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i mistaking had my wife fill out the g-325 instead of the g-325a, is this an issue, will I get rejected? is there a difference, she lives in her home country and it would a delay so I submitted anyway

Won't matter.

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thank you for the replies, when I see my wife next month, i will bring the 325a, just in case

It really won't matter but do pay attention to details in this process, as many DO matter. The first detail you missed is that by filing an I-130, you started on a CR1 or IR1 visa path, not K3. K3 is virtually extinct.


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Wait for the Receipt notice of the I-485 form and submit the G325A with a letter stating the issue.

I-485? really? that's way down the line, for one chasing after a K-3 visa.

It's filed after the K-3 visa holder comes into the USA, end result is a green card.

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It really won't matter but do pay attention to details in this process, as many DO matter. The first detail you missed is that by filing an I-130, you started on a CR1 or IR1 visa path, not K3. K3 is virtually extinct.

Thanks I thought i was going to do the k3, when the i-130 was filed, i will finish this path I just won't file the 129f after NOA2. And hope I get the CR1/IR1, the 129f would to much of a pain trying to get copies of everything again and delays with mailing and such.

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Thanks I thought i was going to do the k3, when the i-130 was filed, i will finish this path I just won't file the 129f after NOA2. And hope I get the CR1/IR1, the 129f would to much of a pain trying to get copies of everything again and delays with mailing and such. I just posted to the wrong Forum

Good call. Absolutely no point in filing the I-129f along with the I-130 anymore. It's a complete waste of time, paper and postage. K-3 was meant for a different time when the I-130/CR-1 process took years to complete. More recent processing times for the I-130/CR-1 has rendered the K-3 dead on arrival and thereby useless.

In the hypothetical one in a million chance the I-129f is approved before the I-130, we'd be talking a matter of weeks. That still wouldn't be worth the time and money it takes to adjust from K-3 to LPR.

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