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Hey guys,


we finally sent in our I-129f after 5 months of preparation and hesitation. Our problem was the following:

My fiance (petitioner) had 3 DUIs and 1 MIP charges (young and stupid, 10 years ago). They occured in different states. The I-129f asks for certified court records for all these charges.

He was able to get the certified court records from 2 DUI and the MIP. Whats missing is one DUI record. It happened in Colorado and he is currently in Michigan.

He talked to Colorado several times and had it sent to his correct address multiple times, but the records never arrived there.

So we just decided to send it in without that one missing record and wrote a letter stating the circumstances.


What do you guys think, will this cause a RFE? Of course we know it CAN trigger a RFE. Do you have experiences with that topic? Anything you could share?




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I think you'll almost certainly get an RFE for that. It could be 6+ months before you receive the RFE as well.


I would definitely make sure your fiance keeps trying to get a copy of that record, because he'll need to have it ready to send to them as soon as they request it - whenever that may be.

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03/01/2018 - I-129F Sent                                                   06/17/2019 - NOA1 Date (website)

03/08/2018 - I-129F NOA1 (new site)                              06/19/2019 - NOA1 Date (hard copy)
09/14/2018 - I-129F NOA2                                                 07/11/2019 - Biometrics

10/16/2018 - NVC Received                                               12/13/2019 - EAD/AP Approved

10/21/2018 - Packet 3 Received                                       12/17/2019 - Interview Scheduled

12/30/2018 - Packet 3 Sent                                               01/29/2020 - AOS interview - APPROVED! 

01/06/2019 - Packet 4 Received                                       02/04/2020 - Green Card Received! 

01/29/2019 - Interview Date - APPROVED!

02/05/2019 - Visa Received

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