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hello everybody i need help here so badly!!! i found out what was my rfe for my 230...

Question?

2.other names used or aliases(if married woman,give maiden name)

Answer: what did you put here guys ? just wanna ask to be sure

Question ?

20.List below all the places you have lived for atleast six months since reaching the age of 16including the places in your country of nationality,begin with present residence

-Answer: i was wrong in computing here ,short the years lived since 16yrs old

Question?

23. List below all educational institution attended .

Answer: what i was supposed to put here ?FROM: the month and year i started my grade1 TO: month and year i graduated my grade6 or i should only put the month and year when i was graduated in my elementary,high school and college?

any help pls......


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USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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hello everybody i need help here so badly!!! i found out what was my rfe for my 230...

Question?

2.other names used or aliases(if married woman,give maiden name)

Answer: what did you put here guys ? just wanna ask to be sure

Question ?

20.List below all the places you have lived for atleast six months since reaching the age of 16including the places in your country of nationality,begin with present residence

-Answer: i was wrong in computing here ,short the years lived since 16yrs old

Question?

23. List below all educational institution attended .

Answer: what i was supposed to put here ?FROM: the month and year i started my grade1 TO: month and year i graduated my grade6 or i should only put the month and year when i was graduated in my elementary,high school and college?

any help pls......

BTW i put on my question number 2.was my maiden name


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USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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2.other names used or aliases(if married woman,give maiden name)

if you were married ONLY to you husband now, then give them your middle name when you were single. If you were divorced, u may write down your former husband's name.

Question ?

20.List below all the places you have lived for atleast six months since reaching the age of 16including the places in your country of nationality,begin with present residence

-Then write down the correct places with corresponding dates on the form.

23. List below all educational institution attended .

Write the month and year you graduated in each institution only.


MY TIMELINE

K-1 Journey

Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Singapore

05/21/07 : I-129F Sent

02/24/08 : INTERVIEW

12/12/07 : MEDICAL

01/09/08 : VISA IN HAND

03/06/08 : Arrive in the US, POE - DETROIT

AOS

03/28/08 : Mailed AOS Packet

04/12/08 : Receive NOA's AP, EAD

05/02/08 : BIOMETRICS

06/11/08 : EAD CARD IN THE MAIL!!!

07/02/08 : GREEN CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED

07/07/08 : GREEN CARD IN THE MAIL & WORKING

03/27/09 : Driver's License issued

Removing Condition

04/03/10 : mailed to Vermont

04/08/10 : NOA1 & 1 yr extension

05/20/10 : Biometrics Appt.

11/19/10 : Interview/Approval

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On # 2, I wrote my wife's maiden name. You should write any and all legal names you've used here.

On # 20, yes you should write down everything from age 16. In our case I made a mistake and wrote down everything since my wife was born. We didnt get an RFE though. I guess it was better to put more info than when you're short. :-)

On # 23, I just wrote down the colleges my wife attended. I didnt bother to write high school, etc.

Also, from my own experience, here's some of the most common reasons people get RFE at NVC.

  • Check your #20 again. Most people get an RFE because they forgot to write the word "present" on the last dates.
  • Other names used on #27 and N/A on #28
  • They did not include (2) 2x2 photos
  • No NBI clearance for maiden name (if you wrote your maiden names on #20)
  • Do not sign Part 2 or page 4 of DS-230. (You sign this at embassy interview)
  • Copy of your passport (front & back)
  • They send in they DS-230 application when it hasnt even been generated at NVC yet

Good luck Edith. Dont worry though. This is just a bump. You'll get your visa soon!

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On # 23, I just wrote down the colleges my wife attended. I didnt bother to write high school, etc.

I just wrote the college only, not the other schools. I just caught that after reading this. I sent NVC a formal e-mail with the other schools (elem, HS) from my wife' e-mail. Did you get an RFE for not putting her elem and HS??

Also, from my own experience, here's some of the most common reasons people get RFE at NVC.

Other names used on #27 and N/A on #28

you're saying people get an RFE because they write N/A on #28???

No NBI clearance for maiden name (if you wrote your maiden names on #20)

The name on my wife's NBI clearance is Kristine y Cuasito Alcampado de Lawrence. Her Maiden name is Kristine Cuasito Alcampado and her married name is Kristine Alcampado Lawrence. Will we get an RFE because we don't have an NBI clearance for her maiden name??


