All of us (5) members in a Family, had already received our approved US Immigrant Visa in F4 category. We will be travelling within the validity period of our Visa. However, not all of us will travel at the same time. Me as the Principal Beneficiary along with my eldest daughter will travel first and few months later my husband and my two children will follow. My question is, aside from the sealed envelopes/packet that we need to bring upon arrival at the US Port of Entry, do we need to bring copies of Affidavit of Support?
Any extra copies of any evidence that was submitted in support of your immigrant visa will not prejudice your entry into the United States.
For the first 'group' the sealed envelopes will be enough.
BUT ... the dependents that will be following should have proof of your arrival in the US.
It isn't too late to have a consultation with an attorney via Skype.
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No, you had to deal with all of that at the NVC level.
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