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I know everyone's been talking about this, but I really want to make sure before I send my package away. I filed my 1-130 on Friday with the $130 since it was postmarked before July 30. I haven't filed my 1-29f as of yet. I've seen all this discussion and I'm not sure whether I can send the 1-29f now or if I have to wait for the NOA1. Also to make sure, I have to mail it to the CSC now instead of Chicago? Thanks for your help everyone :)

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2003 Met my husband while going to school in U.S.

2005 Moved back to Canada :(

2005-2007 Many visits back to the U.S.

July 20, 2007 Married!

July 27, 2007 Sent off I-130 package

August 6, 2007 Confirmation service center received package via online tracking

September 6, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 10, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-130 Approved

September 11, 2007 Sent off I-129f package

September 17, 2007 Confirmation service center received package

September 19, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 25, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch.

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-129f Approved

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As per the new process, you could have mailed both petitions together to the CSC with the appropriate fees. Now I think you're going to have to wait for an NOA1 to at least have the receipt # so you can mail the I-129F since it was filed separate from the I-130. That way the CSC will know that the I-130 was filed already.

Diana

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CR-1

02/05/07 - I-130 sent to NSC

05/03/07 - NOA2

05/10/07 - NVC receives petition, case # assigned

08/08/07 - Case Complete

09/27/07 - Interview, visa granted

10/02/07 - POE

11/16/07 - Received green card and Welcome to America letter in the mail

Removing Conditions

07/06/09 - I-751 sent to CSC

08/14/09 - Biometrics

09/27/09 - Approved

10/01/09 - Received 10 year green card

U.S. Citizenship

03/30/11 - N-400 sent via Priority Mail w/ delivery confirmation

05/12/11 - Biometrics

07/20/11 - Interview - passed

07/20/11 - Oath ceremony - same day as interview

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As per the new process, you could have mailed both petitions together to the CSC with the appropriate fees. Now I think you're going to have to wait for an NOA1 to at least have the receipt # so you can mail the I-129F since it was filed separate from the I-130. That way the CSC will know that the I-130 was filed already.

Diana

So once I get the NOA1, I will have to mail the I-29f package to CSC, correct?


2003 Met my husband while going to school in U.S.

2005 Moved back to Canada :(

2005-2007 Many visits back to the U.S.

July 20, 2007 Married!

July 27, 2007 Sent off I-130 package

August 6, 2007 Confirmation service center received package via online tracking

September 6, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 10, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-130 Approved

September 11, 2007 Sent off I-129f package

September 17, 2007 Confirmation service center received package

September 19, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 25, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch.

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-129f Approved

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As per the new process, you could have mailed both petitions together to the CSC with the appropriate fees. Now I think you're going to have to wait for an NOA1 to at least have the receipt # so you can mail the I-129F since it was filed separate from the I-130. That way the CSC will know that the I-130 was filed already.

Diana

So once I get the NOA1, I will have to mail the I-29f package to CSC, correct?

Sending your I-129F to CSC would be correct Diana.

May I ask if you sent a check for $130 or $190 with the I-130? I am hoping the $130 was a typo and typos are hard to correct on this forum. :blush: I have made many typos myself.

The reason I am asking is because if the payment was the wrong amount USCIS will return the packet.


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As per the new process, you could have mailed both petitions together to the CSC with the appropriate fees. Now I think you're going to have to wait for an NOA1 to at least have the receipt # so you can mail the I-129F since it was filed separate from the I-130. That way the CSC will know that the I-130 was filed already.

Diana

So once I get the NOA1, I will have to mail the I-29f package to CSC, correct?

Sending your I-129F to CSC would be correct Diana.

May I ask if you sent a check for $130 or $190 with the I-130? I am hoping the $130 was a typo and typos are hard to correct on this forum. :blush: I have made many typos myself.

The reason I am asking is because if the payment was the wrong amount USCIS will return the packet.

Thanks, yes that was a typo. I sent $190 for my 1-130. How can you check for your NOA1 electronically? I signed up at the USCIS website. Will they email it to me? I was just a little confused as the webiste asks for your application receipt number to add a case to your file but obviously I don't have one yet.


2003 Met my husband while going to school in U.S.

2005 Moved back to Canada :(

2005-2007 Many visits back to the U.S.

