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 I filed for my mom 2 weeks ago. So I got NOA in mail today But I am confused. There is no mention of my mom or her name in the notice. And they have mentioned me as applicant ( I am petitioner while my mom is beneficiary. How come? Is this a mistake? Please can anyone help me. I am freaking out

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1 hour ago, kamrankhan said:

 I filed for my mom 2 weeks ago. So I got NOA in mail today But I am confused. There is no mention of my mom or her name in the notice. And they have mentioned me as applicant ( I am petitioner while my mom is beneficiary. How come? Is this a mistake? Please can anyone help me. I am freaking out

Can you post a picture (without showing sensitive info)? The receipt notice should look like:

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41 minutes ago, kamrankhan said:

In Applicant, they have written my name. I had made my online USCIS account through which I used to get my n400 notifications. Why have they mentioned this on this petition?

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Because the i130 is all about verifying that  you are eligible to petition for this.. for the I130 you are the applicant. You are also referred to as the petitioner for the beneficiary’s later visa application. 

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But where is the beneficiary name in it? I remember when my spouse filed form I-130 almost 4 years back , it clearly mentioned my name as beneficiary and my relation with the petitioner. So did they change the form now or what?

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The format does look different to our i130 for IR5 from 2015. Have you logged into your account and looked at the details there ? If you are still concerned , call USCIS .. they will  see all the details 

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2 hours ago, Lil bear said:

Because the i130 is all about verifying that  you are eligible to petition for this.. for the I130 you are the applicant. You are also referred to as the petitioner for the beneficiary’s later visa application. 

It does look different to ours. My daughter filed the i130 in November 2018 For myself and Husband. Our priority date is 15 Nov 2018. The i797 has each of our names and DOB in the main body of the letter. This letter looks more like a receipt for your online USCIS account, as it does state ‘Notice Type USCIS Account Access’

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11 hours ago, kamrankhan said:

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That isn't a Receipt Notice. Does the case number start with IOE? If it starts with IOE, then the following message from NVC might be relevant to your petition: https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/702524-recieved-noa-with-ioe-reciept-for-i130/?do=findComment&comment=9744209 "Based on your USCIS receipt number, your case benefited from a pilot electronic process for the I-130 petition. USCIS reviewed and approved your petition faster than average cases of this type as we develop the fully electronic transfer of data from USCIS to the Department of State. We thank you for your patience while we continue to refine our process with these electronic petitions"

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