

VISA FEE PAID?  GO AHEAD AND SCHEDULE YOUR INTERVIEW.

Once the visa fee has been paid, you may proceed to schedule a visa appointment via the online appointment website http://www.ustraveldocs.com/ph or the Embassy’s Visa Call Center at (632) 982-5555 or (632) 902-8930.

BE SURE TO BRING REQUIRED DOCUMENTS.

Applicants should bring the following on the day of their interview:

•        Proof of payment of visa application fee (each applicant needs to pay a fee).

•        Valid passport for at least six months from the time of the visa issuance.

•        Medical examination results from St. Luke’s Extension Clinic.

•        Visa application forms (DS-156, DS-156K, DS-157).

•        Three (3) visa photos.

•        Birth certificate issued on security paper by the Philippine National Statistics Office (NSO).

•        Philippine police (NBI) clearance (for applicants aged 16 years and older).

•        Affidavit of Support (Form I-134), most recent Federal income tax return (Form 1040), and wage statements (W2) from the petitioner.

•        Evidence of ongoing relationship with the petitioner (e.g. photographs with the petitioner taken over a period of time, letters/emails/chat logs, telephone records, and remittance records).

•        Certificate of No Marriage Record (CENOMAR) issued on security paper by the Philippine National Statistics Office (NSO).

•        Police certificate(s) from each foreign country lived in for at least six months since attaining the age of 16, if applicable.

•        Court and prison records, if applicable.

•        Proof of termination of a prior marriage, if applicable (divorce decree, annulment decree, or death certificate).

72 thoughts on “K1: Know Before You Go (IV)

      • Sir my fiance too is self employed and we are now waiting for our NOA2. My question is what income tax return YEAR should we provide? Do i only need to submit 2011 ITR? or our previous ITRs which are 2009,2010 and 2011? i hear to my friends i have to submit my fiance’s last 3 year income tax return. Is that true sir?

        • Fiancee (K1) visa applicants are required to submit a properly executed Affidavit of Support (Form I-134) with original signature from the petitioner, along with the latest available Federal income tax return (Form 1040), wage statements (Form W-2), and proof of current employment.

  1. Good day admin,i just want to ask what should i do,i recieved my k1 visa today but i have noticed theres an error on annotation part ,my fiance’s surname spelled incorrect. Instead of Nichols,it spelled Nicolas on my visa. pls. help.thank you very much

    • Hi, Maria. It is not necessary to correct the petitioner’s name. We wish to assure you that this will not pose any difficulty or problem for you when you enter the United States.

    • While our immigration law does not disallow joint sponsorships for fiancé(e) (K1) nonimmigrant visa applicants, joint sponsors in nonimmigrant visa cases are not legally bound to address the financial needs of the applicant.

      Petitioners in fiancé(e) (K1) nonimmigrant visa cases are generally expected to provide the adequacy of their own financial resources to ensure that an alien, after admission into the United States, will not become primarily dependent on the U.S. Government for subsistence.

      We may consider the petitioner’s assets to make up for any shortfall in his income. The assets may include, but are not limited to: (1) bank accounts showing sustained balance over time, (2) stocks and bonds indicating present cash value or expected earnings, and (3) personal property ownership and real estate investments in the form of a title deed or equivalent or certified copies. The assets must be available in the United States and must be readily convertible to cash within one year. However, if the income from these assets is derived from sources outside of the United States, a statement must be provided as to how the income is to be transferred to the U.S.

  2. hi, our application received by the USCIS last january 9, 2012 may i know if how long does it takes for us to know the result of our application?

    • Since the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is a separate agency, we are unable to determine the processing time required to complete the review and approval of a visa petition. The USCIS National Customer Service Center may be contacted at 1-800-375-5283 (toll-free for U.S. callers) regarding this matter.

  3. Good day admin,i just want to ask what should i do,i received my k1 visa but i have noticed there’s no k2 part ,my son is 2 years old and i am single mom of him, me and my fiance like to travel with HIm going to US.Is this possible ?… what should i do to make it possible….. pls. help.thank you very much…

    ps. sorry
    is not k1 visa its an NVC letter…..

