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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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hey all,

another problem...our I-129F got approved and we got approval notice NOA2 in mail today.

However, we want to persue CR1 root. What do we need to do further?! do we need to contact USCIS to terminate it or they will do it themselves or we can just leave it to time and can pursue both path at the same time?

thanking you all in advance,

pari

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hey all,

another problem...our I-129F got approved and we got approval notice NOA2 in mail today.

However, we want to persue CR1 root. What do we need to do further?! do we need to contact USCIS to terminate it or they will do it themselves or we can just leave it to time and can pursue both path at the same time?

thanking you all in advance,

pari

I think some people would like to have your NOA2 in their hands :whistle:

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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hey all,

another problem...our I-129F got approved and we got approval notice NOA2 in mail today.

However, we want to persue CR1 root. What do we need to do further?! do we need to contact USCIS to terminate it or they will do it themselves or we can just leave it to time and can pursue both path at the same time?

thanking you all in advance,

pari

I think some people would like to have your NOA2 in their hands :whistle:

well..USCIS took a whole big fee for our I-129f to be processed so i guesss we worth the process for our money :)

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So why do you wanna pursue the CR1 root?

Because it gives them an immigrant visa and they don't have to put in more $$$$ for AOS :) me thinks.

As to how to go about it.... I have no clue. Wisdom, anyone?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Pari, is your I-130 already approved? If that's the case, then I think you'll need to fill out the I-824 to make USCIS send the I-130 to the NVC.


CR1 application

I-130: 03/26/2007-07/02/2007 at NSC

NVC: 07/20/2007-11/08/2007

Interview at Montreal Consulate: 01/18/2008

(2 months' additional security checks)

Received Green Card: 05/12/2008

Removal of Conditions

I-751: 2/25/10-

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Pari, is your I-130 already approved? If that's the case, then I think you'll need to fill out the I-824 to make USCIS send the I-130 to the NVC.

Ok I don't know much about this, except what I have read. If they hold back your I-130 and send the I-129F through, then you will have to file the I-824 to request they move forward with the CR1 - and from what I have heard that isn't even a guarantee. It's weird - sometimes they hold it back, sometimes they move both forward - all very weird.

Have you received anything from NVC at all? Choice of agent, anything?

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hey all,

another problem...our I-129F got approved and we got approval notice NOA2 in mail today.

However, we want to persue CR1 root. What do we need to do further?! do we need to contact USCIS to terminate it or they will do it themselves or we can just leave it to time and can pursue both path at the same time?

thanking you all in advance,

pari

Pari,

According to your timeline, your I-130 has been approved already and you are at the last stage of your NVC process. So you are better off pursuing CR-1 route. Call NVC and talk with an operator live to find out what you can do to pursue the CR-1 route only. Good Luck!


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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