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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?


Met Online  (Plenty of fish)- 07/29/2014

Met in person (America) - 08/30/15 - 09/11/15                                 Met in person (America) - 02/15/16 - 02/23/16

Met in person (America) - 05/08/16 - 05/21/16                                 Met in person (Scotland) - 09/26/16 - 10/10/16

Met in person (America)  - 03/22/17 - 03/29/17                                Met in Person (America) - 10/27/17 - 01/13/18

Met in Person (Scotland) - 06/06/18 - 07/19/18

Engaged - 06/18/18 - During a trip to Scotland

I-129F Filed - 07/26/18                                                                          NOA1 - 08/01/18

NOA2 - 01/03/19 (155 days after NOA1)                                           NVC Case number assigned - 01/17/19

NVC case sent to embassy - 02/05/19                                              Embassy received - 02/08/19

Packet 3 received - 02/14/19                                                               Medical - 03/21/19

Interview at London Embassy - 04/11/19                                          Visa issued - 04/15/19

Visa and passport received -  04/17/19                                             Entered the U.S (Indianapolis Airport) - 05/19/19

Married - 07/12/2019 

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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..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by ourjourney_pc

(L)Our Timeline(L)

2015 Nov 03 - met online app (Skout)

2016 Jan 18 - became couple officially

2017 Sep 15 - met for the first time in person (Singapore to USA - 2 weeks)

2018 Feb 03 - met for the 2nd time (USA to Singapore - 2 weeks)

2018 Feb 08 - got engaged 

2018 Sep 01 - met for the 3rd time (Singapore to USA - 2 weeks)

2019 May 31 - 4th meeting :goofy:

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K1 Visa Timeline:

2018 Aug 22 - I129f sent (DIY)

2018 Aug 29 - NOA1

          worries before approval:

          1) submitted 1 statement/letter of intent both signed by the pet/ben

          2) petitioner's accidentally/stupidly committed DWI after i129f submission

2019 Jan 16 - NOA2 (140 days from Noa1 - No RFE)

2019 Feb 06 - case received by NVC (21 days from Noa2)

2019 Feb 08 - case number received

2019 Feb 19 - left NVC

2019 Feb 25 - case received by SG consulate

2019 Feb 28 - Packet 3 received

2019 Mar 04 - Packet 3 sent back to SG consulate

2019 Mar 07 - Packet 4 received (interview schedule)

2019 Mar 12 - Medical (additional vaccine on 19 Mar)

2019 Mar 27 - Interview (221g, medical results pending)

2019 Mar 27 - Administrative Processing

2019 Mar 27 - Clinic sent medical results to Embassy

2019 Mar 28 - Administrative Processing

2019 Mar 29 - Application Received

2019 Apr 01 - Issued

2019 Apr 04 - VOH

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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.

Edited by NuestraUnion

“When starting an immigration journey, the best advice is to understand that sacrifices have to be made; whether it is time, money, or separation or a combination of any or all.” - NuestraUnion

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