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Attorney Filed Paper w/o Multiple Filer Waiver

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Our attorney just filed our K1 application without a general waiver. They said that it was not needed since the K1 application in 2001 was cancelled.  Is this true or will I receive an RFE? They seemed very confident that I didn't need it but am worried at this point. They also did not check the box for multiple filer.  Here are the dates.

 

K1 Visa Filed in 2001 - Cancelled

K1 Visa Filed in 2002 - Married 13 years then divorced

K1 Visa Filed in 2019

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, praisejourney said:

Our attorney just filed our K1 application without a general waiver. They said that it was not needed since the K1 application in 2001 was cancelled.  Is this true or will I receive an RFE? They seemed very confident that I didn't need it but am worried at this point. They also did not check the box for multiple filer.  Here are the dates.

 

K1 Visa Filed in 2001 - Cancelled

K1 Visa Filed in 2002 - Married 13 years then divorced

K1 Visa Filed in 2019

 

 

 

If this is the 3rd K-1 filing, then yes, a waiver is needed.  

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Just now, praisejourney said:

Do you know if it is possible to send supplemental information to them or do I have to wait and get an RFE?

Standard VJ response is that it is unlikely that documents sent later will be matched up with the original petition, but personally this is something I did, and it worked.

 

I wrote a short, concise cover letter explaining what I was sending, referencing our NOA1 # etc, and sent it directly to the CSC in Laguna Niguel, CA.

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7 minutes ago, Jorgedig said:

Standard VJ response is that it is unlikely that documents sent later will be matched up with the original petition, but personally this is something I did, and it worked.

 

I wrote a short, concise cover letter explaining what I was sending, referencing our NOA1 # etc, and sent it directly to the CSC in Laguna Niguel, CA.

Thanks for all of your help!

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