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Filed: IR-5 Country: Dominican Republic
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Hello to all! I'm trying to put together all the documents that I'll be needing after receiving NOA2 since my mother is from Dominican Republic and she will have to mail documents that I need from her. This is my list so far:

1. Petitioner's birth certificate

2. Petitioner's marriage certificate

3. Beneficiary's birth certificate

4. Beneficiary's marriage certificate

5. Beneficiary's police certificate

6. Beneficiary's copy of passport that includes his/her biographical information

Am I missing anything? How recent should the police certificate be?

Thanks for your help!


USCIS Petition(s) Filed

Form I-130: Petition for Alien Relative (mother)

Date I-130 Sent : (2012-02-14)

Date I-130 NOA1 (Receipt)via email : (2012-02-21)

Date I-130 NOA1 (hard copy Receipt)via mail : (2012-02-28)

Date I-130 NOA2 (Receipt)via email : (2012-06-11)

Date I-130 NOA2 (hard copy Receipt)via mail : (2012-06-14)

Date Package Received By NVC : (2012-07-02)

ds3032(Choice of Address and Agent for Immigrant Visa Applicants): sent from mother's email address on 8/3/12. Approved on 8/10/12

AOS paid 8/5/12, IV paid 8/23/12.

ds230,i864ez,aos and iv receipt,documents(6 last pay stubs,job letter,beneficiary's birth certificate(certified and legalized),2 2x2 photos,police report(certified),w2 and transcripts from 2009-2011,copy of beneficiary passport.8/23/12

checklist received from NVC on 8/30/12- missing petioner's documents(marriage certificate,birth certificate,2011 transcript).

checklist sent to NVC by air on 9/1/12 to arrive on 9/4/12.

check list recieved on email 9/13/12 ( petioner INEXTENSA birth certificate and 2011 taxes transcript directly from IRS).

2011 taxes transcript (directly from IRS) sent on 9/12/12.Arrived 9/14/12

petioner birth certificate (INEXTENSA)sent on 9/13/12. Arrived 9/14/12

CASE COMPLETE 09/25/12

10/03/12 INTERVIEW assigned for 11/19/12 received letter via email later on in the day.

Medical done 11/06/12

Visa approved 11/19/12

VISA ON HAND 11/29/12 ( DELIVERED HOME)

POE 12/08/12- SAN JUAN,PUERTO RICO

F2A LPR petitioning for minor children

PD 8/5/13 , NOA2 8/27/13, CASE COMPLETE 3/5/14

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: India
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Hello, Here is the list of documents that your beneficiary may have to supply-

  1. Birth Certificates
  2. Court and Prison Records
  3. Deportation Documentation
  4. Marriage Certificates
  5. Marriage Termination Documentation
  6. Military Records
  7. Petitioner Documents
  8. Photocopy of Valid Passport Biographic Data Page
  9. Photographs
  10. Police Certificates
  11. Adoption Documentation

Source: http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_3195.html

Also, I presume that you are a US Citizen. If that is the case, why does your category say FB-1. Should you not be applying under IR-5?

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Filed: IR-5 Country: Dominican Republic
Timeline

Hello, Here is the list of documents that your beneficiary may have to supply-

  1. Birth Certificates
  2. Court and Prison Records
  3. Deportation Documentation
  4. Marriage Certificates
  5. Marriage Termination Documentation
  6. Military Records
  7. Petitioner Documents
  8. Photocopy of Valid Passport Biographic Data Page
  9. Photographs
  10. Police Certificates
  11. Adoption Documentation

Source: http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_3195.html

Also, I presume that you are a US Citizen. If that is the case, why does your category say FB-1. Should you not be applying under IR-5?

