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Ughhhh....my mistake i did not proofread everything on the application for I-129F all paperwork were sent back today stating that I forgot Part B Marital Statues if he is single, married or divorce just one mistake. I just have to resubmit the whole package and mail it tomorrow again. Everything was checked :o and noted except for one the number one application made one mistake. Lesson learned to proofread before sending the whole package. My eyes was seeing double that day :) anyhow just have to be patient and re-send everything. :bonk:

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Sorry for the mistake and the slight delay

Good luck


USCIS
August 12, 2008 - petition sent
August 16, 2008 - NOA-1
February 10, 2009 - NOA-2
178 DAYS FROM NOA-1


NVC
February 13, 2009 - NVC case number assigned
March 12, 2009 - Case Complete
25 DAY TRIP THROUGH NVC


Medical
May 4, 2009


Interview
May, 26, 2009


POE - June 20, 2009 Toronto - Atlanta, GA

Removal of Conditions
Filed - April 14, 2011
Biometrics - June 2, 2011 (early)
Approval - November 9, 2011
209 DAY TRIP TO REMOVE CONDITIONS

Citizenship

April 29, 2013 - NOA1 for petition received

September 10, 2013 Interview - decision could not be made.

April 15, 2014 APPROVED. Wait for oath ceremony

Waited...

September 29, 2015 - sent letter to senator.

October 16, 2015 - US Citizen

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I triple checked our paperwork before I sent it in and kept finding a tiny typo here or there making me print the page out all over again. The day I sent it I noticed the cover page said I-129 Visa instead of I-129F Visa! :lol:

Ooops! :blush:

Guest what? There's no such thing as an I-129 or I-129F visa. Those are just forms. The visa is a K-1. :secret:

Don't worry about it. The cover letter is an organizational aid. They wouldn't care if you scribbled doodles or wrote poetry on it. What matters are the forms, the evidence, and the $$$CHECK$$$. :thumbs:


12/15/2009 - K1 Visa Interview - APPROVED!

12/29/2009 - Married in Oakland, CA!

08/18/2010 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

05/01/2013 - Removal of Conditions - APPROVED!

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Ooops! :blush:

Guest what? There's no such thing as an I-129 or I-129F visa. Those are just forms. The visa is a K-1. :secret:

Don't worry about it. The cover letter is an organizational aid. They wouldn't care if you scribbled doodles or wrote poetry on it. What matters are the forms, the evidence, and the $$$CHECK$$$. :thumbs:

:oops: I double checked and I said K-1 Visa (I-129F) but I did revise it before making a second copy for my fiancee :)

I was a bit crazy with mine and paranoid they would send an RFE so I included evidence of relationship (call/sms records), engagement ring receipt, I-134, and copies of her birth certificate and passport. The packet I sent had two folders, the required stuff and extra stuff :)

Once our visa is approved and she is here I'm going to post samples of what I submitted for others to use :)

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:oops: I double checked and I said K-1 Visa (I-129F) but I did revise it before making a second copy for my fiancee :)

I was a bit crazy with mine and paranoid they would send an RFE so I included evidence of relationship (call/sms records), engagement ring receipt, I-134, and copies of her birth certificate and passport. The packet I sent had two folders, the required stuff and extra stuff :)

Once our visa is approved and she is here I'm going to post samples of what I submitted for others to use :)

hey sudan bro . did u will have to come to egypt to have an interview ? ?

or the suitation changed >

hope for you best of luck


06-15-2008 : my fiancee first visit to me ( stayed 3 weeks ) .

06-23-2009 : my fiancee secound visit me in Egypt ( stayed 6 weeks ).

06-28-2009 : ENGAGED

10-29-2009 : I-129F Sent

01-27-2010 : my fiancee 3rd visit to Egypt ( stayed 6 weeks ) .

02-09-2010 : travel with my fiancee to turkey in a vacation (5 days)

05-25-2010 : my fiancee 4th visit to ( stayed 2 months ) .

06-03-2010 :Interview Date .

Interview Result : approved ( ya right ! )

07-01-2010 : we got a letter had my passport and over the visa stamp says ( canceled without prejudice )!!

06-29-2010 : case sent back to usa !!!

07-07-2010 : MARRIED

01-12-2011 : the letter state the k1 case is expired , and ther was no prob to file back for any kind of visa

04-25-2011 : my wife here now visiting me in egypt for 2 and half mounth yayyyyyyyyyyyy

05-18-2011 : travel with my wife to malaysia in a 1 week vaction

06-14-2011 : register our marraige papers in cairo

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We did that too ;-) I was like 'meh - I'm getting stuff together now anyway to show proof of ongoing relationship... i'll send it all now!"

:oops: I double checked and I said K-1 Visa (I-129F) but I did revise it before making a second copy for my fiancee :)

I was a bit crazy with mine and paranoid they would send an RFE so I included evidence of relationship (call/sms records), engagement ring receipt, I-134, and copies of her birth certificate and passport. The packet I sent had two folders, the required stuff and extra stuff :)

Once our visa is approved and she is here I'm going to post samples of what I submitted for others to use :)


K1 Journey
11/2006...... met for the first time on a night out in London!
11/25/07..... I moved to the UK to be with him :-)
02/27/09..... he proposed!
08/30/10..... sent I-129F
09/02/10..... NOA1
01/27/11..... NOA2 (147 DAYS from NOA1)
03/22/11..... INTERVIEW! (201 DAYS from NOA1) - APPROVED! --> Read the review here!
03/25/11..... visa received!!!
06/09/11..... POE LAX!! --> Read the review here!

AOS Journey
07/22/11.... SSN received
08/27/11.... our wonderful wedding!!
09/23/11.... sent AOS package
09/25/11.... AOS package delivered in Chicago (7:33 p.m.)
10/10/11.... AP rejection letter, refiled 10/17
10/11/11.... NOA1 received via text & email (AOS + EAD only)
10/15/11.... hard copies of NOA1 for AOS + EAD received (dated 10/7)
10/17/11.... refiled AP
10/18/11.... successful biometrics walk-in, Santa Ana, CA (appt for 11/1)
10/20/11.... NOA1 for AP
12/12/11.... call in to USCIS. Told to call back after 12/26.
12/23/11.... I-765 approved

02/1/12...... Interview
02/02/12.... Approved!
02/10/12.... Hubby's GC in hand!

ROC Journey

12/09/13.... sent I-751 to CSC

12/10/13.... package delivered / NOA1

12/12/13.... cheque cashed

01/06/14.... biometrics

04/18/14.... approval letter dated (received 4/22)

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hey sudan bro . did u will have to come to egypt to have an interview ? ?

or the suitation changed >

hope for you best of luck

We got lucky, they opened a new Embassy in Sudan last year and announced back in July that they'll do interviews for the K visas :) You can read the press release here.

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