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Little confused on CR1/IR1 process:

So, after we send out I-130 petition, we get NOA1 receipt at Petitioner's address in US. Then after unknown amount of months, you also get NOA2 at Petitioner's address in US.

I think after your file gets forwarded to NVC for further processing. What happens next?

1) Do NVC sends out for further documentation at Petitioner's address in US or spouse address oversea?

2) Does spouse get any sort of communication from USCIS/NVC until Petitioner's furnishes I-864 and IV visa fee?

What happened was that spouse provided with a wrong address (they moved since then-family didn't inform us prior to that), and someone not so friendly to our family is living at the old place. I want to make sure no information about our file gets to the old spouse address oversea.

Thanks.

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Little confused on CR1/IR1 process:

So, after we send out I-130 petition, we get NOA1 receipt at Petitioner's address in US. Then after unknown amount of months, you also get NOA2 at Petitioner's address in US.

I think after your file gets forwarded to NVC for further processing. What happens next?

1) Do NVC sends out for further documentation at Petitioner's address in US or spouse address oversea?

2) Does spouse get any sort of communication from USCIS/NVC until Petitioner's furnishes I-864 and IV visa fee?

What happened was that spouse provided with a wrong address (they moved since then-family didn't inform us prior to that), and someone not so friendly to our family is living at the old place. I want to make sure no information about our file gets to the old spouse address oversea.

Thanks.

That's what happens when NVC gets I-130 first they sign a case# then they send I-864 AOS fee and fourm DS-3032 choice of agent to the petitioner, in my case, I as the petitioner i got this packet and then after some days my wife got the same packet in Lebanon from NVC at her address that i provided on our I-130 but after NVC got the choice of agent address fourm, which was my address in the US they comunicated with me as her agent.

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NVC sends the DS-3032(choice of agent) to the petitioner and beneficiary. Make sure the address for the beneficiary is up to date and correct. The petitioner will also get the I-864 AOS bill. Then the petitioner pays the bill either online using routing and account numbers and also by obtaining IIN# or invoice number from NVC once the case is received by them or through the mail. After the check is cashed or shows "PAID" online and the DS-3032 is received, the NVC will generate the I-864 package or if you paid online you will print it out from online as well as the coversheet and mail it in. After that is received than they will review it which can take anywhere from 2-4 weeks, they will generate IV bill which is about $400.00 and will send the DS-230 form to the agent. DS-230 instruction would also be given to the beneficiary. Gather all required documents and form and mail it to NVC. Once it is received NVC can take up to 6 weeks to review and case complete. Lastly will be forwarded to embassy or consulate abroad. Hope that helps. You can also look at guides on VJ. Good luck


USCIS Journey

03/15/08 Sent I-130

03/17/08 I-130 received (USPS) (Priority Date)

06/28/08 Received NOA2 hardcopy: NO RFE FROM USCIS:101 days

NVC Journey

07/01/08 NVC case# assigned

08/14/08 CASE COMPLETE: NO RFE FROM NVC:44 days

09/15/08 Interview date assigned

Embassy Journey

10/01/08 Case at embassy

10/08/08 Document verification and got interviewed (Approved)

10/09/08 Pick up visa (original interview date)

10/18/08 P.O.E ~ Seattle

Removing Conditions

07/23/2010 Mail off I-751(USCIS received on 07/26 via usps)

07/26/2010 NOA1 date (notice received 8/2/2010)

07/28/2010 Check cashed

08/20/2010 Biometrics appt.(notice received 8/7/2010)

08/20,21,23 touched

10/22/2010 Approved NO RFE(2 months and 3 weeks from filing date)

Citizenship

10/7/11 N-400 Submitted

10/13/11 NOA date

10/20/11 appt letter sent for biometrics

11/9/11 Biometrics appt

11/11/11 Email of interview scheduling received

11/14/11 Interview scheduled and mail sent

11/21/11 Interview letter received

12/19/11 Interview date

12/19/11 passed interview and oath Finally a citizen(2 months 1 week and 5 days from sending N-400)

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NVC sends the DS-3032(choice of agent) to the petitioner and beneficiary. Make sure the address for the beneficiary is up to date and correct. The petitioner will also get the I-864 AOS bill. Then the petitioner pays the bill either online using routing and account numbers and also by obtaining IIN# or invoice number from NVC once the case is received by them or through the mail. After the check is cashed or shows "PAID" online and the DS-3032 is received, the NVC will generate the I-864 package or if you paid online you will print it out from online as well as the coversheet and mail it in. After that is received than they will review it which can take anywhere from 2-4 weeks, they will generate IV bill which is about $400.00 and will send the DS-230 form to the agent. DS-230 instruction would also be given to the beneficiary. Gather all required documents and form and mail it to NVC. Once it is received NVC can take up to 6 weeks to review and case complete. Lastly will be forwarded to embassy or consulate abroad. Hope that helps. You can also look at guides on VJ. Good luck

Thanks. I will make sure spouse address is updated.

One more question though: What type of personal information is included on packet sent at spouse address (DS-3032 only i assume)? I am just afraid that address change might not take affect until it is too late.

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