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I485 "Expires on (MM/DD/YYYY) on first page

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Good Morning,

I'm typing up the final copies of my wife's Adjustment of Status form. I'm not sure which date to enter on the "Expires on mm/dd/yyyy" question at the top of the first page. Her visa has two dates, expiration of petition and expiration of visa. I am guessing we put in the expiration of visa, but I want to verify it with the folks here.

Thank you and Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah to everyone!

Sincerely,

Leigh

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Definitely the I-94 expiration. The moment you go through the POE, the expiration of the visa in your passport doesn't really matter much anymore as it's a one-time use and you've used it by entering the U.S. Your new expiration is now the last day of your I-94, or 90 days from the date you went through the POE.

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