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Alice Meichi

How many copies of the application package to make?

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When applying for the K-1 Visa, I remember having to make 3 copies of everything I sent in.

Do we have to do that again for applying for Removing Conditions?

Will only 2 copies suffice, if we do need to make copies?

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I-129F K-1 Visa

October 16, 2007: I-129F Petition Sent to VSC via FedEx Ground

October 17, 2007: I-129F Received

October 24, 2007: NOA1 Received

January 13, 2008: NOA2 Received

January 18, 2008: NVC Received

January 28, 2008: Packet 3 Received

February 1, 2008: Packet 3 Sent

March 14, 2008: Packet 4 Received

April 4, 2008: INTERVIEW!

April 7, 2008: K-1 Visa Received

April 29, 2008: Michael enters United States on K-1 visa

June 9, 2008: Alice and Michael GET MARRIED!

I-485 AOS/I-765 EAD

June 26, 2008: AOS Packet Sent to Chicago via FedEx Ground

June 30, 2008: AOS Packet Received

July 7, 2008: NOA1 dated

July 12, 2008: NOA1 Received

July 25, 2008: Biometrics appointment

August 28, 2008: AOS Welcome Notice received via E-mail

September 5, 2008: EAD approval received via E-mail

September 5, 2008: GREEN CARD RECEIVED!

September 13, 2008: EAD RECEIVED!

I-751 Removal of Conditions

May 27, 2010: I-751 Packet sent to Vermont Service Center via USPS Priority Mail, Certified

May 29, 2010: I-751 Packet Received

June 1, 2010: NOA1 Dated

June 7, 2010: NOA1 Received

August 23, 2010: Biometrics appointment

September 20, 2010: Approval decision letter

September 27, 2010: 10-YEAR GREEN CARD RECEIVED!

N-400 Application for Naturalization

January 23, 2017: N-400 Petition Sent to Lewisville, TX via FedEx Ground

January 25, 2017: NOA1 Dated

February 14, 2017: Biometrics appointment

October 27, 2017: NOA2 Dated

December 5, 2017: INTERVIEW PASSED!

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I must be naughty because I only kept 1 extra copy of the K1 petition/visa packets!

It's always recommended to have at least an extra copy for yourself, in the event they misplace something and need you to resend it - or if you are interviewed, then both you and the officer will have a copy of your full file. Just makes it easier on you. Plus if you plan to apply for natz, then this will come in handy too.


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