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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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I would love some help on this one.. please!

What does this mean? However processing was complete... good or bad? Why RFE then...

"Application Type: I129F , PETITION FOR FIANCE(E)

Current Status:

On October 6, 2006, we received your response to our request for evidence or information. However because preliminary processing was complete, the remaining processing time will be less than the maximum stated in this message. You will receive a written decision on this case." :unsure:

Thank you!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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It just means they have done part of the processing already, so it shouldnt take as long as a new application.

Good Luck


July 17 2006 Sent I-129F to TSC

July 19 2006 packet received by TSC

July 27 2006 case received at CSC

July 28 2006 touched (to process/send NOA1)

Aug 01 2006 check cashed

Aug 05 2006 NOA1 received in mail

Oct 03 2006 Touched (RFE sent)

Oct 10 2006 RFE received and responded to

Oct 17 2006 Touched (CSC reply to RFE response)

Nov 06 2006 NOA2

Nov 21 2006 NVC sent to Manila

Blah

Blur

Drone

March 27 2007 Interview

April 02 2007 Visa delivered

April 05 2007 Happiness delivered

April 06 2007 First day of the rest of our lives

"There they go! I must hurry and catch them, for I am their leader."

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City: California/Bayern - Filed K-1 from China Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Germany
Timeline

You will receive a decision on your petition soon! They are indicating that they have received your RFE response, and they are saying that they have all information necessary to make a decision on your case.

This is a good thing. Keep checking your mail!


K-1 VISA:

3/4/06: I-129F Sent to CSC

3/14/06: NOA1

7/21/06: IMBRA RFE received by CSC

8/22/06: NOA2

9/8/06: Case arrives at NVC

9/16/06: NVC departure letter received

9/22/06: Left NVC bound for China

10/6/06: Case arrives at Guangzhou consulate

10/20/06: Received Packet 3

10/26/06: Sent DS-230 back to consulate

11/9/06: Sent OF-169 back to consulate

11/17/06: Received Packet 4

11/25/06: Completed Medical Exam in Beijing

12/15/06: Interview in Guangzhou (Success!!)

12/19/06: Received K-1 visa

1/12/07: Entered U.S. (POE: SFO)

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS:

1/26/07: Applied for SSN

2/8/07: Medical exam for vaccinations

2/9/07: Received SSN

3/3/07: Married!! (WooHoo!!)

3/16/07: Changed name on SSN

4/3/07: Sent AOS application to Chicago

4/5/07: AOS application arrived in Chicago

4/16/07: Received NOAs for AOS, EAD, & AP (NOA date: 4/12)

4/24/07: Received biometrics appt. letter

5/7/07: Biometrics appointment

5/25/07: Received interview appt. letter

6/25/07: Received AP documents

6/28/07: Received EAD card

7/18/07: AOS Interview (Approved!)

7/30/07: Received 2-year green card

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS:

4/24/09: I-751 sent to CSC

4/27/09: I-751 arrived at CSC

5/13/09: Received NOA letter (NOA date: 4/27)

6/4/09: Received biometrics appt. letter

6/13/09: Biometrics appointment

8/6/09: Card production ordered

8/12/09: Received card in mail

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Iran
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You will receive a decision on your petition soon! They are indicating that they have received your RFE response, and they are saying that they have all information necessary to make a decision on your case.

This is a good thing. Keep checking your mail!

I also recieved the same thing on 09-29-06 from csc. Anyone care to take a wild guess at how long this may take from this point.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Sweden
Timeline
You will receive a decision on your petition soon! They are indicating that they have received your RFE response, and they are saying that they have all information necessary to make a decision on your case.

This is a good thing. Keep checking your mail!

Thank you so much for your help! No need to worry then... :star:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
Timeline

Congrats! Please update your timeline. :):yes:


February - March 2002 we met in Mexico

August 2002 - we are an 'official' couple

Many visits back to Mexico over 4years!

June 2006 - Officially Engaged!

August 28, 2006 I-129F mailed to Nebraska

August 30, 2006 received in Nebraska

September 7, 2006 NOA1 Notice Date

September 11, 2006 NOA1 received in snail mail

September 12, 2006 Touched (most likely to add Receipt Number to system)

September 13, 2006 Touched

September 14, 2006 Touched AGAIN!!! (what's up with this?)

Novemberr 13, 2006 NOA2 (77 DAYS!) YEEEE HAAAAA!!!!

December 6, 2006 Received Notice that everything was sent to Juarez

January 26, 2007 Juarez sends out packet

February 3, 2007 received packet from Juarez

February 6, 2007 going to medical & interview in Juarez!

February 6, 2007 RECEIVED VISA!!!

February 9, 2007 FLIGHT TO US!!!

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Thats the standard canned response when they get your RFE. If it's the IMBRA RFE then there is no telling how much longer it will take. Mine took 90 days. If it's for something else then your NOA2 could come quickly.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Thats the standard canned response when they get your RFE. If it's the IMBRA RFE then there is no telling how much longer it will take. Mine took 90 days. If it's for something else then your NOA2 could come quickly.

I got the same update message:

" we received your response to our request for evidence or information. However because preliminary processing was complete, the remaining processing time will be less than the maximum stated in this message."

i guess its a response to them recieving my imbra rfe. I wonder how much longer till the approval.

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