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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Canada
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hi wow after being on here nearly a month i feel so lost. when my hubby and i started this process we only used uscis information which i'm sure everyone knows isn't all that clear. we had done some research and discovered the k3/k4 visa so we got married then filled out i130 and sent it then after seeing that it was still a long process my brain unfroze and i remembered we were doing k3 so off went the i129f we got rfe on the i130 they needed the divorce judgements not the certicates as dates were different and had no judges signature, so we sent that in and are waiting for receipt of that, and of course we never made any copies of our original petions. we also never sent all 4 copies each of the g325 i think we sent 2 only as there was noinfo on thisin uscis. then of course i discover this great site here, and all i can hope is we haven't messed this whole process up. this is really stressful.so my question is other then not haveing copies of the petions will this mess up my interview or do they send you copies of your original petition to take with you? i'll even give them 10 cents a copy if it helps.everyone here is so wonderful with their advice and care and concern for others here thank you :yes:

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wedding 2006-06-03

i130

2006-06-24.......mailed

06-07-18.......noa1

09-19.......touched[li

09-20.......rfe sent

09-25.......rfe mailed back

10-02.......rfe email received uscis

10-03.......touched

12-12.......APPROVED

i129f

06-08-21......mailed

06-08-29.....noa1

06-09-02....touched

06-09-09....touched

06-10-20...touched ...sent to csc

06-10-27...touched

06-11-15...APPROVED 07-03-08 interview and visa approved

  1. EAD.... sent may 13
  2. biometrics.....june 13
  3. ead transfer to csc.....july 13

4. EAD card in production

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