TIMELINE: (CR-1)

06/02/06: Introduced

02/23/07: Engaged

08/07/07: Married

11/15/07: I-130 Submitted

1/24/08: Received

3/24/08: APPROVED

04/21/08: Letter from NVC, $70.00 Bill

05/27/08: I-864 Packet Sent

05/30/08: Choice of Agent E-mail Accepted (9 dys)

06/02/08: IV Bill Paid Online

06/05/08: DS-230 Requested

06/02/08: I-864A RFE Generated

06/09/08: DS-230 Received

06/13/08: CASE COMPLETE (7 mo)

08/01/08: HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

08/06/08: Medical: PASSED

08/14/08: Interview: APPROVED!

08/15/08: Visa Pick-up

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On # 23, I just wrote down the colleges my wife attended. I didnt bother to write high school, etc.

I just wrote the college only, not the other schools. I just caught that after reading this. I sent NVC a formal e-mail with the other schools (elem, HS) from my wife' e-mail. Did you get an RFE for not putting her elem and HS??

Also, from my own experience, here's some of the most common reasons people get RFE at NVC.

Other names used on #27 and N/A on #28

you're saying people get an RFE because they write N/A on #28???

No NBI clearance for maiden name (if you wrote your maiden names on #20)

The name on my wife's NBI clearance is Kristine y Cuasito Alcampado de Lawrence. Her Maiden name is Kristine Cuasito Alcampado and her married name is Kristine Alcampado Lawrence. Will we get an RFE because we don't have an NBI clearance for her maiden name??

i dont have rfe with my nbi i was using my married name so maybe that would be fine


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USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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so if i will corrected my number 23 question ...is it okay if i wou;ld only write the college month and year graduated??


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USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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On # 2, I wrote my wife's maiden name. You should write any and all legal names you've used here.

On # 20, yes you should write down everything from age 16. In our case I made a mistake and wrote down everything since my wife was born. We didnt get an RFE though. I guess it was better to put more info than when you're short. :-)

On # 23, I just wrote down the colleges my wife attended. I didnt bother to write high school, etc.

Also, from my own experience, here's some of the most common reasons people get RFE at NVC.

  • Check your #20 again. Most people get an RFE because they forgot to write the word "present" on the last dates.
  • Other names used on #27 and N/A on #28
  • They did not include (2) 2x2 photos
  • No NBI clearance for maiden name (if you wrote your maiden names on #20)
  • Do not sign Part 2 or page 4 of DS-230. (You sign this at embassy interview)
  • Copy of your passport (front & back)
  • They send in they DS-230 application when it hasnt even been generated at NVC yet
Good luck Edith. Dont worry though. This is just a bump. You'll get your visa soon!

Noel,

that is why i was confused on my number 2 question because i type there my maiden name the same with my number 27 question! then why i still have rfe for that? then is it okay if i will just type the month and year i was graduated in college and dont bother the elementary and high school anymore? do you think they would accept it or they will look for the first information that they got from us?


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USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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that is why i was confused on my number 2 question because i type there my maiden name the same with my number 27 question! then why i still have rfe for that?

You did good. # 2 and #27 are usually the same for most people. Your RFE is probably not for that.

then is it okay if i will just type the month and year i was graduated in college and dont bother the elementary and high school anymore? do you think they would accept it or they will look for the first information that they got from us?

Just the college is good enough. They should accept it. I am really curious as to what your RFE could be.

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The name on my wife's NBI clearance is Kristine y Cuasito Alcampado de Lawrence. Her Maiden name is Kristine Cuasito Alcampado and her married name is Kristine Alcampado Lawrence. Will we get an RFE because we don't have an NBI clearance for her maiden name??

chrisepic,

You should have submitted an NBI clearance for her maiden name as well.

The following is a quote from US Embassy Manila...

"Clearances should be in the applicant’s current name, birth certificate name, maiden name, married name, and any aliases or nicknames ever used, including different spellings of all names ever used. "

Its too late now so lets hope you dont get an RFE. BUT I suggest that your wife get an NBI clerance with her maiden name anyway just in case you get an RFE (knock on wood).

Your wife should also have an extra copy of her NBI clearances (married and maiden name) to bring to her interview. The embassy suggest that applicants bring these documents.

In my wife's case, she brought these clearances but it was not asked by the consul. Better safe than sorry.

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Other names used on #27 and N/A on #28

you're saying people get an RFE because they write N/A on #28???

Sorry. I guess that wasnt clear. :whistle:

Im saying people usually get an RFE because they leave #27 blank and do not put "N/A" on #28.

On # 23, I just wrote down the colleges my wife attended. I didnt bother to write high school, etc.

