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Hello, I need help, on Friday my I130 wich it was filed on 06/26/06 was approved, but because the I130 was taking so long I filed the I129f on 03/30/07 and is still pending. My quetion is in this case what do I have to do? Do I have to cancel the I 129f. Is this will cause any problems with the I130? What do I have to do to cancel the I129f? Does the NVC keep my I130 on hold until the I129f is approve? Honestly I don,t want to keep the I129f because now in my country with the I130 the NVC is making the appt interview from here but not for the I129f. Please help me..


I sent my I130 to Vermont on 06/26/06 and i JUST HAVE received my NOA1, my husband live in the Dominican Republic and I'm a USC. I can't believed it taking so long.

I130 sent 06/26/06 Vermont Noa1 received on 06/30/2006

I130 touched on 04/27/07

I130 approved on 04/27/07

I129f sent on 03/26/07 ton NBC NOA1 received on 04/04/07

I129F transfer to Vermont on 04/170/7

Touch on 04/18/07 and 04/19/07

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What does you NOA2 say? does it say that your I-130 is being transfered to the embassy or is being put on hold for I-485?


2006-12-14 I-130 Sent to Vermont Service Center

2007-01-12 I-130 NOA1

2007-04-06 Approved!

***I-129F (new form)***

2007-01-31 I-129F Sent to Chicago

2007-02-07 I-129F NOA1

2007-04-06 Approved!

***US Embassy Islamabad***

2007-04-25 Packet Received by my wife

2007-05-15 Medical Exam

2007-05-29 Interview Approved!

2007-05-29 AP starts

2007-11-01 Wife got call to pickup her Visa from American Express

2008-01-12 POE at JFK


2008-11-10 I-485 Sent to Chicago

2008-11-20 Payment accepted

2008-11-22 I-485 NOA1

2009-01-09 Biometric

2009-03-08 Interview Letter

2009-04-08 Interview Approved!

2009-04-08 Welcome letter received

2009-04-18 Green Card Received


Disclaimer: I'm not a lawyer and anything posted is just my own opinion

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I haven't get my NOA2 letter yet, I just received an E-mail. Thanks for repling back to me.

As I posted on one of your other threads, if you think it is taking long to get through the USCIS, you have a rude awakening coming when you get to the interview stage. The wait for an interview is about 2 years now because of the backlog.

If you stop by our forum, we now have Chief Consul William Bent from the Dominican Republic answering questions every Wednesday. I know it's hard to believe and you don't want to believe it but unfortunately it's true. I myself waited 20 months for my wife to get here.

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