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Timdo72

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About Timdo72

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  • Location Houston, TX, USA

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    Male
  • City
    Houston
  • State
    Texas

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Phoenix AZ Lockbox
  • Country
    Vietnam (no flag)

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  1. Hello all, my physical address on the I-130 is Houston, Texas but my petition was sent to the Nebraska Service Center. I know that there is a service center in Texas so I thought my petition would be sent there instead. That would make more sense to me so I am curious how USCIS determines which service center to send a petition to. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks in advance! So does USCIS select a service center based on your physical address?
  2. Thank you for your response! I put DECEASED in Family Name and N/A in the rest of the questions. I just hope that won't be a problem. I should have provided the info and put Deceased in both the city and country of residence like you did. I didn't provide any info but if USCIS still wanted to know, the info is on my wife's birth certificate which I did provided. I am also glad that a death certificate is not required at NVC stage. Thanks for the info!
  3. Hello all, I have 2 questions today. I have already filed a CR-1 I-130 for my spouse (wife) last month (April 2020). 1. On the I-130A, under Information About Parent 1 & 2. For Parent 1, I completed all questions with my wife's mother info. As for Parent 2, I just put DECEASED and N/A on the rest of the questions since my wife's father had passed away a long time ago. The question is: Am I still supposed to provide my wife's father info even though he had passed or putting Deceased and N/A was the correct way? 2. Will a death certificate be required at NVC stage for my wife's father who had passed? Thank you in advance!
  4. Hello all, I have 2 questions today. I have already filed a CR-1 I-130 for my spouse (wife) last month (April 2020). 1. On the I-130A, under Information About Parent 1 & 2. My wife's father had passed a long time ago so
  5. Hello all, I am filing a CR-1 for my spouse and our I-130 is currently at USCIS. I left my home country, Vietnam, a long time ago and didn't have a birth certificate. Then I became a US citizen and have my Certificate of Naturalization. I submitted both copies of my Certificate of Naturalization and US Passport to USCIS. I have heard from another website saying that I would eventually need to submit a Birth Certificate and if I don't have one, I would then need to get an "Affidavit in Lieu of Birth Certificate" or an "Affidavit of Birth" to submit instead. I am confused! Is this true or is my Certificate of Naturalization good enough? Thanks in advance.
  6. Please correct me if I'm wrong! FYI: I am filing a CR-1 petition by the way. In 2019, I was single/divorced the entire year. I got married this year in January 2020. So when I filed my 2019 tax return, I filed as SINGLE thinking since I was single for the entire 2019 tax year. Am I correct to file as Single for 2019 tax year even though I am currently married this year 2020? I don't want it to affect my CR-1 petition at all. And if I am wrong, what should I do? Thanks in advance for your help!
  7. Hello all, I am preparing to mail out the I-130 package. I wanted to know which carrier should I use? Has anyone had any problems with any carriers? Which carrier should I avoid? I live in Houston, Texas. Thank you in advance! USCIS: If you are filing a standalone Form I-130, and you live in: Texas Mail your application to: USCIS Phoenix Lockbox For U.S. Postal Service (USPS) deliveries: USCIS Attn: I-130 P.O. Box 21700 Phoenix, AZ 85036 For FedEx, UPS, and DHL deliveries: USCIS Attn: I-130 1820 E. Skyharbor Circle S Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ 85034
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