    • To register your son as a derivative beneficiary (K2) of your fiancee (K1) visa petition, you must submit a clear copy of his birth certificate issued on security paper by the Philippine National Statistics Office. If the case is still with the State Department’s National Visa Center (NVC), the document may be submitted to: NVC, 31 Rochester Ave. Suite 100, Portsmouth, NH 03801-2914 (Attn: CMR). The NVC can also be reached by telephone at (603) 334-0700 or by email at NVCInquiry@state.gov regarding this matter.

  4. My fiance is waiting for his KPacket right now. He worked in Vietnam for a year, several years ago. Is it true that he is required to secure a Police Clearance from Vietnam, to present during his interview there in Manila?
    The Vietnam Consulate in Manila will not issue a Police Clearance, and it is financially difficult for my fiance to travel to Vietnam just for that one document.
    Please help us…

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.
      A K nonimmigrant visa applicant is required to present a police certificate from any place of residence for at least six months since attaining the age of 16.

      For specific instructions on how to obtain a police clearance for certain foreign country clearances, you may visit our website at http://travel.state.gov/visa/fees/fees_3272.html.

      See our other K1 Visa FAQs for more information about K1 visas: Who needs to attend the interview?; NBI and other police clearances; and affidavits of support.

      We hope this information is helpful to you.

  5. Hi good day! I jst want to clarify. My fiance is self-employed too, is it necessary for me to submit his income tax returns for the last 3 years? Or would the recent itr be sufficient already to substantiate the affidavit of support? Thanks!

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.
      The documentation may be submitted at the Embassy’s Immigrant Visa Unit by fax at 632-301-2037 or as a scanned email attachment at IVManilaAttachments@state.gov, with your complete name and case number, clearly indicated.

      The consular officer determines if any additional documents are needed as the application is processed.
      Future written inquiries regarding this immigrant visa case may be sent by email to IVManilaReplies@state.gov

  6. hi…my fiance in the US have already received notice from NVC via mail last feb.16 2012 that the K1 visa he applied for me has been approved and will be sent to manila US embassy…Its been already a month and we would like to know what will be the next step?when will I received or how long will i received noticed to apply for visa?
    please help us with this…my fiance called embassy manila for info and the customer service told him that i will no longer received notice from embassy anymore all i should do is to gather all necessary documents comply to the medical requirement and pay the visa interview ..is this ok?im really confuse because the website suggest that i will be notified first by the embassy on what to do….please i need enlightenment….

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.
      In order for us to be more responsive to your inquiry, we request you to send an email to IVManilaReplies@state.gov, with your complete name, case number and current contact information clearly indicated.

  7. hello! i am now divorce with my us citizen ex husband and have the divorce decree. i am planning to get a fiancee visa and i would like to know if the divorce decree is enough or should i still need to get a cenomar from the NSO?

    Thank you very much..

    • Official documents (divorce decree, annulment decree or death certificate, etc.) which prove all prior marriages contracted by you and the petitioner have been legally terminated prior to the filing of the petition must be submitted. Since you have contracted marriage, a Certificate of No Marriage Record (CENOMAR) is not applicable in your case. The adjudicating consular officer will determine during the visa interview or as the case is processed if additional documentation would be required to process the case to completion.

  8. Does my girlfriend need to provided a police certitificate (she worked in Dubai & Lebanon for over six months) even though she was working there on a work contract? I read that it is impossible to get from Lebanon if you are not physically there? Any help will be appreciated, thank you very much.

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.

      A K nonimmigrant visa applicant is required to present a police certificate from any place of residence for at least six months since attaining the age of 16.

      For specific instructions on how to obtain a police clearance for certain foreign country clearances, you may visit our website at http://travel.state.gov/visa/fees/fees_3272.html. If a police clearance cannot be obtain by those not physically present in the former work country, the police clearance will not be requested during the consular officer’s interview.

