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Do I need to include duplicate documents for each form + Include every single I-20?

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Hi, just as the title suggests, if I’m filing i131,765,130,485, I need four copies of document for each. This is too much and paper stack has been getting thick. I’m wondering if I can just include forms in one folder and label associated documents in another folder.

 

additionally, if we have many I-20s, and I’m not sure if everything needs to be included. does uscis have a record of everything? Can I just include the most recent one and bring the rest for the interview? Or include only relavent one? 

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5 hours ago, Charmss said:

Hi, just as the title suggests, if I’m filing i131,765,130,485, I need four copies of document for each. This is too much and paper stack has been getting thick. I’m wondering if I can just include forms in one folder and label associated documents in another folder.

 

additionally, if we have many I-20s, and I’m not sure if everything needs to be included. does uscis have a record of everything? Can I just include the most recent one and bring the rest for the interview? Or include only relavent one? 

if your eligibility is based on cr-1/ir-1  then you do not need i-20s at all. Not every application requires the same evidence or any evidence, read the instructions on very petition and only include what is needed or required. Look at the thread below, it is an  example of how to put together a perfect  package.

 

 

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On 6/7/2018 at 7:15 AM, azblk said:

if your eligibility is based on cr-1/ir-1  then you do not need i-20s at all. Not every application requires the same evidence or any evidence, read the instructions on very petition and only include what is needed or required. Look at the thread below, it is an  example of how to put together a perfect  package.

 

 

I'm a F-1 trying to do adjustment of status. Would it change any?

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I am also adjusting from F1 and included all of my previous I20s (multiple copies) in my "final package." Since I had a previous F1 visa before, CPT, etc. I had a total of 5 I20s :P


Local Field office: Raleigh, NC

 

Filed I-130, I130A, I-485, I-765 & I-864
Date Mailed: 01/25/2018
Date Received: 01/30/2018
Date Received NOA Letters: 02/06/2018
Received Biometrics Letter: 02/17/2018
Biometrics Done: 02/26/2018
RFIE (I485): 02/23/2018
RFIE in mailbox: 3/3/2018
RFIE received by USCIS: 3/8/2018
USCIS update - EAD being produced and sent to me: 5/25
EAD sent me to: 5/31
I-485 "ready to schedule interview: 6/1
EAD in hand: 6/4
i485 interview notice has been sent in the mail: 6/4

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