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  1. We have the same case mine didn’t cause any problem at the embassy.
  2. I met my husband in a free dating website. You’ll be fine. ☺️ Good luck!
  3. To John & Rose, Hoping you two have a beautiful life and an endless love story. Congrats on your wedding day!
  4. Hi VJ community, A friend of ours needs help but this is above my relm of understanding. I was wondering if you've ever seen this before. The story: in October 2016, he did a K1 for his fiance in the Philippines. He later withdrew that petition. Last November, 2017, he did another K1 for his new fiance but forgot to disclose about his previous petition in 2016. And today, he received an rfe with "notice of intent to revoke" NOIR. I searched and read this: A Notice of Intent to Revoke (NOIR) is a communication sent by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to a petitioner about a previously approved petition, telling him or her that the USCIS intends to revoke the petition, along with the reasons for revocation, and giving the petitioner a fixed amount of time to respond.[1] NOIRs may be issued for immigrant visa petitions (such as Form I-130 and Form I-140)[1] and for non-immigrant visa petitions (such as Form I-129 and Form I-129F).[2] Response protocolEdit The NOIR is sent to, and the response must be sent by, the petitioner (or an attorney representing the petitioner, if the petitioner is using an attorney) rather than the beneficiary. A copy may be sent to the beneficiary for information. If the petitioner responds within the specified time, then the petitioner's response is considered when making a final decision on whether to revoke the petition. Otherwise, the petition is revoked once the specified time is over. An extension may be granted at the discretion of USCIS if the petitioner needs additional time to obtain documentation from abroad or for other meritorious reasons; however, the petitioner must respond in a timely manner to the NOIR by the stated deadline, and provide a reason for requesting the extra time.[1] I've only heard of NOID, Notice of intent to deny only. Are these two the same? What are his options? Has anyone ever heard of this before? Any insight and guidance would be appreciated, as always. Thank you,
  5. @Naes long time lurker here! Congratulations ♥️💯🎉🎊
  6. Congratulations, John & Rose!
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