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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: France
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Hello all,

We (finally) got that RFE that was supposely sent on December 20th (beleive it or not...) by fax today after my husband didn't give up with the USCIS officer ( a very nice lady who has been helping us since a week now).

Anyways, on that RFE they offer us to file separate I-130 forms for my children and tell my husband he can fill them in and add a letter to them requesting an expedite CR-1 approval for the whole family.

I guess it's due to the time between filing the I-130 and the I-129F (3 months).

Can anyone walk me through on what is needed for the my children's I-130 forms since my husband has to fill them in from the U.S? Do I have to Fed Ex him anything like ID photos or copies of their passports or anything else?

Have you ever heard about this way to proceed?

Thank you for your help,

Christine.


Christine & John

Met October 2002 in Australia.

04/07/07 Wedding in New Caledonia.

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I-130:

05/24/07 I-130 sent to CSC

06/27/07 NOA 1

03/10/08 NOA 2

Our I-130 was approved in 291 days from our filing date.

I-129F:

08/22/07 I-129F sent to CSC

09/04/07 NOA 1

03/10/08 NOA 2

Our I-129F was approved in 201 days from our filing date.

Children's I-130:

01/26/08 I-130 sent to CSC

02/20/08 NOA 1

09/10/08 NOA 2 for two of the children.

09/12/08 NOA 2 for the third child.

03/31/08 Arrival in the U.S.

AOS:

I-485, G-325A, I-765, I-131.

05/29/08 AOS sent for Christine and the children.

06/10/2008 NOA 1

07/01/2008 Biometrics

07/18, 23 and 25/08 Physicals

08/30/08 Employment Authorisation (valid for 1 year)

08/30/08 Authorisation for Parole

11/19/08 SSN (valid for work only)

12/04/08 Initial Interview appointment / Rescheduling requested

02/03/09 Interview appointment / very easy, very nice officer, not too many questions, our evidences were enough

02/03/09 Green Card granted for the four of us

02/16/09 Green Cards arrived in the mail

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
Timeline
Hello all,

We (finally) got that RFE that was supposely sent on December 20th (beleive it or not...) by fax today after my husband didn't give up with the USCIS officer ( a very nice lady who has been helping us since a week now).

Anyways, on that RFE they offer us to file separate I-130 forms for my children and tell my husband he can fill them in and add a letter to them requesting an expedite CR-1 approval for the whole family.

I guess it's due to the time between filing the I-130 and the I-129F (3 months).

Can anyone walk me through on what is needed for the my children's I-130 forms since my husband has to fill them in from the U.S? Do I have to Fed Ex him anything like ID photos or copies of their passports or anything else?

Have you ever heard about this way to proceed?

Thank you for your help,

Christine.

The requirements are very similiar to the package put together for you... I-130, G-325a, passport photos, etc.... The instructions to the form will give you the road map.

In addition, I-130's for your children would have been required for AOS had they arrived on a K-4 anyway so it is just happening sooner than maybe anticipated....


YMMV

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