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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Greetings Everyone!

Yesterday we just received our NOA1 and we were soooo happy. At least we are assured that they received our papers. But we were surprised when it says Vermont when we actually filed it to Texas Service Center. I am in Florida and it is under the jurisdiction of Texas. Why did we receive NOA1 from VT? Please tell me it is alright. Can anybody please explain this? I would like to believe this is normal and there's nothing to worry about.

We will appreciate any feedback. Thanks so much in advance for those who will reply.


Luke 1:37 - "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."

AOS Journey

  • 02.25.2012 - AOS, EAD, AP sent
  • 02.29.2012 - received text/email receipt notices
  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
  • 04.19.2012 - biometrics appointment
  • 05.02.2012 - EAD & AP approved
  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

K1 Journey

  • 05.2000 - met in class - Orlando, FL
  • 05.2011 - K1 filed
  • 11.2011 - K1 visa received
  • 01.2012 - POE/Wedding

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Texas is just a receiveing center...They usually get sent ither to Vermont or California..and Vermonet is ur center.no worries.. :thumbs:


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K1 Process

11/04/2010 | NOA1 Received

11/15/2010 | Touched

02/24/2011 | Flyiin to be with my love

03/05/2011 | Back to waiting,back to US .lol

04/04/2011 | 150th Day Mark.arghh

04/25/2011 | NOA2..yayyy

NVC

05/03/2011 | NVC Received SDO# ASSIGNED

05/05/2011 | Case En route to Santo Domingo

05/07/2011 | Received NVC letter date 5/3/2011

05/11/2011 | Santo Domingo Received Case

05/17/2011 | Interview scheduled

06/01/2011 | Pkt.4 Received

07/06/2011 | Medical Done

07/17/2011 | Leaving to DR

07/19/2011 | INTERVIEW AT 6:45AM APPROVED

08/03/2011 | VISA Printed

08/08/2011 | Visa Received

08/09/2011 | POE @ JFK

09/23/2011 | MARRIED

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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EVERYONE sends their papers to Dallas. It is a sorting center.

After Dallas they are sent to either VSC or CSC.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Czech Republic
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Let me see if I understand this correctly...

The application gets mailed to Texas

and the SC address on the typed pages (Table of Contents, Letter of Intent etc) should be the mailing address of the VSC or CSC (whichever one it will go to eventually)?

Or should the SC address on the typed pages be the Texas address?

Edited by ventoux

2005 - We first met

2011-06-08: I-129F Sent

2011-06-14: NOA1

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Thank you so much! much appreciated!

Texas is just a receiveing center...They usually get sent ither to Vermont or California..and Vermonet is ur center.no worries.. :thumbs:


Luke 1:37 - "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."

AOS Journey

  • 02.25.2012 - AOS, EAD, AP sent
  • 02.29.2012 - received text/email receipt notices
  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
  • 04.19.2012 - biometrics appointment
  • 05.02.2012 - EAD & AP approved
  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

K1 Journey

  • 05.2000 - met in class - Orlando, FL
  • 05.2011 - K1 filed
  • 11.2011 - K1 visa received
  • 01.2012 - POE/Wedding

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Thanks alot for the reply. We appreciate it.

Texas is just a receiveing center...They usually get sent ither to Vermont or California..and Vermonet is ur center.no worries.. :thumbs:


Luke 1:37 - "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."

AOS Journey

  • 02.25.2012 - AOS, EAD, AP sent
  • 02.29.2012 - received text/email receipt notices
  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
  • 04.19.2012 - biometrics appointment
  • 05.02.2012 - EAD & AP approved
  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

K1 Journey

  • 05.2000 - met in class - Orlando, FL
  • 05.2011 - K1 filed
  • 11.2011 - K1 visa received
  • 01.2012 - POE/Wedding

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Thanks a lot for the reply! It's appreciated!

EVERYONE sends their papers to Dallas. It is a sorting center.

After Dallas they are sent to either VSC or CSC.


Luke 1:37 - "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."

AOS Journey

  • 02.25.2012 - AOS, EAD, AP sent
  • 02.29.2012 - received text/email receipt notices
  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
  • 04.19.2012 - biometrics appointment
  • 05.02.2012 - EAD & AP approved
  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

K1 Journey

  • 05.2000 - met in class - Orlando, FL
  • 05.2011 - K1 filed
  • 11.2011 - K1 visa received
  • 01.2012 - POE/Wedding

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Thanks a lot for the reply! yup, all we can do for now is wait...

no worry about that, :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

good luck and be ready for waiting waiting time... it test your patience...


Luke 1:37 - "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."

AOS Journey

  • 02.25.2012 - AOS, EAD, AP sent
  • 02.29.2012 - received text/email receipt notices
  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
  • 04.19.2012 - biometrics appointment
  • 05.02.2012 - EAD & AP approved
  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

K1 Journey

  • 05.2000 - met in class - Orlando, FL
  • 05.2011 - K1 filed
  • 11.2011 - K1 visa received
  • 01.2012 - POE/Wedding

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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well, as far as we are concerned, all the mails are addressed to Texas. Hope it's not an issue. Let's wait and see...

Let me see if I understand this correctly...

The application gets mailed to Texas

and the SC address on the typed pages (Table of Contents, Letter of Intent etc) should be the mailing address of the VSC or CSC (whichever one it will go to eventually)?

Or should the SC address on the typed pages be the Texas address?


Luke 1:37 - "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."

AOS Journey

  • 02.25.2012 - AOS, EAD, AP sent
  • 02.29.2012 - received text/email receipt notices
  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
  • 04.19.2012 - biometrics appointment
  • 05.02.2012 - EAD & AP approved
  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

K1 Journey

  • 05.2000 - met in class - Orlando, FL
  • 05.2011 - K1 filed
  • 11.2011 - K1 visa received
  • 01.2012 - POE/Wedding

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Greetings Everyone!

Yesterday we just received our NOA1 and we were soooo happy. At least we are assured that they received our papers. But we were surprised when it says Vermont when we actually filed it to Texas Service Center. I am in Florida and it is under the jurisdiction of Texas. Why did we receive NOA1 from VT? Please tell me it is alright. Can anybody please explain this? I would like to believe this is normal and there's nothing to worry about.

We will appreciate any feedback. Thanks so much in advance for those who will reply.

Where in Florida, im in Orlando???


My Proposal to kristine!!! :)

I-129F Sent : 2011-01-20

I-129F NOA1 : 2011-01-25

I-129F RFE(s): NONE!!!

I-129F NOA2 : 2011-06-02

Interview Date : 2011-09-01

Interview Result : Approved

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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So can anyone say if the USCIS address on the header of documents should be the lockbox Texas address or the regional address (VSC, CSC)?

much ado about nothing... the address as it is not important to the process... it is simply written communication etiquette


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