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Dearest People, please help us with an advice!

 

Yesterday we got an update notice from the NVC. They approved all of our provided documents (AoS, civil documents, etc.), except for the forms I-864 for my husband and his father (we have a joint sponsor). In the explaining notice they stated, that all of the pages must be submitted, so I’m assuming my husband missed uploading all of the pages. 
 

Had anyone faced this before? Do they actually need pages even that they do not read?

And do they mention all of the mistakes in the explaining comment? 
 

Thanks everyone so much in advance.

I was just broken today’s morning, when we got everything accepted, except those two forms. So disappointing. 
 

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Yes, all forms and supporting documents must be complete with all pages......and they do read the documents....

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Did they maybe exclude the last two pages (after signature page) from the upload? That's the most common error/reason for denial I have been seeing here with said comment.

The last two pages are rarely filled out by anyone, but belong to the form and therefore must be included in the PDF that you upload to NVC.

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32 minutes ago, Georgia16 said:

Did the father do the I-864a?

He did the same form as my spouse. I-864 as our joint sponsor.

I actually do not know what is I-864a specifically.

1 hour ago, Lucky Cat said:

Yes, all forms and supporting documents must be complete with all pages......and they do read the documents....

Even the last two pages? Where no one writes anything? They read those too?

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1 hour ago, Quarknase said:

Did they maybe exclude the last two pages (after signature page) from the upload? That's the most common error/reason for denial I have been seeing here with said comment.

The last two pages are rarely filled out by anyone, but belong to the form and therefore must be included in the PDF that you upload to NVC.

I’m assuming that is the reason probably...

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: New Zealand
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8 hours ago, Daria Parkinson said:

He did the same form as my spouse. I-864 as our joint sponsor.

I actually do not know what is I-864a specifically.

Even the last two pages? Where no one writes anything? They read those too?

If the joint sponsor is married, his wife will need to do the I-864A.

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