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Filed: IR-5 Country: Philippines
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I know this probably been asked many times here on VJ but I would like to ask a favor for those who have experience and have successfully in petitioned their parents. What supporting documentations did you submit? I just want to have more input on this. Thank you.


I-130 Petition for Mother
August 19, 2010 - Mailed I-130 Petition for Mother
February 11, 2011 - Received email notification that I-130 was APPROVED and NOA2 was mailed 2/10/11 YAY!
April 11, 2011 - CASE COMPLETE!!!
April 25, 2011 - Medical Exam at St. Luke's - PASSED!!!!
May 3, 2011 - Interview - APPROVED!!!!
May 25, 2011 - POE Houston, Texas (Mom, welcome to U.S.A.)
I-130 Petition for Siblings
November 18, 2010 - Filed I-130 for two sisters

September 2014 - Received NOA-2 - Petition Approved

I-130 Mom's Petition for Unmarried Sons
June 24, 2011 - File I-130 for Unmarried Sons over 21
August 2014 - Received NOA2 - Petitions Approved

I-130 Petition for Father

July 2014 - Filed I-130 petition to Dad

September 2014 - NOA-2 - Approved

July 15, 2015 - POE Guam - Dad, welcome to U.S.A.

N-400 Naturalization of Mother

May 2016 - Sent application packet for Mom's naturalization

July 2016 - Biometrics

August 2016 - Interview - PASSED

September 2016 - Oath Ceremony - Mom is now a U.S. Citizen

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Filed: IR-5 Country: India
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I know this probably been asked many times here on VJ but I would like to ask a favor for those who have experience and have successfully in petitioned their parents. What supporting documentations did you submit? I just want to have more input on this. Thank you.

hopefully this would help.

 Two (2) Passport Size Photographs of Beneficiary (NVC Case Number, beneficiary’s full name, and date of birth are written on back of both)

 DS-230 Part 1 completed and signed by beneficiary

 DS-230 Part 2 completed by beneficiary – unsigned, as of yet, per instructions

 Photocopy of the Biographic Data Page(s) of Beneficiary’s Passport

 Original of ‘Non-Availability of Birth Certificate’ (with an attested translation provided) and a photocopy

 Affidavit of Birth Certificate from Beneficiary’s Mother and a photocopy

 Original Marriage Certificate and a photocopy

 Original ‘Passport Office Police Certificate’ for Beneficiary and a photocopy

 Original ‘Police Clearance Certificate’ for Beneficiary and a photocopy

 A photocopy of Petitioner’s ‘Marriage Certificate’ [Original attached to related Case: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]

 A photocopy of ‘Petitioner’s Birth Certificate’ and an affidavit from Petitioner’s father for mistake of Father’s Name in Petitioner Birth Certificate (with an attested translation provided) [Original attached to related Case: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]

Edited by Sumit

I-130 Timeline for brother-in-law (Mother-in-law applied it)

11/23/13- Received NOA1 (VSC)

8/13/2019- Touched (Needs a verification document)

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Filed: IR-5 Country: India
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Sumit,

Do we need to staple the pics to the form. How did you send it? Did you place the originals all together in one pile and copies in a different file while arranging it.

Thanks,

hopefully this would help.

 Two (2) Passport Size Photographs of Beneficiary (NVC Case Number, beneficiary’s full name, and date of birth are written on back of both)

 DS-230 Part 1 completed and signed by beneficiary

 DS-230 Part 2 completed by beneficiary – unsigned, as of yet, per instructions

 Photocopy of the Biographic Data Page(s) of Beneficiary’s Passport

 Original of ‘Non-Availability of Birth Certificate’ (with an attested translation provided) and a photocopy

 Affidavit of Birth Certificate from Beneficiary’s Mother and a photocopy

 Original Marriage Certificate and a photocopy

 Original ‘Passport Office Police Certificate’ for Beneficiary and a photocopy

 Original ‘Police Clearance Certificate’ for Beneficiary and a photocopy

 A photocopy of Petitioner’s ‘Marriage Certificate’ [Original attached to related Case: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]

 A photocopy of ‘Petitioner’s Birth Certificate’ and an affidavit from Petitioner’s father for mistake of Father’s Name in Petitioner Birth Certificate (with an attested translation provided) [Original attached to related Case: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]


07/19/10: I-130 mailed

USCIS

07/21/2010: Priority Date

07/29/2010: Check cashed

08/03/2010: NOA1 hard copy received

11/03/2010: Case transferred from CSC to TSC

2/7/2011: NOA2 approved

2/9/2011: NOA2 updated online

2/12/2011: NOA2 hardcopy received

NVC

2/15/2011 - NVC Case # assigned - e-mail ids given

2/16/2010- AOS Fee bill generated - AOS fee paid online - status - in process - e-mailed DS 3032

