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Hey friends. I accidentally put na for question 22 second part in my I 130, I should have put mumbai city and country india since my wife is in india. What should I do, please help..

My I 130 is in Vermont center now..it is being processed. .

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It's happened before and only occasionally it's an issue. Just pay attention to what your NOA2 says. Until then there isn't anything you can do.


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There's no reference to beneficiary's address on NOA2.

As OP isn't filing AOS, they ought to go by beneficiary's overseas addr. Doesn't hurt to check later with NVC to be safe.


USCIS

January 16, 2015 I-130 Mailed, Chi lockbox January 20, 2015 Priority Date, January 21, 2015 NOA1 notice date, Assigned VSC, January 23, 2015 Check Cashed, electronically March 5, 2015 NOA2

NVC

March 27, 2015 NVC received April 6, 2015 Case#, IIN# assigned April 8, 2015 Paid AOS + IV fee Invoices May 5, 2015 AOS + IV package submitted May 11, 2015 Scan Date

June 11, 2015 DS-260 submitted June 25, 2015 False checklist (for ds260).. hello? June 30, 2015 Answered checklist Aug 5, 2015 Escalated to Supervisor review Aug 13, 2015 Case Complete

Consular

Sept 10, 2015 Interview Scheduled Sept 11, 2015 P4 Letter received Sept 21, 2015 file In transit from NVC Sept 23, 2015 file at Embassy

Sept 28, 2015 Medical Oct 14, 2015 Biometrics Oct 15, 2015 Interview (Approved) Oct 19, 2015 IV visa Issued Oct 23, 2015 Passport Pickup

POE

Nov 2, 2015 Entered the US Nov 16, 2015 Applied for SSN, walk-in Nov 20, 2015 Social Security Card recd Jan 15, 2016 GC received

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If the NOA2 says that the beneficiary is in the USA then you make sure it actually has been routed to the NVC. Sometimes it doesn't. Otherwise it says it's going to the department of state and most often that is okay. Maybe trust me a little?


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If the NOA2 says that the beneficiary is in the USA then you make sure it actually has been routed to the NVC. Sometimes it doesn't. Otherwise it says it's going to the department of state and most often that is okay. Maybe trust me a little?

If NOA said the beneficiary is in the U.S. (adjustment of status is indicated) while the beneficiary lives outside the U.S., then the petitioner will need to file I-824 (I believe) to reroute it to NVC. I don't know what the processing times for I-824 is.

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If NOA said the beneficiary is in the U.S. (adjustment of status is indicated) while the beneficiary lives outside the U.S., then the petitioner will need to file I-824 (I believe) to reroute it to NVC. I don't know what the processing times for I-824 is.

Most of the time you don't need to do that if you can catch the casefile before it gets to the records center.


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Hi all, it is in Vermont center now and it's been a week. Is there anything I can do to fix this or should I wait and see. She is in india , so don't you think it should be automatically routed to NC if it is approved. Should I send them a letter now saying to change it to mumbai , India instead of Na since she is india.

Hi all, it is in Vermont center now and it's been a week. Is there anything I can do to fix this or should I wait and see. She is in india , so don't you think it should be automatically routed to NC if it is approved. Should I send them a letter now saying to change it to mumbai , India instead of Na since she is india.

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No, it most likely WILL be routed properly and you can only do anything if it's not.


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