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I am filling out the forms for AOS and I have some q for you:)

I've read the instructions and I've seen the example forms ,but I still have questions.

1.Form I-485 .---I don't know what is my middle name after marriage?My family name is his fam name and before marriage I used to have a first name and a middle name.Some people told me that after marriage my middle name is actually my maiden family name??I'm so confused.We just got married on Saturday.

then what should I write at the field Address?The state?..I've seen in the example C/O?That is COLORADO?

----From where do I take my Alien number?Do I have smth like that?

----If I already have a SSN,from last year(J1-work&Travel visa) should I use it in these forms?

2.Form I-130 :wacko: ...at the field information about your relative.I've seen in the example they filled out the address from the foreign country.That means we should write down my address from my country?Or that's an example for k3 visa.I came with K1.

at q 14 shoul I put none or K1-visa?

Thank you so much for your help!

Good luck to everyone!

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Hi,

I change my status from F-1, but I will try my best to answer your questions! :yes:

1) Form I-485, when you got married last week, what name did you take? If your marriage certificate only shows your first name and new family name (husband last name), then you do not have any middle name. After you got married, your maiden name DOES NOT automatic become your middle name, it only depends what did you put down on the day you got married. So, double check what name you use now. Like me, I do not have any middle name, so I just put NONE on the application.

2) For the address, C/O means Care Of, it doesn't mean colorado. I skip that line and jump directly to STREET NUMBER and NAME, I just put "123 Smith Street"

3) For Alien Number, not everybody has one, if you have a EAD (work card) before, then you have a A# printed on top. If you do not have any, then just put "None"

4) If you every have a SSN, then fill it on the form.

5) Form I-130, please keep in mind that the NON-US Spouse is the relative, which is you in this case I believe. Since this form is supposed to be fill out by your US Citizen Spouse, then he/she should fill out PART B- INFORMATION ABOUT YOU and your information should be on PART C- INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR RELATIVE. In my case, my husband and I are living together, then we both have the same address. Yes, some people might fill a foreign address on PART C because they probably are not in the US. So, if you and your spouse are living together in US, then fill the same address.

6) For Ques 14, if you enter as K1, then put K1.

Hope these help!

GOOD LUCK!

Hi!

I am filling out the forms for AOS and I have some q for you:)

I've read the instructions and I've seen the example forms ,but I still have questions.

1.Form I-485 .---I don't know what is my middle name after marriage?My family name is his fam name and before marriage I used to have a first name and a middle name.Some people told me that after marriage my middle name is actually my maiden family name??I'm so confused.We just got married on Saturday.

then what should I write at the field Address?The state?..I've seen in the example C/O?That is COLORADO?

----From where do I take my Alien number?Do I have smth like that?

----If I already have a SSN,from last year(J1-work&Travel visa) should I use it in these forms?

2.Form I-130 :wacko: ...at the field information about your relative.I've seen in the example they filled out the address from the foreign country.That means we should write down my address from my country?Or that's an example for k3 visa.I came with K1.

at q 14 shoul I put none or K1-visa?

Thank you so much for your help!

Good luck to everyone!


08/2002 Arrived US with F-1 Student Visa

01/01/08 EAD received (Student OPT)

08/01/08 Got married

AOS

08/31/08 USPS Express Delivery I-485, I-130, I-131, I-765 to Chicago Office

09/02/08 USCIS received the package

09/04/08 USCIS sent NOA1 by mail

09/08/08 Received all (4) NOA1 for I-130, I-131, I-485 & I-765

09/12/08 Received Biometrics appointment letter

10/03/08 Appointment for Biometrics

11/04/08 Received Interview NOA by mail

11/10/08 InfoPass for AP

11/12/08 AP Approve Notice Sent , EAD Card Production Ordered

11/17/08 AP received

11/25/08 EAD received

12/11/08 Appointment for Interview - APPROVED

12/27/08 GREEN CARD received

ROC

11/16/10 USPS Express Delivery I-751 to California Service Center

11/17/10 USCIS received the package, Notice of Action dated same day

11/19/10 Check was cashed

11/23/10 Received NOA

12/11/10 Green Gard expired

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Hi,

I change my status from F-1, but I will try my best to answer your questions! :yes:

1) Form I-485, when you got married last week, what name did you take? If your marriage certificate only shows your first name and new family name (husband last name), then you do not have any middle name. After you got married, your maiden name DOES NOT automatic become your middle name, it only depends what did you put down on the day you got married. So, double check what name you use now. Like me, I do not have any middle name, so I just put NONE on the application.