I just wrote the college only, not the other schools. I just caught that after reading this. I sent NVC a formal e-mail with the other schools (elem, HS) from my wife' e-mail. Did you get an RFE for not putting her elem and HS??

College is good enough. We did the same thing on our DS-230 and did not get an RFE.

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Hello boyceedith

This is what we did..

Example:

1. Family Name: CLINTON First Name: JUANA Middle Name: DELA CRUZ (Complete married name)

other names used or aliases(if married woman,give maiden name)

2. Give Maiden Name: JUANA LOPEZ DELA CRUZ (Exact name on your Birth Certificate)

Question

20.List below all the places you have lived for atleast six months since reaching the age of 16 including the places in your country of nationality,begin with present residence

Ex: You were born: March 1, 1980

City or Town: QUEZON CITY Province: MANILA Country: Philippines From To (mm/yyyy): 03-1996 - Present

Question

23. List below all educational institution attended.

Ex:

-------------- School and Location ------------------------ From To(mm/yyyy) ------- Course of study ------ Degree or Diploma

Far Eastern university------ Manila, Philippines ----- 06-1997 --03-2001 ----- BS Nursing ----- College

Far Eastern university ----- Manila, Philippines ----- 06-1993 --03-1997 ----- Secondary ----- Highschool

Far Eastern university ----- Manila, Philippines ----- 06-1987 --03-1993 ----- Primary ------- Elementary


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CR1-CR2

06/22/07 - Sent I-130

12/04/07 - Approved

06/26/08 - Interview

07/04/08 - Visa on hand

08/08/08 - Arrived in US

08/21/08 - SSN and GC in mail

Removing Conditions

06/15/10 - Mailed I-751 packet via USPS

06/17/10 - Delivered to CSC

06/22/10 - Check was cashed

06/24/10 - Received NOA letter (Dated 6/17/10)

07/03/10 - Received biometric letter (Biometric Appointment dated 07/23/10)

07/20/10 - Early biometric done

08/13/10 - APPROVED

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(You did good. # 2 and #27 are usually the same for most people. Your RFE is probably not for that.)

(Just the college is good enough. They should accept it. I am really curious as to what your RFE could be.)

My husband called the nvc and told them all the list for my rfe ,she said #2,#20 and #23 and they sent out my rfe letter 3days ago,and for my daughter, her case is complete already but they still need to wait for my rfe correction to send it back to them to complete also my case. so what do you think there are still another mistakes on my paper aside from what they told to my husband?


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USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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Hello boyceedith

This is what we did..

Example:

1. Family Name: CLINTON First Name: JUANA Middle Name: DELA CRUZ (Complete married name)

other names used or aliases(if married woman,give maiden name)

2. Give Maiden Name: JUANA LOPEZ DELA CRUZ (Exact name on your Birth Certificate)

Question

20.List below all the places you have lived for atleast six months since reaching the age of 16 including the places in your country of nationality,begin with present residence

Ex: You were born: March 1, 1980

City or Town: QUEZON CITY Province: MANILA Country: Philippines From To (mm/yyyy): 03-1996 - Present

Question

23. List below all educational institution attended.

Ex:

-------------- School and Location ------------------------ From To(mm/yyyy) ------- Course of study ------ Degree or Diploma

Far Eastern university------ Manila, Philippines ----- 06-1997 --03-2001 ----- BS Nursing ----- College

Far Eastern university ----- Manila, Philippines ----- 06-1993 --03-1997 ----- Secondary ----- Highschool

Far Eastern university ----- Manila, Philippines ----- 06-1987 --03-1993 ----- Primary ------- Elementary

Thank you so much i dont really want to call you "evilgurl" angelgirl could be hehe i wish i knew your name...seriously thank you for your effort its help me a lot especially on #23 because i put my elementary going down to my college so maybe that was the one messed up because everything is correct on that #23 except not making it in order from present institution to the last one


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USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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(You did good. # 2 and #27 are usually the same for most people. Your RFE is probably not for that.)

(Just the college is good enough. They should accept it. I am really curious as to what your RFE could be.)

My husband called the nvc and told them all the list for my rfe ,she said #2,#20 and #23 and they sent out my rfe letter 3days ago,and for my daughter, her case is complete already but they still need to wait for my rfe correction to send it back to them to complete also my case. so what do you think there are still another mistakes on my paper aside from what they told to my husband?

I personally think there's nothing else. If NVC told Boyce that its 2, 20, and 23, then that's probably that's it. Glad to hear that your daughters case is complete though.

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