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Our I-129F is going to be sent off tomorrow, which my girlfriend has made an amazing job of. Its really well laid out, filed in chronological order and easy to navigate through (i know it will be taken apart by the officer dealing with it, but at least its looks nice now.

But I have one question before she sends it. She has put clear tabs on the bottom of the main forms ( I-129.G325 etc) so they are even easier to find. But although the tabs dont cover any info, they dont look like they can be removed easily, unless cut off. I just wondered if this will be a problem? we dont want to have it returned to us.. :-(

just getting a little nervous and probably being too paranoid..but just want to gauge what people thought.

thanks


I-129F Sent : 2008-09-15

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-09-17

TOUCHED: 2008-09-19

TOUCHED : 2009-01-13

TOUCHED: 2009-01-14

NOA2: 2009-01-14 APPROVED !!!!

NOA2 Recd 2009-01-18

NVC received 2009-01-20

Left NVC 2009-01-21

Arrived London 2009-01-23

Received P-3 2009-01-30

Sent P-3 2009-02-08

Received P-4 2009-03-05

Medical 2009-03-06

Interview 2009-03-23 K-1 VISA APPROVED!!!!!!!! :-)

K-1 Received 2009-04-09

Moved to USA 2009-06-29

Married !!! 2009-08-06

Sent off I-485 2009-09-22

NOA1(x3) 2009-09-29

Received I-797C 2009-10-04

Biometrics 2009-10-24

Adv Parole Rec 2009-11-25

EAD received 2009-11-30

Greencard Interview 2010-01-22 APPROVED!

Greencard Rec 2010-01-29

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Our I-129F is going to be sent off tomorrow, which my girlfriend has made an amazing job of. Its really well laid out, filed in chronological order and easy to navigate through (i know it will be taken apart by the officer dealing with it, but at least its looks nice now.

But I have one question before she sends it. She has put clear tabs on the bottom of the main forms ( I-129.G325 etc) so they are even easier to find. But although the tabs dont cover any info, they dont look like they can be removed easily, unless cut off. I just wondered if this will be a problem? we dont want to have it returned to us.. :-(

just getting a little nervous and probably being too paranoid..but just want to gauge what people thought.

thanks

I saw my petition package at the interview and they had RIPPED off the tabs I carefully glued to the bottoms of the documents. Was looking neat before that but looked like hell after they tore them off.


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Our I-129F is going to be sent off tomorrow, which my girlfriend has made an amazing job of. Its really well laid out, filed in chronological order and easy to navigate through (i know it will be taken apart by the officer dealing with it, but at least its looks nice now.

But I have one question before she sends it. She has put clear tabs on the bottom of the main forms ( I-129.G325 etc) so they are even easier to find. But although the tabs dont cover any info, they dont look like they can be removed easily, unless cut off. I just wondered if this will be a problem? we dont want to have it returned to us.. :-(

just getting a little nervous and probably being too paranoid..but just want to gauge what people thought.

thanks

It won't be returned because of tabs but they are not needed either.


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Our I-129F is going to be sent off tomorrow, which my girlfriend has made an amazing job of. Its really well laid out, filed in chronological order and easy to navigate through (i know it will be taken apart by the officer dealing with it, but at least its looks nice now.

But I have one question before she sends it. She has put clear tabs on the bottom of the main forms ( I-129.G325 etc) so they are even easier to find. But although the tabs dont cover any info, they dont look like they can be removed easily, unless cut off. I just wondered if this will be a problem? we dont want to have it returned to us.. :-(

just getting a little nervous and probably being too paranoid..but just want to gauge what people thought.

thanks

It won't be returned because of tabs but they are not needed either.

It won't be returned

Can you 100% guarentee that??


K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

!! ALL PAU!

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Our I-129F is going to be sent off tomorrow, which my girlfriend has made an amazing job of. Its really well laid out, filed in chronological order and easy to navigate through (i know it will be taken apart by the officer dealing with it, but at least its looks nice now.

But I have one question before she sends it. She has put clear tabs on the bottom of the main forms ( I-129.G325 etc) so they are even easier to find. But although the tabs dont cover any info, they dont look like they can be removed easily, unless cut off. I just wondered if this will be a problem? we dont want to have it returned to us.. :-(

just getting a little nervous and probably being too paranoid..but just want to gauge what people thought.

thanks

It won't be returned because of tabs but they are not needed either.

It won't be returned

Can you 100% guarentee that??

It won't be returned because of tabs. It could be returned for any number of other reasons. Why do you ask?


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Understanding the big picture is priceless. Anonymous

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A Warning to Green Card Holders About Voting

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/606646-a-warning-to-green-card-holders-about-voting/

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