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Any tips filing i 130 London?

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Hi there,

The next thing to expect is your NOA1. You wont' get a: "thank your for sending your I-130" or anything alike if that is what you were expecting. The confirmation that they got it, IS the credit card payment on your bank statement. There is a timeline on the US London embassy website that indicates what dates they are currently working on. If you filed 2 weeks ago you still have a lot of waiting to do. As you will be able to see on my timeline, we filed the 31st January and is still waiting for NOA1. It is like watching paint dry. At least you doing it with all of us and your not alone. :)

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IR1/CR1 Visa: - DCF at London Embassy:

20/02/2011 Engaged in London.
06/07/2011 Notification of marriage received from council.
02/09/2011 Happily married!
25/01/2012 I-130 Posted to London USCIS
31/01/2012 I-130 Sent back - fees have changed to $420 - updated the VJ DCF Wiki with the correct link.
Never received NOA 1
09/05/2012 NOA2 (127 Days)
15/05/2012 DS-230 posted
15/06/2012 Packet 3 received
15/06/2012 Medical booked
22/06/2012 Medical done
11/07/2012 Packet 3 sent
28/07/2012 Packet 4 received - interview 02/08/2012
02/08/2012 Verbal "RFE" at embassy
16/08/2012 CR-1 visa in hand
14/11/2012 POE Forth Worth/Dallas Texas - No harassment or questions.

Removal of Conditions:

22/07/2014 Started researching

05/08/2014 Received notice from USCIS (sent to wrong address, so much for keeping your address updated via their website...)

21/08/2014 Posting I-751 to VSC

30/08/2014 Cheque cashed

06/09/2014 NOA (I-797) received

24/09/2014 Biometrics appointment

17/02/2015 RFE dated 12/02/2015

19/05/2015 Letter received for new greencard dated 12/05/2015

22/05/2015 New greencard in hand

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Hi there,

The next thing to expect is your NOA1. You wont' get a: "thank your for sending your I-130" or anything alike if that is what you were expecting. The confirmation that they got it, IS the credit card payment on your bank statement. There is a timeline on the US London embassy website that indicates what dates they are currently working on. If you filed 2 weeks ago you still have a lot of waiting to do. As you will be able to see on my timeline, we filed the 31st January and is still waiting for NOA1. It is like watching paint dry. At least you doing it with all of us and your not alone. :)

Thanks for the reply Keeto.

I was expecting to get a ' we have received your i130' letter or email but guess we will just have to wait now.

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Macrowe, I pm'ed you about this "advice" I gave you.... B-)


IR1/CR1 Visa: - DCF at London Embassy:

20/02/2011 Engaged in London.
06/07/2011 Notification of marriage received from council.
02/09/2011 Happily married!
25/01/2012 I-130 Posted to London USCIS
31/01/2012 I-130 Sent back - fees have changed to $420 - updated the VJ DCF Wiki with the correct link.
Never received NOA 1
09/05/2012 NOA2 (127 Days)
15/05/2012 DS-230 posted
15/06/2012 Packet 3 received
15/06/2012 Medical booked
22/06/2012 Medical done
11/07/2012 Packet 3 sent
28/07/2012 Packet 4 received - interview 02/08/2012
02/08/2012 Verbal "RFE" at embassy
16/08/2012 CR-1 visa in hand
14/11/2012 POE Forth Worth/Dallas Texas - No harassment or questions.

Removal of Conditions:

22/07/2014 Started researching

05/08/2014 Received notice from USCIS (sent to wrong address, so much for keeping your address updated via their website...)

21/08/2014 Posting I-751 to VSC

30/08/2014 Cheque cashed

06/09/2014 NOA (I-797) received

24/09/2014 Biometrics appointment

17/02/2015 RFE dated 12/02/2015

19/05/2015 Letter received for new greencard dated 12/05/2015

22/05/2015 New greencard in hand

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