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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Good day everyone,

I have a quick question I sent our I-130 August 25, 2009 & USCIS sent our NOA1 September 2, 2009. On September 18th I sent my I-129F and was received by USCIS on September 21, 2009. On September 22, 2009 they sent me the Receipt Notice. Only for the very next day, September 23, 2009, to receive our I-130 Approval Notice.

My question is, will this cause my I-129F to get denied? I never thought my I-130 to get approved in only 21 days! Now, only for a one day difference, I worry our I-129F to get denied....What should we do? Wait to hear any news from USCIS or file another I-129F???

Please advice. I know the CR-1 route is the cheapest but I hear it takes longer than the K-3 route...HELP.

Thank you.

Liz

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Well, obviously in your case the Cr-1 IS faster since your I-130 is already approved and your I-129F is not. So looks like your only choice is the CR-1 (consider yourself VERY lucky)

Congrats on the quick approval

Good luck.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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CR1 is what you want.

Just let everyting run it's course and ignore the K3 part and proceed with the CR1.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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CR1 is what you want.

Just let everyting run it's course and ignore the K3 part and proceed with the CR1.

If you've got the $1010 adjustment of status fee burning a hole in your pocket, send it to Ewok to fund VJ. :)

Thank you all. I'm just going crazy with the waiting game. I know my timeline does not compare to the many others that have been going at it longer than I have, but I just can't bare the thought of living without my husband for much longer.

Good luck to everyone and for the ones who have been waiting longer than I have, may you soon get the good news you have been waiting for so long.

Thanks again.

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Good day everyone,

I have a quick question I sent our I-130 August 25, 2009 & USCIS sent our NOA1 September 2, 2009. On September 18th I sent my I-129F and was received by USCIS on September 21, 2009. On September 22, 2009 they sent me the Receipt Notice. Only for the very next day, September 23, 2009, to receive our I-130 Approval Notice.

My question is, will this cause my I-129F to get denied? I never thought my I-130 to get approved in only 21 days! Now, only for a one day difference, I worry our I-129F to get denied....What should we do? Wait to hear any news from USCIS or file another I-129F???

Please advice. I know the CR-1 route is the cheapest but I hear it takes longer than the K-3 route...HELP.

Thank you.

Liz

By law, yes your I-129F should be denied because there is no pending I-130. Unless there are step-children for whom you failed to file an I-130, count yourself very lucky indeed.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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So if I have no choice now but to go with the CR1 route (since my I-130 got approved before our I-129), does this mean I will have to restart paperwork all over again? I only submitted the I-130 and no other form to go with it for a CR1 Visa...How will the denial of my I-129f affect my K3 process. Is there anything I should be doing right now? Should I contact NVC and tell them I now want to pursue the CR1 visa? Oh my God, now I feel as if the fast approval on my I-130 may not be something to rejoice about.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.

Liz

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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So if I have no choice now but to go with the CR1 route (since my I-130 got approved before our I-129), does this mean I will have to restart paperwork all over again? I only submitted the I-130 and no other form to go with it for a CR1 Visa...How will the denial of my I-129f affect my K3 process. Is there anything I should be doing right now? Should I contact NVC and tell them I now want to pursue the CR1 visa? Oh my God, now I feel as if the fast approval on my I-130 may not be something to rejoice about.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.

Liz

Liz,

calm down and breath. It is a good thing that your I130 has been approved. This file will now head for the NVC and the process your file for the embassy. I got my correspondence from the NVC thru email, so watch your spam or add them to your contacts in your email. Don't worry about the I129f.

You'll be fine.

Waiting.....Waiting....waiting....waiting....and more waiting..........

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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So if I have no choice now but to go with the CR1 route (since my I-130 got approved before our I-129), does this mean I will have to restart paperwork all over again? I only submitted the I-130 and no other form to go with it for a CR1 Visa...How will the denial of my I-129f affect my K3 process. Is there anything I should be doing right now? Should I contact NVC and tell them I now want to pursue the CR1 visa? Oh my God, now I feel as if the fast approval on my I-130 may not be something to rejoice about.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.

Liz

Liz,

calm down and breath. It is a good thing that your I130 has been approved. This file will now head for the NVC and the process your file for the embassy. I got my correspondence from the NVC thru email, so watch your spam or add them to your contacts in your email. Don't worry about the I129f.

You'll be fine.

Thank you and I'm sorry about sounding neurotic but I just want to make sure I do things the right way. Thanks again.

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So if I have no choice now but to go with the CR1 route (since my I-130 got approved before our I-129), does this mean I will have to restart paperwork all over again? I only submitted the I-130 and no other form to go with it for a CR1 Visa...How will the denial of my I-129f affect my K3 process. Is there anything I should be doing right now? Should I contact NVC and tell them I now want to pursue the CR1 visa? Oh my God, now I feel as if the fast approval on my I-130 may not be something to rejoice about.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.

Liz

Liz,

calm down and breath. It is a good thing that your I130 has been approved. This file will now head for the NVC and the process your file for the embassy. I got my correspondence from the NVC thru email, so watch your spam or add them to your contacts in your email. Don't worry about the I129f.

You'll be fine.