  9. Hi Admin,

    Quick question: What are considered as assets beside a house (mortgage)? Can a fully paid car be listed on the affidavit?

    Thanks!

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.

      The petitioner’s assets may include, but are not limited to: (1) bank accounts showing sustained balance over time, (2) stocks and bonds indicating present cash value or expected earnings, and (3) personal property ownership and real estate investments in the form of a title deed or equivalent or certified copies. The assets must be available in the United States and must be readily convertible to cash within one year. However, if the income from these assets is derived from sources outside of the United States, a statement must be provided as to how the income is to be transferred to the U.S.

  10. Hi, i have an important question, i am planning to petition my fiance and my concern is the income issue, i do have an income tax returns last year 2011 and i just want to make sure it reaches the poverty level if i apply for K1 form, i have the total of $18,619 from form 1040, did i meet the requirements? i am planning to file next month july 2012. thank you

    • Thank you for your interest in VISAtisfied Voyager.

      For information about financial sponsorship guidelines, you may wish to visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website at http://www.uscis.gov. The USCIS National Customer Service Center (NCSC) may also be contacted at 1-800-375-5283 (toll-free for callers in the U.S.) regarding this matter. Please note that consular officers reviewing your petition will utilize the 2012 poverty guidelines. Whether you meet the guidelines depends on your family size and the number of dependents in your household.

  11. To Whom It May Concern,

    My boyfriend is a citizen of the UK and I am of the US. We are considering applying for a K1 visa. My question is while our application is being reviewed and we are awaiting approval (which I know can take up to a couple of months) can I leave the US or do I have to stay for interviews or something?

    • Thank you for your interest in VISAtisfied Voyager.

      For more information about applying for a K-1 Visa Form, including how to file your application or filing locations and other matters, call the USCIS National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283 or visit USCIS website at http://www.uscis.gov

      Additional information regarding visa petitions may be obtained from the following websites which provide comprehensive information on how a U.S. citizen may bring fiancé(e) to the United States:

      (1) http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis
      (2) http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_1315.html
      (3) http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

      The petitioner need not be present during the applicant’s visa interview, although he/she is welcome to accompany the applicant should he/she wish to do so. A majority of our visa applicants successfully undergo the interview without their petitioners present. If the petitioner is unable to be with the applicant during the interview, he/she can be assured that his absence, in and of itself, will not affect the applicant’s case.

  12. hi i am just curious,i call the manila US embassy to ask what we have to do,, we call the NVC last week and they said that they are processing our petition then when we send them another email for follow up they send us a reply and it says (
    Dear Sir/Madam:

    The National Visa Center (NVC) is unable to assist you with your
    inquiry. Please direct your inquiry to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate
    General processing your petition.

    Please visit http://www.usembassy.gov to find the contact information
    for the appropriate U.S. Embassy or Consulate General. The individual
    Embassy or Consulate General website includes contact information for
    visa-related inquiries.)

    the call center says since we already have the visa case number then we can already start our process .. he ask us to pay for the visa in BPI… but when i call them back again to schedule an appointment they told me that we should wait for Manila embassy’s notice or NVC’s notice then call back to their line again.. he also add that we have to wait this notice before scheduling any interview appointment or medical.. i dont understand this..why my auntie also do the fiance but right after they paid the visa they went straight schedule their interview and do the medical.

    • Thank you for your interest in the VISAtisfied Voyager. For privacy reasons, the Embassy does not address specific case concerns publicly on this blog. For specific information regarding your visa case, please send an email to IVManilaReplies@state.gov, with your complete name, date and place of birth, and the 10-digit visa case number, clearly indicated.

  13. What are the required documents in the initial application to be sent to USCIS and NVC? There is a lot of differing information here. In the original submission, does the K1 applicant need to include her CENOMAR, NBI/police clearance, birth& baptismal certificates, relationship pictures etc. or does she produce these later to be presented to the US EMbassy/Consulate directly? Please advise. Thanks.

    • The petitioner and the fiancé(e) (K1) beneficiary are statutorily required to have met in person within two years immediately preceding the filing of the I-129F petition.

