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Hello everybody, we submitted I129f form to apply k1 visa for my fiance, and  we got NOA1 on 02/14/2019(have case number) and we received a rejection notice on 02/21/2019(because the check has problem), so we decided to resubmit again. But now we feel confused when my fiance fill the I129f again, what should he choose on part 1 item 43.- have you ever filed I-129f for any other beneficiary(still the same beneficiary, and he never apply k1 for other alien) and part 3 multiple filer wavier(is the same beneficiary belong to two or more beneficiary?)

 

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7 minutes ago, icyking10059 said:

Hello everybody, we submitted I129f form to apply k1 visa for my fiance, and  we got NOA1 on 02/14/2019(have case number) and we received a rejection notice on 02/21/2019(because the check has problem), so we decided to resubmit again. But now we feel confused when my fiance fill the I129f again, what should he choose on part 1 item 43.- have you ever filed I-129f for any other beneficiary(still the same beneficiary, and he never apply k1 for other alien) and part 3 multiple filer wavier(is the same beneficiary belong to two or more beneficiary?)

 

It was never officially accepted therefore no previous filing


YMMV

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53 minutes ago, icyking10059 said:

Thank you😊. Because we feel confused that case number means official accept or not

I thought you said in your other thread that the entire petition was returned to you?  If so, that means it wasn't accepted and you are starting over with a new petition.

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1 hour ago, Jorgedig said:

I thought you said in your other thread that the entire petition was returned to you?  If so, that means it wasn't accepted and you are starting over with a new petition.

Thank you. Yes, USCIS returned the whole package back.

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2 hours ago, icyking10059 said:

Thank you. Yes, USCIS returned the whole package back.

Look through it and resend the same package see if anything is missing or if the papers are damaged dont do extra work just resend the same 1129f that was returned to you.  I think if they returned everything to you they did not accept it,  they give you a case number to keep track of you in the system, when you resend the package with the correct payment they will start from there.  Check the case number online see what it says.

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59 minutes ago, Tidus992 said:

Look through it and resend the same package see if anything is missing or if the papers are damaged dont do extra work just resend the same 1129f that was returned to you.  I think if they returned everything to you they did not accept it,  they give you a case number to keep track of you in the system, when you resend the package with the correct payment they will start from there.  Check the case number online see what it says.

It said case was received, so that's why we feel confused😥

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