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So both our K3 and I-130 were approved on July 13 and yesterday (August 3) my husband received the case number and invoiced number letter stating:

"More than one petition was filed for this beneficiary. The NVC has combined the petitions under the case number listed below" with the case number, petitioner and applicants name, visa category, priority date, U.S. Embassy listed below.

BUT the visa category mentioned is only K3 - SPOUSE OF US CITIZEN (No mention of I-130)

What does that mean? Should we be expecting another letter in a few days for I-130?

Also, when I went onto the NVC site and put my case and ID number, it asked me to fill out DS-160 first which is a non-immigrant visa form.

So I have following qustions:

1. Should we be expecting another letter from NVC for I-130?

2. Is there anyway to close K3 application as I want to go through the normal immigration process now?

3. Should I fill out DS - 160 or wait for the availability of DS - 261 and forget about DS - 160 completely?

Please HELP!


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USCIS

01/30/2015 - Husband mailed I-130 package to USCIS

02/02/2015 - NOA1 received, Nebraska Service Center

07/13/2015 - I-130 approved!!

07/20/2015 - USCIS sent case to NVC

NVC

07/24/2015 - NVC received

08/10/2015 - Case number assigned

08/13/2015 - Submitted DS-261

08/15/2015 - Paid AOS fee

09/01/2015 - Sent IV and AOS package

09/03/2015 - Scan date

09/09/2015 - Got DS-261 reviewed on call

09/10/2015 - IV bill available and paid the same day (currently "In Process")

09/11/2015 - IV bill status changed to "Paid"

09/15/2015 - Submitted DS - 260

09/28/2015 - Case Complete!!!

10/02/2015 - Received interview letter (P4) via e-mail (Interview date --- November 05, 2015)

Embassy

10/06/2015 - Medical done!

10/13/2015 - Received medical report

11/05/2015 - Interview (APPROVED!!!)

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So both our K3 and I-130 were approved on July 13 and yesterday (August 3) my husband received the case number and invoiced number letter stating:

"More than one petition was filed for this beneficiary. The NVC has combined the petitions under the case number listed below" with the case number, petitioner and applicants name, visa category, priority date, U.S. Embassy listed below.

BUT the visa category mentioned is only K3 - SPOUSE OF US CITIZEN (No mention of I-130)

What does that mean? Should we be expecting another letter in a few days for I-130?

Also, when I went onto the NVC site and put my case and ID number, it asked me to fill out DS-160 first which is a non-immigrant visa form.

So I have following qustions:

1. Should we be expecting another letter from NVC for I-130?

2. Is there anyway to close K3 application as I want to go through the normal immigration process now?

3. Should I fill out DS - 160 or wait for the availability of DS - 261 and forget about DS - 160 completely?

Please HELP!

As per my understanding, you will get only IR1 call as both cases were approved same time and they know that 2 petitions were filed. My case was different. I didnt file I-130 and I-129f same time. I took 3 months to file I-129f after filing 130.


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Dec 4, 2013: NOA1 I-130 Priority Date
Mar 5, 2014: NOA1 I-129f Priority Date
3 Service Requests, Lots of phone calls to tier 1 and tier 2, Info Pass, Congress Man, Emails to Nebraska and lots of frustration
Sep 10, 2014: NOA2 I-130 (After 9 months and 1 week)
Sep 11, 2014: NOA2 I-129f (After 6 months and 1 week)
Sep 26, 2014: I-130 Shipped to NVC
Oct 01, 2014: I-129f Shipped to NVC
------------NVC--------------------
Oct 08, 2014: I-130 Received at NVC
Oct 20, 2014: I-129f Received at NVC
Oct 20, 2014: Case # Assigned I-129f

Oct 28, 2014: Case # Assigned I-130
Oct 24, 2014: I-129f Case Sent to Islamabad Embassy

Oct 28, 2014: NVC Welcome Letter I-130 (via email)

Nov 08, 2014: Selected Agent
Nov 08, 2014: AOS Fee Paid Online ($120)