July 20, 2007 Married!

July 27, 2007 Sent off I-130 package

August 6, 2007 Confirmation service center received package via online tracking

September 6, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 10, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-130 Approved

September 11, 2007 Sent off I-129f package

September 17, 2007 Confirmation service center received package

September 19, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 25, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch.

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-129f Approved

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You don't have to wait for the actual paper NOA1 anymore. All you have to do is get the receipt # from the cancelled check and then put that # on the cover letter of the I-129F. The USCIS just needs to know that the I-130 has been submitted and the receipt # is proof of that.


CR-1

02/05/07 - I-130 sent to NSC

05/03/07 - NOA2

05/10/07 - NVC receives petition, case # assigned

08/08/07 - Case Complete

09/27/07 - Interview, visa granted

10/02/07 - POE

11/16/07 - Received green card and Welcome to America letter in the mail

Removing Conditions

07/06/09 - I-751 sent to CSC

08/14/09 - Biometrics

09/27/09 - Approved

10/01/09 - Received 10 year green card

U.S. Citizenship

03/30/11 - N-400 sent via Priority Mail w/ delivery confirmation

05/12/11 - Biometrics

07/20/11 - Interview - passed

07/20/11 - Oath ceremony - same day as interview

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You don't have to wait for the actual paper NOA1 anymore. All you have to do is get the receipt # from the cancelled check and then put that # on the cover letter of the I-129F. The USCIS just needs to know that the I-130 has been submitted and the receipt # is proof of that.

Cancelled check, what if I paid by money order? Can I send a copy of that?


2003 Met my husband while going to school in U.S.

2005 Moved back to Canada :(

2005-2007 Many visits back to the U.S.

July 20, 2007 Married!

July 27, 2007 Sent off I-130 package

August 6, 2007 Confirmation service center received package via online tracking

September 6, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 10, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-130 Approved

September 11, 2007 Sent off I-129f package

September 17, 2007 Confirmation service center received package

September 19, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 25, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch.

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-129f Approved

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Hi....

You probably could have saved yourself some time and aggravation by sending BOTH petitions to CSC at the same time. This has been discussed "ad nauseum" on the forum for the past weeks. If you sent a Money Order, you are best advised to wait for your NOA-1 because it will have your assigned case number on it. This is why the recommendation has been to send a check. Once the check is cashed, you can get your case number from the back of the check. It is a 13 digit number that starts with three letters...such as WAC...then 10 numbers. Example: WAC1234567890

You should probably check what the fee is for sending the I-129f will be now too. I filed those for my wife separately but a month or so ago. Our fees were $190 for the I-130 and $170 for the I-129f....Total $360.00

Good luck on your Visa Journey, :thumbs:

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Hi....

You probably could have saved yourself some time and aggravation by sending BOTH petitions to CSC at the same time. This has been discussed "ad nauseum" on the forum for the past weeks. If you sent a Money Order, you are best advised to wait for your NOA-1 because it will have your assigned case number on it. This is why the recommendation has been to send a check. Once the check is cashed, you can get your case number from the back of the check. It is a 13 digit number that starts with three letters...such as WAC...then 10 numbers. Example: WAC1234567890

You should probably check what the fee is for sending the I-129f will be now too. I filed those for my wife separately but a month or so ago. Our fees were $190 for the I-130 and $170 for the I-129f....Total $360.00

Good luck on your Visa Journey, :thumbs:

Thanks everyone. One more question though, how do you get notified of the NOA1 electronically? I registered on the USCIS website but it asked to put in a case registration number to ad a case to my file. Will I just have to wait for the snail mail to know it has been received and get my case registration number? Or will I get an email since I registered. Thanks again :)


2003 Met my husband while going to school in U.S.

2005 Moved back to Canada :(

2005-2007 Many visits back to the U.S.

July 20, 2007 Married!

July 27, 2007 Sent off I-130 package

August 6, 2007 Confirmation service center received package via online tracking

September 6, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 10, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-130 Approved

September 11, 2007 Sent off I-129f package

September 17, 2007 Confirmation service center received package

September 19, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 25, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch.

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-129f Approved

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Hi....

