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Waiting for AOS - Lost UK Passport

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Hello,

I'm currently waiting for my Adjustment of Status. I filed back in January, and recently got a letter saying that the wait period would be about another 6 months, and that the interview would possibly be waived. I already have my EAD and Advance Parole, and have completed the biometrics appointment.

What are the consequences of losing my passport? Will it affect my AOS application? Do I need to report this to USCIS?

Thanks,

Tom

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Dude you lost your passport? You aren't in the system now, you're basically a Jason Bourne and will be hunted down by the government. That or you could just go get a new passport at your Embassy, or if that's too far I would guess they have travel dates. It shouldn't affect your AOS, it could slow it down if it is required at some point but you will just need to get one. Odds are you will get your green card in the mail and nobody will know about the passport. I would work on getting your replacement. Unless your address changed, no need to report to USCIS. Good luck.

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Hello,

I'm currently waiting for my Adjustment of Status. I filed back in January, and recently got a letter saying that the wait period would be about another 6 months, and that the interview would possibly be waived. I already have my EAD and Advance Parole, and have completed the biometrics appointment.

What are the consequences of losing my passport? Will it affect my AOS application? Do I need to report this to USCIS?

Thanks,

Tom

You need to report it lost to the UK https://www.gov.uk/report-a-lost-or-stolen-passport

You need to order a new one from the UK. They are not ordered from British embassies in the US. https://www.gov.uk/overseas-passports

You will not be in trouble with US immigration. Save documentation that you did report it lost.


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