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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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i was just looking over my copy of our i129f etc. and realized that we did not sign and date our supplemental sheets! hopefully we will not get an RFE for this. but if we do, would they just want an updated sheet signed and dated?!!

also am not sure if my fiance was supposed to sign all photographs included in our petition. TOO LATE NOW! but we labeled every photograph on the back of who is in the photograph, the place it was taken and the date it was taken. but diddnt sign his signature on them.

im trying not to worry about all these details, as there is nothing i can do about it now. just trying to be prepared for a possible RFE, and things that they may ask for. any help would be appreciated.


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12/15/2011 - last time baby & I saw her Papi

01/30/2012 - Denied entry into US

02/27/2012 - i129f sent to Dallas lockbox

02/28/2012 - i129f delivered

03/05/2012 - NOA1 email received

03/08/2012 - NOA1 hardcopy received

09/11/2012 - NOA2 email recieved

02/28/2013 - Montreal Interview -- APPROVED!!!!!

04/03/2013 - POE date!!

05/25/2013- wedding day!! <3

06/10/2013 - AOS mailed

06/10/2013 - NOA

09/09/2013 - biometrics appointment

09/16/2013 - RFE ( joint sponsor tax return issue)

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Spain
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About the photos: they do not need to be signed. With the names and the date in the back is enough.

About the letters: if you did not even sign the letters of "intention to get married", you have many possibilities that they are going to ask you to resend them with the new date and signed (in blue ink). This is going to delay the process a bit. Although all depends of the person's "discretion" who is looking at your petition.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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oh no we signed the letters of intent for sure. just not the supplemental sheets we used for question 18 on the i129f and possibly the supplemental sheets we used for employment history for the g325a.

so just the extra sheets we added onto the petition.

in blue ink? really? i was sure the instructions asked for black ink NOT blue for all sheets. (because black photocopies better)


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12/15/2011 - last time baby & I saw her Papi

01/30/2012 - Denied entry into US

02/27/2012 - i129f sent to Dallas lockbox

02/28/2012 - i129f delivered

03/05/2012 - NOA1 email received

03/08/2012 - NOA1 hardcopy received

09/11/2012 - NOA2 email recieved

02/28/2013 - Montreal Interview -- APPROVED!!!!!

04/03/2013 - POE date!!

05/25/2013- wedding day!! <3

06/10/2013 - AOS mailed

06/10/2013 - NOA

09/09/2013 - biometrics appointment

09/16/2013 - RFE ( joint sponsor tax return issue)

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Filed: Country: Poland
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oh no we signed the letters of intent for sure. just not the supplemental sheets we used for question 18 on the i129f and possibly the supplemental sheets we used for employment history for the g325a.

so just the extra sheets we added onto the petition.

in blue ink? really? i was sure the instructions asked for black ink NOT blue for all sheets. (because black photocopies better)

You're right, these and most other forms in the US will ask for black ink.

They want the supplemental sheets to be dated and signed, but maybe you won't get RFE for this. And if you do, it will be really easy one to fix.

Photos don't need to be signed.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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You're right, these and most other forms in the US will ask for black ink.

They want the supplemental sheets to be dated and signed, but maybe you won't get RFE for this. And if you do, it will be really easy one to fix.

Photos don't need to be signed.

No the blue ink was correct. Signatures in BLUE ink is preferable (but not actually required) and forms completed in black in. The BLUE ink is so they can tell original signatures easily. Too many people have received RFE's for non-original signature (not lately though so maybe they got smart and realised you could check the back for indentations) that I would never risk signing in anything but blue.

They do NOT want supplemental sheets signed and dated. I submitted supplemental for my K1 and AOS process with my name and alien number on them (of course) as well as what question it related to and what form but NEVER signed those supplemental sheets. I was never RFE'd. My K1 interview was painless and my AOS was RFE and interview free.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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anyways. just wanted some thoughts. i know it will be an easy fix if it is an RFE and thats ok. pretty sure i read to sign in black NOT BLUE because it photocopies better. but not a big deal anyways. thanks for everyones input.. and hopefully we wont be delayed at all and if there is an rfe hope it will be just for the signatures and not for anything else!!!


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12/15/2011 - last time baby & I saw her Papi

01/30/2012 - Denied entry into US

02/27/2012 - i129f sent to Dallas lockbox

02/28/2012 - i129f delivered

03/05/2012 - NOA1 email received

03/08/2012 - NOA1 hardcopy received

09/11/2012 - NOA2 email recieved

02/28/2013 - Montreal Interview -- APPROVED!!!!!

