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Hi wanna ask if normal lang na mkatanggap kme ng notice of action na ung notice type is receipt? What does it meanm

Translation to English for non-Tagalog speakers:

Hi wanna ask if its normal to receive a notice of action that has the notice type of "receipt". 

I assume you are referring to the form I-797C, which is the standard form used by the USCIS to notify filers of action taken on a particular case (hence the "I-797C, Notice of Action" written in the top right hand corner of the form).

The notice type is "Receipt", I assume, because there is payment information listed on the form, like:

  • Application/Petition Fee
  • Biometrics Fee
  • Other Fees

This basically means that the I-797C form that was sent to you serves as an official receipt of payment. Typically with i-130 immigrant petitions and K1 fiance applications this will be the first notice of action (NOA-1) and means that your case has been received and is in queue for further processing. Its good news!

I-612 Waiver of J1 Two Year Rule
12/31/2011 - Wife Entered U.S. on J-1 visa, Foreign Residence Requirement Applies
9/28/2013 - Married in the U.S.
7/23/2014 - NOA1 form I-612 for Waiver of the Foreign Residence Requirement (Basis: Extreme Hardship)
8/8/2014 - RFE Received
11/14/2014 - NOA2 I-612 Waiver Denied, Could not establish hardship
12/15/2014 - Sent another I-612 packet to U.S. Dept of state (Basis: No-Objection Statement)
12/15/2014 - Sent in application to Philippines Govt. for No-Objection Statement
1/14/2015 - No Objection Statement granted
4 months of waiting - The Philippines Govt. forgot about us!!!!
5/8/2015 - After multiple calls and emails the No Objection Statement was finally transmitted to DOS
6/4/2015 - I-612 Waiver APPROVED!

IR-1 Visa
6/3/2015 - Sent I-130 to Phoenix Locbox
6/4/2015 - NOA1
108 Days of waiting
9/22/2015 - NOA2
9/24/2015 - Case sent to NVC
10/1/2015 - Case received at NVC
10/14/2015 - Case number assigned
10/15/2015 - AOS Fee Paid online
10/19/2015 - CEAC AOS Fee status changed to "Paid" - AOS and IV packets sent to NVC
10/27/2015 - DS-261 was reviewed over the phone
10/29/2015 - DS-261 confirmed complete (over phone) and IV Bill Received - Paid online immediately "In Process"
10/30/2015 - Scan Date
11/2/2015 - IV Bill marked "Paid" and DS-260 completed

12/4/2015 - Case Complete (need to bring 1 corrected doc to Embassy)

1/6/15 - Medical Exam Complete

1/19/2015 - Interview Date

1/22/2015 - Visa Received (yellow envelope damaged)

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