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On 8/9/2019 at 7:04 PM, SmilingDuck said:

Are these RFE's after sending in the I-129F packet or at another step?

 

I see "request for additional financial info" but I thought no financial information had to be sent with I-129F. Am I wrong there? I think I have to send in an I-864 and I-864A at some point but I'm super unclear as to when or where I start sending financial documentation such as these forms. 

 

 "birth certificate not both sides" -- My birth certificate doesn't have 2 sides. One side is blank. What do I do?

 

 "USC passport not all pages" -- Didn't this change? I read somewhere that it's just the pages with stamps now. Is that right? 

 

"beneficiary's birth certificate not translated" -- WHEN do you send in their birth certificate? It's not listed for the I-129F.

 

g-325A -- is this form still needed with the i-129F or do you file it later? 

 

"problems with letters of intent" -- What kind of problems? Is it too long, too short? Does it need to be notarized or can it just be signed?

 

I'm about to send in my I-129F packet but I don't want any issues. I am living overseas in the beneficiary's country so it'd be harder for me to send in missing documents quickly. 

 

I also have a question about i864 /i864a. Where and when do you file i864/i864a?  I read that you send i864 to NVC but not i864a but when I called NVC they said if you send it to them they just send it back to you. Do you send it with your i129F packet? I don't make enough so I need i864a. I read that i864 has a fee of 120 dollars to file with the DOS but it's free to file abroad. Is that true? Honestly any information on i864/i864a would be helpful. 

I suggest you read around other threads that talk about your concerns. The OP to this thread was a very nice member who tried making things better for others by curating all rfe posts by other members and they will most likely not come back here to answer all your detailed questions.

 

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3 minutes ago, Sunny_Skies said:

I would like to avoid getting an RFE but I don't have my birth certificate. Will my passport suffice? Are the front pages with my picture enough or should I send in every page of the passport?

Are you the USC petitioner?  If so, the bio page from your passport is adequate to use to prove citizenship.

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On 8/22/2019 at 3:44 PM, Jorgedig said:

Are you the USC petitioner?  If so, the bio page from your passport is adequate to use to prove citizenship.

Hello-  the bio page of the passport is not sufficient if you want to avoid RFE.

 

Please copy all pages of your passport including front and back cover of the passport.

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1 hour ago, Star12 said:

Hello-  the bio page of the passport is not sufficient if you want to avoid RFE.

 

Please copy all pages of your passport including front and back cover of the passport.

Incorrect.  This is NO LONGER a requirement.

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