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Is there a specific time frame involved once your fiance has sent her I-129F and G-325 forms to you along with her photo and signature and date on all the forms? Thanks in advance for everyones assistance.

I'm sorry, I'm not sure I follow.

Do you mean, if say... you file today March 29th and her G-325A is dated two month ago? (for example)

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I'm sorry, I'm not sure I follow.

Do you mean, if say... you file today March 29th and her G-325A is dated two month ago? (for example)

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Is there a specific time frame involved once your fiance has sent her I-129F and G-325 forms to you along with her photo and signature and date on all the forms? Thanks in advance for everyones assistance.

I guess this is what I mean? My fiance sent me her completed I-129F,G-325 forms and photo. All her forms where signed and dated (November 29, 2011). How long do I have from the time I received them (December 8,2011)to complete the package and send to the lock box? Thanks again.

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So ur basically asking whether u have to send the entire package in a certain period of time?

No u do not. Just send it whenever ur ready and have all the necessary papers together.

Kewl, thats what I needed to know. Had some financial issues that needed to be worked out before I wanted to send the packet to Texas Lock Box and was concerned that my delay in sending it would cause an issue. Thanks again. Take care and be safe.

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