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Hey guys,

Can any one explain me what's the difference bet'n CR1 & IR1?

Thanks,

HHP

The CR1 is received when your visa is approved and you are married for less than 2 year. Once approved you will have a 2 year Green card.

The IR1 is received when your visa is approved and you are married for more than 2 years, this would be an automatic process, nothing additional you would have to do. at this point a 10 year green card is automatically assigned


Sent I-130 to TSC

Received NOA1 from CSC with a date of 8/15/06

I-130 petition approved 4/16/2008 after 19 months.

Got IIN from NVC 5-13-08

Paid AOS fee online 5-14-08, Paid IV Fee online 5-27-08

Sent I-864 forms 5-27-08

Sent DS-230 forms 5-28-08

6-2-08 called NVC and msg says "received all information,processing will take 4-6 weeks"

6-13-08 called NVC, CR1 is complete, sent RFE for CR2. returned to NVC, waitn on result

6-26-08 case complete/approved. Waiting to be transferred to U.S. Embassy in Guangzhou, China for interview date

7-7-08 Petition forwarded to Guanzhou, China. Awaiting interview letter.

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I got married in 2006 and can you explain me why M I in IR1 status?

I cannot, I only knew the answer to your first question. I too got married in 2006


Sent I-130 to TSC

Received NOA1 from CSC with a date of 8/15/06

I-130 petition approved 4/16/2008 after 19 months.

Got IIN from NVC 5-13-08

Paid AOS fee online 5-14-08, Paid IV Fee online 5-27-08

Sent I-864 forms 5-27-08

Sent DS-230 forms 5-28-08

6-2-08 called NVC and msg says "received all information,processing will take 4-6 weeks"

6-13-08 called NVC, CR1 is complete, sent RFE for CR2. returned to NVC, waitn on result

6-26-08 case complete/approved. Waiting to be transferred to U.S. Embassy in Guangzhou, China for interview date

7-7-08 Petition forwarded to Guanzhou, China. Awaiting interview letter.

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Filed: Timeline

hp&hhp,

You aren't. But someone may have made a typographical error on a document.

What document do you have that says you are IR-1?

Yodrak

I got married in 2006 and can you explain me why M I in IR1 status?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hey guys,

Can any one explain me what's the difference bet'n CR1 & IR1?

Thanks,

HHP

[/quote if you have been married less than 2 years when your spouse enters the US on an immigrant visa, the permanent resident status is considered "conditional' . You and your spouse must apply to remove the condition 90 days before your spouses two year anniversary. I believe that you will get this info at the time when you receive the visa.

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I got married in 2006 and can you explain me why M I in IR1 status?

Your status can not be an IR-1 rather it must be a CR-1, since you got married in 2006. Someone must have made a typing error.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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