All members of your family immigrating with you must appear with you on the interview appointment date. IF YOU CANNOT KEEP THE APPOINTMENT, please notify this office at once by Email.
BRING ALL DOCUMENTS WITH YOU ON YOUR APPOINTMENT DATE
Your application will not be processed if you fail to bring all required documentation. Required documents must be presented in the following order:
- Fee payment receipt from ACLEDA Bank Plc. Click here for fee payment instructions.
- National Identification card.
- Valid passport for each individual applicant. (VALID AT LEAST SIX MONTHS)
- Two color photographs with the measurement of 5×5 cm (print name and date of birth on the back). Click here for photographs instruction.
- Birth Certificate for each applicant (original and one copy).
- Divorce Decree or Death Certificate, If applicable (original and one copy).
- Police Record. In Cambodia, the police certificate is issued by the Ministry of Justice at No.240, Sothearos Blvd, Phnom Penh. For other countries, click here.
- Medical Examination. Click here for medical instruction.
- Affidavit of Support: Original signed form I-134 and most recent tax transcript from the petitioner. I-134 can be downloaded from http://www.uscis.gov/I-134, and please go to www.irs.gov for information on how to obtain tax transcripts.
- Evidence of Relationship.
- Military record – only if you have been in military service (original and one copy).
- Translation: Any foreign language document must be accompanied by a full English translation that the translator has certified as complete and correct, and by the translator’s certification that he or she is competent to translate the foreign language into English.
NOTICE: No assurance can be given in advance that a visa will be issued. A consular officer can make a decision only after your formal application and all documents are reviewed, and you have been personally interviewed by that officer.
Petitioners are welcome to come in on the interview date, but they have to bring their passports. However, petitioner is not allowed to:
- Come up to the window when his/her beneficiary is interviewing unless the interviewing officer asks him/her to.
- Try to communicate with the beneficiary during the interview in any way for any reason, unless requested by the interviewing officer; and
- Interfere in any way with the interview of his/her beneficiary, or anyone else. If he/she violates any of these conditions, he/she will be escorted from the waiting room immediately and not allowed to re-enter.
Most Important: You are advised not to make any travel arrangement for departure from this country, not to dispose of your property or give up your job until the visa has been issued to you. A nonimmigrant visa is usually valid for a maximum of six months from the date of issuance. You must travel and apply for admission to the United States within that 6-month period.
PLEASE BE ON TIME FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT. IF YOU ARE LATE OR HAVE NOT PAID YOUR MRV FEE, YOUR APPOINTMENT WILL BE CANCELLED.