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  1. USA - Forum ogólne

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    3. Wybór wizy, sprawy SSN, prawa jazdy i inne formalności

      Forum dotyczące wszelkich formalności związanych z wyjazdami do USA

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    4. Bilety lotnicze / Kto leci do...

      Forum na temat biletów lotniczych do USA. Ogłoszenia typu "Kto leci do/w dniu..."

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    5. Luźne rozmowy

      Luźne rozmowy użytkowników Forum.

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  2. USA - wizy imigracyjne

    1. Emigracja (Forum ogólne)

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych emigracją do USA. Przygotowania do emigracji, formalności, życie na emigracji w USA. Tematy odnośnie zielonej karty, wiz CR1 oraz wiz narzeczeńskich K1 prosimy zamieszczać w osobnych działach.

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    2. Zielona karta (loteria wizowa)

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych Green Card

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    3. Wiza typu CR1 (sponsorowanie rodzinne)

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych wizami dla członków najbliższej rodziny obywatela USA (w tym legalizacją pobytu przez ślub w USA)

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    4. Wiza narzeczeńska K-1

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych wizami K-1

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  3. USA - wiza nieimigracyjna J-1 (w tym Work and Travel USA)

    1. Program Work&Travel USA (wiza J-1)

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych wyjazdami Work&Travel USA

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    2. Program Internship USA (wiza J-1)

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych programem Internship USA

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    3. Programy typu Camp USA (wiza J-1)

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych programem Camp USA.

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    4. Wiza J-1 (poza programami W&T, Internship i Camp)

      Tematy związane ogólnie z wizą J-1

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  4. USA - pozostałe wizy nieimigracyjne

    1. Tymczasowa praca i praktyka (wizy H1-B, H2, H3 i H4)

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych wyjazdami na podstawie wizy typu H1-B, H2, H3 i H4.

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    2. Studia i nauka w USA (wizy F-1, M-1)

      Forum dla osób zainteresowanych nauką w USA

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    3. Wiza turystyczna B-2 i służbowa B-1

      Forum na temat wiz B-2 (wyjazdy turystyczne i na leczenie) oraz B-1 (pobyt tymczasowy w celach służbowych)

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    4. Pozostałe wizy nieimigracyjne

      A (Dyplomaci), C-1 (Tranzyt), E (Inwestorzy), G (Przedstawiciele organizacji międzynarodowych), I (Dziennikarze), L (Pracownicy oddelegowani do amerykańskiego oddziału firmy), O (Osoby o wyjątkowych uzdolnieniach lub osiągnięciach), P (Sportowcy i artyści), Q (Wymiana kulturalna), R (Pracownicy religijni)

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  5. OFF TOPIC

    1. Wyjazdy poza USA

      Gdzie jeszcze się wybrać? A może Kanada, Wielka Brytania, Irlandia lub Australia?

