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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Colombia
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Hello,

I have had a change of heart with my fiancee and have been searching where and how to withdraw my i129f petetion. I dont see many posts about this however Im sure it happens often enough with board members. Also members that have filed for several fiances in the past.

I have heard that you must fax in a letter, then send a notorized letter. The problem is the CSC has no listed fax number. Also should I send the notorized copy to the same address listed on the NOA1?

Any help would be appreciated as I want to expidite this withdrawal prior to getting the NOA2.

Anyone with have the fax number to CSC and or mailing address. Would an email be sufficent?

Thanks

Steve


Met in Medellin Colombia October 06

Was in Medellin 1 week every month for the the year

Married June 28th 07 Wedding in Bello ( applied for residence in Colombia, granted temporal residencia for 2 years.)

07/07/07 Sent i-130

07/17/07 NOA1

03/24/08 Touched

03/24/08 Called

04/17/08 Touched

04/23/08 Called again

05/14/08 Approved Email notification

08/14/07 I129f sent

09/20/07 NOA1

05/14/08 Approved Email notification

04/24/08 Touched

Need the i129 approval

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You can just simply let it expire on its own.

It will inevitably end up at the consulate where they will probably send out a packet to your XSO. She will be unable to comply with the packets requests since she will not have your I-134 nor your cooperation.

The petition will then eventually expire on the date shown on the NOA2.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Colombia
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Actually i beleive that is correct however with the new visa laws in effect it will count as an approval why waste an approval when you dont have to(only allowed 2 approvals every 2 years) not that I expect this happen again but hey you really never know. A withdrawal prior to NOA2 does not count as anything.

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You can just simply let it expire on its own.

It will inevitably end up at the consulate where they will probably send out a packet to your XSO. She will be unable to comply with the packets requests since she will not have your I-134 nor your cooperation.

The petition will then eventually expire on the date shown on the NOA2.


Met in Medellin Colombia October 06

Was in Medellin 1 week every month for the the year

Married June 28th 07 Wedding in Bello ( applied for residence in Colombia, granted temporal residencia for 2 years.)

07/07/07 Sent i-130

07/17/07 NOA1

03/24/08 Touched

03/24/08 Called

04/17/08 Touched

04/23/08 Called again

05/14/08 Approved Email notification

08/14/07 I129f sent

09/20/07 NOA1

05/14/08 Approved Email notification

04/24/08 Touched

Need the i129 approval

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1-800-375-5283

Immigratiion & Naturalization Services

California Service Center

P.O. Box 30111

Laguna Niguel, CA 92607-0111


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Steve,

Send a letter clearly identifying the case (including a copy of the Receipt Notice will help) and requesting withdrawal to the CSC, and hope that it catches up with the file before processing has been completed.

If the letter does not catch up, and the petition is approved, you may be able to head it off at the NVC. But more likely, if this (approval despite the letter) happens, you'll end up having the notify the consulate - send them a copy of what you sent earlier to the CSC.

Yodrak

Hello,

I have had a change of heart with my fiancee and have been searching where and how to withdraw my i129f petetion. I dont see many posts about this however Im sure it happens often enough with board members. Also members that have filed for several fiances in the past.

I have heard that you must fax in a letter, then send a notorized letter. The problem is the CSC has no listed fax number. Also should I send the notorized copy to the same address listed on the NOA1?

Any help would be appreciated as I want to expidite this withdrawal prior to getting the NOA2.

Anyone with have the fax number to CSC and or mailing address. Would an email be sufficent?

Thanks

Steve

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