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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Malaysia
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Everyone!!!

My U.S fiance just called to say that he received a letter (hard copy) from NVC stating that they have just received our I-129F petition and that they'll be forwarding it to the Malaysian embassy within the week. The THING is, we haven't received any form of NOA2 and USCIS not unsurprisingly, hasn't updated itself (it still says that the last time our petition was touched was 01/25/11.

What does this meaaaaaaaan?! Are we approved? I hope it means that!

I'm seriously giddy with excitement/fear/confusion/everything!!!


02/02/05 - Met online

12/25/08 - Engaged!

12/21/10 - USC fiance discharged from Military

01/18/11 - I-129F Sent

01/25/11 - NOA1

01/29/11 - Touched

06/08/11 - NOA2

06/17/11 - NVC case number received

06/24/11 - Petition mailed to Malaysian consulate

06/29/11 - Petition received by Malaysian consulate and mailed to beneficiary

07/04/11 - Packet 3 received!

07/22/11 - Packet 3 mailed back to US embassy

08/05/11 - Packet 4 received

08/23/11 - Medical

09/08/11 - Interview! Result : APPROVED!

09/12/11 - Visa in hand

09/14/11 - POE DFW

11/18/11 - Marriage!!

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

My U.S fiance just called to say that he received a letter (hard copy) from NVC stating that they have just received our I-129F petition and that they'll be forwarding it to the Malaysian embassy within the week. The THING is, we haven't received any form of NOA2 and USCIS not unsurprisingly, hasn't updated itself (it still says that the last time our petition was touched was 01/25/11.

What does this meaaaaaaaan?! Are we approved? I hope it means that!

I'm seriously giddy with excitement/fear/confusion/everything!!!

Hello i think that you are already approved if NVC sent the hard copy stating that the petition papers will be sent to US Embassy in Malaysia.. But then one for thing to be sure, check the USCIS Website and see if your status there has been approved..... Once u see there its approved then he should call the USCIS and inform them that you dont have the NOA2 yet but received the NVC. also Your fiance can check out their Postal Office...

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Everyone!!!

My U.S fiance just called to say that he received a letter (hard copy) from NVC stating that they have just received our I-129F petition and that they'll be forwarding it to the Malaysian embassy within the week. The THING is, we haven't received any form of NOA2 and USCIS not unsurprisingly, hasn't updated itself (it still says that the last time our petition was touched was 01/25/11.

What does this meaaaaaaaan?! Are we approved? I hope it means that!

I'm seriously giddy with excitement/fear/confusion/everything!!!

Yes, it means your petition has been approved. The website doesn't always update properly. If the US Citizen doesn't receive the NOA2 hard copy in the mail soon, they need to call USCIS about it. That hard copy is needed when filing to adjust status after marriage in the USA.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Malaysia
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@Psalm139, @pushbrk THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR CLEARING THIS UP!!

I'm sooooooooooooooooo happy!!!


02/02/05 - Met online

12/25/08 - Engaged!

12/21/10 - USC fiance discharged from Military

01/18/11 - I-129F Sent

01/25/11 - NOA1

01/29/11 - Touched

06/08/11 - NOA2

06/17/11 - NVC case number received

06/24/11 - Petition mailed to Malaysian consulate

06/29/11 - Petition received by Malaysian consulate and mailed to beneficiary

07/04/11 - Packet 3 received!

07/22/11 - Packet 3 mailed back to US embassy

08/05/11 - Packet 4 received

08/23/11 - Medical

09/08/11 - Interview! Result : APPROVED!

09/12/11 - Visa in hand

09/14/11 - POE DFW

11/18/11 - Marriage!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Congrats! It means you have been approved! :thumbs: :thumbs:

Best wishes to you both for the rest of your journey :dance:


10-24-2012: AOS, EAD, AP Sent

11-04-2012: NOA1 AOS, EAD, AP

11-06-2012: Biometrics App Letter

11-16-2012: My baby boy was born

11-19-2012: Biometrics Appointment

12-29-2012: AP Approved

01-04-2013: EAD Approved

01-10-2013: Combo Card Arrived

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