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forgot to front-load in I-130, should I do it with 129f?

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Thanks for everyone for your help.

I filed I-130 close to 3 month ago, but I didn't front-load any evidence (how much I regret). currently waiting for NOA2.

I am wondering if I should file a 129f (K3) with loads of evidence? From what I read from this forum, I learnt that:

1. no front-load is bad

2. probably I could still front-load during DS-230 phase with pdf.

3. 129f may delay the NOA2, but will do the front-load job.

So, I am wondering whether I should file 129f or not. If I file, the good is it will do a front-load, the bad is probably I have to wait longer, but how much longer? I am not sure. Some said the I-130 will be pulled out of the waiting queue, and put back at the END of the queue? how frustrating...

Thanks.

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filed 3 months ago?

add 3 more months to the waiting then, so 5,6 months more on any new I-129F , total of 8 to 9 months.

IMO, don't do this, as if there is any cause for RFE, you can quickly add more stuff then

and

it's less time (RFE response) than filing (and waiting on) an I-129F .

My list on frontloading for GUZ IV -> http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=218775&st=0&p=3324240&hl=Rusticentry3324240

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[sorry, to be clearer] -

that I-130 you gots so far will be pulled out of it's place in queue, put back at the end of the line . Then ya wait 5 to 6 more months.

You've been in line 3 months already, so in 2 more months, fear the worst, an RFE on the I-130,

then respond to IT and include yer pile of evidence THEN. Figure 4 to 5 weeks TOPS on the turn around on the RFE. Not so bad, compared to that thought on the I-129F. I still say don't submit an I-129F, at all, even given yer sitatuation.

If you sail through unscathed without an RFE, you've another shot with the DS-230 intake.

Good Luck !

Edited by Darnell

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