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We submitted our I-130 just a couple weeks after we got married (because I want him with me ASAP!), and I had only been in Turkey with him a month at that point. So most of our bona fides were photographs from those few weeks, from our wedding, and call records. We had sent each other a few silly love poems, his in Turkish and mine in English, so we printed those out as evidence as well. We never translated the Turkish poems or the Facebook wall posts or messages in Turkish. Will this generate an RFE, or will they just ignore it and look at our awesome touristy pictures of us in Istanbul?


Married: March 16, 2010
Sent I-130: March 31, 2010
NOA1: April 21, 2010
Check cashed: April 22, 2010
Touched: April 23, 2010
NOA2: October 2, 2010
DONE with USCIS

NVC Received: October 27, 2010
Received DS-3032/I-864 bill: October 30, 2010
Paid I-864 bill: November 3, 2010
I-864 bill shows as PAID: November 5, 2010
Receive I-864 package: ????
Return completed I-864: ????
Return completed DS-3032 (email): November 4, 2010
Return completed DS-3032 (mail mail): November 24, 2010
Receive IV bill: ????
Pay IV bill: ????

ENTERED US: August 17, 2011

Removal of Conditions

Mail package to California Service Center: ????

Receive NOA: ????

Biometrics appointment: ????

Conditions removed: ????


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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I don't think it is required to send those things at USCIS, you always can bring them to the interview to show it to CO. I don't think they are going to even look at those poems.... Don't worry......good luck


Atlanta, GA (MM-DD-YYYY)
I-130 (IR-1) TIMELINE [MUMBAI CONSULATE]
07-02-2020 - I-130 SENT
06-01-2021 - APPROVED

NVC
06-06-2021 - Recevied NVC case no. - case entered into nvc's system

06-08-2021 - AOS fee
06-08-2021 - IV fee
07-05-2021 - IV & AOS documents submitted online

07-19-2021 - received message from NVC about case can not be processed unless all civil documents are submitted (was missing police clearance)

08-12-2021 - submitted police clearance certificate - which was last document submitted to NVC

11-05-2021 - Case completed at NVC - DQ

03-31-2022 - Interview letter received

04-28-2022 - Interview date at mumbai embassy

 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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We submitted our I-130 just a couple weeks after we got married (because I want him with me ASAP!), and I had only been in Turkey with him a month at that point. So most of our bona fides were photographs from those few weeks, from our wedding, and call records. We had sent each other a few silly love poems, his in Turkish and mine in English, so we printed those out as evidence as well. We never translated the Turkish poems or the Facebook wall posts or messages in Turkish. Will this generate an RFE, or will they just ignore it and look at our awesome touristy pictures of us in Istanbul?

Will it generate an RFE? No, not directly, this evidence will simply be ignored... assuming you have enough other evidence to approve the case then all should be OK.. if not then an RFE is possible


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Croatia
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The only thing we sent to the USCIS as a proof of our relationship is 5 photos of us together, us with my family and us with his son... they didn't ask for anything else.

Good luck


Oct 2008 - met in Tacoma, Wa

Jan 2009 - engaged

Nov 03, 2009 - got married in Croatia

Jan 2010 - I-130 filed

Jan 2010 - pregnant (expecting our first baby in Sep)

Jan 2010 - NOA1 received

Apr 2010 - NOA2 received - APPROVED

Apr 2010 - got NVC case number

Apr 2010 - DS3032 sent and accepted

May 2010 - AOS & IV Bills received

May 2010 - AOS & IV Bill paid

Jun 2010 - all documents sent to NVC

Jun 16, 2010 - NVC received all of our documents (according to the AVR)

Jun 28, 2010 - NVC sent us a RFE

Jun 30, 2010 - received the checklist from the NVC via email

Jul 01, 2010 - sent the corrected I-864 form back to NVC

Jul 12, 2010 - NVC has received the checklist letter response

Jul 21, 2010 - got SIF, case expedited cause of pregnancy, all the paperwork sent to the US embassy in Zagreb

Jul 26, 2010 - medical

Jul 27, 2010 - interview - APPROVED!

Aug 06, 2010 - POE - Seattle

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"I tell you good night with tears in my eyes,I wish I was there curled up by your side. Time passes, but not fast enough. I try to be strong, but I'm not that tough. When I feel your embrace it will be alright, but my heart aches for you on this lonely night."

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