Hopefully this is not a repeat post. So I turned in the paper work for a I-485 in conjunction with the work authorization (I-765) document. I receieved two different receipts in the mail (with two different receptih numbers). I am able to see status on uscis website for one of the numbers (the I-765 one) and it shows that the card has been sent in the mail. Hoewever, while trying to see the status for the other receipt number (I-485 one) nothing shows up and it says nothing can be found for that number.
My questions are, is the work authorization card the "greencard"/ permanent residency card? and also, if I receive the approval for this wrk authorization card, does that mean that the AOS was accepted as well?
My friend is asking me to help him re-file K-1 since the first one he did was denied and he file a I-290B. Until now no news and calling them they said no time frame for this type of I-290B. He wants to waive (drop) the I-290B. How do he apporch it?
1) Should he call USCIS or mail cancellation letter to USCIS for his I-290B?
2) If written required, can he also re-file K-1 same time as when he mail out the cancel I-290B?
3) Does the G-325A require Beneficinary signature or can mail w/out a beneficinary signature?
4) Beneficinary passport photo took 2yrs ago, can partition use that photo?
5) Intent to marry letter - can it a scanned copy printed from email pdf or need to orginal?
Thought thing get smoothly on perparing the I-130 for mom-in-law. Just found out that on my wife birth certificate her mom date of birth is incorrect, only her year is correct. Even her mom name spell one letter diferent from her mom's passport.
On my wife brith certificate, her mom DOB was 01/30/1966 but her passport said 02/26/1966. The passport is the correct one.
On my wife brith certificate, her mom First Name wrote as Sokon but her passport said Sokun. The passport is the correct one.
What should I do so that everything match on her mom passport? Or how can this be corrected on my wife brith cerificate? Or any other doc i need to attach to show these error.
Note: I have not send I-130 yet just getting it ready and now these error.
My cousin tried for a visa and was rejected with the NA 214(b) clause. States she doesn't have concrete establishment in Cambodia for her to return.
She has a hut that she rent to sell items such a coffee, snacks, etc.., a house in her name, land, and stable monthly income of 900/month. Plus, she's married but unable to have kids due to her medical condition.
I even gave her a copy of my previous tax return, and proof income to provide to the consulate that she will not be a public burden and that she will also have a place to stay here.
Anybody have any suggestions to persuade the consulate or provide helpful tips to help her with this problem?