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I filed my petition already but will need to change my passport in the next few months. I used my passport as my citizenship validation on the I-129. Does anybody know when they run the security checks on the USC? And if I change my passport before they run the checks will this cause an issue?

This site is very helpful. Thank you in advance and nice to meet you all.


12-16-2016 - I-129f sent

12-19-2016 - I-129f received at Lockbox 
12-29-2016 - NOA1 (10 days)
3-22-2016- NOA2
 
Approved 93 Days from receive date.
 

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Likely a non-issue. If questioned, simply describe the circumstances....


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Thank you for the encouragement.

I guess I'll just delay renewing it as long as possible in the hope of avoiding an RFE.


12-16-2016 - I-129f sent

12-19-2016 - I-129f received at Lockbox 
12-29-2016 - NOA1 (10 days)
3-22-2016- NOA2
 
Approved 93 Days from receive date.
 

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Thank you for the encouragement.

I guess I'll just delay renewing it as long as possible in the hope of avoiding an RFE.

That may not necessarily be the best course of action. People renew their passports all of the time during the immigration process. When you go in for an interview or InfoPass appointment, make a point to bring the old and new passports with you, and explain the circumstances.

With the now often-protracted processing times, an RFE may be a blessing in disguise. At least you know that your application/petition is being actively processed. B-) The key with an RFE is to be proactive, promptly and accurately respond to their information request.

YMMV.

Good luck on your immigration journey.


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

> Almost 2 years of our lives involved with the USCIS/DOS "shuffle" & worth every second of it ! <

"Si vis amari, ama" - Seneca

_______________________

:idea: Read more, post less.... Google can be your friend ! :idea:

Prior apologies if I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

Keep your timeline current: http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/

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