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I129F approved by USCIS then NVC sent back to them

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I filed for my fiance I129F and we received the NOA2 end of January. The notice says it will take 4-6 weeks for the NVC to process it. Surprisingly, a month later, we received 2 letters. One for another NOA2 but with a different date, and an I-797C notice indicating that the USCIS has reaffirmed the previous decision (which is approved) as the Department of State has sent the petition back to the USCIS for some reason. 

 

I'm wondering if anyone else went through this. Why would the NVC send the petition back to the USCIS? 

 

Thank you. 

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