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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
Timeline

Hi,

I have several questions in regards I-130 form but wanted to give you guys a little info on where I was coming from. I filed the K-1 visa for my fiance last year but was denied for not seeing my fiance in the 2 yr that was requirement. Well have some time we have now decided to file the K3. I'm going to JA in a few wks and would like to put on the forms together so when I come back I can file. I was reading through the I-130 form and now I have a few questions. I would appreciate if anyone can help me out.

1) Do I need to complete two I-130 forms for my spouse and his child? And attach two filing fees? And if so for step A #1 should I check "child" for my step-child?

2) Do I need to complete two add'l G-325A forms from my spouse and his child?

3) In step C #17 do I have to list both of his kids or just the one I am filing for?

4) In step C #21 we never lived together so should I put "N/A or put an explanation?

Thanks in advance


Anna (Chicago) and Javon (Jamaica)

USCIS: I-130 Process

10/30/06 - Married to my loving husband

01/06/07 - NOA1 ($190)

05/16/07 - NOA2!!!!!

NVC: CR-1 Process

05/21/07 - NVC recv'd case (per rep @ NVC)

05/29/07 - NVC Assigned Case # (KNG2007******)

06/01/07 - Faxed change of address request to NVC

06/08/07 - NVC confirmed new address

06/18/07 - DS-3032 (Choice of Agent) & AOS (I-864) Fee Bill generated

06/23/07 - Recv'd DS-3032 & AOS Bill via snail mail

07/09/07 - Emailed DS-3032 (Choice of Agent) to NVC

07/19/07 - Mailed AOS Fee Bill ($70) to St. Louis, MO

07/19/07 - Recv'd email from NVC - Choice of Agent was accepted

07/23/07 - IV (DS-230) Fee Bill was generated

08/11/07 - Recv'd IV Fee Bill via snail mail

08/15/07 - Recv'd AOS Packet in the mail

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Filed: Timeline

nyseness,

1) Yes. Yes. Yes.

2) Read the I-130 instructions.

3) Look up the word "all" in a dictionary.

4) The question is applicable, give a meaningful answer just as you did in your post.

Yodrak

Hi,

I have several questions in regards I-130 form but wanted to give you guys a little info on where I was coming from. I filed the K-1 visa for my fiance last year but was denied for not seeing my fiance in the 2 yr that was requirement. Well have some time we have now decided to file the K3. I'm going to JA in a few wks and would like to put on the forms together so when I come back I can file. I was reading through the I-130 form and now I have a few questions. I would appreciate if anyone can help me out.

1) Do I need to complete two I-130 forms for my spouse and his child? And attach two filing fees? And if so for step A #1 should I check "child" for my step-child?

2) Do I need to complete two add'l G-325A forms from my spouse and his child?

3) In step C #17 do I have to list both of his kids or just the one I am filing for?

4) In step C #21 we never lived together so should I put "N/A or put an explanation?

Thanks in advance

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