Thank you and I'm sorry about sounding neurotic but I just want to make sure I do things the right way. Thanks again.

In short, you have no K3 process. It's dead. Follow the CR1 guide and the Lingche shortcuts from the Wiki. This is a good thing.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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IIWY, I'd call NVC and inquire about the I-130 on Monday - perhaps they have it now, can issue a Case Number for you, kick the DS-3032 into play.

Have a read?

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/...he_NVC_ShortCut

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On you I130 form did you state you intended to go with the I129f route, if you did then it wont. This is what happend with me. My on-line I130 status changed from Case Received and Pending to Approval Notice Sent. It was ny I129f status that change from:

- Case Received and Pending

- RFE

- RFE received

To this date my I129f status still hasn't changed. I received approval notices for both in the mail 5 days after being approved on Monday.

Call NVC - (603)-334-0700

option: 1-1-what ever the first 3 letters on the your receipt are-1

Quote them you I130 receipt number & you I129f receipt number.

You I129f shouldn't be dead. Both should still be active, if on your I130 you stated you wished to go down the I129f route. It is correct that I130 is the superior visa and will be cheaper for you.

Good luck and congrats on getting approved so fast

Best of Luck. Best wishes. Thank you.

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On you I130 form did you state you intended to go with the I129f route, if you did then it wont. This is what happend with me. My on-line I130 status changed from Case Received and Pending to Approval Notice Sent. It was ny I129f status that change from:

- Case Received and Pending

- RFE

- RFE received

To this date my I129f status still hasn't changed. I received approval notices for both in the mail 5 days after being approved on Monday.

Call NVC - (603)-334-0700

option: 1-1-what ever the first 3 letters on the your receipt are-1

Quote them you I130 receipt number & you I129f receipt number.

You I129f shouldn't be dead. Both should still be active, if on your I130 you stated you wished to go down the I129f route. It is correct that I130 is the superior visa and will be cheaper for you.

Good luck and congrats on getting approved so fast

The bold above is dead wrong for reasons already explained in this thread.

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Understanding the big picture is priceless. Anonymous

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nepal
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So if I have no choice now but to go with the CR1 route (since my I-130 got approved before our I-129), does this mean I will have to restart paperwork all over again? I only submitted the I-130 and no other form to go with it for a CR1 Visa...How will the denial of my I-129f affect my K3 process. Is there anything I should be doing right now? Should I contact NVC and tell them I now want to pursue the CR1 visa? Oh my God, now I feel as if the fast approval on my I-130 may not be something to rejoice about.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.

Liz

Liz,

calm down and breath. It is a good thing that your I130 has been approved. This file will now head for the NVC and the process your file for the embassy. I got my correspondence from the NVC thru email, so watch your spam or add them to your contacts in your email. Don't worry about the I129f.

You'll be fine.

How did they get your email address without you contacting them first?

2009-09-30 -> I-129 Approved

2009-09-30 -> I-130 Approved

-------NVC----------

2009-10-14 -> NVC Received

2009-10-15 -> Received/Sent DS-3032

2009-10-15 -> Received/Paid I-864 Bill

2009-10-19 -> Send I-864 Packet

2009-10-26 -> NVC Received DS-3032

2009-10-28 -> Receive/Pay IV Bill Pay

2009-10-29 -> Send DS-230 (Overnight)

2009-10-30 -> NVC Received (DS-230) 11:00 AM

2009-11-03 -> NVC Entered DS-230 in system.

2009-11-09 -> Received email requesting DS-230....

2009-11-12 -> Log in to Consular Electronic App Center failed!!

2009-11-13 -> Case complete

2010-01-12 -> Rescheduled from [2010-01-25] Interview [Approved]

2010-01-14 -> Pick up passport.

2010-01-17 -> Depart

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Hong Kong
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I thought my I130 was approved without I129 but found out that they were both approved at the same time even though USCIS says that the I129 is still pending. When you call NVC ask them to check both case #'s. That was how I found out both were approved the same day. We are going the K3 first through Hong Kong electronically and then pursuing the CR1 through Guangzhou.

White slip (not a bona fide relationship)K1

Return to Washington 12-24-07

Married 2/23/2008 In Hong Kong

Filed K3 4/28/2009 (my husband had some issues with his Chinese visa)

CSC received May 1, 09

NOA1 May 6, 2009 (received in mail on 5-8)

Sent I29 May 9th, Received May 11th

NOA1 for I129 May 18th, 09

Received in mail on May 26th

I-130 Touch 8/14/2009, approved 9/1/09, 1129 touched 9-1,2,3, approved the 1st.

NOA2 for I-129 not received

Hong Kong Embassy received it on Sept 14th, 09

Packet 3 mailed out on Sept 22,09

I130 at NVC now

Received email Sep 23 about electronic processing for CR1

Packet 3 mailed on Sep 22, received on October 5th

Mailed packet 3 back 10-9 to Hong Kong, awaiting packet 4

Packet 4 mailed 10-15, Interview set for Nov 10th

In AP a little over a month

Got approval notice Dec 17th

Dropped passport off on 12-21

Received visa 12/24.

Flew to St Louis 12/29, now home.

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