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What is the pupose of I-130 ??

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hi guys

I have an attorney but I have received more information from you guys than from my attorney. I am glad we have this place to talk. I would like to know something about i-130. I have received my I-130 receipt. What does the USCIS do once they receive the i-130. Do they do a background check on the USC (petitioner). I am the beneficiary - do they do any background check on me ? I will appreciate if you could answer.

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hi guys

I have an attorney but I have received more information from you guys than from my attorney. I am glad we have this place to talk. I would like to know something about i-130. I have received my I-130 receipt. What does the USCIS do once they receive the i-130. Do they do a background check on the USC (petitioner). I am the beneficiary - do they do any background check on me ? I will appreciate if you could answer.

Yes, they do background checks on you but unless you are a child molestor, have previous immigration fraud issues or are a terrorist, the results make no difference in whether the I-130 petition is approved. In short, you're proving you are a citizen, were both free to marry when you married and are actually married to the beneficiary. Petition approval is the first milestone, not an approved visa.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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hi guys

I have an attorney but I have received more information from you guys than from my attorney. I am glad we have this place to talk. I would like to know something about i-130. I have received my I-130 receipt. What does the USCIS do once they receive the i-130. Do they do a background check on the USC (petitioner). I am the beneficiary - do they do any background check on me ? I will appreciate if you could answer.

Yes, they do background checks on you but unless you are a child molestor, have previous immigration fraud issues or are a terrorist, the results make no difference in whether the I-130 petition is approved. In short, you're proving you are a citizen, were both free to marry when you married and are actually married to the beneficiary. Petition approval is the first milestone, not an approved visa.

Thank you very much.

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