      After USCIS has approved the petition, the agency will send this to the National Visa Center (NVC) for pre-processing. NVC will then forward the approved petition to Embassy Manila where the beneficiary will apply for the nonimmigrant visa.

      For interview preparation instructions for K1/K2 visa applicants located on the Embassy’s website at http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3238.html. The instructions contained on the website will provide you the required documentation and procedures to follow prior to the interview date.

      • Thank you for replying to my query. I understand that the I-129F is initially sent to USCIS then it is forwarded to the NVC then to the US embassy in Manila. But what else should be included in the original packet along with the I-129F, I-134, G-325A, and the filing fee gthat is initially submitted to USCIS? Should the foreign fiancee provide her NBI, CENOMAR, DS-156, etc, at that point?
        Thank you very much in advance.

        • Kindly follow all interview preparation instructions for K1/K2 visa applicants located on the Embassy’s website at http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3238.html. The instructions contained on the website will provide you the required documentation and procedures to follow prior to the interview date.

          You should compile all the required documents and complete the medical examinations before the interview date (when scheduled). Please note that the medical examination may take more than one day to complete.

  14. Hi Admin!

    I would just like to have a verification re: Affidavit of Support. Does the applicant need to bring an original signed copy of Form I-134, original copy bank acct’s info, original w2 and original ITR of her petitioner on the interview?

    And, re: proof of termination of a prior marriage, my fiancee is divorced. Do I need to bring a original or photocopy of his divorce paper?

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Rich

      • Hi Admin!

        Good day! Thank you so much for the reply. I have a question though re: Birth Certificate requirements for K1 interview. It was mention at the post on Embassy of the United States of America – Consular Section – Immigrant Visa Unit – Manila, Philippines – Application Documents, number 2: Birth Certificate – copies must be issued by the Nat’l Statistics Office (NSO) on security paper. Copies are needed for the principal applicant, derivative family members and PETITIONERS WHO WERE BORN IN THE PHILIPPINES. I already have NSO birth certificate of myself for K1 and my daughter for K2. But the thing is, it was mentioned that a NSO Birth Certificate is required for PETITIONERS WHO WERE BORN IN THE PHILIPPINES, my fiancee was born in the Philippines but was adopted and brought to US since he was 7. He doesn’t have communication with his biological family since then and he doesn’t have a copy of his birth certificate from the Philippines, NSO or Local. What are the other options? I am not allowed to get a NSO birth certificate on his behalf since as far as I know NSO only allow parents or spouses to get the birth certificates with authorization letter and actual IDs. Can we present other documents instead? Hope to hear from you soon. Thank you in advance :)

        Regards,
        Rich

        • All documents submitted in support of the visa application will be reviewed at the time of the interview. You should be prepared to submit meaningful and convincing evidence that further establishes your petitioner’s identity. The consular officer determines if any additional documents are needed as the application is processed.

  15. Hi Admin

    I have a question the Consul ask me a new Cenomar and i complied it, l called US embassy the call center agent told me they already received my Cenomar (July 20,2012) she told me they already forwarded to my consul Last (July 23,2012) My question how long we will wait for the approval of my K1 visa. I’m done in my interview (July13). We have plan for the wedding this August 8,2012. thank u for answering our questions..
    God BLess

    • Thank you for your interest in the VISAtisfied Voyager. For privacy reasons, the Embassy does not address specific case concerns publicly on this blog. For specific information regarding your visa case, please send an email to IVManilaReplies@state.gov, with your complete name, date and place of birth, and the 10-digit visa case number, clearly indicated.

  16. Hi Visa Voyager!

    Good day! I have a question regarding Affidavit of Support. I am under K1 route and I understand that the applicant should submit an original signed copy of Form I-134 and supporting documents. My petitioner was divorced for almost a decade and has been submitting form 1040 for the past years as single (no joint submission with wife), and has been working for only 1 company for more than 2 decades. Now, my question is, can I just submit an original signed Form i-134 and W2 showing my petitioner’s wage statements for the past years and a Certificate of Employment? My petitioner doesn’t have a copy of his form 1040 since it was submitted along with other supporting documents during i-129F submission. Thank you in advance. Hope to hear from you soon..

