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What happens to I-129F after I-130 approves

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19 minutes ago, CH Saab said:

 For those of you who are wondering what happens to I-129F petition if I-130 gets approved first see attached PDF letter from USCIS

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This is common knowledge because K3s are pretty much obsolete these days.

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Well i did one and my i130 got approved on July 11th my k3 still doesn't have a decision on it and from what I learned today is because a decision hasnt been made if it it is delaying the mailing if my approved i130 to Nvc.  This us what a tier 2 at Nebraska told my friend who is in the same boat. They have answered most k3 in 30 days we have both been with 56 days for a denial on it. So now we are stuck waiting. So auto denial of k3 and proving to be true. 

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