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I know this might seem stupid to ask but I don't know if this is an NOA or RFE or something else as they sent back our whole petition with it. The front page of the I-129F we sent has been stamped with VT***** .

The blue form has no A# or reciept # on there but it does have the 5 digit number that was handwritten over the stamp.

Does anyone know just what this is?

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I know this might seem stupid to ask but I don't know if this is an NOA or RFE or something else as they sent back our whole petition with it. The front page of the I-129F we sent has been stamped with VT***** .

The blue form has no A# or reciept # on there but it does have the 5 digit number that was handwritten over the stamp.

Does anyone know just what this is?

There should be more information on the sheet, as to why you were sent it...

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There is, I posted that in a previous topic and we have already dealt with it. I just want to know more about the paper we were sent and what the number on it and stanped on the I-129F application might be.

We can't really say if we are not aware of what it was for. Perhaps you could link to it?

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I know this might seem stupid to ask but I don't know if this is an NOA or RFE or something else as they sent back our whole petition with it. The front page of the I-129F we sent has been stamped with VT***** .

The blue form has no A# or reciept # on there but it does have the 5 digit number that was handwritten over the stamp.

Does anyone know just what this is?

When they reject the entire packet, it is a problem with the payment or you did not sign the I-129F form.

Is your check attached? Is the $$ amount correct? Lastly, did you sign your I-129F? You cannot submit a copy of the I-129F, it must be the original doc with your handwritten signature.

Read the Blue sheet. It states what is missing/wrong with your package. Correct it and resubmit!

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There is, I posted that in a previous topic and we have already dealt with it. I just want to know more about the paper we were sent and what the number on it and stanped on the I-129F application might be.

We can't really say if we are not aware of what it was for. Perhaps you could link to it?

...or you may consider actually reading the paper to see what it sez. There is no way we could even guess with the information that yu have supplied. They do not return the petition to you unless there is something wrong with the submittal.

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There is, I posted that in a previous topic and we have already dealt with it. I just want to know more about the paper we were sent and what the number on it and stanped on the I-129F application might be.

We can't really say if we are not aware of what it was for. Perhaps you could link to it?

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It's just a blue sheet of paper. Nothing's entered formally into the system so you don't get a case number, just a rejection. If you look at the Vermont Service Center's site, they explain what the stamp is:

"Applications are stamped with the time and date of physical receipt, not the time and date they are actually opened. Mail with fees enclosed is routed immediately to mail assembly. Cases that are filed prematurely (before the applicant was eligible or met the legal criteria) or that were filed on an outdated form are prepared for manual rejection at this point. Cases lacking proper signature or correct fee are identified for system rejection."

So the stamp is 'Ooh, looky, another application.' and the blue letter is 'Oops, take a mulligan.'

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It's just a blue sheet of paper. Nothing's entered formally into the system so you don't get a case number, just a rejection. If you look at the Vermont Service Center's site, they explain what the stamp is:

"Applications are stamped with the time and date of physical receipt, not the time and date they are actually opened. Mail with fees enclosed is routed immediately to mail assembly. Cases that are filed prematurely (before the applicant was eligible or met the legal criteria) or that were filed on an outdated form are prepared for manual rejection at this point. Cases lacking proper signature or correct fee are identified for system rejection."

So the stamp is 'Ooh, looky, another application.' and the blue letter is 'Oops, take a mulligan.'

Thank you , this explains what I needed to know, we had sent everything in exactly as asked, sadly some numpty who opened the package decided we had used photocopies of signatures and not originals. This time we sent the package back having printed the forms on thinner paper and used a blue pen to sign everything, hopefully is they think we just printed the signatures in blue they will see that the pen almost went through the paper in places. They clearly rejected the whole package erroneously but better to give them what they want than try telling them they made a mistake.

There are samples of the approval NOAs here on VJ: http://www.visajourney.com/gallery/

Thank you, useful to know what these look like

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