Dec 03, 2014: IV Invoice Email (AIVF FOR NEOPOST DS-1200)

Dec 08, 2014: IV Fee Paid Online ($325)

Dec 29, 2014: IV/AOS Packet received by NVC (FedEx confirmation)

--------Islamabad Embassy------------

Oct 28, 2014: Packet 3.5 (K3) Received (via email)

Nov 13, 2014: Documents Requested in Packet 3.5 (K3) Sent to ISLAMABAD Embassy

Dec 10, 2014: Got interview letter

Jan 06, 2015: Interview (Visa Approved)

Jan 08, 2015: Visa Issued (Online Status)

Jan 15, 2015: Paspport in hand via American Express

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I took K3 as IR1 was about to take 2 more months. I am in USA now and can tell you its worth waiting for 2 months and land on USA soil with your green card.

What makes you say that? Can you please elaborate more? Actually I don't have my passport in my hand at this time, will get it in about a week though.

What if NVC assigns a case number to my I-130 by then? Will I still be able to opt for K3 at that time?

I want to go with the immigration visa as well but my husband wants me in US ASAP. I want to give some solid reasons to him to allow me to go for my I-130 as it is a slow but steady and straight forward process.


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01/30/2015 - Husband mailed I-130 package to USCIS

02/02/2015 - NOA1 received, Nebraska Service Center

07/13/2015 - I-130 approved!!

07/20/2015 - USCIS sent case to NVC

NVC

07/24/2015 - NVC received

08/10/2015 - Case number assigned

08/13/2015 - Submitted DS-261

08/15/2015 - Paid AOS fee

09/01/2015 - Sent IV and AOS package

09/03/2015 - Scan date

09/09/2015 - Got DS-261 reviewed on call

09/10/2015 - IV bill available and paid the same day (currently "In Process")

09/11/2015 - IV bill status changed to "Paid"

09/15/2015 - Submitted DS - 260

09/28/2015 - Case Complete!!!

10/02/2015 - Received interview letter (P4) via e-mail (Interview date --- November 05, 2015)

Embassy

10/06/2015 - Medical done!

10/13/2015 - Received medical report

11/05/2015 - Interview (APPROVED!!!)

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What makes you say that? Can you please elaborate more? Actually I don't have my passport in my hand at this time, will get it in about a week though.

What if NVC assigns a case number to my I-130 by then? Will I still be able to opt for K3 at that time?

I want to go with the immigration visa as well but my husband wants me in US ASAP. I want to give some solid reasons to him to allow me to go for my I-130 as it is a slow but steady and straight forward process.

If you go K3 route:

You land with temp visa.

You can not work, get drivers license, open bank account, in short no identity you will have untill you get your employment authorization and social security.

You apply for adjustment of status to get green card, you apply for employment authorization

You apply for rentry permit to US as you can not leave or re-enter US after applying ajdustment of status

You pay $


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Dec 4, 2013: NOA1 I-130 Priority Date
Mar 5, 2014: NOA1 I-129f Priority Date
3 Service Requests, Lots of phone calls to tier 1 and tier 2, Info Pass, Congress Man, Emails to Nebraska and lots of frustration
Sep 10, 2014: NOA2 I-130 (After 9 months and 1 week)
Sep 11, 2014: NOA2 I-129f (After 6 months and 1 week)
Sep 26, 2014: I-130 Shipped to NVC
Oct 01, 2014: I-129f Shipped to NVC
------------NVC--------------------
Oct 08, 2014: I-130 Received at NVC
Oct 20, 2014: I-129f Received at NVC
Oct 20, 2014: Case # Assigned I-129f

Oct 28, 2014: Case # Assigned I-130
Oct 24, 2014: I-129f Case Sent to Islamabad Embassy

Oct 28, 2014: NVC Welcome Letter I-130 (via email)

Nov 08, 2014: Selected Agent
Nov 08, 2014: AOS Fee Paid Online ($120)

