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FAQ - Form DS-260

Can the petitioner fill out DS-260?
Yes, the petitioner can file the DS-260 on the applicant's behalf. You will need to follow the instructions for the signature.
Can I edit my DS-260 after submission?
You can't correct the DS-260 after you've submitted it online. Ideally, you should make sure that all of your information is correct the first time.
Can the petitioner go to the interview?
Does the petitioner have to be present at the interview? No, only applicants must appear to be interviewed.
How can I edit my DS-260 form?
If you want to correct the mistake before your visa interview at the emabassy or consulate, send an email to the NVC explaining the error and asking it to change the DS-260.
Is the petitioner the applicant?
The applicant is the person who wants the USCIS to grant them an immigration benefit in the United States However, the petitioner could be the beneficiary of the green card or visa, the employer, or the U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (green card holder) relative.
What documents do I need to submit with DS-260?
Documents from the applicant RELATIVE.Proof of your nationality (copy of birth certificate and passport photo page)Copy of your marriage certificate (for marriage-based green cards)Copy of marriage termination documents (divorce or death certificate), if you had any prior marriages.More items...
Can I the petitioner fill up and sign the DS-260?
Yes, the petitioner can file the DS-260 on the applicant's behalf. You will need to follow the instructions for the signature.
Can petitioner fill out DS 261?
If you are filling out your own Form DS-261 you should identify yourself as the Applicant. If another person completes the form for you, they should select the corresponding options, for example, Petitioner.
Who fills out the DS-260 form?
Everyone who wants to apply for a US immigrant visa must fill out the Form DS-260 online through an electronic form. The purpose of the DS-260 form is to convey information to the National Visa Center which is responsible for collecting information from you and transfer your file to a US consulate where you live.
How can I submit my DS-260 form online?
You can access the DS-260 from the Consular Electronic Application Center (CEAC) website, by going to Immigrant Visas.state.gov and clicking on Submit Visa Application and Civil Documents, or on the website of the U.S. embassy or consulate where you will apply.
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