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Diffrence in time in filling I 130 anf I 29 for K3

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Hello guys please help I sent The I 130 for my wife in August and recived the Noa1 on OCT 1 2007 but i couldnt send out the I 129f for the k3 out until jan 7 2008 i got the noa1 for the I 129 on jan 12 will this 3 month gap make it take longer or will it pretty much take about the same overall time from me reciving the noa1 to the noa2 for the I130

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Hello guys please help I sent The I 130 for my wife in August and recived the Noa1 on OCT 1 2007 but i couldnt send out the I 129f for the k3 out until jan 7 2008 i got the noa1 for the I 129 on jan 12 will this 3 month gap make it take longer or will it pretty much take about the same overall time from me reciving the noa1 to the noa2 for the I130

It may indeed make a difference to send them so far apart. Unfortunately, only time will tell what that difference will be, because USCIS are not able to follow a set procedure :( 4 things could possibly happen:-

1) The service centre could approve both together and forward the I129F to the NVC (this is the "ideal world" scenario, based on USCIS being able to pair your two petitions together before an approval). Generally they are approving paired-petitions based on the I129F date, so there could be a delay in your approval.

2) The service centre could approve the I130 but, hold it for a couple of months while waiting for the I129Fs approval (as with VJer YGandMAT - I have not heard of another VJer experiencing one being "held" while awaiting an approval for the other)

3) The service centre could cancel the I129F because the I130 is approved first (as with VJer Divine Mercy), this will lock you into the CR1/IR1 visa route. An I129F must have an unapproved I130 in the system to be valid.

4) The I130 could be approved many months before the I129F and the I129F could still be approved anyway, in which case you would have "both horses in the race" (as with VJer Davejaz42107)

I hope this is helpful and doesn't seem too daunting.


Cheryl

06/2005 Met Josh online ~ 02/2006 My 1st visit to the US ~ 09/2006 2nd US visit (Josh proposed) ~ 02/2007 3rd US visit (married)

04/2007 K3 visa applied ~ 05/2007 Josh's 1st UK visit ~ 09/2007 4th US visit ~ 02/2008 K3 visa completed ~ 02/2008 US entry

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04/2008 AOS/EAD filed ~ 05/2008 Biometrics ~ 06/2008 EAD recv'd ~ 08/2008 Conditional greencard

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02/2010 3rd wedding anniversary ~ 06/04/2010 Apply for lifting conditions ~ 06/14 package delivered ~ 07/23 Biometrics

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