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First, congratulations on the recent approvals!

I am filling out our I-130 today. On page 2 it asks "List husband/wife and all children of your relative".

I am the wife/petitioner. Should I include myself on this list?


For CR-1 Process:

CIS

08.17.06 - I-130 mailed to TSC

08.29.06 - NOA-1 generated

09.04.06 - NOA-1 received in the mail from CSC

09.11.06 - *Touch*

09.15.06 - *Touch*

11.01.06 - APPROVED!! [76 days]

NVC

11.20.06 - Case number assigned

11.21.06 - E-mailed Choice of Agent and mailed AOS Bill using James' Shortcuts

11.28.06 - Choice of Agent in NVC system

12.04.06 - IV Bill and I-864 Packet generated

12.06.06 - I-864 mailed using James' Shortcuts

12.12.06 - IV Bill rec'd via USPS and payment sent back to NVC same day

12.21.06 - I-864 in NVC system

12.26.06 - DS-230 generated

12.29.06 - DS-230 mailed using James' Shortcuts

01.08.07 - All paperwork in NVC system.

02.07.07 - Case complete [80 days]. NVC reports our file has left for London

*** Saved total of 29 days using James' Shortcuts***

London Embassy

03.06.07 - Packet arrives with interview date & instructions

04.03.07 - Medical in London - went smoothly

04.12.07 - 10.30 AM Interview at London Embassy - in and out in half an hour!

04.13.07 - Visa arrives at Hubby's home in York, 1.30 PM. WOW!

04.29.07 - Husband arrives in US via Newark. :)

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JenM,

Are you your husband's wife? If so, write your name down as such.

On the other hand, if you decide to not include yourself, I think the USCIS will figure it out.

Yodrak

First, congratulations on the recent approvals!

I am filling out our I-130 today. On page 2 it asks "List husband/wife and all children of your relative".

I am the wife/petitioner. Should I include myself on this list?

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JenM,

Are you your husband's wife? If so, write your name down as such.

On the other hand, if you decide to not include yourself, I think the USCIS will figure it out.

Yodrak

As a matter of fact, I am. :P

I asked because I have obviously already identified myself on the form as his wife. Didn't want to be redundant if it wasn't expected of me. Thanks for the verification.


For CR-1 Process:

CIS

08.17.06 - I-130 mailed to TSC

08.29.06 - NOA-1 generated

09.04.06 - NOA-1 received in the mail from CSC

09.11.06 - *Touch*

09.15.06 - *Touch*

11.01.06 - APPROVED!! [76 days]

NVC

11.20.06 - Case number assigned

11.21.06 - E-mailed Choice of Agent and mailed AOS Bill using James' Shortcuts

11.28.06 - Choice of Agent in NVC system

12.04.06 - IV Bill and I-864 Packet generated

12.06.06 - I-864 mailed using James' Shortcuts

12.12.06 - IV Bill rec'd via USPS and payment sent back to NVC same day

12.21.06 - I-864 in NVC system

12.26.06 - DS-230 generated

12.29.06 - DS-230 mailed using James' Shortcuts

01.08.07 - All paperwork in NVC system.

02.07.07 - Case complete [80 days]. NVC reports our file has left for London

*** Saved total of 29 days using James' Shortcuts***

London Embassy

03.06.07 - Packet arrives with interview date & instructions

04.03.07 - Medical in London - went smoothly

04.12.07 - 10.30 AM Interview at London Embassy - in and out in half an hour!

04.13.07 - Visa arrives at Hubby's home in York, 1.30 PM. WOW!

04.29.07 - Husband arrives in US via Newark. :)

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First, congratulations on the recent approvals!

I am filling out our I-130 today. On page 2 it asks "List husband/wife and all children of your relative".

I am the wife/petitioner. Should I include myself on this list?

JenM,

Yes, you must include yourself on this list and provide your info (date of birth, place of birth).

Yodrak,

Why do you have to be sarcastic in all your replies? People ask questions when they are not sure about something. Why do you have to write like "Are you your husband's wife?" I am sure, most of the people don't like sarcastic answers. If you have to be sarcastic by nature, then you should refrain from answering.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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