My husband was baclogged in 01/2009 for lack of hardship and they asked us to summit more evidence and the letter was also marked other:I-72. Does anybody know what this form is.
Hubby Visa appt- Oct 29,07
Waiver appt Nov1,07
January 22.09- Approved
March 10,09- picked up results,went to appt
March 11,09- picked up dhl package
March12.09 finallygot visa.
March 18,09 Home
Sept 2012- husband is a citizen..
husband filed for his mother
April24,2014 they received it
may 5,2013 received i-797
dec3,2013 I-130 transferred to local office
dec5,2013 transferred to nvc in california.
DEC17- I-130 Approved
Hi mjlopez: My hubby is in CDJ right now and yesterday he asked me the same question because he had met someone who had just been backlogged for the same reason. I agree with simply-heartfelt that it is hard to figure out what the form is. From what I was able to figure out yesterday, I think the I-72 is the name of the notice you receive requesting that you provide them with information. The I-72 should list what you need to give them. Have you or your attorney ever received a request for information? The person my husband met yesterday had had an issue with gun possession and he was told he needed to have included court records and he was backlogged because he had not.
04/14/2007 -- Married Hubby
06/13/2007 -- Sent I-130
11/13/2007 -- I-130 Approved
01/22/2009 -- Sent DS-230 and I-864 to NVC
01/30/2009 -- Case completed
03/06/2009 -- Visa appointment at 11:45 a.m. -- Eligible for Waiver
04/16/2009 -- Waiver appointment at 9:00 a.m.
04/20/2009 -- Waiver APPROVED!!!!
05/01/2009 -- Received Social Security Card
05/05/2009 -- Received Green Card
I was thinking that they might be referring to the I-797 which is the I-30 approval letter, I think.
Hubby left the U.S.-October 15, 2007
1st Visa Interview-October 17, 2007
Waiver Appointment-October 22, 2007-Backlogged
Entered DHS System- November 20, 2007
Waiver approved on 01/20/09 by Faustino..
Approval letter received 01/28/09