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We got our RFE today, saying they need more evidence of meeting the last 2 years. in BALD letters they typped "copies of passport pages that show the identification page and admission stamps." Is that all they need then? i def know, that i did not send that, i only included the admission stamps.

do they need more? or is that enough? is it true, that we will be denied if we sent them the wrong information now? We sent the tickets already, but the online tickets are in german (well u can still read them because its only numbers and dates) and the boarding passes don´t include the YEAR (never realized that before)


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Without knowing all that you sent the first time, I would say comply exactly with the instructions. It looks like you are a K-1 filer. My only other suggestion is to make an infopass appointment with a field office if you are close to one and ask what else they suggest you provide. Good Luck.

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We got our RFE today, saying they need more evidence of meeting the last 2 years. in BALD letters they typped "copies of passport pages that show the identification page and admission stamps." Is that all they need then? i def know, that i did not send that, i only included the admission stamps.

do they need more? or is that enough? is it true, that we will be denied if we sent them the wrong information now? We sent the tickets already, but the online tickets are in german (well u can still read them because its only numbers and dates) and the boarding passes don´t include the YEAR (never realized that before)

Give them what they want!

This worries me, because we included all the pages with stamps on them, but my fiancee didnt copy her picture page... HOWEVER, she does have her foreign work visas with her name printed on them. Will we get an RFE?? I hope not! :(


K-1 Visa Journey
08/05/2011 I-129F sent
08/09/2011 I-129F recieved and signed for by C.Viella @ Lewisville, TX
08/11/2011 NOA1 email recieved
08/12/2011 Cheque cashed by USCIS
08/16/2011 NOA1 Hard Copy recieved
12/05/2011 NOA2 Email recieved: Approved
12/09/2011 NOA2 Hard Copy recieved: Approved
01/10/2012 Medical
01/24/2012 NVC received File
01/26/2012 NVC transferred to Embassy
02/06/2012 Embassy Received
02/08/2012 Packet 3 Received
02/16/2012 Packet 3 Sent back to Embassy
02/17/2012 Embassy Received
03/01/2012 Packet 4 Received
03/13/2012 Interview Date: APPROVED
04/05/2012 POE: Dublin, Ireland

Your I-129f was approved in 116 days from your NOA1 date.
Your interview took 215 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

04/25/2012 AOS sent
04/30/2012 AOS Received and signed for by CHYBA @ Chicago, IL
05/03/2012 Cheque cashed by USCIS
05/04/2012 Biometrics letter sent
05/29/2012 I-485 transferred to CSC
06/01/2012 Biometrics appointment
07/06/2012 EAD+AP Card Production (68 days)
07/14/2012 EAD+AP Card Received

04/18/2013 Filed for EAD+AP renewal
04/19/2013 Contacted Congressman
04/19/2013 RFE for form I-693
05/06/2013 RFE response under review
05/21/2013 AOS APPROVED!
05/25/2013 Green Card IN HAND!

Your AOS was approved in 392 days from your send-date.

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We got our RFE today, saying they need more evidence of meeting the last 2 years. in BALD letters they typped "copies of passport pages that show the identification page and admission stamps." Is that all they need then? i def know, that i did not send that, i only included the admission stamps.

do they need more? or is that enough? is it true, that we will be denied if we sent them the wrong information now? We sent the tickets already, but the online tickets are in german (well u can still read them because its only numbers and dates) and the boarding passes don´t include the YEAR (never realized that before)

I'm the beneficiary and I included a copy of all the pages of my passport in the I-129F package precisely because of this reason. It is not stated anywhere to do so but only when you send also the identification page they can match the page with the admission stamp to your passport and make sure it's really the beneficiary's passport. The identification page states the passport number that is also visible on every single blank page of the passport so this way they will know that it is truly the beneficiary who traveled and whose passport was stamped.

This is why I think they are asking, to make sure the copies of the admission stamp you sent to them was really from your passport, so this is what you send and you should be fine :)

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K1 Visa Timeline
01-12-2011 Sent out I-129F packet to Lewisville, TX, via Fedex
01-18-2011 NOA1
01-24-2011 NOA1 hard copy received in the mail [dated 01-18-2011]
05-12-2011 NOA2 (approved in 114 days)
05-18-2011 NVC received, new case number assigned
05-20-2011 NVC left
06-01-2011 Embassy received
06-06-2011 Packet 3 sent
06-10-2011 Packet 4 received
07-21-2011 Interview at 9:30am - APPROVED!!
07-29-2011 Visa in hand
10-02-2011 Wedding

AOS Timeline
10-04-2011 Sent out AOS, EAD and AP application via UPS Overnight to Chicago, IL
10-05-2011 AOS application delivered @ 9:22am
10-07-2011 E-Notification via Email and Text @ 5:37pm for AOS, EAD and AP
10-26-2011 Biometrics Appointment
10-31-2011 AOS transferred to CSC
12-06-2011 E-Notifications via Email and Text - GC approved!!!!!!! (in 63 days)
12-07-2011 E-Notifications via Email and Text - EAD and AP approved (in 64 days)
12-12-2011 GREEN CARD rec'vd in mail!!!

Removing Conditions Timeline

10-19-2013 Sent out I-751 petition via USPS Priority Express

10-21-2013 I-751 petition delivered @ 12:12pm

10-25-2013 NOA received in the mail [dated 10-22-2013]

11-22-2013 Case transferred to CSC

02-05-2014 Card production ordered

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I'm the beneficiary and I included a copy of all the pages of my passport in the I-129F package precisely because of this reason. It is not stated anywhere to do so but only when you send also the identification page they can match the page with the admission stamp to your passport and make sure it's really the beneficiary's passport. The identification page states the passport number that is also visible on every single blank page of the passport so this way they will know that it is truly the beneficiary who traveled and whose passport was stamped.

