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Renee n Jay

Switching from K1 to K3

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Jay and I just sent in our paperwork for our K1 visa. We sent in the I-129F form and just got our noa1 last week. What we are looking to do is get married now and not wait, and switch to a K3 visa. Is this possible if we have already started the process for the K1? We believe the waiting game for both is the same, just not sure if we are able to switch approaches at this point. If so, what would we need to do? Thanks for any help that you can provide.


02 /09 Met on e Harmony

04/18/09 Met in person

Fell in love that same day.

05/22/10 Filed I129F

05/28/10 Noa1

06/07/10 Touch

09/30/10 Touch

10/05/10 RFE notice (did not submit firsts divorce decree)

10/17/10 Reply to RFE

10/27/10 RFERR

10/28/10 APPROVED!!!!!!!! :) NOA2

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

Darn, that's what we figured - I guess we should have thought of that first - we'll just wait it out then. thanks so much for the info.


02 /09 Met on e Harmony

04/18/09 Met in person

Fell in love that same day.

05/22/10 Filed I129F

05/28/10 Noa1

06/07/10 Touch

09/30/10 Touch

10/05/10 RFE notice (did not submit firsts divorce decree)

10/17/10 Reply to RFE

10/27/10 RFERR

10/28/10 APPROVED!!!!!!!! :) NOA2

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Darn, that's what we figured - I guess we should have thought of that first - we'll just wait it out then. thanks so much for the info.

Please not you will start a CR1 process. K3 is virtually dead.


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