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Filed: Country: Cameroon
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Hi first off i am so glad that I found out about this site but am a little bummed out that, its after I sent in my petition for my fiancee. I think that my petition will get delayed because I sent in the package with no proof of having met my fiancee within the last two years. I just filled out the little designated area that was allocated on the form. I did not include copy of my passport or copy my plane tickets or any photos.The form did not say they needed all of that, but after looking through this site I was amazed with the amount of info that I should have sent in. I was wondering if i can still send in this information even thought it has not yet been requested in hopes of shortening the processing time. :help:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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Hi first off i am so glad that I found out about this site but am a little bummed out that, its after I sent in my petition for my fiancee. I think that my petition will get delayed because I sent in the package with no proof of having met my fiancee within the last two years. I just filled out the little designated area that was allocated on the form. I did not include copy of my passport or copy my plane tickets or any photos.The form did not say they needed all of that, but after looking through this site I was amazed with the amount of info that I should have sent in. I was wondering if i can still send in this information even thought it has not yet been requested in hopes of shortening the processing time. :help:

It's not advised to sent any extra information until you get asked for it formally; because they have no way to match whatever you send, to your existing file.

I'm afraid, all you can do is wait. What's done is done and you'll be able to remedy it later... In the meantime, I invite you to read the guides and to get acquainted with the process. What you sent will not be the last piece of information you'll have to gather, and every document is crucial to the process.

Good luck on your journey! good.gif

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No. Do not send any extra evidence without them specifically requesting it. There have been a couple of success stories of people doing this, but it's not recommended at all. Chances are high that the information you provide will never be matched up with your original petition and you'll receive a Request for Evidence (RFE) anyway.

My advice is to sit tight, wait for the RFE that will definitely be coming, and be prepared to send back the evidence they request as soon as possible. Once they receive your RFE response, it's generally only a few weeks before you receive your approval. So you're not going to lose a lot of time as long as you respond to it promptly.

Good luck. :)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Switzerland
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Hi first off i am so glad that I found out about this site but am a little bummed out that, its after I sent in my petition for my fiancee. I think that my petition will get delayed because I sent in the package with no proof of having met my fiancee within the last two years. I just filled out the little designated area that was allocated on the form. I did not include copy of my passport or copy my plane tickets or any photos.The form did not say they needed all of that, but after looking through this site I was amazed with the amount of info that I should have sent in. I was wondering if i can still send in this information even thought it has not yet been requested in hopes of shortening the processing time. :help:

You just did not read the instruction for I-129F, they did listed everything that you could of sent with the petition forms itself. They can deny your petition and you need to apply again with all of the proof and whatever needed to meet the requirement.


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You just did not read the instruction for I-129F, they did listed everything that you could of sent with the petition forms itself. They can deny your petition and you need to apply again with all of the proof and whatever needed to meet the requirement.

They will not deny a petition because it is missing a piece of evidence. That is what the RFE is for. If the RFE is not responded to, or not responded to properly, then yes, it could possibly be denied. But there's no need to scare someone who simply missed a piece of evidence into thinking they're facing a flat-out denial. They're not.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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RFE! I survived mine it's not that bad just a delay. Read up on VJ, gather the evidence you should have sent now so you can respond to the RFE as soon as you get it. Then sit back and wait.


Service Center: California Service Center

Consulate: Montreal, Canada

9/19/11: I-129F Sent

9/22/11: I-129F NOA1

2/8/12: I-129F RFE

3/5/12: I-129F RFE Reply Sent

(RFE details can be found here: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/365210-rfe-primary-vs-secondary-evidence-feed-back-please/)

3/14/12: I-129F NOA2 (Approved!)

3/20/12: NVC Received Petition

3/29/12: Petition Left NVC

4/19/12: Consulate Received Petition

4/30/12: Packet 3 Notification Received by Petitioner in US

5/11/12: Packet 3 Received by Beneficiary in Canada

5/28/12: Packet 3 Returned via DHL

6/5/12: Packet 3 Received by Consulate, said they'd emailed Packet 4 (haven't received)

8/2/12: Consulate Interview at Montreal

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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Hi first off i am so glad that I found out about this site but am a little bummed out that, its after I sent in my petition for my fiancee. I think that my petition will get delayed because I sent in the package with no proof of having met my fiancee within the last two years. I just filled out the little designated area that was allocated on the form. I did not include copy of my passport or copy my plane tickets or any photos.The form did not say they needed all of that, but after looking through this site I was amazed with the amount of info that I should have sent in. I was wondering if i can still send in this information even thought it has not yet been requested in hopes of shortening the processing time. :help:

Did you see 129F instructions? Also stated you need include G325, passport photos, proof of meeting, divorce decree, etc...

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