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Few questions for NVC documents etc

I have already posted these questions to Visa Journey but didnt get a response so far. So i thought you guys could help me out?

Hi, ☺️ before i start, i am the foreign spouse, currently in germany and my husband is a USC present in WA.

I was reading through some websites from the gov and nvc about civil documents but nothing for any additional evidence. when i first filed for the i130 i was reading through some discussions like here and they said that we have to gather additional evidence of when we would next visit, new photographs or anything new. so just read through the nvc page and they only want the civil documents?

i was going to add some new supporting letters from friends and family, since they got to meet him here before the pandemic went viral, also we’ve been on trips in cities and have hotelinformation etc.

i was going through a sample of the DS260 and there is a question at the end which said ‘ were you on a J visa and didnt fulfill your 2 year stay? I was on a J visa for 1 year and 9 months (2017-2018 - exempt from 202 stay, i believe it is called) because thats how i decided and basically fulfilled my time. So do i check NO or YES? this question really confuses me, lol

question to where they ask about employement : currently unemployed due to corona - is that exactly what i’ll state in the explanation box?

I will have my interview here in Germany, so that i can immigrate to WA and be with my Husband and someone said that i dont have to translate the documents because they are in the german language. Is that correct and will i upload my civil documents and any additional documents to the nvc in german without a translation to english?

Thank you for your help! I will really appreciate it 🤗

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