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RE-AFFIRMATION OF I130 PETITION

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I would like to know whether after USCIS had Re-affirmed a case, Will the person be asked to make another visa payment which is the $400 or I don't have to pay anything to the consulate in my country...Also it is automatic that an affirmed case by the USCIS will result in an automatic visa given by the consulate? Thanks to everyone and will be expecting a reply...

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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It would help if we knew your country.

Some countries are more difficult then others

You can be denied again...it is rare but it can be denied again.


May 24, 2011 NOA1

Sept 11, 2011 NOA2-took 19 days to get case number

Sept 30, 2011 NVC number and IIN received Friday-gotta wait till Monday

Oct 13, 2011 Case Completed- 13 days from receiving case number Took 32 days from NOA2

Nov 30, 2011 Notified of Interview date

January 19, 2012 Interview- 240 days from NOA1

INTERVIEW RESULTS-APPROVED WITH 14 WEEKS AP--but he got his visa in 56 days!!!!!!

PLEASE EDIT YOUR TIMELINE IN YOUR PROFILE SO OTHERS CAN LEARN HOW LONG EACH STEP TAKES IN THIS PROCESS

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I would like to know whether after USCIS had Re-affirmed a case, Will the person be asked to make another visa payment which is the $400 or I don't have to pay anything to the consulate in my country...Also it is automatic that an affirmed case by the USCIS will result in an automatic visa given by the consulate? Thanks to everyone and will be expecting a reply...

The IV Fee is $240 which you will need to pay during the NVC Process, plus there are also other fees which comes during the CR1/IR1 process. You can check all process here:

http://www.visajourney.com/examples/NVC_Process_Flowchart_v1-2.pdf

The affirmed case by USCIS doesn't give you automatic visa, or guarantee. USCIS and Embassy are two different entities and operate differently. While USCIS approves the petition it is up to the CO at the embassy to determine eligibility for the Visa, USCIS doesn't do that.

Also issued visa by the embassy doesn't guarantee admittance to the US, it is only an authorization to go to US, however it will be up to the DHS, whether to allow or deny entry.

Hope this answers some of your question.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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no to both questions.


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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Filed: Other Country: China
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I would like to know whether after USCIS had Re-affirmed a case, Will the person be asked to make another visa payment which is the $400 or I don't have to pay anything to the consulate in my country...Also it is automatic that an affirmed case by the USCIS will result in an automatic visa given by the consulate? Thanks to everyone and will be expecting a reply...

No, you don't pay another petition filing fee or visa application fee. No, it is NOT automatic that a re-affirmed case by USCIS will result in a visa. It is far from RARE that the visa is denied at the second interview.

The IV Fee is $240 which you will need to pay during the NVC Process, plus there are also other fees which comes during the CR1/IR1 process. You can check all process here:

http://www.visajourn...wchart_v1-2.pdf

The affirmed case by USCIS doesn't give you automatic visa, or guarantee. USCIS and Embassy are two different entities and operate differently. While USCIS approves the petition it is up to the CO at the embassy to determine eligibility for the Visa, USCIS doesn't do that.

Also issued visa by the embassy doesn't guarantee admittance to the US, it is only an authorization to go to US, however it will be up to the DHS, whether to allow or deny entry.

Hope this answers some of your question.

For a re-affirmed petition, all those fees have already been paid. None of them are paid again.


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