    • Thank you for your interest in VISAtistfied Voyager.
      Fiancé(e)s of U.S. citizens (K1) are required to submit the I-134 Affidavit of Support together with a copy of the petitioner’s most recent Federal income tax return (Form 1040). Employment letters stating salaries and bank statements may be included to substantiate the I-134. If the petitioner is unable to provide a Form 1040, he must submit other credible evidence of assets to meet Federal poverty guidelines for his prospective household size. Such assets could include bank accounts, stock, personal property, real estate and non-taxable sources of income such as Social Security payments which should be available in the U.S. for the applicant’s support and must be readily convertible to cash within one year.

  17. good day! I had a 10yr b1/b2 visa under my married name, visa now expired and was not renewed under VRP (i received the green paper–that i need to appear for an interview). I did not come back to US embassy for interview bcoz I know I will just be denied. My situation now is: My marriage was annulled 6years ago and I have all the legal documents. My US Citizen fiance wants to petition me under K1. “My passport is still under my married name”. Do I need to change my name in my passport back to my maiden name? If I still use my married name on my passport, will my fiance still be able to petition me under K1? Will it cause any delays or problems if I still bring my married name? Will my being refused VRP affect my K1 petition?
    Thank you so much. Please tell me what is the best thing to do…

    • Jane, you do not need to change the name in your passport. As long as your marriage was annulled and you are free to marry, you can be petitioned as a K1. If your tourist visa was refused under 214(b) (intending immigrant), this will not affect your K1 application.

  18. Good day!
    I just have few questions. My fiance filled a 129f to USCIS last February 29,2012 and he received a letter confirming it was already approved on August 29,2012.My concern is, I have made an online interview appointment without receiving any letter from the US Embassy-Manila,I am afraid it might cause me trouble by going on my interview? and what forms should I fill up for my K1 Visa interview?
    It will be a very big help and appreciated, for your response… Thank you and more power!!

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.

      If you already received a notice from NVC that your case has been forwarded to Embassy Manila, you may call the Immigrant Visa Unit’s inquiry line at 301-2000, extension 5184 or 5185, during regular business hours to confirm if the case has already been received by the Embassy.

      Upon confirmation, you should visit our website (http://www.ustraveldocs.com/ph) or contact the Embassy’s Visa Information and Appointment Service at (632) 982-5555 or (632) 902-8930 to schedule a visa interview appointment. The Visa Information and Appointment Service is open Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Manila time), except on Philippine and U.S. holidays. Callers in the U.S. should call (214) 571-1600 between 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
      Please note that you should have your case number, passport number, and passport expiry date ready when requesting a visa appointment.

      For additional information regarding K visa scheduling, payment, and required documentation, please visit our blog post “K1: Know Before You Go.”

  19. Myself and my fiancee have everything done that is required. she has went to Saint. Lukes for med exam and are now waiting for the culture test results to come back. The NVC has gave me the MNL case number. and has told me that the MNL embassy has been contacted. Only problem is they say they cant help us cause she has not recieved anything from them with the case number on it as of yet. everyone wants the case number. Yet still the embassy in manila says they can not e mail it to her or anything. it has been a few months now and still nothing. How long does it take to get the packet of saying we are ready for you to interview?

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.
      In order for us to be more responsive to your inquiry, you may send an email to IVManilaReplies@state.gov with your complete name and case number, clearly indicated.

  20. My fiancee received an RFE because when he sent our application I sent him a xerox of my ex husband’s death certificate that they said is illigible because they can’t read it. should I need to get a copy from NSO or just a original copy from the local civil registrar?

  21. Hi there! Just got a question. My fiance received his visa today and noticed that my name on the annotation is misspelled. Will he have a problem once he enters US? Does he need to go to USEM Manila to have it changed? Thanks!

