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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Hi, I am new at this. what are the steps to apply green card for my mother. the uscis web said use form I-485, but I see all of you have I130? kind of confused.

the timeline below are for my wife

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I-130 Timeline:

Feb 02/04 - NOA1 received from VSC.

Sep 16/04 - NOA2 received in mail from VSC

NVC Timeline:

Nov 08/04 - NVC case number assigned

Nov 25/04 - Recieved the bill for I-864 and a copy of DS3032

Nov 29/04 - sent Money order of $65 for I-864 to St. Louis

Dec 03/04 - sent signed DS3032 to NVC

Dec 14/04 - NVC entered DS3032 to computer

Dec 28/04 - sent Money order for IV fee bill of $335 to St. Louis

Jan 05/05 - received I864 form

Jan 07/05 - mailed back I864 form. cross my fingers, hopefully nothing went wrong

Jan 10/05 - usps indicates I-864 has been delivered.

Jan 13/05 - NVC received I-864, it is under review now.

Jan 18/05 - still waiting for IV fee bill to be updated by NVC

Jan 19/05 - System finally received IV fee bill

Jan 24/05 - DS230 has been generated

Jan 28/05 - DS230 received

Feb 1/05 - mailed Ds230 to Wife

Fed 15/05 - DS230 sent to NVC

Mar 7/05 - NVC completes the case

Mar 18/05 - Case sent to embassy

Mar 28/05 - Case entered into embassy system

June 30/05 - Interview date

July 12/05 - Wife entered US

I-129F Timeline:

March 3/04 - NOA1 received from Chicago.

Sep 7/04 -transfered to New Hamphire

Nov/04 ... still waiting And decide to give up any hopes on it

Mar 23/05 - K3 approval

Apr 4/05 - NVC recieved K3

Apr 8/05 - K3 sent to GuangZhou Embassy

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you have to submitt the I-130 form first

heres the requirements

copy of your naturalization cert or us passport

copy of your birth cert

copy of your mom or dad birth cert

copy of your mom or dad marriage cert

fee $420

if I miss something I'm sure somebody will add

and also go to uscis website and look at the I-130 form there is an instruction there also it might help you :)

good luck


Parents Journey

06/02/11 - I-130 sent

06/10/11 - check cashed

06/13/11 - NOA1 recieved(priority date 6/06/11)

09/22/11 -PETITION APPROVED(TNX GOD)

----------NVC-------------

10/18/11 -Case number assigned both Parents

10/19/11-Got IIN and emailed DS-3032

10/20/11-Pay AOS and IV

10/22/11 -AOS&IV Showed PAID

11/04/11 -Send I-864 and DS-230

11/10/11 -Recieved email from nvc case complete and got parents interview date-DEC 28,2011

11/21/11 -St lukes medical

11/22/11 -Dad medical complete(pass)

-Mom medical complete(pass) THANK YOU GOD

12/28/11 -INTERVIEW

01/05/12 -Visa recieved

03/02/12 -Mom and Dad arrival detroit michigan(EXCITED)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

Thanks alot,

The USCIS also said that I can file 130 and 485 at the same time if my parents are in the US right now. is it true?

you have to submitt the I-130 form first

heres the requirements

copy of your naturalization cert or us passport

copy of your birth cert

copy of your mom or dad birth cert

copy of your mom or dad marriage cert

fee $420

if I miss something I'm sure somebody will add

and also go to uscis website and look at the I-130 form there is an instruction there also it might help you :)

good luck


I-130 Timeline:

Feb 02/04 - NOA1 received from VSC.

Sep 16/04 - NOA2 received in mail from VSC

NVC Timeline:

Nov 08/04 - NVC case number assigned

Nov 25/04 - Recieved the bill for I-864 and a copy of DS3032

Nov 29/04 - sent Money order of $65 for I-864 to St. Louis

Dec 03/04 - sent signed DS3032 to NVC

Dec 14/04 - NVC entered DS3032 to computer

Dec 28/04 - sent Money order for IV fee bill of $335 to St. Louis

Jan 05/05 - received I864 form

Jan 07/05 - mailed back I864 form. cross my fingers, hopefully nothing went wrong

Jan 10/05 - usps indicates I-864 has been delivered.

Jan 13/05 - NVC received I-864, it is under review now.

Jan 18/05 - still waiting for IV fee bill to be updated by NVC

Jan 19/05 - System finally received IV fee bill

Jan 24/05 - DS230 has been generated

Jan 28/05 - DS230 received

Feb 1/05 - mailed Ds230 to Wife

Fed 15/05 - DS230 sent to NVC

Mar 7/05 - NVC completes the case

Mar 18/05 - Case sent to embassy

Mar 28/05 - Case entered into embassy system

June 30/05 - Interview date

July 12/05 - Wife entered US

I-129F Timeline:

March 3/04 - NOA1 received from Chicago.

Sep 7/04 -transfered to New Hamphire

Nov/04 ... still waiting And decide to give up any hopes on it

Mar 23/05 - K3 approval

Apr 4/05 - NVC recieved K3

Apr 8/05 - K3 sent to GuangZhou Embassy

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Thanks alot,

The USCIS also said that I can file 130 and 485 at the same time if my parents are in the US right now. is it true?

thats what i read also,but i cant give you anymore details..sorry


Parents Journey

06/02/11 - I-130 sent

06/10/11 - check cashed

06/13/11 - NOA1 recieved(priority date 6/06/11)

09/22/11 -PETITION APPROVED(TNX GOD)

----------NVC-------------

10/18/11 -Case number assigned both Parents

10/19/11-Got IIN and emailed DS-3032

10/20/11-Pay AOS and IV

10/22/11 -AOS&IV Showed PAID

11/04/11 -Send I-864 and DS-230

11/10/11 -Recieved email from nvc case complete and got parents interview date-DEC 28,2011

11/21/11 -St lukes medical

11/22/11 -Dad medical complete(pass)

-Mom medical complete(pass) THANK YOU GOD

12/28/11 -INTERVIEW

01/05/12 -Visa recieved

03/02/12 -Mom and Dad arrival detroit michigan(EXCITED)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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hi - can fill out yer timeline over at http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=4942 ??


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Your parents are already in the US? How? With what visa? Since when? Don't they have to return to take care of things at home?

You'll need to give us more information about the particular situation; there are multiple issues involved here and you nobody will take a guess and write a long essay about possible solutions of possible situations that could or could not exist. Give us a brief rundown, the info that's needed to give you a proper answer.


There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism. When I refer to hyphenated Americans, I do not refer to naturalized Americans. Some of the very best Americans I have ever known were naturalized Americans, Americans born abroad. But a hyphenated American is not an American at all . . . . The one absolutely certain way of bringing this nation to ruin, of preventing all possibility of its continuing to be a nation at all, would be to permit it to become a tangle of squabbling nationalities, an intricate knot of German-Americans, Irish-Americans, English-Americans, French-Americans, Scandinavian-Americans or Italian-Americans, each preserving its separate nationality, each at heart feeling more sympathy with Europeans of that nationality, than with the other citizens of the American Republic . . . . There is no such thing as a hyphenated American who is a good American. The only man who is a good American is the man who is an American and nothing else.

President Teddy Roosevelt on Columbus Day 1915

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