Dec 03, 2014: IV Invoice Email (AIVF FOR NEOPOST DS-1200)

Dec 08, 2014: IV Fee Paid Online ($325)

Dec 29, 2014: IV/AOS Packet received by NVC (FedEx confirmation)

--------Islamabad Embassy------------

Oct 28, 2014: Packet 3.5 (K3) Received (via email)

Nov 13, 2014: Documents Requested in Packet 3.5 (K3) Sent to ISLAMABAD Embassy

Dec 10, 2014: Got interview letter

Jan 06, 2015: Interview (Visa Approved)

Jan 08, 2015: Visa Issued (Online Status)

Jan 15, 2015: Paspport in hand via American Express

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What makes you say that? Can you please elaborate more? Actually I don't have my passport in my hand at this time, will get it in about a week though.

What if NVC assigns a case number to my I-130 by then? Will I still be able to opt for K3 at that time?

I want to go with the immigration visa as well but my husband wants me in US ASAP. I want to give some solid reasons to him to allow me to go for my I-130 as it is a slow but steady and straight forward process.

If you go K3 route:

You land with temp visa.

You can not work, get drivers license, open bank account, in short no identity you will have untill you get your employment authorization and social security.

You apply for adjustment of status to get green card, you apply for employment authorization

You apply for reentry permit to US as you can not leave or re-enter US after applying ajdustment of status

You pay $1000 fee

you wait 3-4 months to get your employment authorization

You apply social security after you get your employment authorization

You apply driver license after you get your employment authorization and social security.

You wait 7 to 10 months for your Adjustment of status interview and you both (husband wife) attend interview and present current supporting documents to prove that your relationship is genuine and if its less than 2 year after your marriage then you get conditional green card...the card you will get in Pakistan if you opt for IR1 route.

If you go IR1 Route:

You land with one year IR1 permanent visa.

In 2 week your green card and social security will be at your home. no paper work

You can get your driver license and open bank account and continue your life ... your have your identity...SIMPLE

Chosing between K3 and IR1 in most cases is not your choice...NVC will do it for your and i am sure they will dump the K3...even if K3 skid through just like iin my case. i would recommend dont follow it and wait for IR1.

Best wishes


-----------USCIS--------------------

Dec 4, 2013: NOA1 I-130 Priority Date
Mar 5, 2014: NOA1 I-129f Priority Date
3 Service Requests, Lots of phone calls to tier 1 and tier 2, Info Pass, Congress Man, Emails to Nebraska and lots of frustration
Sep 10, 2014: NOA2 I-130 (After 9 months and 1 week)
Sep 11, 2014: NOA2 I-129f (After 6 months and 1 week)
Sep 26, 2014: I-130 Shipped to NVC
Oct 01, 2014: I-129f Shipped to NVC
------------NVC--------------------
Oct 08, 2014: I-130 Received at NVC
Oct 20, 2014: I-129f Received at NVC
Oct 20, 2014: Case # Assigned I-129f

Oct 28, 2014: Case # Assigned I-130
Oct 24, 2014: I-129f Case Sent to Islamabad Embassy

Oct 28, 2014: NVC Welcome Letter I-130 (via email)

Nov 08, 2014: Selected Agent
Nov 08, 2014: AOS Fee Paid Online ($120)

Dec 03, 2014: IV Invoice Email (AIVF FOR NEOPOST DS-1200)

Dec 08, 2014: IV Fee Paid Online ($325)

Dec 29, 2014: IV/AOS Packet received by NVC (FedEx confirmation)

--------Islamabad Embassy------------

Oct 28, 2014: Packet 3.5 (K3) Received (via email)

Nov 13, 2014: Documents Requested in Packet 3.5 (K3) Sent to ISLAMABAD Embassy

Dec 10, 2014: Got interview letter

Jan 06, 2015: Interview (Visa Approved)

Jan 08, 2015: Visa Issued (Online Status)

Jan 15, 2015: Paspport in hand via American Express

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Well you do pay an immigrant fee and the hard copy green card takes a bit longer than 2 weeks, HOWEVER, it does not take anywhere near as long as adjusting your status.

