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I called today to find out that my I-864 had been processed but they are sending me back a checklist and that I need to re-do the I-864 because...:

General Instructions
[x] Please complete your form in black ink.
we completed the form electronically , why do i have to complete it in a blank ink?
I-864, Affidavit of Support Checklist
[x] The Affidavit of Support is an important legal contract between you and the U.S. government. During our review,
we identified one or more sections that were either incomplete or contained incorrect information. Please review the
additional instructions below then complete and submit a new Affidavit of Support. You can download the I-864
form and instructions at http://www.uscis.gov/i-864.
what this means? where is the mistake?
In Part 3, Information on the Immigrant(s) You are sponsoring, please correct the following...
[x] Item 7. The total number of immigrants listed in Item 7 must equal the number of immigrants listed in Part 3, Items
1 through 6.f.
We answered 1 the same answer in part 3 ( just 1 principal immigrant) no other immigrant how should i answer this question?
the other parts with a Black bar, i think the Black bar means that part is ok, i'm right?
Thank you for help , i'll call NVC, just want to know at least what should i ask for

I-751 

December 08, 2015: Sent I-751 to California service center

December 09, 2015: Package Delivered

December 14, 2015: Received NOA1

December 26, 2015: Received Bio Appt Letter

January 07, 2016: Bio Appt

July 18, 2016: Approval Decision Taken

July 21, 2016: Received NOA2                                     

N-400

January 23, 2017: Sent N-400 to Phoenix Lock box

January 24, 2017: Package Delivered

February 03, 2017: Received NOA1

February 10, 2017: Received Bio Appt Letter

February 24, 2017: Bio Appt

March 01, 2017: Inline For Interview

May 30, 2017: Received Interview Letter 

June 29, 2017: Interview (decision cannot be made, have to wait)

August 31,  2017: Decision taken( Found out online the status changed may be it was changed 2d )

September 11, 2017: Received Oath letter.

September 20, 2017: Oath

Thanks.

 

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I-751 

December 08, 2015: Sent I-751 to California service center

December 09, 2015: Package Delivered

December 14, 2015: Received NOA1

December 26, 2015: Received Bio Appt Letter

January 07, 2016: Bio Appt

July 18, 2016: Approval Decision Taken

July 21, 2016: Received NOA2                                     

N-400

January 23, 2017: Sent N-400 to Phoenix Lock box

January 24, 2017: Package Delivered

February 03, 2017: Received NOA1

February 10, 2017: Received Bio Appt Letter

February 24, 2017: Bio Appt

March 01, 2017: Inline For Interview

May 30, 2017: Received Interview Letter 

June 29, 2017: Interview (decision cannot be made, have to wait)

August 31,  2017: Decision taken( Found out online the status changed may be it was changed 2d )

September 11, 2017: Received Oath letter.

September 20, 2017: Oath

Thanks.

 

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Double check that since only the person being sponsored is the spouse, that only Part 3, #1 is checked as Yes, that there are no other marks/writing in any of the boxes in 2-6f, and that #7 says "1".

If all of those were already done, call and check to see what they say. Otherwise, just resend it.


31 May 2013 - Sent I-130 to Phoenix Lockbox

03 Jun 2013 - USPS shows package as received

06 Jun 2013 - Received text and email with receipt number

08 Jun 2013 - Received paper I-797C. Received and Priority date - June 3. Notice date - June 5.

17 Dec 2013 - Transferred to Nebraska Service Center.

04 Mar 2014 - I-130 approved

05 Mar 2014 - I-130 shipped to NVC/DOS

17 Mar 2014 - Received by NVC

16 Apr 2014 - Case number assigned

22 Apr 2014 - DS-261 available and completed

23 Apr 2014 - AOS invoice email received
25 Apr 2014 - AOS fee available and paid

26 Apr 2014 - AOS packet sent (delivered 28 Apr, NVC system received 30 Apr)

30 Apr 2014 - IV invoice email received; fee available and paid
01 May 2014 - IV packet sent (delivered 02 May, NVC system received 05 May)

02 May 2014 - DS-260 available and completed

20 May 2014 - received AOS checklist (left mail address blank on I-864EZ)

22 May 2014 - checklist response delivered

27 May 2014 - NVC system received checklist

27 May 2014 - false checklist received

26 Jun 2014 - NVC case complete

10 Jul 2014 - interview scheduled (per phone call)

14 Jul 2014 - receive interview notification email

06 Aug 2014 - interview (approved); visa issued

08 Aug 2014 - passport/visa delivered

30 Aug 2014 - point of entry

10 Sep 2014 - social security card delivered

29 Sep 2014 - green card delivered

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I called today to find out that my I-864 had been processed but they are sending me back a checklist and that I need to re-do the I-864 because...:

General Instructions
[x] Please complete your form in black ink.
we completed the form electronically , why do i have to complete it in a blank ink?
I-864, Affidavit of Support Checklist
[x] The Affidavit of Support is an important legal contract between you and the U.S. government. During our review,
we identified one or more sections that were either incomplete or contained incorrect information. Please review the
additional instructions below then complete and submit a new Affidavit of Support. You can download the I-864
form and instructions at http://www.uscis.gov/i-864.
what this means? where is the mistake?
In Part 3, Information on the Immigrant(s) You are sponsoring, please correct the following...
[x] Item 7. The total number of immigrants listed in Item 7 must equal the number of immigrants listed in Part 3, Items
1 through 6.f.
We answered 1 the same answer in part 3 ( just 1 principal immigrant) no other immigrant how should i answer this question?
the other parts with a Black bar, i think the Black bar means that part is ok, i'm right?
Thank you for help , i'll call NVC, just want to know at least what should i ask for

Was it signed in black ink?