This is why I think they are asking, to make sure the copies of the admission stamp you sent to them was really from your passport, so this is what you send and you should be fine :)

I had the same RFE so I sent in pics airline tickets, itineraries and as far as the passport pages his international passport did have his number on every blank page but as for me the cover page has my number but my stamped pages had no numbers on them to prove it was me traveling soo I went all out and color coded the itinerary and the date stamps for cross reference and added an explanation why these dates were highlighted.

I do wish you the best of luck. Send in everything you can....they didn't ask you fotr affidavits and photos?


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3/21/11 Made the decision to file...
4/26/11 Sent Package-----7/30/13
5/16/11 recieved NOA-1-----8/06/13
5/18/11 date on NOA-1------8/02/13
5/20/11 Touched --------------10/16/13--Alien # changed???
7/15/11 Received blue notice/RFE evidenvce of meeting with in two years...
7/20/11 Received email notification from USCIS.
7/20/11 Received text message from USCIS.
7/20/11 Touched
8/02/11 Mailed RFE with evidence required to Vermont
8/04/11 Confirmation from USPS RFE package delivered to Vermont @ 1:30pm
8/05/11 USCIS updated by text and email RFE package received.
8/05/11 Touched
8/18/11 Approved date
8/19/11 EMAIL and TEXT NOTIFICATION APPROVED
8/22/11 official hard copy received
9/08/11 NVC has received our petition
9/19/11 Embassy in Haiti recieves petition
9/20/11 Packet 3 emailed to Petitioner/Beneficiary
10/03/11 Fiance has completed Medical
10/08/11 Fiance picks up Medical results
10/10/11 Packet 3 Completed and sent
10/20/11 packet 4 pick-up and interview date given
10/31/11 Interview day on Halloween
10/31/11 Admin Processing
1/19/12 AP completed Visa Denied

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I had the same RFE so I sent in pics airline tickets, itineraries and as far as the passport pages his international passport did have his number on every blank page but as for me the cover page has my number but my stamped pages had no numbers on them to prove it was me traveling soo I went all out and color coded the itinerary and the date stamps for cross reference and added an explanation why these dates were highlighted.

I do wish you the best of luck. Send in everything you can....they didn't ask you fotr affidavits and photos?

Why would they ask for an affidavit? The affidavit of support is only needed at the Consulate stage and not for USCIS. They only ask for what is missing so they probably sent photos with the initial petition...


K1 Visa Timeline
01-12-2011 Sent out I-129F packet to Lewisville, TX, via Fedex
01-18-2011 NOA1
01-24-2011 NOA1 hard copy received in the mail [dated 01-18-2011]
05-12-2011 NOA2 (approved in 114 days)
05-18-2011 NVC received, new case number assigned
05-20-2011 NVC left
06-01-2011 Embassy received
06-06-2011 Packet 3 sent
06-10-2011 Packet 4 received
07-21-2011 Interview at 9:30am - APPROVED!!
07-29-2011 Visa in hand
10-02-2011 Wedding

AOS Timeline
10-04-2011 Sent out AOS, EAD and AP application via UPS Overnight to Chicago, IL
10-05-2011 AOS application delivered @ 9:22am
10-07-2011 E-Notification via Email and Text @ 5:37pm for AOS, EAD and AP
10-26-2011 Biometrics Appointment
10-31-2011 AOS transferred to CSC
12-06-2011 E-Notifications via Email and Text - GC approved!!!!!!! (in 63 days)
12-07-2011 E-Notifications via Email and Text - EAD and AP approved (in 64 days)
12-12-2011 GREEN CARD rec'vd in mail!!!

Removing Conditions Timeline

10-19-2013 Sent out I-751 petition via USPS Priority Express

10-21-2013 I-751 petition delivered @ 12:12pm

10-25-2013 NOA received in the mail [dated 10-22-2013]

11-22-2013 Case transferred to CSC

02-05-2014 Card production ordered

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ALWAYS send EVERY passport page. Consider it ONE document, do not leave anything out even if it is a blank page.


K-1 Journey

03-03-2011 - Mailed I-129F application.

03-06-2011 - Packet received in Texas.

03-23-2011 - NOA1 received in mail, dated 03-09-2011.

05-31-2011 - RFE requested. They want better passport pictures of me.

06-06-2011 - Additional passport pics sent.

06-08-2011 - Evidence received and acknowledged. Whew!

06-16-2011 - NOA2 received!

07-20-2011 - Packet 3 Received!

08-01-2011 - Packet 3 returned to Embassy.

08-22-2011 - Packet 4 Received!

09-19-2011 - Interview...APPROVED!

09-23-2011 - Visa in Hand

09-29-2011 - POE LAX

11-11-2011 - Wedding at 11:11pm GMT time.

AOS Journey

12-02-2011 - Mailed in AOS/EAD/AP paperwork.

12-05-2011 - Delivery confirmation per USPS.

12-27-2011 - (3) NOA I-797C received, dated 12-20-2011. Biometrics appt set.

01-10-2012 - Biometrics.

01-20-2012 - Notified of interview appointment for 2-21-2012.

01-31-2012 - EAD and AP approved.

02-08-2012 - EAD/AP card received.

02-21-2012 - AOS interview approved. EAD/AP card confiscated.

03-01-2012 - Green Card in hand!!!

364 days total time!

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ALWAYS send EVERY passport page. Consider it ONE document, do not leave anything out even if it is a blank page.

Good point. Any missing page number would prompt questions imo.


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