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I am a U.S. Citizen and I submitted my I-130 application for my husband on February 8th 2020 and then I received an RFE on August 19th, which I responded to by August 31st. I saw 2 notice of date after submitting the RFE. Today I checked my status and it says "

In Process

USCIS has accepted your application, petition, or request, and it is under review.

What does this mean? Has is it been approved or...

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This is not an approval notice.... "It is now under review"


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Just now, James120383 said:

RFE for what ? they will review your case and let you know if there are any issues ?  there is no timelines for USCIS processing.

An RFE for my I-130 application for spouse 

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6 hours ago, nahida said:

Hello,

I am a U.S. Citizen and I submitted my I-130 application for my husband on February 8th 2020 and then I received an RFE on August 19th, which I responded to by August 31st. I saw 2 notice of date after submitting the RFE. Today I checked my status and it says "

In Process

USCIS has accepted your application, petition, or request, and it is under review.

What does this mean? Has is it been approved or...

that means they accepted your RFE and now they are reviewing it. your status will change case approved if they think everything looks ok. there is no timeline how long they will review your RFE, you might need to just wait or try to contact USCIS for your current situation.

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17 hours ago, nahida said:

Hello,

I am a U.S. Citizen and I submitted my I-130 application for my husband on February 8th 2020 and then I received an RFE on August 19th, which I responded to by August 31st. I saw 2 notice of date after submitting the RFE. Today I checked my status and it says "

In Process

USCIS has accepted your application, petition, or request, and it is under review.

What does this mean? Has is it been approved or...

It is self explanatory that the reply you submitted against RFE has been received and currently under review which means they are currently reviewing it once the decision has been made you will receive a notification regarding status of your petition.

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20 hours ago, nahida said:

Do you know how long it will take to get a response on an RFE?

Everyone's case is different and you may or may not get a reply back from them on it. 


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GOT MARRIED: 3-APR-2015 :wub:

HUSBAND FILED I-130: 29-MAY-2015

VISAS APPROVED: 15-JUN-2016

VISAS IN HAND; GREEN CARD FEES PAID: 21-JUN-2016

PORT OF ENTRY - FT. LAUDERDALE INTL AIRPORT: 06-AUG-2016
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On 9/17/2020 at 3:24 PM, Jorgedig said:

What was the content of the RFE?

It stated to submit bona fide evidence. I was only with my husband for 1 month and didn't have financial evidence and such, so I submitted 2 letters of affidavits of witnesses, wedding photographer receipt, wedding hall receipt, wedding card, and my own personal statement explaining my reasons for not having financial evidence. Is this okay?

 

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2 hours ago, nahida said:

It stated to submit bona fide evidence. I was only with my husband for 1 month and didn't have financial evidence and such, so I submitted 2 letters of affidavits of witnesses, wedding photographer receipt, wedding hall receipt, wedding card, and my own personal statement explaining my reasons for not having financial evidence. Is this okay?

 

Whether your evidence is enough or not, you've already sent in your response, so it's too late to add anything now.  All you can do is wait.  USCIS makes no guarantees about the timeline for processing.

 

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3 hours ago, nahida said:

It stated to submit bona fide evidence. I was only with my husband for 1 month and didn't have financial evidence and such, so I submitted 2 letters of affidavits of witnesses, wedding photographer receipt, wedding hall receipt, wedding card, and my own personal statement explaining my reasons for not having financial evidence. Is this okay?

 

you just need to wait the response from the USCIS, at least you have submitted all those things. in case if they asking for more evidence, try to include pictures from your wedding and pics with his family and your friends if you have, that help in my case.

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3 hours ago, nahida said:

It stated to submit bona fide evidence. I was only with my husband for 1 month and didn't have financial evidence and such, so I submitted 2 letters of affidavits of witnesses, wedding photographer receipt, wedding hall receipt, wedding card, and my own personal statement explaining my reasons for not having financial evidence. Is this okay?

 

Newlyweds are not expected to have a lot of commingled financial evidence.  Affidavits are generally not useful.  The best evidence is of time spent together.  Did you spend very much time together before marrying?

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