You probably could have saved yourself some time and aggravation by sending BOTH petitions to CSC at the same time. This has been discussed "ad nauseum" on the forum for the past weeks. If you sent a Money Order, you are best advised to wait for your NOA-1 because it will have your assigned case number on it. This is why the recommendation has been to send a check. Once the check is cashed, you can get your case number from the back of the check. It is a 13 digit number that starts with three letters...such as WAC...then 10 numbers. Example: WAC1234567890

You should probably check what the fee is for sending the I-129f will be now too. I filed those for my wife separately but a month or so ago. Our fees were $190 for the I-130 and $170 for the I-129f....Total $360.00

Good luck on your Visa Journey, :thumbs:

Thanks everyone. One more question though, how do you get notified of the NOA1 electronically? I registered on the USCIS website but it asked to put in a case registration number to ad a case to my file. Will I just have to wait for the snail mail to know it has been received and get my case registration number? Or will I get an email since I registered. Thanks again :)

Wow, you've been a member for two months and missed every discussion on these issues. There must have been a dozen threads where people were advised to send a personal check and at least that many where instructions on how to file the I-129F without the paper NOA1 were discussed. In each of those threads, enclosing a copy of the cancelled check instead of waiting was mentioned. For about three weeks we really have been talking a lot about filing both petitions together directly with CSC or VSC.

I don't see a solution for you except to wait. While you're waiting, you might want to read some more threads and be darn certain you actually want to file an I-129F to start the K3 process.


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Hi....

You probably could have saved yourself some time and aggravation by sending BOTH petitions to CSC at the same time. This has been discussed "ad nauseum" on the forum for the past weeks. If you sent a Money Order, you are best advised to wait for your NOA-1 because it will have your assigned case number on it. This is why the recommendation has been to send a check. Once the check is cashed, you can get your case number from the back of the check. It is a 13 digit number that starts with three letters...such as WAC...then 10 numbers. Example: WAC1234567890

You should probably check what the fee is for sending the I-129f will be now too. I filed those for my wife separately but a month or so ago. Our fees were $190 for the I-130 and $170 for the I-129f....Total $360.00

Good luck on your Visa Journey, :thumbs:

Thanks everyone. One more question though, how do you get notified of the NOA1 electronically? I registered on the USCIS website but it asked to put in a case registration number to ad a case to my file. Will I just have to wait for the snail mail to know it has been received and get my case registration number? Or will I get an email since I registered. Thanks again :)

Wow, you've been a member for two months and missed every discussion on these issues. There must have been a dozen threads where people were advised to send a personal check and at least that many where instructions on how to file the I-129F without the paper NOA1 were discussed. In each of those threads, enclosing a copy of the cancelled check instead of waiting was mentioned. For about three weeks we really have been talking a lot about filing both petitions together directly with CSC or VSC.

I don't see a solution for you except to wait. While you're waiting, you might want to read some more threads and be darn certain you actually want to file an I-129F to start the K3 process.

And, you cannot be notified of the NOA-1 electronically. You must HAVE YOUR CASE NUMBER in order to sign up for electronic e-mail notifications in the future. Another good reason for sending a CHECK instead of a Money Order. And, you can't have "registered" on the USCIS website UNLESS you have your CASE NUMBER from the back of the check or NOA-1!

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Hi....

You probably could have saved yourself some time and aggravation by sending BOTH petitions to CSC at the same time. This has been discussed "ad nauseum" on the forum for the past weeks. If you sent a Money Order, you are best advised to wait for your NOA-1 because it will have your assigned case number on it. This is why the recommendation has been to send a check. Once the check is cashed, you can get your case number from the back of the check. It is a 13 digit number that starts with three letters...such as WAC...then 10 numbers. Example: WAC1234567890

You should probably check what the fee is for sending the I-129f will be now too. I filed those for my wife separately but a month or so ago. Our fees were $190 for the I-130 and $170 for the I-129f....Total $360.00

Good luck on your Visa Journey, :thumbs:

Thanks everyone. One more question though, how do you get notified of the NOA1 electronically? I registered on the USCIS website but it asked to put in a case registration number to ad a case to my file. Will I just have to wait for the snail mail to know it has been received and get my case registration number? Or will I get an email since I registered. Thanks again :)

Wow, you've been a member for two months and missed every discussion on these issues. There must have been a dozen threads where people were advised to send a personal check and at least that many where instructions on how to file the I-129F without the paper NOA1 were discussed. In each of those threads, enclosing a copy of the cancelled check instead of waiting was mentioned. For about three weeks we really have been talking a lot about filing both petitions together directly with CSC or VSC.

