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Quick question about divorce waiver

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I filed jointly on OCTOBE 2017.

Divorce was finalized on JULY 22.

Case is still pending jurisdiction at Vermont. I sent the divorce decree, letter explaining divorce circumstances and a letter of marriage counseling. 

Just got an email from Fedex that my package was delivered and signed by someone. 

My Question is, will it  be a status change on my online application, or they will let me know that they got my divorce decree, like what they do when responding to the RFE?

 

Thank you guys.  

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I would say to put the receipt of delivery with the copy of the divorce degree as that may (may not ) be the only response you get

for our big RFE in 2011 all i got was the NOA2  that case was going to NVC   /  no other notice saying they got the RFE 

but things do change so maybe / maybe not

 

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13 minutes ago, JeanneAdil said:

I would say to put the receipt of delivery with the copy of the divorce degree as that may (may not ) be the only response you get

for our big RFE in 2011 all i got was the NOA2  that case was going to NVC   /  no other notice saying they got the RFE 

but things do change so maybe / maybe not

 

I got a notice they received my RFE.

But i want to know if i will get one that they received my divorce decree. 

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I have the same question.. Filed I-751 jointly in October 2018 and divorce finalized in July 2019. Sent a package in just this past Saturday and am curious if there will be a status update online.


~ ROC in Process ~

10/25/2018: I-751 Filed Jointly 

12/06/2018: NOA 18-month Extension Letter

07/01/2019: Bio Appointment

07/23/2019: Divorce Finalized

08/10/2019: Package sent to switch to Divorce Waiver

8/20/2019: Status Update "CARD PRODUCTION" 

 

Now just waiting for the card to arrive! :)

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