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I-824 cabling

Old Jan 1st 2002, 7:07 pm
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Hi all, Happy New Year,
We are just about to complete and submit our I129f (etc) and have a question regarding cabling.
Is it worth it ?
What are the pro's and cons (are there any cons?)
We don't mind spending the money if there's even just a hope of speeding up the process.
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I'm a British fiance of a Texas gal, (Dallas).
Rob and Yvette
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Old Jan 2nd 2002, 12:56 am
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We used the cable option. Texas>Bombay. And we were glad we did. It cut time off of the wait. After our approval i e-mailed and faxed a copy of both NOA's to the embassy (you will receive a NOA for both the 129 and 824). He then went to the embassy and handed in a downloaded version of the packet 3, at the public information desk. They took it and he was scheduled for his appointment within a month.
Also with the cable option if mails are held up (diplomatic pouches) yours will have been cabled and you avoid this possible delay.
I hope it works this easy for your case in Britain.
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