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Met on POF, didn’t submit anything to prove not IMB

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So my fiancé and I met on plenty of fish back in 2014 and we got engaged in the summer, we submitted our I-129f packet at the end of July.  It suddenly hit me that we never sent any documentation proving plent of fish is not a international marriage broker (IMB).  I was wondering if anyone else managed to have their petition accepted without it or should I be expecting an RFE when they get to our petition?

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1 hour ago, Sandford010 said:

So my fiancé and I met on plenty of fish back in 2014 and we got engaged in the summer, we submitted our I-129f packet at the end of July.  It suddenly hit me that we never sent any documentation proving plent of fish is not a international marriage broker (IMB).  I was wondering if anyone else managed to have their petition accepted without it or should I be expecting an RFE when they get to our petition?

some did not get rfe (i know from my other group anyway)

and some did get  rfe.. if you search in this site subject for meeting online RFE, you will find a lot of threads, i have attached here few..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Sandford010 said:

So my fiancé and I met on plenty of fish back in 2014 and we got engaged in the summer, we submitted our I-129f packet at the end of July.  It suddenly hit me that we never sent any documentation proving plent of fish is not a international marriage broker (IMB).  I was wondering if anyone else managed to have their petition accepted without it or should I be expecting an RFE when they get to our petition?

Well, POF is not a IMB so you should be ok. If they request info of that website then simply send its terms of service.

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