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hello-I have a few newbie questions.

I have filed a I-130 for my wife and just received my NOA1. Per the instructions on filing the I129 it indicated to include in the I-129f package a copy of the I-130 transfer notice however one was not included with the NOA-1. Is a physical notice required?- I did log into the USCIS site and it indicates that the I-130 was transfered to the California Service Center. Can I just print out the case update via the USCIS or am I to await some official transfer notice?

The second question is regarding payment. I see the I-129 payment is $455. That is required in addition to the $355 already payed for the I-130 correct?

Thank you

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hello-I have a few newbie questions.

I have filed a I-130 for my wife and just received my NOA1. Per the instructions on filing the I129 it indicated to include in the I-129f package a copy of the I-130 transfer notice however one was not included with the NOA-1. Is a physical notice required?- I did log into the USCIS site and it indicates that the I-130 was transfered to the California Service Center. Can I just print out the case update via the USCIS or am I to await some official transfer notice?

The second question is regarding payment. I see the I-129 payment is $455. That is required in addition to the $355 already payed for the I-130 correct?

Thank you

Per the instructions on filing the I129 it indicated to include in the I-129f package a copy of the I-130 transfer notice however one was not included with the NOA-1. Is a physical notice required?- you are to include the hardcopy "notice of action" you received when your 130 was first received, not transferred. the 129f instructions say to include the receipt notice, not the transfer notice. So, the first NOA you received in the mail is what you should send in.

and no, when you send the NOA for the 130, this lets USCIS know you are filing k3 and the fee is waived. You should include a cover letter also saying you are submitting the 129f to accompany the 130.

I hope this helps, and good luck with the rest of your journey :)

Lisa


"you fondle my trigger then you blame my gun"

Timeline: 13 month long journey from filing to visa in hand

If you were lucky and got an approval and reunion with your loved one rather quickly; Please refrain from telling people who waited 6+ months just to get out of a service center to "chill out" or to "stop whining" It's insensitive,and unecessary. Once you walk a mile in their shoes you will understand and be heard.

Thanks!

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