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Post time 2012-9-28 22:44:27 | Show all posts |Read mode
They seem to think that this is just an easier way to do it, but I'm with you - they probably don't want me to see their financial info.I talked to the Vancouver consulate and they said it would be alright if they send it direct as long as it's very clearly marked with my name, case number etc. I assume you are going the K-1 route? Have the rules changed?When I sent the I-134, it was sent directly to my husband for his
interview, not to the consulate.Not even married yet and having inlaw problems! hahahaha
Nikki_Cwrote in message news:. You can also refer questions
to the newsgroup to inquire about recent experiences.The inlaws are being bullheaded though, and are insisting on doing it their way.

Sounds like they do not want you to see their tax forms.
nbsp;Hi Everyone, well, my future in laws have a bee in their bonnet
nbsp;about sending their co-sponsor paperwork directly to the consulate I
nbsp;will be interviewing at instead of to me, and this is making me
nbsp;INCREDIBLY nervous.How about they seal it in an envelope and send it to you, so you cannot see it?

Anytime you split a filing up, you increase the odds it would get lost.

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