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About visahopeful2018

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  1. I received the NOA2 letter soon after december 6 (the date printed on it) and have not received anything since.
  2. My NOA2 date is 12/06, and I still haven’t received anything from NVC (or anything else at all). Is that normal? Should I take any action? Thank you.
  3. visahopeful2018

    Impossible RFE

    I stated under the criminal record section that I received a speeding ticket “c. 2009” and it was cleared from my DMV record, and I couldn’t remember whether it was over $500 or not (they say not to include traffic tickets under 500). I’m the petitioner, I haven’t done biometrics.
  4. visahopeful2018

    Impossible RFE

    Thanks.. do you know if they don't find that response satisfactory, will they send me a second RFE? Or is the K-1 process over for me?
  5. visahopeful2018

    Impossible RFE

    Thanks, but it just took me to the same courthouse I just talked to.. they said that there are no more "certified" records for such old traffic tickets
  6. visahopeful2018

    Impossible RFE

    Update, I got ahold of the court house where the ticket was processed. They said 1) that the ticket was indeed under $500 (under $200 actually), and that 2) they no longer have anything that could be considered a "certified" record of it because it's so old. They said they would mail me a "sealed" copy of the records, but I'm pretty sure this is the same thing I could have printed online. Do you think this will be enough for the RFE? Should I include a note saying that the ticket was under $500 and I should not have mentioned it on the original application? I did word it on the i-129f form that "I don't remember how much the ticket was for and am not sure whether it was over $500 or not".
  7. visahopeful2018

    Impossible RFE

    Plus it was almost 10 years ago, would they even still have it?
  8. visahopeful2018

    Impossible RFE

    It wasn't handled in a courthouse. I paid it online and went to traffic school online. I don't even remember which city it was in (it was on a road trip), just that it was in California, where I live.
  9. visahopeful2018

    Impossible RFE

    I just received an RFE for i-129f in the mail. It says "From the record submitted, it appears that you have been arrested/convicted. Please submit certified copies of all court and police records, showing the charges and dispositions for every such conviction. This is required even if your records were sealed or otherwise cleared or if anyone, including a judge, law enforcement officer, or attorney told you that you no longer have a record." Sometime in 2009, I got a run-of-the-mill speeding ticket, Something like 80mph in a 70mph zone. But speeding tickets run high in California, and I couldn't remember how much it was (whether it was over the $500 they mention on the application), so I stated this on my i-129f (that I got a speeding ticket in 2009 and I don't remember how much it was for). But I have no physical records of this anymore, it was almost 10 years ago. I went to traffic school and the record was cleared from the DMV as far as I know. I ordered unofficial records a few months ago and my DMV record is blank. I have no records of this ticket at all and don't know where to get them, not even the email from the traffic school receipts. I'm so scared and I don't know what to do... is it all over for me? Thanks for any help.
  10. I am planning a 1-month trip to visit my fiance in his country. I filed i-129f some months ago. Hopefully I'll just receive NOA2 before I leave, but there's a possibility that I could receive an RFE while I am abroad. How much time do you have to submit the requested evidence? Would a several-week delay in response hurt my case? Also, if you do receive an RFE instead of an approval, does your case display "RFE" on your USCIS website account so I could at least be aware of it? Thank you so much.
  11. How did you find that out?
  12. I am currently preparing form i-129f. My fiance will be visiting me in the US for about 2 months, arriving May 14th. Does it lower my chances of approval if I wait until he arrives to send the form? I would have to say that he is currently in the country. I have a feeling that doesn't look very good. Also, if I manage to complete it before he arrives, I would have to say that he is not currently in the country. But if USCIS doesn't receive the form until after he arrives (due to the time it takes to be sent through the mail and processed), would that be considered false information, even if it was accurate at the time that I wrote it? Even if they don't open the envelope for another 6 months (the current processing time), do they count the form information as being accurate on the day it was postmarked, or on the day that it was received at the filing center? Thank you so much for any advice.