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Hello everyone :)

I've searched the topics for some answers to my some of my questions, which helped me out greatly. Now I just have one question remaining. I'm in Chicago, so where should I send the Letter of Intent along with the package, to which USCIS address?

In the Letter of Intent, should I include the following above the USCIS address?

United States Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Thank you in advance :)

Ryan


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-129finstr.pdf

I believe the addresses are on page 5.

http://www.visajourney.com/content/examples

I used the example from here and just wrote the address that I used to mail my form on the letter.

Good luck!!!


12-27-2010: I-129F arrived at USCIS sent packet on 12/23

12-29-2010: Notice date on NOA1

12-31-2010: Check cleared

01-02-2011: NOA1 received via SMS & E-Mail

01-06-2011: NOA1 hardcopy received via USPS[/color]

2-17-2011:Touched

04/12/2011:NOA2!!!!!

4-18-11: Received by NVC

4-20-11: Left NVC

4-24-11: Received by the consulate in Abu Dhabi

4-27-11:Received both packet 3 & 4 via e-mail from Abu Dhabi

7-25-11:Interview date-Administrative Processing

8-3-11:Administrative Processing ended - APPROVED!!!!!! :D

8-25-11:POE-SFO

9-10-11:Married!!!

9-26-11:Sent AOS Packet

10-6-11:Received NOA1s via text and E-mail

10-9-11:NOA1 hardcopies received, along with biometrics appointment letter

10-25-11:Biometrics Appointment

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Hello everyone :)

I've searched the topics for some answers to my some of my questions, which helped me out greatly. Now I just have one question remaining. I'm in Chicago, so where should I send the Letter of Intent along with the package, to which USCIS address?

In the Letter of Intent, should I include the following above the USCIS address?

United States Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Thank you in advance :)

Ryan

I used the following format:

United States Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

[address of your assigned service center]

Date

[body of letter]

I'm not sure how much the addressee info matters as long as the content they requested is included with signatures.

Good luck!!!


[08-06-10] - Mailed petition to California Service Center

[08-09-10] - Packet received and signed for at service center

[08-16-10] - Check cashed in Lewisville, Texas

[08-19-10] - Received NOA1 by mail (notice date August 13th)

[01-05-11] - Received email notification of NOA2 approval

[01-10-11] - NOA2 Hardcopy received - (Approval date January 4th)

[01-10-11} - NVC Case# Received

[01-13-11] - Case left NVC for the Embassy

[02-08-11] - Scanned and emailed DS-230 to Embassy; no Packet 3 received

[02-16-11] - Packet 4 mailed to fiance'

[03-18-11] - Interview date

[03-18-11] - Case Pending AP

[05-04-11] - Petition expired (no extension granted by embassy in JA)

[05-17-11] - Petition returned to USCIS

[08-01-11] - 2nd I-129 petition filed

[08-10-11] - NOA1 notice received

[01-17-12] - RFE (IMBRA limitations on #of petitions)

[01-19-12] - Sent request for IMBRA -I-129F waiver

[01-31-12] - NOA2 approved

[02-27-12] - Packet 3 Received (DS-230 Scanned and emailed)

[03-05-12] - Packet 4 Received w/interview date

[03-23-12] - Interview in JA - Approved!!! [/font]

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I use the format that was given on EXAMPLE FORM HERE, just change the address of USCIS Service Center, with our own address and names of course.


*K1 JOURNEY

2010-07-16****K1 Petition Sent Out

2010-08-08****NOA1 Hardcopy

2011-05-20****POE LAX

2011-06-20****Wedding

AOS:

2011-08-18****AOS Package Sent.

2011-09-29****Biometric Appt. Dover, Delaware

2011-10-18****RFE reply

2011-12-13****GC in hand

AP:

2011-10-31****File AP

2011-11-08****NOA1

2011-11-14****AP Approved

ROC:

2013-10-22***Package Sent

2013-11-03***Check Cashed

2013-11-05***NOA1
2013-11-25***Biometrics

2014-02-06***GC in hand dancin5hr.gif

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Thank you all :)


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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Just getting started myself!

Quick question - I saw the examples here and plan on just using them as I have read you don't need to reinvent the wheel by writing your own. However, can you use the same letter for both people or should your financee's be different? (of course changing the basic information) Or are they looking for something in particular here?

Thank you for your help and glad to join the party :yes:

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On the sample Letter of Intent, it displays this:

(petitioner’s / beneficiary’s address)

Do I need to include both, my address and her's?


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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......Or am I supposed to use my own address and she uses hers on her own letter?


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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I think you are correct here: Her address for hers and your address for yours. Someone may want to confirm though.

You both are correct.

For yours use your address and for hers, use her address.

Reason it says petitioner/beneficiary is because it is interchangable. Either can use the exact same letter, just change out the names and home address.

That's what I did with mine.

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You both are correct.

For yours use your address and for hers, use her address.

Reason it says petitioner/beneficiary is because it is interchangable. Either can use the exact same letter, just change out the names and home address.

That's what I did with mine.

Thank you! I will just the use the same for both then! Do I have to mention anywhere in mine that I will take full financial responsibility of her? Or does the simple sentence saying we'll marry in 90 days of her coming, suffice for this particular part?

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Thank you! I will just the use the same for both then! Do I have to mention anywhere in mine that I will take full financial responsibility of her? Or does the simple sentence saying we'll marry in 90 days of her coming, suffice for this particular part?

No you don't need to add that in for initial filing as that simple sentence does suffice. But if you want to add the other sentence, it will not hurt at all.

When it comes time to do an updated letter of intent for her interview, I know I will be adding that in just to show them I am serious. Doubt that it is needed, but regardless, I'll be doing it.

The I-134 that you need to have her bring to her interview pretty much says that you are taking financial responsibility for her anyway.

Either way, it doesn't hurt to cover all your bases and provide more, especially in this process.

Edited by Blob18

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No you don't need to add that in for initial filing as that simple sentence does suffice. But if you want to add the other sentence, it will not hurt at all.

When it comes time to do an updated letter of intent for her interview, I know I will be adding that in just to show them I am serious. Doubt that it is needed, but regardless, I'll be doing it.

The I-134 that you need to have her bring to her interview pretty much says that you are taking financial responsibility for her anyway.

Either way, it doesn't hurt to cover all your bases and provide more, especially in this process.

Cheers! I'll be sending my package soon so may have to post a few more questions along the way :)

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Hi, I'm sorry for this very basic question, but in the sample Letter of Intent, it samples this at the bottom of the letter:

Yours truly,

(signature)

( print name)

Where it says "print name," do I need to type out my name or actually print my name by hand with a pen?


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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Hi, I'm sorry for this very basic question, but in the sample Letter of Intent, it samples this at the bottom of the letter:

Yours truly,

(signature)

( print name)

Where it says "print name," do I need to type out my name or actually print my name by hand with a pen?

Printed name with your computer. Just like the letter.

Edited by Utha

*K1 JOURNEY

2010-07-16****K1 Petition Sent Out

2010-08-08****NOA1 Hardcopy

2011-05-20****POE LAX

2011-06-20****Wedding

AOS:

2011-08-18****AOS Package Sent.

2011-09-29****Biometric Appt. Dover, Delaware

2011-10-18****RFE reply

2011-12-13****GC in hand

AP:

2011-10-31****File AP

2011-11-08****NOA1

2011-11-14****AP Approved

ROC:

2013-10-22***Package Sent

2013-11-03***Check Cashed

2013-11-05***NOA1
2013-11-25***Biometrics

2014-02-06***GC in hand dancin5hr.gif

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