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    • Czy zielona karta jest wysyłana za jakimś potwierdzeniem odbioru, czy normalnie wrzucają do skrzynki?
    • Moze byc "-" Odpowiedz jest bez znaczenia, bo i tak lekarz da Ci wszystko czego Ci brakuje w "dokumentacji". Nie
    • powaznie jest pytanie o media spolecznosniowe? a jak sie ma fejkowe FB i inne    
    • 1. Jeśli mam we wniosku do wpisania adres firmy, w której pracuje i numer budynku to np. 23/25. Nie mogę użyć we wniosku „/„. Czym go zastąpić? „-„? 2. Co powinno się zaznaczyć w pytaniu: „ do you have documentation to establish that you have received vactinations in accordance with US law? Tu chodzi o te badani i szczepienia, które są wymagane na rozmowę w ambasadzie? 3. Mam rocznego syna, który będzie emigrował ze mną. Wiadomo, że nie posiada jeszcze telefonu, a co za tym idzie nie ma przypisanego numeru telefonu. To samo jeśli chodzi o media społecznościowe. Czy powinnam w tych miejscach wpisać swoje? Wysłane z iPhone za pomocą Tapatalk
    • Congratulations on your selection for the 2021 Diversity Visa program!    Please read this email and carefully follow the instructions listed in order to have your application processed as quickly as possible.   You should review the list of required documents for processing below and send those to KCC to review as part of your application package, along with completing your DS-260.  You will only be scheduled for interview at an overseas consular post after you have completed your DS-260 and submitted all documents required for your case and your visa rank number has become current.   All documents should be submitted as attachments to your email to ensure they are properly received.  We ask that you use the following method to name and attach your files:   Your DV case number; The full name of the applicant whose document you scanned; and The document name or form number.   For example: 2021AF00938653_John_Doe_Passport.pdf 2021AF00938653_Jane_Doe_Birth_Certificate.pdf   Use your case number as the subject of the email. The maximum email size is 30MB. If the total size of your attachments is larger than 30MB, send multiple emails using your case number as the subject of each email. Please send your documents for KCC review only after you have collected all of the required documents for yourself and all accompanying family members. Send documents only to the kccdvdocuments@state.gov email address. Documents photographed or scanned with a mobile phone are acceptable, but every document must be fully legible. Illegible or incomplete documents must be re-submitted and will delay processing of your case.  All documents not in English, or in the official language of the country in which the application for a visa is being made, must be accompanied by certified translations. The translation must include a statement signed by the translator that states that the translation is accurate and the translator is competent to translate.  * IMPORTANT NOTE:  Do not mail any documents to KCC. Any documents sent to KCC will not be processed and will be destroyed. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS   You and each family member immigrating with you to the United States should collect the civil documents that are required to support your visa application.   Passport Biographic Page:  You and each family member immigrating with you must submit a photocopy of the biographic data page of a currently valid passport. The biographic data page is the page with your photograph, name, date, and place of birth.   If the passport used by the principal applicant to enter the DV program differs from the one currently being submitted, you should also include a photocopy of the principal applicant’s passport listed on the DV entry with a written explanation for the change to KCC.  The Department of State’s regulations provide for three limited exemptions from the passport requirement.  These three exemptions include: individuals who are stateless; nationals of a Communist-controlled country who are unable to obtain a passport from the government of the Communist-controlled country; and  beneficiaries of an individual waiver approved by the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Secretary of State, pursuant to 22 CFR 42.2(g)(2). If you selected one of these exemptions on your DV entry, you should provide an explanation of your qualifications for the exemption you requested.     Birth Certificate:  You and each family member immigrating with you must submit a scan of an original birth certificate or certified copy.   Marriage Certificate:  If you are married, you should submit a scan of your original marriage certificate or a certified copy.  Submitting this document now, if applicable, could help to expedite visa processing; if you do not provide this document now, you may be asked to provide this at your visa interview.    Marriage Termination Documentation:  If you were previously married, you should submit scanned evidence of the termination of EVERY prior marriage you have had. Your scanned evidence must be of an original or certified copy of one of the following documents:  FINAL legal divorce decree, death certificate, or annulment papers.  Submitting this document now, if applicable, could help to expedite visa processing; if you do not provide this document now, you may be asked to provide this at your visa interview.    Military Records:  If you served in the military of any country, you must submit a scanned copy of your military record. Police Certificates:  If you are 16 years of age or older, you must submit a scanned copy of a police certificate from all countries you have lived in using below criteria:     If you ... AND you... THEN submit a police certificate from... Are 16 years old or older Lived in your country of nationality for more than 6 months at any time in your life Your country of nationality Are 16 years old or older Have lived in your country of current residence (if different from nationality) for more than 6 months Your country of current residence Have ever lived in another country for 12 months or more Were 16 years or older at the time you lived there The country where you used to live. Were arrested for any reason, regardless of how long you lived in that city or country, and no matter what age you were   The city and/or country where you were arrested.   Court Record: If you have been convicted of a crime, provide a certified copy of each court record and any prison record.   Collect and submit your documents promptly. Your case will not be scheduled for a visa interview at a U.S. embassy or consulate until KCC has received and processed all required documents and the DS-260. Missing or illegible documents will delay processing of your case. If you cannot obtain a particular document, send an explanation of why you cannot obtain the document, as an attachment in .jpeg or .pdf format, to KCCDVDocuments@state.gov, with your case number in the subject line. Diversity visas are numerically limited and there is no guarantee a visa will be available. Only a consular officer can determine, at the time of the visa interview, if you are qualified to receive a Diversity Visa. If you have questions about document submission, you may contact KCC at kccdv@state.gov. The KCC telephone number is 606-526-7500 (7:15 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. EST).  
    • To już chyba 3 rok z rzędu gdzie czy tam formułkę "has not been.." . Z ambitnych planów wyprowadzki, schodzi to już powoli na dalszy plan i zamienia się w coroczną tradycję Powoli mam wrażenie, że gdyby wprowadzono jakiś scoring emigracyjny to miałbym większe szanse niż w tym losowaniu Gratulację dla tych co wygrali! 
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