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Cancel K1 due to US fiancee moving?,

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Hi, first time posting on VJ and I have a question myself and my fiancee are wondering:

I'm currently in Vancouver, and she's currently in Dallas but is interviewing for positions in Seattle. The TSC (for Texan applicants) wait times are 200+ days between NOA1 and NOA2, while the CSC (for Washington applicants) wait times look to be less than a month. If we send in our K1 now and have it go to TSC, can we cancel it and reapply if she ends up moving to Seattle within that timeframe so that we can have our application go through the CSC which is considerably faster? Are there any negative effects to us doing this?

Thanks!

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cancelling is not as easy as it seems. You are better off waiting to file your petition when your SO moves to Seattle. Verify with other VJers in the State of Washington to make sure their petitions are sent to the CSC.

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Cancelling cant be that difficult, can it? Especially when doing so would allow us to (most likely) have our application go through CSC which gets NOA1->NOA2 done in a tenth of the time vs TSC.

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Hi, first time posting on VJ and I have a question myself and my fiancee are wondering:

I'm currently in Vancouver, and she's currently in Dallas but is interviewing for positions in Seattle. The TSC (for Texan applicants) wait times are 200+ days between NOA1 and NOA2, while the CSC (for Washington applicants) wait times look to be less than a month. If we send in our K1 now and have it go to TSC, can we cancel it and reapply if she ends up moving to Seattle within that timeframe so that we can have our application go through the CSC which is considerably faster? Are there any negative effects to us doing this?

Thanks!

what you are saying makes no sense.

You are going send $340 with your petition to TSC. Wait for your girlfriend to move to Washington, cancel it (which, for all intents and purposes, you do not know how long it will take for them to respond to your request), and resend the same petition and an additional $340 so that you can be going to the CSC? That makes zero sense. Why don't you get everything together and file the application from Washington as soon as you have an address there. You are not saving time by sending it to the TSC and then cancelling it.

Edited by ascertainLovE

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Because the petitioner and beneficiary will remain the same, I don't believe you can cancel the petition only to refile it again. As others have said, I would wait until your S.O. moves to Washington.


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