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Can someone tell me? What is the "Choice of Agent"? Is it a form? Who receives it? What does "Choice of Agent" mean? WHO is the Coice of Agent? Can someone explain the process to me?


***Married in Dankalan, Ilog, Negros Occidental on August 3, 2006***

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10/16/06 - I-129f sent to Chicago

10/24/06 - I-129f recv'd

10/26/06 - Recv'd NOA1

11/9/06 - Case transferred from Chicago to Calif Servc Ctr

11/14/06 - Touched

11/15/06 - Touched

11/16/06 - Touched

11/17/06 - Touched

11/18/06 - Touched/Pending

11/20/06 - NOA recv'd stating that on 11/13/06 my case was transferred to CSC

01/25/07 - Recv'd email advising my case was sent to another office for processing???

01/28/07 - Touched (Sunday?)

02/09/07 - I-129f is now pending at the office to which it was transferred

02/09/07 - NOA2 from CSC

02/12/07 - Touched

02/13/07 - Assigned MNL#

02/21/07 - Arrived US Embassy in Manila

05/17/07 - Interview scheduled!!! Yipee!!!

06/22/07 - K3 Visa received

09/02/07 - Arrived in USA!!!

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Can someone tell me? What is the "Choice of Agent"? Is it a form? Who receives it? What does "Choice of Agent" mean? WHO is the Coice of Agent? Can someone explain the process to me?

Hi there,

First of all... please try to search for answers before you post as this is a very common question and has been answered numerous times :D , also have you checked out the forms and guide section ?

The choice of agent form is recieved by the beneficiary, It can be used to nominate somebody in the US to recieve thier paperwork.

i.e if the beneficiary is in the UK and the petitioner is in the US, the beneficiary can nominate the petitioner (or anybody else residing in the US) to recieve their paperwork for them.

note that the beneficiary still needs to sign all of these forms but it can speed up the process, if the NVC sends the paperwork to the person in the US, they can then send them overseas to the beneficiary via UPS or FedEX or whoever. By doing this it also minimises the chances of your paperwork being lost.

Also please note that you can nominate not to use an agent, in which case return the form indicating that you wish to recieve the paperwork yourself.

Goodluck on your journey :thumbs:

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pendleton_boy

The choice of agent (DS-3032) is a part of the NVC process for the CR-1. The K-3 does not use the choice of agent.


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