I found this info. online: "I-129F petitions for K-3 status filed on/after July 30th 2007 have no fee since the I-130 cost was increased." Is this true? Thank you!
Did you read the instructions to the form you are trying to fill out? I guess the answer is "no" since this is what the instructions clearly stating in the What is the Fee section on page 6 that there is no fee for clarification of a immigrant spouse of a USC.
Also, you do not need the form all together if you filed the I-130. All it will is to place additional burden on the already overburdened system. It will not be adjudication faster in any measurable sense. I-130 is enough. It is also better, since it provides your spouse with the ability not to deal with a lengthy and costly process of adjustment of status.
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No, that is not true at all, since the I-129/F for K-3 has a fee that is separate and distinct from the one you paid for the I-130.
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