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NOA1 - Spouse, but not child?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Hi everyone - I filed a joint I-751 for both my wife and son (stepson) on 8-26. We received our NOA1 letter dated 8/29, but it only mentioned my wife's name.

Should I expect a separate NOA1 for my son?


06-09-2012 - Met in Lima, Peru
06-27-2012 - Officially a couple
02-14-2013 - Engaged!

05-02-2013 - Married in Callao, Peru!

07-03-2013 - I-130 petitions sent for wife and stepson

07-10-2013 - NOA1 (both petitions)

12-10-2013 - Notice of transfer to California Service Center from NBC (both petitions)

12-23-2013 - NOA2 (both petitions)

01-06-2014 - NVC Received

01-29-2014 - NVC case numbers assigned

02-06-2014 - DS-261 available and submitted (both petitions)

02-07-2014 - AOS bill invoiced and paid

02-08-2014 - AOS packages mailed (received on 02-18-14 per NVC)

02-11-2014 - AOS shows PAID

02-12-2014 - Resubmitted I-864 (noticed own error after sending AOS package) (received on 03-05-14 per NVC)

02-18-2014 - Stepson IV bill invoiced and paid

02-20-2014 - Stepson IV bill shows PAID, DS-260 available and submitted

02-21-2014 - Wife IV bill invoiced and paid

02-21-2014 - IV packages mailed (received on 02-26-14 per NVC)

02-25-2014 - Wife IV bill shows PAID, DS-260 available

02-26-2014 - Wife DS-260 submitted

03-06-2014 - AOS checklist requesting correct income information (sent on 02-12-14, waiting for review)
03-10-2014 - IV "false" checklist

03-14-2014 - CASE COMPLETE (Wife and stepson)

04-02-2014 - Email with Interview Letters. May 12th for both wife and stepson

04-21-2014 - Medical Examinations

05-12-2014 - Interview Result: BOTH VISAS APPROVED!

05-17-2014 - Visas in hand

09-07-2014 - Dallas POE (wife)

10-15-2014 - Miami POE (step-son)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
Timeline

Anyone? :help:


06-09-2012 - Met in Lima, Peru
06-27-2012 - Officially a couple
02-14-2013 - Engaged!

05-02-2013 - Married in Callao, Peru!

07-03-2013 - I-130 petitions sent for wife and stepson

07-10-2013 - NOA1 (both petitions)

12-10-2013 - Notice of transfer to California Service Center from NBC (both petitions)

12-23-2013 - NOA2 (both petitions)

01-06-2014 - NVC Received

01-29-2014 - NVC case numbers assigned

02-06-2014 - DS-261 available and submitted (both petitions)

02-07-2014 - AOS bill invoiced and paid

02-08-2014 - AOS packages mailed (received on 02-18-14 per NVC)

02-11-2014 - AOS shows PAID

02-12-2014 - Resubmitted I-864 (noticed own error after sending AOS package) (received on 03-05-14 per NVC)

02-18-2014 - Stepson IV bill invoiced and paid

02-20-2014 - Stepson IV bill shows PAID, DS-260 available and submitted

02-21-2014 - Wife IV bill invoiced and paid

02-21-2014 - IV packages mailed (received on 02-26-14 per NVC)

02-25-2014 - Wife IV bill shows PAID, DS-260 available

02-26-2014 - Wife DS-260 submitted

03-06-2014 - AOS checklist requesting correct income information (sent on 02-12-14, waiting for review)
03-10-2014 - IV "false" checklist

03-14-2014 - CASE COMPLETE (Wife and stepson)

04-02-2014 - Email with Interview Letters. May 12th for both wife and stepson

04-21-2014 - Medical Examinations

05-12-2014 - Interview Result: BOTH VISAS APPROVED!

05-17-2014 - Visas in hand

09-07-2014 - Dallas POE (wife)

10-15-2014 - Miami POE (step-son)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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Anyone? :help:

Hi everyone - I filed a joint I-751 for both my wife and son (stepson) on 8-26. We received our NOA1 letter dated 8/29, but it only mentioned my wife's name.

Should I expect a separate NOA1 for my son?

I also filed for my wife and stepson on 9/15. I got my wife's NOA1 on 9/22 and on 9/23 I got a NOA1 letter stating verification for my stepson that he is included in the principal beneficiary as dependent. Hopefully you too got a similar letter.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
Timeline

Thanks for the info. I'll have to call as I have not received a separate NOA1 for my son.


06-09-2012 - Met in Lima, Peru
06-27-2012 - Officially a couple
02-14-2013 - Engaged!

05-02-2013 - Married in Callao, Peru!

07-03-2013 - I-130 petitions sent for wife and stepson

07-10-2013 - NOA1 (both petitions)

12-10-2013 - Notice of transfer to California Service Center from NBC (both petitions)

12-23-2013 - NOA2 (both petitions)

01-06-2014 - NVC Received

01-29-2014 - NVC case numbers assigned

02-06-2014 - DS-261 available and submitted (both petitions)

02-07-2014 - AOS bill invoiced and paid

02-08-2014 - AOS packages mailed (received on 02-18-14 per NVC)

02-11-2014 - AOS shows PAID

02-12-2014 - Resubmitted I-864 (noticed own error after sending AOS package) (received on 03-05-14 per NVC)

02-18-2014 - Stepson IV bill invoiced and paid

02-20-2014 - Stepson IV bill shows PAID, DS-260 available and submitted

02-21-2014 - Wife IV bill invoiced and paid

02-21-2014 - IV packages mailed (received on 02-26-14 per NVC)

02-25-2014 - Wife IV bill shows PAID, DS-260 available

02-26-2014 - Wife DS-260 submitted

03-06-2014 - AOS checklist requesting correct income information (sent on 02-12-14, waiting for review)
03-10-2014 - IV "false" checklist

03-14-2014 - CASE COMPLETE (Wife and stepson)

04-02-2014 - Email with Interview Letters. May 12th for both wife and stepson

04-21-2014 - Medical Examinations

05-12-2014 - Interview Result: BOTH VISAS APPROVED!

05-17-2014 - Visas in hand

09-07-2014 - Dallas POE (wife)

10-15-2014 - Miami POE (step-son)

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At most you get a sheet of paper with the child's name on it. They will not get their own official NOA1 that looks like your spouse's.


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