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Does NOA1 mean at least you signed everything?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: El Salvador
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I was just reading Trevor´s post, about waiting for the NOA1 (as I am in the same boat with the CSC) and wanted to post the last question from the thread as a new topic. If you receive the NOA1 does that mean that there are at least no initial problems with the petition? Like, at least you signed the check? I have heard that people are sent back their entire petition when it has a major problem like a forgotten signature. Did they receive their NOA1 first, or is it just sent back immediately? Thank you in advance for any information.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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I was just reading Trevor´s post, about waiting for the NOA1 (as I am in the same boat with the CSC) and wanted to post the last question from the thread as a new topic. If you receive the NOA1 does that mean that there are at least no initial problems with the petition? Like, at least you signed the check? I have heard that people are sent back their entire petition when it has a major problem like a forgotten signature. Did they receive their NOA1 first, or is it just sent back immediately? Thank you in advance for any information.

as far as i know the noa1 just means that they received ur case

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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NOPE, all it means is that USCIS has received the petition and logged it into the system.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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The only thing it means is you sent the right amount of money so they accepted your case. It is all about the money. Now they will proceed to age the file in the dust collection room before they really look at it. :wacko:


First visit:2007-09-12 to 2008-09-23

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NVC Received : 2008-04-21

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The only thing it means is you sent the right amount of money so they accepted your case. It is all about the money. Now they will proceed to age the file in the dust collection room before they really look at it. :wacko:

Then the cleaner comes along and dusts the dirt of it thats been on it for weeks.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: El Salvador
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The only thing it means is you sent the right amount of money so they accepted your case. It is all about the money. Now they will proceed to age the file in the dust collection room before they really look at it. :wacko:

Then the cleaner comes along and dusts the dirt of it thats been on it for weeks.

OK, thanks y'all, so it at least means that they accepted the form of payment, then. But not necessarily that everything was filled out correctly and signed on the forms. They don't actually look at anything but the money till you see it´s been ´touched´ is that right?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: New Zealand
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Some are 'touched'... some are not. Can mean something... or maybe not. There is no clear answer.

CSC seems less 'touchy' than VSC. They (CSC) seem to be taking 4-6 months for an approval (NOA2) but some have waited much, much longer *looks sadly at sara*.

It's time to put on your patient face and grab a stool in the uscis waiting room with the rest of us. Welcome. ;)


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