I don't see a solution for you except to wait. While you're waiting, you might want to read some more threads and be darn certain you actually want to file an I-129F to start the K3 process.

And, you cannot be notified of the NOA-1 electronically. You must HAVE YOUR CASE NUMBER in order to sign up for electronic e-mail notifications in the future. Another good reason for sending a CHECK instead of a Money Order. And, you can't have "registered" on the USCIS website UNLESS you have your CASE NUMBER from the back of the check or NOA-1!

Okay, I understand now. I don't know how I missed those threads either, I'm on this site almost every day. I guess now I just have to be extra patient. Thanks for everyone's help and sorry for all the repeat info questions. Good luck to everyone :)


2003 Met my husband while going to school in U.S.

2005 Moved back to Canada :(

2005-2007 Many visits back to the U.S.

July 20, 2007 Married!

July 27, 2007 Sent off I-130 package

August 6, 2007 Confirmation service center received package via online tracking

September 6, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 10, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-130 Approved

September 11, 2007 Sent off I-129f package

September 17, 2007 Confirmation service center received package

September 19, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 25, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch.

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-129f Approved

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Post 12 explains the process to send I-129F without NOA1.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=79665


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3/23/14 - N400 package sent to Phoenix

3/27/14 - N400 package delivered

4/3/14 - NOA1 receipt date

4/4/14 - check cashed

04/29/14 - biometrics date

07/01/14 - interview date

xx/xx/xx - Oath Ceremony

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You don't need a case number to "register" on USCIS.gov (go here: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/login.jsp and click on the link that says "Want to Register?" just above the submit button. Your portfolio will just be empty until you have a receipt number so that you can add a case to it. But you can certainly register if you want.

Hi....

You probably could have saved yourself some time and aggravation by sending BOTH petitions to CSC at the same time. This has been discussed "ad nauseum" on the forum for the past weeks. If you sent a Money Order, you are best advised to wait for your NOA-1 because it will have your assigned case number on it. This is why the recommendation has been to send a check. Once the check is cashed, you can get your case number from the back of the check. It is a 13 digit number that starts with three letters...such as WAC...then 10 numbers. Example: WAC1234567890

You should probably check what the fee is for sending the I-129f will be now too. I filed those for my wife separately but a month or so ago. Our fees were $190 for the I-130 and $170 for the I-129f....Total $360.00

Good luck on your Visa Journey, :thumbs:

Thanks everyone. One more question though, how do you get notified of the NOA1 electronically? I registered on the USCIS website but it asked to put in a case registration number to ad a case to my file. Will I just have to wait for the snail mail to know it has been received and get my case registration number? Or will I get an email since I registered. Thanks again :)

Wow, you've been a member for two months and missed every discussion on these issues. There must have been a dozen threads where people were advised to send a personal check and at least that many where instructions on how to file the I-129F without the paper NOA1 were discussed. In each of those threads, enclosing a copy of the cancelled check instead of waiting was mentioned. For about three weeks we really have been talking a lot about filing both petitions together directly with CSC or VSC.

I don't see a solution for you except to wait. While you're waiting, you might want to read some more threads and be darn certain you actually want to file an I-129F to start the K3 process.

And, you cannot be notified of the NOA-1 electronically. You must HAVE YOUR CASE NUMBER in order to sign up for electronic e-mail notifications in the future. Another good reason for sending a CHECK instead of a Money Order. And, you can't have "registered" on the USCIS website UNLESS you have your CASE NUMBER from the back of the check or NOA-1!


03/12/2007 - Married to my beautiful wife

04/16/2007 - Sent I-130 to VSC via USPS Express Mail

05/12/2007 - NOA1 received by snail mail after a loooong wait

05/14/2007 - Sent I-129F for K3 to Chicago Lockbox via USPS Express Mail

10/22/2007 - I129F APPROVED (161 days), I130 APPROVED (188 days)

11/08/2007 - I129F received at NVC, embassy case number generated.