K3 costs about twice as much as a CR1 and can take twice as long to get to green card. Which means longer to remove conditions, if applicable, and longer to citizenship, if desired.


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Saving 2 months, IMHO, is most of the time not worth it at all considering everything. (loss of income included.)

There are rare occasions when a k3 is more beneficial... For instance someone immigrated from Vancouver Canada and had small children. She was a stay at home mom so income wasn't an issue but cost of flying everyone to and from Montreal Canada was. For them, going the k3 route made perfect sense.


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Our journey:

Spoiler

September 2007: Met online via social networking site (MySpace); began exchanging messages.
March 26, 2009: We become a couple!
September 10, 2009: Arrived for first meeting in-person!
June 17, 2010: Arrived for second in-person meeting and start of travel together to other areas of China!
June 21, 2010: Engaged!!!
September 1, 2010: Switched course from K1 to CR-1
December 8, 2010: Wedding date set; it will be on February 18, 2011!
February 9, 2011: Depart for China
February 11, 2011: Registered for marriage in Wuhan, officially married!!!
February 18, 2011: Wedding ceremony in Shiyan!!!
April 22, 2011: Mailed I-130 to Chicago
April 28, 2011: Received NOA1 via text/email, file routed to CSC (priority date April 25th)
April 29, 2011: Updated
May 3, 2011: Received NOA1 hardcopy in mail
July 26, 2011: Received NOA2 via text/email!!!
July 30, 2011: Received NOA2 hardcopy in mail
August 8, 2011: NVC received file
September 1, 2011: NVC case number assigned
September 2, 2011: AOS invoice received, OPTIN email for EP sent
September 7, 2011: Paid AOS bill (payment portal showed PAID on September 9, 2011)
September 8, 2011: OPTIN email accepted, GZO number assigned
September 10, 2011: Emailed AOS package
September 12, 2011: IV bill invoiced
September 13, 2011: Paid IV bill (payment portal showed PAID on September 14, 2011)
September 14, 2011: Emailed IV package
October 3, 2011: Emailed checklist response (checklist generated due to typo on Form DS-230)
October 6, 2011: Case complete at NVC
November 10, 2011: Interview - APPROVED!!!
December 7, 2011: POE - Sea-Tac Airport

September 17, 2013: Mailed I-751 to CSC

September 23, 2013: Received NOA1 in mail (receipt date September 19th)

October 16, 2013: Biometrics Appointment

January 28, 2014: Production of new Green Card ordered

February 3, 2014: New Green Card received; done with USCIS until fall of 2023*

 

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If you go K3 route:

You land with temp visa.

You can not work, get drivers license, open bank account, in short no identity you will have untill you get your employment authorization and social security.

You apply for adjustment of status to get green card, you apply for employment authorization

You apply for reentry permit to US as you can not leave or re-enter US after applying ajdustment of status

You pay $1000 fee

you wait 3-4 months to get your employment authorization

You apply social security after you get your employment authorization

You apply driver license after you get your employment authorization and social security.

You wait 7 to 10 months for your Adjustment of status interview and you both (husband wife) attend interview and present current supporting documents to prove that your relationship is genuine and if its less than 2 year after your marriage then you get conditional green card...the card you will get in Pakistan if you opt for IR1 route.

If you go IR1 Route:

You land with one year IR1 permanent visa.

In 2 week your green card and social security will be at your home. no paper work

You can get your driver license and open bank account and continue your life ... your have your identity...SIMPLE

Chosing between K3 and IR1 in most cases is not your choice...NVC will do it for your and i am sure they will dump the K3...even if K3 skid through just like iin my case. i would recommend dont follow it and wait for IR1.

