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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Netherlands
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My American fiancé received a letter from the us department of national visa center. It said that the NVC approved !129 F for me his future wife with my name and casenumber.

Is this the NOA2 or should we be looking for another form ? Because there is no mention on it that it is the NOA2.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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My American fiancé received a letter from the us department of national visa center. It said that the NVC approved !129 F for me his future wife with my name and casenumber.

Is this the NOA2 or should we be looking for another form ? Because there is no mention on it that it is the NOA2.

Please read carefully what your letter contains. You say that your letter is from the NVC. It sounds like the letter from the State Department's National Visa Center acknowledging receipt of your approved I-129F visa petition from USCIS. The NVC does not approve I-129F petitions, the NVC processes approved I-129F petitions it receives from USCIS, assigns a Department of State case file number and then forwards to the interviewing embassy/consulate. The USCIS does adjudicate I-129F petitions. The visa petition approval notice (NOA2/P2) would be Form I-797 from the USCIS.

You should consider contacting USCIS customer service if you got the NVC notice and have yet to receive a Form I-797 petition approval notice (NOA2/P2). The NOA2 notice will be required later on in the AOS process. The USCIS can assess a $405 fee for a duplicate, see: http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-824instr.pdf There are recent threads from other forum members who didn't obtain their NOA2 notices in a timely fashion, refer to them for more information.

Please carefully review your received documents.


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