No. It is not necessary to send in a Form I-130 when the person has been admitted as a fiancée a d is now filing for adjustment of status based on marriage to the fiancée petitioner.
You guessed that one right: the Form I-129 F was the equivalent of the I-130 you would have ordinarily needed. But not In this instance.
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As long as you include a copy of the I-129 F with supporting materials and the I-129F approval you should not need the I-130.
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I agree to some extent. You can still file without the I-130, because she married you within 90 days. However, don't wait too long. Good luck.
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No. Just file the I485. No I-130
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