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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi there,

My husband also, didnt have the copies of originals of what we sent to them(130 and 129-f), Instead i let him made new ones. (which is exactly the same infos to our previous ones)

I am not sure if it's still needed during the interview, but its better to be prepared. :)

-Shape

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Can we fill new ones instead? how will that affect my case? :unsure: Any help appreciated ....

Thank you

As long as you have the originals or copies of the evidence that was submitted then that is all you may ever need... and chances are that you won't need that either.


YMMV

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Brazil
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the copies are just backup in case something happens

worst that can happen to you is USCIS loses your file and you'll have to send everything again to your husband


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05/jun/2007 - Got married

I-130

08/aug/2007 - I-130 Packet sent to NSC

09/aug/2007 - I-130 Packet received

19/sep/2007 - NOA1 receipt date

25/sep/2007 - NOA1 arrived

23/apr/2008 - APPROVED

Timeline estimated adjudication on March 4, 2008. It was adjudicated on April 23.

Our I-130 was approved in 258 days.

I-129F

09/oct/2007 - I-129F Packet sent to CSC

10/oct/2007 - I-129F Packet received

12/oct/2007 - NOA1 receipt date

20/oct/2007 - NOA1 received

23/apr/2008 - APPROVED

Timeline estimated adjudication on April 4, 2008. It was adjudicated on April 23.

Our I-129f was approved in 197 days.

NVC

08/may/2008 - replied to my e-mail sent on april 30, saying that our petition has been sent to the consulate.

Consulate

20/JUN/2008 - Interview - APPROVED!!!

AOS

18/mar/2009 - Packet delivered

24/mar/2009 - NOA for AOS and EAD date

25/mar/2009 - Check cashed

15/apr/2009 - Biometrics done

22/may/2009 - EAD approved

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Filed: Other Country: China
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the copies are just backup in case something happens

worst that can happen to you is USCIS loses your file and you'll have to send everything again to your husband

Yes, the best practice of making two full copies of the submission is for reference. Copy one for the petitioner's file and copy two is sent to the beneficiary for reference and interview preparation. Many of the family related information and dates should be learned by the beneficiary.

If no copy, just fill it out again.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Egypt
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they didnot ask me to show those copies cause i didnot had it lol

so i gewss they dont as for it

just make sure to send him copy of NO1 and NO2 and REF if it found

wish u great smooth interview inshaAllah

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