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RFE and I-129F

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Heyo!

 

I got a RFE for my I-129F in December because I forgot to check a box (it was the question about whether or not we used an IMB). I have a scan of every page of my I-129F packet for my interview and I was wondering if, since I forgot to check a box, I can leave it like this for the interview since that's what the original looked like, or if I have to check the box anyway.

 

Thanks!

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1 hour ago, Ieeeeeees said:

Heyo!

 

I got a RFE for my I-129F in December because I forgot to check a box (it was the question about whether or not we used an IMB). I have a scan of every page of my I-129F packet for my interview and I was wondering if, since I forgot to check a box, I can leave it like this for the interview since that's what the original looked like, or if I have to check the box anyway.

 

Thanks!

Did you correct the mistake?

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The RFE was a letter that explained why I got the RFE and had the one question I'd missed, it told me to check the box that applied to me (yes or no) and to send it back, which I did. So there was no correction really, it was just something I forgot to do.

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It won't matter. The US Embassy should have the updated copy from the USCIS once your case is approved. But just for your sake, you should check the box and bring it to the interview as a backup I-129F.


I learned the hard way, I hope YOU don't have to. Advice: learn, learn, learn.

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Just now, Pmta1 said:

It won't matter. The US Embassy should have the updated copy from the USCIS once your case is approved. But just for your sake, you should check the box and bring it to the interview as a backup I-129F.

Alright, I'll do that. Thank you!

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Check the box and take it with you, they will most likely not ask for it (they usually are pretty easy in Amsterdam).

 

KEEP A COPY OF EVERYTHING and take it with you to the US.

 

I cannot stress this enough as somewhere down the line stuff may go missing and it is so much easier if you have an organized file to pull data from last minute.

They lost all of my submitted evidence at one point (this was AOS evidence that got lost during the ROC process, so it was 3 years after the fact) and also lost some info from my original I-129F was missing during the ROC interview. I had everything with me so I was able to pull a copy right there and than.

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