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Hi all, I have a question. I'm currently staying with my fiance in London, and we got our NOA2 email last week, and my roommate back in NY (whom I trust and has been watching the mail for us) said the hardcopy arrived yesterday. She's going to send it to me here in London since I plan to be here through his interview. Should I instead ask her to scan it and email me that, and hold off on sending? I've read through the guides again and from what I understand, I won't be sent anything else; I just need to get the I-134 (which I think I have to get from the embassy here) and get to working on that. I know he needs a copy of the NOA2 for his interview, so should I go ahead and have her send?

Thanks so much.


K-1:
April 21, 2010: I-129F Sent (from London to VSC)
April 27, 2010: NOA1, check cashed
July 9, 2010: NOA2 (hardcopy)
July 12, 2010: NVC sent petition to embassy in London
October 7, 2010: Packet 3 logged at embassy
November 3, 2010: Interview: APPROVED!
December 7, 2010: POE: JFK
December 10, 2010: Wedding

AOS:
April 27, 2011: Sent I-485, I-864, EAD and AP to Chicago
May 5, 2011: Received text notifications, check cashed
May 9, 2011: NOA hardcopy via mail
May 14, 2011: RFE (for incorrectly filling out I-693)
June 3, 2011: Biometrics
June 17, 2011: RFE response delivered
June 21, 2011: Case under RFE review
June 23, 2011: Transferred to CSC!
June 29, 2011: EAD and AP approved!
July 9, 2011: EAD/AP card arrived via mail
January 4, 2012: RFE
January 28, 2012: RFE response delivered
January 30, 2012: Case under RFE review
February 8, 2012: Green card in production!
February 14, 2012: Green card received in mail

ROC:

December 4, 2013: Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center

December 9, 2013: NOA1

January 13, 2014: Biometrics

May 15, 2014: Green card in production!

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Hi all, I have a question. I'm currently staying with my fiance in London, and we got our NOA2 email last week, and my roommate back in NY (whom I trust and has been watching the mail for us) said the hardcopy arrived yesterday. She's going to send it to me here in London since I plan to be here through his interview. Should I instead ask her to scan it and email me that, and hold off on sending? I've read through the guides again and from what I understand, I won't be sent anything else; I just need to get the I-134 (which I think I have to get from the embassy here) and get to working on that. I know he needs a copy of the NOA2 for his interview, so should I go ahead and have her send?

Thanks so much.

I-134 is available on the internet (USCIS website or you can follow the download link from this site)... no need to get from the consulate...


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I-134 is available on the internet (USCIS website or you can follow the download link from this site)... no need to get from the consulate...

Oh, thank you, that's great!


K-1:
April 21, 2010: I-129F Sent (from London to VSC)
April 27, 2010: NOA1, check cashed
July 9, 2010: NOA2 (hardcopy)
July 12, 2010: NVC sent petition to embassy in London
October 7, 2010: Packet 3 logged at embassy
November 3, 2010: Interview: APPROVED!
December 7, 2010: POE: JFK
December 10, 2010: Wedding

AOS:
April 27, 2011: Sent I-485, I-864, EAD and AP to Chicago
May 5, 2011: Received text notifications, check cashed
May 9, 2011: NOA hardcopy via mail
May 14, 2011: RFE (for incorrectly filling out I-693)
June 3, 2011: Biometrics
June 17, 2011: RFE response delivered
June 21, 2011: Case under RFE review
June 23, 2011: Transferred to CSC!
June 29, 2011: EAD and AP approved!
July 9, 2011: EAD/AP card arrived via mail
January 4, 2012: RFE
January 28, 2012: RFE response delivered
January 30, 2012: Case under RFE review
February 8, 2012: Green card in production!
February 14, 2012: Green card received in mail

ROC:

December 4, 2013: Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center

December 9, 2013: NOA1

January 13, 2014: Biometrics

May 15, 2014: Green card in production!

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Hi all, I have a question. I'm currently staying with my fiance in London, and we got our NOA2 email last week, and my roommate back in NY (whom I trust and has been watching the mail for us) said the hardcopy arrived yesterday. She's going to send it to me here in London since I plan to be here through his interview. Should I instead ask her to scan it and email me that, and hold off on sending? I've read through the guides again and from what I understand, I won't be sent anything else; I just need to get the I-134 (which I think I have to get from the embassy here) and get to working on that. I know he needs a copy of the NOA2 for his interview, so should I go ahead and have her send?

Thanks so much.

Yes, go ahead and have the original sent. You'll also get information from the National Visa Center when it has been cleared to send to the consulate.

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Yes, go ahead and have the original sent. You'll also get information from the National Visa Center when it has been cleared to send to the consulate.

Thanks so much, I really appreciate it.

I wonder what's the fastest and most trusted way to send a document from NY to London? FedEx might be worth the money.


K-1:
April 21, 2010: I-129F Sent (from London to VSC)
April 27, 2010: NOA1, check cashed
July 9, 2010: NOA2 (hardcopy)
July 12, 2010: NVC sent petition to embassy in London
October 7, 2010: Packet 3 logged at embassy
November 3, 2010: Interview: APPROVED!
December 7, 2010: POE: JFK
December 10, 2010: Wedding

AOS:
April 27, 2011: Sent I-485, I-864, EAD and AP to Chicago
May 5, 2011: Received text notifications, check cashed
May 9, 2011: NOA hardcopy via mail
May 14, 2011: RFE (for incorrectly filling out I-693)
June 3, 2011: Biometrics
June 17, 2011: RFE response delivered
June 21, 2011: Case under RFE review
June 23, 2011: Transferred to CSC!
June 29, 2011: EAD and AP approved!
July 9, 2011: EAD/AP card arrived via mail
January 4, 2012: RFE
January 28, 2012: RFE response delivered
January 30, 2012: Case under RFE review
February 8, 2012: Green card in production!
February 14, 2012: Green card received in mail

ROC:

December 4, 2013: Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center

December 9, 2013: NOA1

January 13, 2014: Biometrics

May 15, 2014: Green card in production!

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