    • To enable us to take action on the case, we request the applicant to return the visa packet via any branch of 2Go courier service (Attn: Immigrant Visa Section). Please indicate the applicant’s complete name, 10-digit visa case number, email address and landline/mobile phone numbers.

  22. im confused po. just want to ask po if do i need to have the receipt from my NSO and NBI clearance during interview? i got my NBI last week but i lost the receipt. thanks for your help!

    • Applicants are only required to submit the Philippine NBI clearance and the requested document from the Philippine National Statistics Office. There is no need to submit the official receipts for this documentation.

  23. im confused po. just want to ask po if do i need to have the receipt from my NSO and NBI clearance during interview? i got my NBI last week but i lost the receipt. i hope you will reply! thank you!

    • Applicants are only required to submit the Philippine NBI clearance and the requested document from the Philippine National Statistics Office. There is no need to submit the official receipts for this documentation.

  24. Hello admin, we just our mnl number thru phone call and as of now we didnt get any hard copy of it. So my question is.. Is it okay if im going to pay for visa already and schedule appointment online even if i dont have the nvc letter with me?

    • Once we receive the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services-approved visa petition, we notify applicants that they are eligible to schedule a visa interview appointment. In this regard, we do not encourage applicants to pay the visa fee until they have been notified of their eligibility.

  25. I already got my cenomar last april and i will be having my interview on july 25th.. Do i need to get another copy of cenomar? Im not sure about cenomar’s validity?

    • Keisha, we generally accept CENOMARs issued within the past year. However, if the Consular Officer has some question about whether you got married since your last CENOMAR was issued, he/she may ask for a new one at the interview. If this is the case, you could obtain a new one after the interview and submit it through the courier service. You can put either purpose on the CENOMAR.

  26. Good day Admin,
    Quick question, can i get my visa soon? ,i just had my interview (k1) not sure if i pass or not on the interview, the usem had my passport and all documents i submitted, at the window 72 they give me a 221(g) stating :your medical examination results for you.SLMEC still had my results during interview,thats the only thing that was asked for.thanks

    • Hi Cherry, thank you for your interest in the VISAtisfied Voyager.
      For specific information regarding your visa case, please send an email to IVManilaReplies@state.gov, with your complete name, date and place of birth, and the 10-digit visa case number clearly indicated.

  27. Hi Admin, I have received an email from National Visa Center that our approved k1 visa petition has been forwarded to US consulate in Manila 3 days ago, to whom do I need to call to see if my approved petition arrived in the said consulate?

    Also, I moved to a different address about a month ago and I filled up DS – 160 with my new address yesterday, do I need to call the consulate to change my old address in my approved petition to my new one?

    Thank you!

    • Thank you for your interest in the VISAtisfied Voyager. For specific information regarding your visa case, we request you to send an email to IVManilaReplies@state.gov with your complete name, date and place of birth, and the 10-digit visa case number clearly indicated.

  28. Good day!I want to ask about the waiting time period of getting an appointment date from Manila US embassy for k1 applicant..And how long it would take to receive an appointment letter.

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.

      Our Call Center schedules interviews on a first-come, first-served basis. It is currently scheduling interviews for January 2014 and applicants are free to choose their preferred dates among the remaining slots.

  29. Hello Admin!
    I just want to hear your advise about my K1 visa. I already had my interview last October 18,2013 but i am needed to pass a police certificate as what the US embassy Manila told me to submit which i already did this past December 17,2013 thru 2GO courier. I read about some posts that it took them only 7 days to get and received their K1 visa. Mine is taking forever and i don’t know how long should i wait. I already completed everything the needed documents. I am really worried and losing hope. I want to be with my fiancé for 8 years. We really want to get married soon. Please.
    Your response is appreciated. Thank you in advance. God bless us all.

    • Thank you for posting a comment on VISAtisfied Voyager, U.S. Embassy Manila’s visa blog.

      We request you to send an email to IVManilaReplies@state.gov to provide you with specific information regarding your visa case. You should indicate your complete name and case number when sending your inquiry.

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