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Hi guys, is it requires to fill out all the forms by the computer or can we use handwriting in all the forms?

Use Adobe Acrobat Pro to fill in the PDF file version of the form.


K1 VISA
10/23/16....I-129F FEDEX 2nd day to Lewisville, TX
10/26/16....Delivered at Lewisville, TX

10/28/16....NOA1 Text and Email

10/28/16....NOA1 Date on Hard Copy Notice
11/04/16....NOA1 Hard Copy Received

w..a...i...t...i...n...g........ :clock:

11/22/16....NOA2 Text Only

11/22/16....NOA2 Approval Date - no email yet
11/28/16....NOA2 Hard Copy Received

w..a..i...t...i...n...g........ :clock:

12/06/16....Called NVC - No case yet (15 days after NOA2)

12/12/16....Called NVC - I-129F Received - no case number yet.

12/13/16....Case Number Received

12/15/16....Case status set as "In Transit"  to US Embassy in Manilla, PH

12/19/16....Embassy Received. Case status set as "Ready"

12/19/16....Emailed NVC asking for case information as it was never received (I know its too early - Just Do It Anyway)

w..a..i...t...i...n...g........ :clock:

xx/xx/xx......Never Received NVC letter hard copy from NVC (STILL MISSING GRRRRR)

01/03/17....NVC replied to email providing NVC letter and info

01/04/17....Medical Completed

01/04/17....Fedex I-134 (wet signature) and all documents needed from petitioner for CFO and for the USEM interview (employment, divorce decree, etc...)
02/08/17....Interview 
02/09/17....Visa Issued

02/15/17....Visa In Hand :jest:

02/17/17....CFO Interview, Yellow sticker in hand

03/07/17....POE - San Francisco, CA

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Use Adobe Acrobat Pro to fill in the PDF file version of the form.

You don't need to use Acrobat Pro to fill in the PDF version. The PDF from the USCIS website is in an editable PDF from the get go. You can fill it out and save it using your web browser, or adobe reader. There is no need to spend money on any software just to fill out the forms.


Click Below to View my timeline (spoiler added to reduce visible space consumption)

 

Timeline to date:

11/11/14 - Met online through eHarmony
11/12/14 - Started communication through email (1-2 emails daily)
12/20/14 - Communicating through Phone Calls and Video Calls
07/04/15 - First Trip to China to visit her (spent time at her home, her hometown, and Beijing), Met the whole family.
07/18/15 - Sadly I had to return back to the US
10/01/15 - I am returning back to China to be with her again
10/11/15 - She will accompany me back on the same flight for 30 days
11/14/15 - She returns back to China
12/01/15 - I-129F Fed-Ex'd to the Lewisville address
12/03/15 - Packet signed for by the receiver
12/07/15 - NOA1 Generated
12/11/15 - NOA1 Received
01/14/15 - NOA2 Generated (Approved)
01/28/16 - NVC Received (Still waiting papers for official date)
01/29/16 - NVC Case# Assigned (Still waiting papers for official date)
02/03/16 - Case Sent to Embassy
02/04/16 - Case Received by Embassy
03/03/16 - Packet 3 Received
03/03/16 - Packet 3 Sent back to Embassy
03/04/16 - DS-160 Fee paid
03/09/16 - Packet 4 Received (Documents were prepared in advance)
04/02/16 - I return to China to provide moral and emotional support as she goes to her Interview on the 5th
04/05/16 - Interview Date (APPROVED!!!)

04/25/16 - POE Dallas Texas (DFW) smooth sailing through customs

04/25/16 - Arrived in Nashville, TN 10pm
04/29/16 - Marriage Certificate received
SSN filed somewhere after this point (exact date is not remembered, received after a 30 minute wait)
11/16/16 - AoS packet mailed (i-485, i-765, i-131)
11/18/16 - AoS packet received
12/06/16 - Check Cashed
02/28/17 - EAD and AP Approved
03/02/17 - NOA2 for EAD and AP Arrived
03/02/17 - EAD/AP Card Arrived

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Best way is to type it up which prevents the USCIS from typing up errors in their system


K-1 Visa

I-129F Sent : 2016-07-05

I-129F NOA1 : 2016-07-12 (Did not receive it, had to call them to get WAC number)

I-129F NOA2 : 2016-08-25 (Did not receive it, had called them and told me to call back after 30 days)

Infopass appt: 2016-09-16 (Went to infopass to verify my address and why i didnt receive NOA1 and NOA2.

Was told that someone made a mistake *USCIS* didnt put in my zip code)

NVC Received : 2016-08-3 0

NVC Left : 2016-09-01 (Called NVC on 9/16/16 said that i-129F on its way to consulate)

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Best way is to type it up which prevents the USCIS from typing up errors in their system

That makes no sense.


AOS for my husband
8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

ROC:
5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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That makes no sense.

Let me explain. My friend filled out the I-129F for his fiancee by hand, since his handwriting is little sloppy USCIS typed up the address of the fiance incorrectly in the system so the packet never arrived to his fiancee after approval and consulate appointment. When he went to Infopass (because USCIS said they cannot change anything in their system nor see anything) they told him that they have address misspelled. So he had to go and correct it. So my point and my sense is that if you type it in, you have much clear application and thus preventing the USCIS office misreading what you actually wrote or not understanding if that's an "e" or "o". Hope this clarifies the issue.

Edit: They told him that misspelling could be "anybodies fault"

Edited by ultimatum

K-1 Visa

I-129F Sent : 2016-07-05

I-129F NOA1 : 2016-07-12 (Did not receive it, had to call them to get WAC number)

I-129F NOA2 : 2016-08-25 (Did not receive it, had called them and told me to call back after 30 days)

Infopass appt: 2016-09-16 (Went to infopass to verify my address and why i didnt receive NOA1 and NOA2.

Was told that someone made a mistake *USCIS* didnt put in my zip code)

NVC Received : 2016-08-3 0

NVC Left : 2016-09-01 (Called NVC on 9/16/16 said that i-129F on its way to consulate)

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