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Prasanth Kumar

I-797C NOA vs Transfer Notice

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Recently I got the I-797C NOA after submitting the I-130 visa for my wife. Now to submit the I-129F according the the visa journey guide I need to provide the "Copy of I-130 Transfer Notice" and "Copy of the NOA1 from the I-130" but I have only received the NOA. Do I need to wait for something else before submitting the I-129F? The NOA doesn't explicitly mention they transferred the paperwork to the CSC but the CSC address is at the bottom of the letter. Is that sufficient?

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Recently I got the I-797C NOA after submitting the I-130 visa for my wife. Now to submit the I-129F according the the visa journey guide I need to provide the "Copy of I-130 Transfer Notice" and "Copy of the NOA1 from the I-130" but I have only received the NOA. Do I need to wait for something else before submitting the I-129F? The NOA doesn't explicitly mention they transferred the paperwork to the CSC but the CSC address is at the bottom of the letter. Is that sufficient?

If i were you I'd check out just going with the I-130 [CR-1] and forget the K3. If done proberly the CR-1 is almost as fast as the K3 and it's a MUCH, MUCH better visa.

To start CRs are immigrant visas and receive their GC and SS card in the mail shortly after arriving in the US.

No need to go thru the $1010 cost, stress and hassle of doing the AOS.

No need another interview or do biometrics.

Not having a SS card can prevent one doing a lot of things such as get drivers license, joint bank accounts etc.

K3s are nonimmigrant visas and have to go thru AOS. It can take a LONG time to get GC. Can be denied and deported also. Rare but the chance is still there.

If the relationship or petitioner goes “belly up” before the beneficiary has GC in hand they stand an excellent chance of being deported.

At this time if done properly it only takes about a month longer to do the CR-1 or IR-1.

The CR-1 recipient can almost immediately work, get drivers license, joint bank accounts, and anything else where a GC and SS card are required .

PLus can return home without waiting for AP or GC in case of emergency!

K3 visas have to wait at about 3 months for EAD so they can get a SSN.

Petitoner has to qualify financially at the interview and then a few months later at the AOS. Some petitioners have been getting laid off due to the economy causing more AOS problems.

CR/IR only does so once at NVC.

Check Lingche NVC shortcuts. Google it.

Edited by Haole

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

!! ALL PAU!

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