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I wonder if anybody can help here please, My fiancee and I have just recived yet another RFE we had one dated the 4th jan and she has just recived another dated the 7th jan. is this normal?? or what does it mean ??


Petitioner: Wifey! (US born citizen)
Beneficiary: Hubby! (British born)


[Feburary 2010] Met
[04/05/2010] Began talking
[05/07/2010] Start of our relationship together
[10/01/2011] Met in person for the 1st time in the UK
[10/14/2011] Officially engaged!
[April 2012] Found an attorney
[May 2012] Began I-129F
[05/31/2012] Attorney mailed I-129F
[06/04/2012] Email confirmation of Application/Petition received
[06/07/2012] Check cleared in Dallas
[06/11/2012] NOA1 received in mail
[09/15/2012] Went back to the UK to see my fiance
[01/07/2013] Received RFE
[02/12/2013] Vermont Received RFE Response
[02/18/2013] Petition APPROVED (259 Days)
[03/01/2013] Received at NVC
[03/05/2013] Left NVC
[03/15/2013] Arrived at Consulate in London
[03/29/2013] Received Packet 3
[04/08/2013] Sent Packet 3
[04/15/2013] Fiance's medical in London

[05/01/2013] Received Packet 4

[05/20/2013] Interview!!!

[05/20/2013] VISA APPROVED

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I wonder if anybody can help here please, My fiancee and I have just recived yet another RFE we had one dated the 4th jan and she has just recived another dated the 7th jan. is this normal?? or what does it mean ??

If you tell us what they say, we can tell you what they mean.


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On January 4, 2013, we mailed a notice requesting additional evidence or information in this case I129F PETITION FOR FIANCE(E). Please follow the instructions on the notice to submit the requested information.

On January 7, 2013, we mailed a notice requesting additional evidence or information in this case I129F PETITION FOR FIANCE(E). Please follow the instructions on the notice to submit the requested information.

Both the same thing


Petitioner: Wifey! (US born citizen)
Beneficiary: Hubby! (British born)


[Feburary 2010] Met
[04/05/2010] Began talking
[05/07/2010] Start of our relationship together
[10/01/2011] Met in person for the 1st time in the UK
[10/14/2011] Officially engaged!
[April 2012] Found an attorney
[May 2012] Began I-129F
[05/31/2012] Attorney mailed I-129F
[06/04/2012] Email confirmation of Application/Petition received
[06/07/2012] Check cleared in Dallas
[06/11/2012] NOA1 received in mail
[09/15/2012] Went back to the UK to see my fiance
[01/07/2013] Received RFE
[02/12/2013] Vermont Received RFE Response
[02/18/2013] Petition APPROVED (259 Days)
[03/01/2013] Received at NVC
[03/05/2013] Left NVC
[03/15/2013] Arrived at Consulate in London
[03/29/2013] Received Packet 3
[04/08/2013] Sent Packet 3
[04/15/2013] Fiance's medical in London

[05/01/2013] Received Packet 4

[05/20/2013] Interview!!!

[05/20/2013] VISA APPROVED

an1cHmr-O6k0610MzM0MDg2bHw4NzY2NmxhfHdlX

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that's all they say? they don't list specific documents to submit?

judging by your timeline, you're still in the USCIS stage. if this is all the RFE's say, and don't mention specific documents to send, then I would call the national USCIS hotline and speak with a representative.

Nevermind... you must have gotten those notices from the online status checker. Wait until you receive the letters in the mail to see what they say.

Apparently you didn't include a required document, there was an error on one of the documents, or they want more evidence.

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We called them the other day asking what they are wanting, they said we have to wait for the hard copy to arrive, my question is though we recived another 4 days after the first is this normal ?


Petitioner: Wifey! (US born citizen)
Beneficiary: Hubby! (British born)


[Feburary 2010] Met
[04/05/2010] Began talking
[05/07/2010] Start of our relationship together
[10/01/2011] Met in person for the 1st time in the UK
[10/14/2011] Officially engaged!
[April 2012] Found an attorney
[May 2012] Began I-129F
[05/31/2012] Attorney mailed I-129F
[06/04/2012] Email confirmation of Application/Petition received
[06/07/2012] Check cleared in Dallas
[06/11/2012] NOA1 received in mail
[09/15/2012] Went back to the UK to see my fiance
[01/07/2013] Received RFE
[02/12/2013] Vermont Received RFE Response
[02/18/2013] Petition APPROVED (259 Days)
[03/01/2013] Received at NVC
[03/05/2013] Left NVC
[03/15/2013] Arrived at Consulate in London
[03/29/2013] Received Packet 3
[04/08/2013] Sent Packet 3
[04/15/2013] Fiance's medical in London

[05/01/2013] Received Packet 4

[05/20/2013] Interview!!!

[05/20/2013] VISA APPROVED

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those are not RFEs.

Those are NOTICE of RFEs, sent out via email or listed in the USCIS online portal in the casefile status section.

The USCitizen petitioner will NEVER, EVER know the details on the RFE

without

receiving the postal notification

and

reading the postal notification

so... my thoughts to you is ...

Wait another 2 weeks for the TWO RFEs to arrive via postal mail,

then ask yer petitioner to scan them, email to you,

then YOU redact each one, post it here.

Good Luck !


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Doesn't the letter include some kind of specific instructions as to any additional information they are requesting? Or you haven't received the hard copy yet? If so, just sit tight and get what they ask for when you get the notice. It may just be a duplicate of the first RFE, you won't know until you get the letter.


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It might just be a dup or they could want multiple different evidences. Wait for the hard copies and see what they say. They should be fairly straight forward. If not, just call USCIS to see what they mean or post on here and we'll be more than happy to help! :)

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I wonder if anybody can help here please, My fiancee and I have just recived yet another RFE we had one dated the 4th jan and she has just recived another dated the 7th jan. is this normal?? or what does it mean ??

Probably the same request.

When you look over your complete copy of the petition that you made prior to filing, what do you find wrong or missing?


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

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On January 4, 2013, we mailed a notice requesting additional evidence or information in this case I129F PETITION FOR FIANCE(E). Please follow the instructions on the notice to submit the requested information.

On January 7, 2013, we mailed a notice requesting additional evidence or information in this case I129F PETITION FOR FIANCE(E). Please follow the instructions on the notice to submit the requested information.

Both the same thing

So you do not have two RFEs. Wait to see. I suspect it is a duplicate notification, though it IS possible they sent one out and then discovered something else that wes missing. They usually try to get everything in one RFE.


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