04/03/2013 - POE date!!

05/25/2013- wedding day!! <3

06/10/2013 - AOS mailed

06/10/2013 - NOA

09/09/2013 - biometrics appointment

09/16/2013 - RFE ( joint sponsor tax return issue)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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No the blue ink was correct. Signatures in BLUE ink is preferable (but not actually required) and forms completed in black in. The BLUE ink is so they can tell original signatures easily. Too many people have received RFE's for non-original signature (not lately though so maybe they got smart and realised you could check the back for indentations) that I would never risk signing in anything but blue.

They do NOT want supplemental sheets signed and dated. I submitted supplemental for my K1 and AOS process with my name and alien number on them (of course) as well as what question it related to and what form but NEVER signed those supplemental sheets. I was never RFE'd. My K1 interview was painless and my AOS was RFE and interview free.

Yes, the instructions say to date and sign supplemental sheets. However i doubt if it makes a difference.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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I signed my G325-A, but my fiance forgot to sign his before he mailed it to me :wacko: !!

I was soo nervous that we would get an RFE, but we didnt! Approved in 134 days!

Good Luck!

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Edited by Carlos&Alyssa

*Our K-1 Journey*

*11/7/11 - Sent I-129F Packet

*11/10/11 - Packet delivered to Dallas Lockbox

*11/16/11 - NOA1 Text/Email & Check Cashed

*11/19/11 - NOA1 Hardcopy Received (Notice Date 11/14/11)

*03/28/12 - NOA2 Text/Email (Notice Date 03/27/12)

*04/02/12 - NVC Recieved Package

*04/04/12 - NVC Sent Package to Embassy

*04/17/12 - Embassy emailed Packet 4 to me

*04/21/12 - USPS Interview Binder to Carlos

*04/26/12 - Carlos Medical Exam

*04/27/12 - Carlos receive Interview Binder from me

*05/04/12 - Carlos Interview 8:00 AM (Has to return with two more documents)

*05/14/12 - Carlos return to embassy with missing documents - VISA APPROVED

*05/18/12 - Carlos picks up VISA at Embassy

*05/19/12 - POE MIAMI

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: China
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The instructions clearly state:

If extra space is needed to complete any item, attach a continuation sheet, indicate the item number, and date and sign each sheet.

Hopefully this won't cause a RFE but if it does you'll be ready to respond immediately.

Good Luck!!


K-1

04/06/2012: NOA 1
08/13/2012: RFE Notice
09/21/2012: RFE Response Receipt
09/27/2012: NOA 2
10/17/2012: Embassy Received
12/31/2012: Packet 3 Returned
01/31/2013: Interview - Approved
02/07/2013: Visa Received
03/07/2013: POE - LAX

05/03/2013: Married

AOS; EAD; AP

06/03/2013: AOS - NOA 1

06/05/2013: EAD - NOA 1

06/05/2013: AP - NOA 1

06/27/2013: Biometrics

08/03/2013: EAD & AP Approved (Card received 18/12/2013)

08/21/2013: AOS Interview / I-485 Held for Further Review

08/27/2013: AOS Approval Notice

09/06/2013: Green Card Arrival

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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what might they ask for if we get an RFE for this? just new updated supplemental sheets that are signed and dated?


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12/15/2011 - last time baby & I saw her Papi

01/30/2012 - Denied entry into US

02/27/2012 - i129f sent to Dallas lockbox

02/28/2012 - i129f delivered

03/05/2012 - NOA1 email received

03/08/2012 - NOA1 hardcopy received

09/11/2012 - NOA2 email recieved

02/28/2013 - Montreal Interview -- APPROVED!!!!!

04/03/2013 - POE date!!

05/25/2013- wedding day!! <3

06/10/2013 - AOS mailed

06/10/2013 - NOA

09/09/2013 - biometrics appointment

09/16/2013 - RFE ( joint sponsor tax return issue)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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what might they ask for if we get an RFE for this? just new updated supplemental sheets that are signed and dated?

An RFE could be for anything from showing proof you have meet in person, to missing signature on form, to missing signature on supplemental forms, or missing required documents. Yes, you would just generate what they are looking for and send it in.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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The instructions clearly state:

If extra space is needed to complete any item, attach a continuation sheet, indicate the item number, and date and sign each sheet.

Hopefully this won't cause a RFE but if it does you'll be ready to respond immediately.

Good Luck!!

lol. Well my supplemental sheets were for the G-325A and not the I-129F itself so maybe that makes a difference.

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