11/13/2007 - I129F forwarded to embassy.

11/18/2007 - 129F petition received at embassy

01/09/2008 - finally, DOS gives me the interview date, April 16, 2007 (ouch)

01/23/2008 - never got packet 4, emailed embassy

04/11/2008 - picked up packet 4, did medical

04/14/2008 - medical report pickup, no problems

04/16/2008 - interview date- APPROVED!!!!!

04/18/2008 - both of us are home at last, POE JFK!

05/21/2008 - sent AOS and EAD

05/27/2008 - received NOA1 for AOS and for EAD

06/02/2008 - received Biometrics appt letter

06/19/2008 - Biometrics appointment scheduled - DONE

06/19/2008 - both AOS and EAD touched because of biometrics

07/29/2008 - EAD approved.

05/13/2009 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!/ Card production ordered email

05/18/2009 - Welcome Letter received

06/12/2009 - Second card production ordered email

06/19/2009 - Approval notice send email

06/22/2009 - Green Card received

04/09/2012 - Applied for Citizenship by Express Mailing N400 to NBC

04/10/2012 - N400 received by USCIS

06/23/2012 - Biometrics appointment

07/27/2012 - Appointment scheduled for N400 interview

09/05/2012 - Interview passed, oath ceremony completed, and Naturalization certificate received.

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You don't need a case number to "register" on USCIS.gov (go here: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/login.jsp and click on the link that says "Want to Register?" just above the submit button. Your portfolio will just be empty until you have a receipt number so that you can add a case to it. But you can certainly register if you want.
Hi....

You probably could have saved yourself some time and aggravation by sending BOTH petitions to CSC at the same time. This has been discussed "ad nauseum" on the forum for the past weeks. If you sent a Money Order, you are best advised to wait for your NOA-1 because it will have your assigned case number on it. This is why the recommendation has been to send a check. Once the check is cashed, you can get your case number from the back of the check. It is a 13 digit number that starts with three letters...such as WAC...then 10 numbers. Example: WAC1234567890

You should probably check what the fee is for sending the I-129f will be now too. I filed those for my wife separately but a month or so ago. Our fees were $190 for the I-130 and $170 for the I-129f....Total $360.00

Good luck on your Visa Journey, :thumbs:

Thanks everyone. One more question though, how do you get notified of the NOA1 electronically? I registered on the USCIS website but it asked to put in a case registration number to ad a case to my file. Will I just have to wait for the snail mail to know it has been received and get my case registration number? Or will I get an email since I registered. Thanks again :)

Wow, you've been a member for two months and missed every discussion on these issues. There must have been a dozen threads where people were advised to send a personal check and at least that many where instructions on how to file the I-129F without the paper NOA1 were discussed. In each of those threads, enclosing a copy of the cancelled check instead of waiting was mentioned. For about three weeks we really have been talking a lot about filing both petitions together directly with CSC or VSC.

I don't see a solution for you except to wait. While you're waiting, you might want to read some more threads and be darn certain you actually want to file an I-129F to start the K3 process.

And, you cannot be notified of the NOA-1 electronically. You must HAVE YOUR CASE NUMBER in order to sign up for electronic e-mail notifications in the future. Another good reason for sending a CHECK instead of a Money Order. And, you can't have "registered" on the USCIS website UNLESS you have your CASE NUMBER from the back of the check or NOA-1!

Yes, thanks, thats what I meant earlier when I said that I had registered. I realize now that I need the case number to get any updates though. Appreciate your help ;)


2003 Met my husband while going to school in U.S.

2005 Moved back to Canada :(

2005-2007 Many visits back to the U.S.

July 20, 2007 Married!

July 27, 2007 Sent off I-130 package

August 6, 2007 Confirmation service center received package via online tracking

September 6, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 10, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-130 Approved

September 11, 2007 Sent off I-129f package

September 17, 2007 Confirmation service center received package

September 19, 2007 NOA-1 Receipt date

September 25, 2007 Received NOA-1 in mail

Case pending at CSC

March 6, 2008 Touch

March 7, 2008 Touch.

March 9, 2008 Touch

March 11, 2008 1-129f Approved

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