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Concerns about I-129F

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It makes more sense if you post your question directly on the forum rather than in an attachment.

Referring to each other as husband and wife can definitely cause problems because you are not married -- and NOt being married is one of the basic requirements of the I-129F petition for a Fiance Visa.

If the petition adjudicator believes you are already married, he can certainly deny the petition. There isn't much you can do at this point but wait and see if they send you a Request for Evidence, approve the petition or deny it.

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It makes more sense if you post your question directly on the forum rather than in an attachment.

Referring to each other as husband and wife can definitely cause problems because you are not married -- and NOt being married is one of the basic requirements of the I-129F petition for a Fiance Visa.

If the petition adjudicator believes you are already married, he can certainly deny the petition. There isn't much you can do at this point but wait and see if they send you a Request for Evidence, approve the petition or deny it.

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Sorry, it's my first time posting in the form. I made several attempts to post directly to the forum but had no success, also thought i had deleted this post.


Diane

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You can black out certian things on the emails, I would just black that out and then make a copy which will not allow anyone to see thru the blackout


K-1 Visa Journey

03/10/2007 - Sent I-129F to NSC

06/05/2007 - Approved

06/25/2007 - NVC Case Number received

07/05/2007 - Fiance received Packets 3 and 4

09/06/2007 - INTERVIEW----- APPROVED

09/13/2007 - VISA IN HAND

09/14/2007 - POE AT JFK

10/26/2007 - Wedding

01/17/2008 - Email from CRIS that I-129 was approved!

AOS Journey

10/28/2007 - AOS mailed to Chicago via Federal Express

10/29/2007 - AOS received at Chicago

11/05/2007 - NOA for I-131, I-485, I-765

12/28/2007 - Biometrics

12/29/2007 - Case appeared on USCIS website

12/31/2007 - EAD Card Production Ordered; AP Approved

01/10/2008 - AP Received in mail

01/12/2008 - EAD Card Recieved in mail

07/24/2008 - AOS Interview

07/30/2008 -Card Production Ordered

08/11/2008 - GREEN CARD RECIEVED

04/30/2010 - ROC mailed to CA via USPS Express Mail

08/10/2010 - EAD Card Production Ordered; AOS Approved

04/24/2011 - Mailed N-400

05/12/2011 - Received I-797C

06/08/2011 - Biometrics

07/25/2011 - N-400 Interview

07/25/2011 - Oath Ceremony

MY HUSBAND IS A US CITIZEN!!!

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You can black out certian things on the emails, I would just black that out and then make a copy which will not allow anyone to see thru the blackout

Since the I-129F was already filed with the emails, at this point they can only wait and see what happens.

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