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  1. So, essentially, submit it as it is, but make sure to keep a copy in case any situations arise.
  2. Good morning VJ, I hope this message finds you well. We encountered an issue when preparing to submit the I-130 online. My partner noticed that some dates were missing from the "Draft snapshot." For instance, we completed his address history for the past five years, as shown in the image below: However, when we review the "Draft Snapshot," the dates do not appear as filled out on the I-130 form: Is that a normal thing? Is it ok to just submit? Regards,
  3. Discovered some helpful videos, but they won't consider reviewing the petition unless they handle the entire case.
  4. Dear VJ Forum Members, I hope this message finds you all in good spirits. I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you for your invaluable support and assistance throughout our I-130 journey. Your insights, advice, and shared experiences have been immensely helpful, and I am truly grateful for the sense of community and camaraderie we have here. As we move forward in this process, I find myself in need of some professional guidance. I am currently seeking recommendations for a lawyer who is experienced in immigration matters and can offer their services to review our I-130 petition before we submit it. If any of you have had positive experiences with such legal professionals or have any recommendations, I would greatly appreciate your input. Once again, thank you all for your continued support and assistance. Together, we can navigate this journey with confidence and resilience. Warm regards, Reynaldo & Renzo
  5. Good morning, Firstly, I want to express my gratitude to all of you for your assistance. My partner discovered another page in his file, a document titled "Complaint Arrest/Affidavit." On the back of the document, there is a seal, as shown in the image below, which reads: "Nolle Prosequi." He also came across a copy of his N400 form and how the lawyer completed this section. I assume we need to fill out the I129-F in the same manner. Thanks again.
  6. Records are for the USC. Beneficiary has never been arrested. I-130 is not yet submitted and is expected to be submitted before April 1st.
  7. Alright. I suppose, given that the K3 will likely be denied. Therefore, should he simply indicate "Yes" for question 4.a, offer a brief explanation of what the situation was, and submit the aforementioned documents? Regards,
  8. There are two additional documents with extensive handwritten notes; he believes they are the police report, although the writing on the documents is difficult to decipher. These papers describe the situation as it was at that time. He had a lawyer.
  9. So essentially, he has to request the sentencing and minutes/disposition from the Miami Dade Court and attach a copy of the "No Record sheet" along with all the documents mentioned above? Thanks again.
  10. Thanks for the reply. Yes, all these documents share the same case number. The document from 2008 states: Division: Traffic/Misdemeanor. My partner mentioned to me that his case falls under the Misdemeanor category.
  11. Good morning VJ, I hope this message finds you well. I have an inquiry about a section of form I129F. My partner's record was expunged from a case, and while he has some documents, he's unsure which ones to include with his I129F form. Could you kindly provide guidance on which documents should be included? Please see an image of the documents he has in his possession: 1- 2- 3- Thanks in advance for all your help. Regards,
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