Did you enter any names into part 3 or just check off Part 3, Q1 as Yes?

The rest should be blank if you are only sponsoring the beneficiary and no one else.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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Was it signed in black ink?

Did you enter any names into part 3 or just check off Part 3, Q1 as Yes?

The rest should be blank if you are only sponsoring the beneficiary and no one else.

Part2.. black bar

Part4...black bar.

Part5...black bar.

Part6...black bar.

Part9...black bar.

The Form I-864 we received was missing the following page(s). Please ensure you include all nine pages when you
resubmit the form.
blak bar

when i filled out with my husband (petitiner) the form we checked ( yes )in part 3 Q1 and entered 1 in total number Q7 ( im just the only beneficiary ) there is no other immigrant , is this correct? when i asked my husband todayif he forgt to enter number 1 he told me he entered 2 why ? i dont know why , this is crazy !

for the other (marks) i d ont know what is the answer !

Blak bar means the part is correct ?

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I-751 

December 08, 2015: Sent I-751 to California service center

December 09, 2015: Package Delivered

December 14, 2015: Received NOA1

December 26, 2015: Received Bio Appt Letter

January 07, 2016: Bio Appt

July 18, 2016: Approval Decision Taken

July 21, 2016: Received NOA2                                     

N-400

January 23, 2017: Sent N-400 to Phoenix Lock box

January 24, 2017: Package Delivered

February 03, 2017: Received NOA1

February 10, 2017: Received Bio Appt Letter

February 24, 2017: Bio Appt

March 01, 2017: Inline For Interview

May 30, 2017: Received Interview Letter 

June 29, 2017: Interview (decision cannot be made, have to wait)

August 31,  2017: Decision taken( Found out online the status changed may be it was changed 2d )

September 11, 2017: Received Oath letter.

September 20, 2017: Oath

Thanks.

 

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I think so. They are new checklists to go with the new I-864 I assume. I suggest you submit the whole thing over again with the page he messed up on as corrected, making sure he signs in black ink, and using the bar coded cover sheet they sent you. To make sure that he prints it out properly he should set the printer to black and white or greyscale only.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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I think so. They are new checklists to go with the new I-864 I assume. I suggest you submit the whole thing over again with the page he messed up on as corrected, making sure he signs in black ink, and using the bar coded cover sheet they sent you. To make sure that he prints it out properly he should set the printer to black and white or greyscale only.

Thank you for you appreciate help :)


I-751 

December 08, 2015: Sent I-751 to California service center

December 09, 2015: Package Delivered

December 14, 2015: Received NOA1

December 26, 2015: Received Bio Appt Letter

January 07, 2016: Bio Appt

July 18, 2016: Approval Decision Taken

July 21, 2016: Received NOA2                                     

N-400

January 23, 2017: Sent N-400 to Phoenix Lock box

January 24, 2017: Package Delivered

February 03, 2017: Received NOA1

February 10, 2017: Received Bio Appt Letter

February 24, 2017: Bio Appt

March 01, 2017: Inline For Interview

May 30, 2017: Received Interview Letter 

June 29, 2017: Interview (decision cannot be made, have to wait)

August 31,  2017: Decision taken( Found out online the status changed may be it was changed 2d )

September 11, 2017: Received Oath letter.

September 20, 2017: Oath

Thanks.

 

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Oh you probably do not need to send the supporting evidence again, just the I-864. They will add it to your case.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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Oh you probably do not need to send the supporting evidence again, just the I-864. They will add it to your case.

yes, new signed , dated, and completed i-864 form (complete all questions even the correct Q with the change noted in the cover letter) + barcoded cover sheet and the cover letter they have sent biggrin.png


I-751 

December 08, 2015: Sent I-751 to California service center

December 09, 2015: Package Delivered

December 14, 2015: Received NOA1

December 26, 2015: Received Bio Appt Letter

January 07, 2016: Bio Appt

July 18, 2016: Approval Decision Taken

July 21, 2016: Received NOA2                                     

N-400

January 23, 2017: Sent N-400 to Phoenix Lock box

January 24, 2017: Package Delivered

February 03, 2017: Received NOA1

February 10, 2017: Received Bio Appt Letter

February 24, 2017: Bio Appt

March 01, 2017: Inline For Interview

May 30, 2017: Received Interview Letter 

June 29, 2017: Interview (decision cannot be made, have to wait)

August 31,  2017: Decision taken( Found out online the status changed may be it was changed 2d )

September 11, 2017: Received Oath letter.

September 20, 2017: Oath

Thanks.

 

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yes, new signed , dated, and completed i-864 form (complete all questions even the correct Q with the change noted in the cover letter) + barcoded cover sheet and the cover letter they have sent biggrin.png

Hi.. I have d same problem.. can I ask if ur husband sent again all d supporting documents + form I-864??

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You don't need to send all the supporting documents again. Just send the new form with corrected item and of course with signature. We received a checklist too but it's part 5 on item no. 8. And I put our case number on the upper right hand on all documents we are sending them just in case they will misplaced one of the pages. :)

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