Best wishes

So what do you suggest I should do at this point? To let you know a bit about my case background:

Our case was received by NVC only July 24th then we received a letter from NVC (same as yours) on August 3rd (dated:July 30). Since then, we haven't heard anything from NVC.

Should we wait for I-130 Welcome Letter?

Can we choose between CR1 and K-3 at this point?

Also, when did you submit DS-160 (the non-immigrant visa application)? That needs to be submitted once we hear from Islamabad US Consulate, right?


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USCIS

01/30/2015 - Husband mailed I-130 package to USCIS

02/02/2015 - NOA1 received, Nebraska Service Center

07/13/2015 - I-130 approved!!

07/20/2015 - USCIS sent case to NVC

NVC

07/24/2015 - NVC received

08/10/2015 - Case number assigned

08/13/2015 - Submitted DS-261

08/15/2015 - Paid AOS fee

09/01/2015 - Sent IV and AOS package

09/03/2015 - Scan date

09/09/2015 - Got DS-261 reviewed on call

09/10/2015 - IV bill available and paid the same day (currently "In Process")

09/11/2015 - IV bill status changed to "Paid"

09/15/2015 - Submitted DS - 260

09/28/2015 - Case Complete!!!

10/02/2015 - Received interview letter (P4) via e-mail (Interview date --- November 05, 2015)

Embassy

10/06/2015 - Medical done!

10/13/2015 - Received medical report

11/05/2015 - Interview (APPROVED!!!)

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So what do you suggest I should do at this point? To let you know a bit about my case background:

Our case was received by NVC only July 24th then we received a letter from NVC (same as yours) on August 3rd (dated:July 30). Since then, we haven't heard anything from NVC.

Should we wait for I-130 Welcome Letter?

Can we choose between CR1 and K-3 at this point?

Also, when did you submit DS-160 (the non-immigrant visa application)? That needs to be submitted once we hear from Islamabad US Consulate, right?

I am not aware of following situation so can not comment:

"More than one petition was filed for this beneficiary. The NVC has combined the petitions under the case number listed below" with the case number, petitioner and applicants name, visa category, priority date, U.S. Embassy listed below.

As per my experience, i got two case numbers, one for I-129f and other I-130. Both cases processed separately due to the fact my i-129f received 14 days before i-130 by NVC and next day that file was sent to ISL embassy and it received there in few days not later than a week.

Even after i landed USA, my I-130 case was alive and i got interview letter which i didn't attend as i was already in US. But in your as and that above text received by NVC i recommend you to call NVC and ask about both case numbers, that will clear any confusion.

Best


-----------USCIS--------------------

Dec 4, 2013: NOA1 I-130 Priority Date
Mar 5, 2014: NOA1 I-129f Priority Date
3 Service Requests, Lots of phone calls to tier 1 and tier 2, Info Pass, Congress Man, Emails to Nebraska and lots of frustration
Sep 10, 2014: NOA2 I-130 (After 9 months and 1 week)
Sep 11, 2014: NOA2 I-129f (After 6 months and 1 week)
Sep 26, 2014: I-130 Shipped to NVC
Oct 01, 2014: I-129f Shipped to NVC
------------NVC--------------------
Oct 08, 2014: I-130 Received at NVC
Oct 20, 2014: I-129f Received at NVC
Oct 20, 2014: Case # Assigned I-129f

Oct 28, 2014: Case # Assigned I-130
Oct 24, 2014: I-129f Case Sent to Islamabad Embassy

Oct 28, 2014: NVC Welcome Letter I-130 (via email)

Nov 08, 2014: Selected Agent
Nov 08, 2014: AOS Fee Paid Online ($120)

Dec 03, 2014: IV Invoice Email (AIVF FOR NEOPOST DS-1200)

Dec 08, 2014: IV Fee Paid Online ($325)

Dec 29, 2014: IV/AOS Packet received by NVC (FedEx confirmation)

--------Islamabad Embassy------------

Oct 28, 2014: Packet 3.5 (K3) Received (via email)

