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Old Jan 31st 2002, 10:12 pm
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how long will it take for my k3 visa to processed nebraska district and chicago......
anyone with infos please
i want to know if anyone can tell me the right way to send the k3 visa is it to send the I130first and wait for the receipt then use this receipt to send to the I129f or you can send both of the forms in the same time
anyone with answers will make me the happiest thnak you in advance
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Old Jan 31st 2002, 11:17 pm
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You need the notice of action from the I-130 to send in with the I-129f that is filed
for the K-3 visa, so you must wait for that document before you can file for the K-3.
The current timelines are sketchy at best, but anticipate 2-3 months for approval and
hope that it's quicker than that. See the K-3 section of the doc steen site for more
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Old Feb 1st 2002, 12:05 am
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Alvena, if you're not already working for an immigration lawyer or in law school, you should be!
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Old Feb 1st 2002, 7:27 am
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Yup,100% correct - She should be.

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Old Feb 1st 2002, 1:29 pm
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Work for someone: They'd have to pay pretty good for me to quit the job I have
now. That's just the economics of life talking. The hell of working for an
attorney is that you get all the hard stuff there . Not the fun stuff that we
have here. Law School: Nice thought, but I'm 52, and it's just not in my goals any
more at this point.

thanks for the kudos, however. alvena
 
Old Feb 2nd 2002, 8:28 pm
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Default Did my wife mis-sent the staff? please i need your help

well i will be very gratful if you would possibly help me answer this hard question? well my wife did send everything at one time she did not wait for the receipt of the I130 then send the i129f she just sent everything at one time after 60 days she received a letter from MSC requesting for a copy of the marriage certificate and copies of the two receipts ....
can anyone pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee tell me what is going to happen and what my wife did will affect negatively the process of my petition?? and thank you in advance
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Old Feb 2nd 2002, 10:43 pm
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As long as she sends what was requested, there will be no ill effects
whatsoever. Alvena
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discussion only. If your case is complicated, then you may need an immigration
attorney. Locate an immigration attorney in your area at: http://www.aila.org
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Old Feb 3rd 2002, 8:36 pm
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Default IS THE I134 A MUST???

well this is how i wanna start this..... i am married to a US citizenb yet the problem she has just turned to be 19 and she was paying her taxes for a long time because she only worked for a year and some months and at this time she is with me in morocco now my question is will i have to have the I134? if yes will it be possible for my mother-in-law to do it for me or any other member???????
and thank you very much
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Old Feb 3rd 2002, 8:51 pm
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Since Kristi is there with you won't don't you see about direct filing at the US Consulate.

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Old Feb 3rd 2002, 9:04 pm
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Default i know but she will have to come back home

so since she will not be with me in the US consulate will i have to have it and will it be possible for my mom's in law to fill it for me?
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Old Feb 4th 2002, 11:17 am
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Yes, your mother in law can be a co-sponsor, presuming that she has 125% of the
poverty line income for her household and you, all put together. that is, if there
are two persons in her household and you, then she must have income sufficient for a
total of 3 persons. See affidavit of support section on doc steen site for more
info. Alvena
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gleaned from the previous postings of others, and posted for the purpose of
discussion only. If your case is complicated, then you may need an immigration
attorney. Locate an immigration attorney in your area at: http://www.aila.org
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Old Feb 5th 2002, 4:35 pm
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Default WHAT ABOUT THE I-134?????

WELL THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ANSWERS I HIGHLY APPRECIATE IT FROM YOU NOW WILL YOU MIND POSSIBLY ANSWERING THIS ONE TOO.....
WHAT ABOUT THE I-134 WILL IT NEED TO BE APPROVED LIKE ANY OTHER PETEITION OR NO
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR ANY ANSWERS..
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