I thought I was under FB-1, I'm confused lol

I thought I was under FB-1, I'm confused lol ans yes I'm a USC. Thanks for your help


USCIS Petition(s) Filed

Form I-130: Petition for Alien Relative (mother)

Date I-130 Sent : (2012-02-14)

Date I-130 NOA1 (Receipt)via email : (2012-02-21)

Date I-130 NOA1 (hard copy Receipt)via mail : (2012-02-28)

Date I-130 NOA2 (Receipt)via email : (2012-06-11)

Date I-130 NOA2 (hard copy Receipt)via mail : (2012-06-14)

Date Package Received By NVC : (2012-07-02)

ds3032(Choice of Address and Agent for Immigrant Visa Applicants): sent from mother's email address on 8/3/12. Approved on 8/10/12

AOS paid 8/5/12, IV paid 8/23/12.

ds230,i864ez,aos and iv receipt,documents(6 last pay stubs,job letter,beneficiary's birth certificate(certified and legalized),2 2x2 photos,police report(certified),w2 and transcripts from 2009-2011,copy of beneficiary passport.8/23/12

checklist received from NVC on 8/30/12- missing petioner's documents(marriage certificate,birth certificate,2011 transcript).

checklist sent to NVC by air on 9/1/12 to arrive on 9/4/12.

check list recieved on email 9/13/12 ( petioner INEXTENSA birth certificate and 2011 taxes transcript directly from IRS).

2011 taxes transcript (directly from IRS) sent on 9/12/12.Arrived 9/14/12

petioner birth certificate (INEXTENSA)sent on 9/13/12. Arrived 9/14/12

CASE COMPLETE 09/25/12

10/03/12 INTERVIEW assigned for 11/19/12 received letter via email later on in the day.

Medical done 11/06/12

Visa approved 11/19/12

VISA ON HAND 11/29/12 ( DELIVERED HOME)

POE 12/08/12- SAN JUAN,PUERTO RICO

F2A LPR petitioning for minor children

PD 8/5/13 , NOA2 8/27/13, CASE COMPLETE 3/5/14

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: India
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I thought I was under FB-1, I'm confused lol

FB means family based category. IR means immediate relative.

If you are a US citizen above the age of 21, you should apply for your mother's green card under IR5 category.

If you google up IR5, you will see what that category stands for and whether you are eligible for it.

Read this page for some clarity: http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_1306.html

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Filed: IR-5 Country: Dominican Republic
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FB means family based category. IR means immediate relative.

If you are a US citizen above the age of 21, you should apply for your mother's green card under IR5 category.

If you google up IR5, you will see what that category stands for and whether you are eligible for it.

Read this page for some clarity: http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_1306.html

Understood.Thanks a bunch!


USCIS Petition(s) Filed

Form I-130: Petition for Alien Relative (mother)

Date I-130 Sent : (2012-02-14)

Date I-130 NOA1 (Receipt)via email : (2012-02-21)

Date I-130 NOA1 (hard copy Receipt)via mail : (2012-02-28)

Date I-130 NOA2 (Receipt)via email : (2012-06-11)

Date I-130 NOA2 (hard copy Receipt)via mail : (2012-06-14)

Date Package Received By NVC : (2012-07-02)

ds3032(Choice of Address and Agent for Immigrant Visa Applicants): sent from mother's email address on 8/3/12. Approved on 8/10/12

AOS paid 8/5/12, IV paid 8/23/12.

ds230,i864ez,aos and iv receipt,documents(6 last pay stubs,job letter,beneficiary's birth certificate(certified and legalized),2 2x2 photos,police report(certified),w2 and transcripts from 2009-2011,copy of beneficiary passport.8/23/12

checklist received from NVC on 8/30/12- missing petioner's documents(marriage certificate,birth certificate,2011 transcript).

checklist sent to NVC by air on 9/1/12 to arrive on 9/4/12.

check list recieved on email 9/13/12 ( petioner INEXTENSA birth certificate and 2011 taxes transcript directly from IRS).

2011 taxes transcript (directly from IRS) sent on 9/12/12.Arrived 9/14/12

petioner birth certificate (INEXTENSA)sent on 9/13/12. Arrived 9/14/12

CASE COMPLETE 09/25/12

10/03/12 INTERVIEW assigned for 11/19/12 received letter via email later on in the day.

Medical done 11/06/12

Visa approved 11/19/12

VISA ON HAND 11/29/12 ( DELIVERED HOME)

POE 12/08/12- SAN JUAN,PUERTO RICO

F2A LPR petitioning for minor children

PD 8/5/13 , NOA2 8/27/13, CASE COMPLETE 3/5/14

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