2/17/2011 - AOS Fee - Status - PAID

2/18/2011 - DS 3032 accepted

2/20/2011 - IV Bill generated - IV fee paid online - Status - In process

2/21/2011 - AOS package overnight mail sent

2/24/2011 - IV Bill - Status - PAID

3/02/2011 - IV Package Sent

3/03/2011 - IV Package delivered

3/08/2011 - AOS entered into the system - Also received a false RFE for IV package

3/23/2011 - RFE generated

3/25/2011 - SIF and CC

5/4 - 5/5 - Medical

5/6 - VFS Office Visit

5/24/2011 - Interview-passed

5/26/2011 - Passport and Sealed Envelope collected from VFS Office

6/18/2011 - POE - arrived safely

6/28/2011 - SSN received

7/16/2011 - Received Welcome letter

7/22/2011 - GC received

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Filed: Country: Pakistan
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I know this probably been asked many times here on VJ but I would like to ask a favor for those who have experience and have successfully in petitioned their parents. What supporting documentations did you submit? I just want to have more input on this. Thank you.

Every country has different documentation. The best way to determine what's needed for your country, go to the below link. It is the NVC website and gives a list of required docs. to send.

Here's the link:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/fees/fees_4881.html?cid=3650

Good luck!


CP for Mom in Pakistan:

11/3/2010: I-130 sent to Chicago Lockbox

11/5/2010 : Packet received at Lockbox

11/9/2010 : Acceptance email and text message received & case transfered to Vermont Service Center

11/13/2010: NOA1 received, now the wait begins....

11/16/2010: Case touched

01/04/2011: I130 Approved ! 57 days.

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Filed: Country: Pakistan
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Here's another link detailing the documents,

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_3195.html


CP for Mom in Pakistan:

11/3/2010: I-130 sent to Chicago Lockbox

11/5/2010 : Packet received at Lockbox

11/9/2010 : Acceptance email and text message received & case transfered to Vermont Service Center

11/13/2010: NOA1 received, now the wait begins....

11/16/2010: Case touched

01/04/2011: I130 Approved ! 57 days.

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Filed: Timeline

07/19/10: I-130 mailed

USCIS

07/21/2010: Priority Date

07/29/2010: Check cashed

08/03/2010: NOA1 hard copy received

11/03/2010: Case transferred from CSC to TSC

2/7/2011: NOA2 approved

2/9/2011: NOA2 updated online

2/12/2011: NOA2 hardcopy received

NVC

2/15/2011 - NVC Case # assigned - e-mail ids given

2/16/2010- AOS Fee bill generated - AOS fee paid online - status - in process - e-mailed DS 3032

2/17/2011 - AOS Fee - Status - PAID

2/18/2011 - DS 3032 accepted

2/20/2011 - IV Bill generated - IV fee paid online - Status - In process

2/21/2011 - AOS package overnight mail sent

2/24/2011 - IV Bill - Status - PAID

3/02/2011 - IV Package Sent

3/03/2011 - IV Package delivered

3/08/2011 - AOS entered into the system - Also received a false RFE for IV package

3/23/2011 - RFE generated

3/25/2011 - SIF and CC

Hi my in-laws have the same CC date as you. But I haven't heard anything about the interview yet. Did you? Their consulate is Colombo, Sri Lanka though. what is you consulate?

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Filed: IR-5 Country: India
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Hi my in-laws have the same CC date as you. But I haven't heard anything about the interview yet. Did you? Their consulate is Colombo, Sri Lanka though. what is you consulate?

No, I haven't heard anything yet. My consulate is India


07/19/10: I-130 mailed

USCIS

07/21/2010: Priority Date

07/29/2010: Check cashed

08/03/2010: NOA1 hard copy received

11/03/2010: Case transferred from CSC to TSC

2/7/2011: NOA2 approved

2/9/2011: NOA2 updated online

2/12/2011: NOA2 hardcopy received

NVC

2/15/2011 - NVC Case # assigned - e-mail ids given

2/16/2010- AOS Fee bill generated - AOS fee paid online - status - in process - e-mailed DS 3032

2/17/2011 - AOS Fee - Status - PAID

2/18/2011 - DS 3032 accepted

2/20/2011 - IV Bill generated - IV fee paid online - Status - In process

2/21/2011 - AOS package overnight mail sent

2/24/2011 - IV Bill - Status - PAID

3/02/2011 - IV Package Sent

3/03/2011 - IV Package delivered

3/08/2011 - AOS entered into the system - Also received a false RFE for IV package

3/23/2011 - RFE generated

3/25/2011 - SIF and CC

5/4 - 5/5 - Medical

5/6 - VFS Office Visit

5/24/2011 - Interview-passed

5/26/2011 - Passport and Sealed Envelope collected from VFS Office

6/18/2011 - POE - arrived safely

6/28/2011 - SSN received

7/16/2011 - Received Welcome letter

7/22/2011 - GC received

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Thanks guys,

By calling DOS, I was able to find out that my in-laws have their interview set at Colombo embassy on May 5th.

It looks like DOS is ready with the interview dates, but it hasn't reach the NVC yet. So if you are like me and anxious to find out, you may want to call DOS.

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