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What happens if the I-129f gets approved first and the I-130 is pending

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Hi people just a quick question, What happens if the I-129f gets approved first, and the I-130 is pending, would they approve it later, I can a like the I-130 better, any suggestions, please let me know, we would like to make the best decision possible. Thank you all and God bless

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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This has not happened in years (the I-129F getting approved first). If this does happen, and you want to follow the K-3, then simply either ignore any correspondences regarding the K-3 or notify NVC that you do not intend to follow the K-3

Good luck.


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Filed: Other Country: China
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This has not happened in years (the I-129F getting approved first). If this does happen, and you want to follow the K-3, then simply either ignore any correspondences regarding the K-3 or notify NVC that you do not intend to follow the K-3

Good luck.

Correct, the only way it IS going to happen is if there's something missing in the I-130 package that would delay it while the I-129F gets approved and forwarded. USCIS does all they can to assure this never happens.


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