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Changing from K3 to DCF

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Hi everyone. I'm new to this site and the immigration process, and I am needing advice about what to do. My husband and I are living in KSA and we applied with an attorney in the USA for a K3. We have submitted out I130 but haven't recieved the NOA. Since filing it, we have learned about DCF and how much quicker and easier it can be. My question is, can we withdraw our I130 that we filed in the USA and file here at our Embassy? If so, how do we go about doing it? Will it effect the legality of our case? How long after it is withdrawn will we need to wait to file here in Saudi Arabia..or do we need to wait at all? If anyone has any advice or has been thru a similar sitiation, I would greatly appreciate your help.

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just curious where in KSA do you live??


June 11 05-Married George, civil ceremony in New York

May 30 08-Baby Joshua was born

Jan 15-Back to NY we go...

May 10-made decision not to go back overseas.

July 10-filed for divorce

Jan 11-Divorce final

July 11-1st trip to take Josh to see George

Mar 12-2nd trip to take Josh to see George

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LOL it is a small world ehh!!!

i had no idea you were working on the whole immigration thing!! greaaaaaaaaaat you and Em will both be leaving me very soon :(


June 11 05-Married George, civil ceremony in New York

May 30 08-Baby Joshua was born

Jan 15-Back to NY we go...

May 10-made decision not to go back overseas.

July 10-filed for divorce

Jan 11-Divorce final

July 11-1st trip to take Josh to see George

Mar 12-2nd trip to take Josh to see George

MfXV.jpg.png

1LR1.jpg.png

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as far as what to do, really im not sure but i would think u can just cancel the i130 u filed and refile here using dcf. contact the lawyer and also uscis and see about canceling it. but really the embassy here can give u a heads up about that to do regarding everything.

we dont get to file for all this stuff because geo cant return to the usa for at least 7 more years so we are sitting ducks until then..or at least until he is elligible to try and file to get to canada.

i wish you think best girl. i will for sure be lonely once u are both gone.


June 11 05-Married George, civil ceremony in New York

May 30 08-Baby Joshua was born

Jan 15-Back to NY we go...

May 10-made decision not to go back overseas.

July 10-filed for divorce

Jan 11-Divorce final

July 11-1st trip to take Josh to see George

Mar 12-2nd trip to take Josh to see George

MfXV.jpg.png

1LR1.jpg.png

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