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Hello….I am still waiting my I-797 Notice of action..since 2-27-07 and I want to send the I-129F..so can you tell me if I am missing anything?? I read something about police certs???

Thanks….

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Fee ($170) money order made out to Dept of Homeland Security and a copy of the receipt and the money order.

I-129F petition form (completed and signed)

A copy of the I-797 Notice of action

A copy of an American citizen birth certificate.(front and back pages)

A copy of the petitioner’s American passport.

G-325A biographic information(4pages) completed and signed by the Petitioner’s .

A photo of the petitioner with the name written on the back and put in a bag.

A copy of the beneficiary notarized Chinese birth certificate.

A copy of the beneficiary Chinese passport).

G-325A biographic information(4pages) completed and signed by the beneficiary .

A photo of the beneficiary with the name written on the back and put in a bag.

A notarized copy of a translated Japanese marriage certificate between the petitioner and the beneficiary .

A copy of an apartment lease between the petitioner and the beneficiary .

FC-29 signed by the petitioner .

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Cambodia
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No, you're not missing anything. I think that's too much documentation. But, it works. Generally, all you would need to submit would be g-325a, 1 passport photo of you, 1 passport photo of spouse, form I-129F, marriage certificate, I-797C, and birth certificate of beneficiary, and copy of passport.


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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: India
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No, you're not missing anything. I think that's too much documentation. But, it works. Generally, all you would need to submit would be g-325a, 1 passport photo of you, 1 passport photo of spouse, form I-129F, marriage certificate, I-797C, and birth certificate of beneficiary, and copy of passport.

I think you meant birth certificate of petitioner, right? The I-129F instructions do not request beneficiary's (foreign spouse') birth cert...

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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The police certificate comes later at the consulate level when you go for your interview.


K3 Timeline - 2006-11-20 to 2007-03-19

See the comments section in my timeline for full details of my K3 dates, transfers and touches. Also see my Vancouver consulate review and my POE review.

AOS & EAD Timeline

2007-04-16: I-485 and I-765 sent to Chicago (My AOS/EAD checklist)

2007-04-17: Received at Chicago

2007-04-23: NOA1 date (both)

2007-05-10: Biometrics appointment (both - Biometrics review)

2007-06-05: AOS interview letter date

2007-06-13: AOS interview letter received in mail

2007-07-03: EAD card production ordered

2007-07-07: EAD card received! (yay!)

2007-08-23: AOS interview (Documents / Interview review)

2007-08-23: Green card production ordered!!!

2007-08-24: Welcome notice mailed!

2007-08-27: Green card production ordered again... ?

2007-08-28: Welcome notice received!

2007-09-01: Green card received!

Done with USCIS until May 23, 2009!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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You don't need a copy of your spouse's birth certificate nor her passport, just your stuff.


CR-1

02/05/07 - I-130 sent to NSC

05/03/07 - NOA2

05/10/07 - NVC receives petition, case # assigned

08/08/07 - Case Complete

09/27/07 - Interview, visa granted

10/02/07 - POE

11/16/07 - Received green card and Welcome to America letter in the mail

Removing Conditions

07/06/09 - I-751 sent to CSC

08/14/09 - Biometrics

09/27/09 - Approved

10/01/09 - Received 10 year green card

U.S. Citizenship

03/30/11 - N-400 sent via Priority Mail w/ delivery confirmation

05/12/11 - Biometrics

07/20/11 - Interview - passed

07/20/11 - Oath ceremony - same day as interview

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Philippines
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Unless the required documnetation has changed recently, sounds like you are sending things they are not asking for. Go back to the guides portion at the top of this site and review what is required. Only send what they ask for!!!! By sending more you open yourself up to the seeing somehting that send a red flag.

Rob and Melinda


I-129F

Filed New I-129F form with IMBRA June 19, 2006

NOA 1 June 26, 2006

Touched July 3, 2006

I-129F Approved by E mail August 21, 2006, Just 63 Days

NOA 2 for I-129F Received in the Mail August 26th, 2006

I-129F at NVC

Case Number assigned at NVC August 29, 2006 MNL2006XXXXXXXXX

NVC sends the I-129F to the Manila Embassy August 29th, 2006

Embassy in Manila Receives I-129F August 31st, 2006

Packet 4 Received by Melinda from Manila Embassy October 1, 2006

Interview at Us Embassy Manila, October 18, 2006

Visa Approved! Interview Completed.

Visa Delivered by DELBROS October 28th, 2006

October 30, 2006 Arrived back in LAX with Melinda, were going to Disneyland!!!

November 6th, 2006, Melinda and I are back home in Winslow Arizona loving Life!

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thanks....i just need my notice...come on uscis..send it..

1) Fee ($170) money order made out to Dept of Homeland Security and a copy of the receipt and the money order.

2) I-129F petition form (completed and signed)

3) A copy of the I-797 Notice of action

4) A copy of an American citizen birth certificate.(front and back pages) A copy of the petitioner’s American passport.

5) G-325A biographic information(4pages) completed and signed by the Petitioner’s .

6) A photo of the petitioner with the name written on the back and put in a bag.

7) G-325A biographic information(4pages) completed and signed by the beneficiary .

8) A photo of the beneficiary with the name written on the back and put in a bag.

9) A notarized copy of a translated Japanese marriage certificate between the petitioner and the beneficiary .

FC-29 signed by the petitioner .

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