Nov 13, 2014: Documents Requested in Packet 3.5 (K3) Sent to ISLAMABAD Embassy

Dec 10, 2014: Got interview letter

Jan 06, 2015: Interview (Visa Approved)

Jan 08, 2015: Visa Issued (Online Status)

Jan 15, 2015: Paspport in hand via American Express

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I am not aware of following situation so can not comment:


"More than one petition was filed for this beneficiary. The NVC has combined the petitions under the case number listed below" with the case number, petitioner and applicants name, visa category, priority date, U.S. Embassy listed below.
As per my experience, i got two case numbers, one for I-129f and other I-130. Both cases processed separately due to the fact my i-129f received 14 days before i-130 by NVC and next day that file was sent to ISL embassy and it received there in few days not later than a week.

Even after i landed USA, my I-130 case was alive and i got interview letter which i didn't attend as i was already in US. But in your as and that above text received by NVC i recommend you to call NVC and ask about both case numbers, that will clear any confusion.

Best

Thanks :)

Yes I'm gonna call them on Monday.

Can you please tell me when did you submit your DS 160? Because when I enter my case number on the CEAC website, it asks me to fill out and submit DS 160. Should I do it now or wait for the letter from consulate?


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USCIS

01/30/2015 - Husband mailed I-130 package to USCIS

02/02/2015 - NOA1 received, Nebraska Service Center

07/13/2015 - I-130 approved!!

07/20/2015 - USCIS sent case to NVC

NVC

07/24/2015 - NVC received

08/10/2015 - Case number assigned

08/13/2015 - Submitted DS-261

08/15/2015 - Paid AOS fee

09/01/2015 - Sent IV and AOS package

09/03/2015 - Scan date

09/09/2015 - Got DS-261 reviewed on call

09/10/2015 - IV bill available and paid the same day (currently "In Process")

09/11/2015 - IV bill status changed to "Paid"

09/15/2015 - Submitted DS - 260

09/28/2015 - Case Complete!!!

10/02/2015 - Received interview letter (P4) via e-mail (Interview date --- November 05, 2015)

Embassy

10/06/2015 - Medical done!

10/13/2015 - Received medical report

11/05/2015 - Interview (APPROVED!!!)

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I am not aware of following situation so can not comment:

"More than one petition was filed for this beneficiary. The NVC has combined the petitions under the case number listed below" with the case number, petitioner and applicants name, visa category, priority date, U.S. Embassy listed below.

As per my experience, i got two case numbers, one for I-129f and other I-130. Both cases processed separately due to the fact my i-129f received 14 days before i-130 by NVC and next day that file was sent to ISL embassy and it received there in few days not later than a week.

Even after i landed USA, my I-130 case was alive and i got interview letter which i didn't attend as i was already in US. But in your as and that above text received by NVC i recommend you to call NVC and ask about both case numbers, that will clear any confusion.

Best

Hi,

Can you please tell me when did you submit your DS-160?? After you received the packet 3.5 letter from US consulate in Islamabad or before that?


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USCIS

01/30/2015 - Husband mailed I-130 package to USCIS

02/02/2015 - NOA1 received, Nebraska Service Center

07/13/2015 - I-130 approved!!

07/20/2015 - USCIS sent case to NVC

NVC

07/24/2015 - NVC received

08/10/2015 - Case number assigned

08/13/2015 - Submitted DS-261

08/15/2015 - Paid AOS fee

09/01/2015 - Sent IV and AOS package

09/03/2015 - Scan date

09/09/2015 - Got DS-261 reviewed on call

09/10/2015 - IV bill available and paid the same day (currently "In Process")

09/11/2015 - IV bill status changed to "Paid"

09/15/2015 - Submitted DS - 260

09/28/2015 - Case Complete!!!

10/02/2015 - Received interview letter (P4) via e-mail (Interview date --- November 05, 2015)

Embassy

10/06/2015 - Medical done!

10/13/2015 - Received medical report

11/05/2015 - Interview (APPROVED!!!)

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