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O.K., We have all the papers asked for in Packet 3 and we're ready to send back the DS-2001. On the DS-2001 it asks for a case number, we don't have one.

We did DCF in Paris and after accepting the I-130 and everything, they just gave us the Packet 3 and told us to send it back when done. So I imagine it's O.K. but I just wanted to be sure.

Thanks,

Shana

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O.K., We have all the papers asked for in Packet 3 and we're ready to send back the DS-2001. On the DS-2001 it asks for a case number, we don't have one.

We did DCF in Paris and after accepting the I-130 and everything, they just gave us the Packet 3 and told us to send it back when done. So I imagine it's O.K. but I just wanted to be sure.

Thanks,

Shana

Just leave the case number spot empty; the same form is used for cases coming in from NVC that already have a number.

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Hi sheigh87

I know that this not the topic of your question but my spouses and I try to do a DCF in *Paris and I want to know if yo and your spouses lives together in France or one in France and the other one in US. Personaly, I live in France and my future wife in US and we don't find information this information : "can we make a DCF in Paris when the US spouses live in US".

Thanks in advance

X and M

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Hi sheigh87

I know that this not the topic of your question but my spouses and I try to do a DCF in *Paris and I want to know if yo and your spouses lives together in France or one in France and the other one in US. Personaly, I live in France and my future wife in US and we don't find information this information : "can we make a DCF in Paris when the US spouses live in US".

Thanks in advance

X and M

X & M,

There are numerous personal experiences posted in this forum that confirm that the US citizen spouse does NOT have to live in France to file I-130 in Paris. Use the search box at the bottom of the forum page and enter 'paris'.

You MUST marry before filing I-130.


Now That You Are A Permanent Resident

How Do I Remove The Conditions On Permanent Residence Based On Marriage?

Welcome to the United States: A Guide For New Immigrants

Yes, even this last one.. stuff in there that not even your USC knows.....

Here are more links that I love:

Arriving in America, The POE Drill

Dual Citizenship FAQ

Other Fora I Post To:

alt.visa.us.marriage-based http://britishexpats.com/ and www.***removed***.com

censored link = *family based immigration* website

Inertia. Is that the Greek god of 'can't be bothered'?

Met, married, immigrated, naturalized.

I-130 filed Aug02

USC Jul06

No Deje Piedras Sobre El Pavimento!

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Hi sheigh87

I know that this not the topic of your question but my spouses and I try to do a DCF in *Paris and I want to know if yo and your spouses lives together in France or one in France and the other one in US. Personaly, I live in France and my future wife in US and we don't find information this information : "can we make a DCF in Paris when the US spouses live in US".

Thanks in advance

X and M

X & M,

There are numerous personal experiences posted in this forum that confirm that the US citizen spouse does NOT have to live in France to file I-130 in Paris. Use the search box at the bottom of the forum page and enter 'paris'.

You MUST marry before filing I-130.

I have done it ;-)) but it can be interresting for us to be in touch with people who are doing it right now.

thanks for your reply

X and M

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Hi Marycat,

We're not exactly in the same position as you, I am the USC and my husband is French. We both live in France and are doing DCF through the Embassy in Paris. We're taking our time with the process because we don't plan on moving till February/March of next year.

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