2) For the address, C/O means Care Of, it doesn't mean colorado. I skip that line and jump directly to STREET NUMBER and NAME, I just put "123 Smith Street"

3) For Alien Number, not everybody has one, if you have a EAD (work card) before, then you have a A# printed on top. If you do not have any, then just put "None"

4) If you every have a SSN, then fill it on the form.

5) Form I-130, please keep in mind that the NON-US Spouse is the relative, which is you in this case I believe. Since this form is supposed to be fill out by your US Citizen Spouse, then he/she should fill out PART B- INFORMATION ABOUT YOU and your information should be on PART C- INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR RELATIVE. In my case, my husband and I are living together, then we both have the same address. Yes, some people might fill a foreign address on PART C because they probably are not in the US. So, if you and your spouse are living together in US, then fill the same address.

6) For Ques 14, if you enter as K1, then put K1.

Hope these help!

GOOD LUCK!

Thank you so much for answering so many q!!!

I'm afraid I din'nt change my family name....:(I didn't know I have to write down on the certificate my new family name:(((Nobody told me that!!!

I don't have my original marriage certificate yet.I have just the one that it's for us...and is says:groom and bride..and he(the judge)wrote there my maiden family name...maybe becuase this is how I wrote on the marrige licence...I go crazy!!!I didn't know I have to write down my new name..I thought they change it by default!!It's cra..

thank you so much!

Hi!

I am filling out the forms for AOS and I have some q for you:)

I've read the instructions and I've seen the example forms ,but I still have questions.

1.Form I-485 .---I don't know what is my middle name after marriage?My family name is his fam name and before marriage I used to have a first name and a middle name.Some people told me that after marriage my middle name is actually my maiden family name??I'm so confused.We just got married on Saturday.

then what should I write at the field Address?The state?..I've seen in the example C/O?That is COLORADO?

----From where do I take my Alien number?Do I have smth like that?

----If I already have a SSN,from last year(J1-work&Travel visa) should I use it in these forms?

2.Form I-130 :wacko: ...at the field information about your relative.I've seen in the example they filled out the address from the foreign country.That means we should write down my address from my country?Or that's an example for k3 visa.I came with K1.

at q 14 shoul I put none or K1-visa?

Thank you so much for your help!

Good luck to everyone!

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Hi!

I am filling out the forms for AOS and I have some q for you:)

I've read the instructions and I've seen the example forms ,but I still have questions.

1.Form I-485 .---I don't know what is my middle name after marriage?My family name is his fam name and before marriage I used to have a first name and a middle name.Some people told me that after marriage my middle name is actually my maiden family name??I'm so confused.We just got married on Saturday.

then what should I write at the field Address?The state?..I've seen in the example C/O?That is COLORADO?

----From where do I take my Alien number?Do I have smth like that?

----If I already have a SSN,from last year(J1-work&Travel visa) should I use it in these forms?

2.Form I-130 :wacko: ...at the field information about your relative.I've seen in the example they filled out the address from the foreign country.That means we should write down my address from my country?Or that's an example for k3 visa.I came with K1.

at q 14 shoul I put none or K1-visa?

Thank you so much for your help!

Good luck to everyone!

I don't have all my husband's paperwork with me since I'm at work, but what i CAN answer for you is that your A# should be on your K-1 visa in your passport.

It is the red number on the Visa


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Feb 25, 2011: NOA date

Mar 04, 2011: Rec'd NOA dated 2/25

Mar 18, 2011: Rec'd Biometrics Appt letter

Apr 08, 2011: Biometrics Appointment

Aug 26, 2011: Approval letter rec'd dated 8/22

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(i wasnt able to edit my last post fast enough)

but yes if you have a SSN you should use it


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Our ROC Journey

Feb 23, 2011: ROC packet sent to VSC

Feb 24, 2011: Packet rec'd at VSC

Feb 25, 2011: NOA date

Mar 04, 2011: Rec'd NOA dated 2/25

Mar 18, 2011: Rec'd Biometrics Appt letter

Apr 08, 2011: Biometrics Appointment

Aug 26, 2011: Approval letter rec'd dated 8/22

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i think it means "moved by charles" ?

I had one of my posts moved and asked the same thing lol


Sarahusaukflag.jpgRobbie

Our ROC Journey

Feb 23, 2011: ROC packet sent to VSC

Feb 24, 2011: Packet rec'd at VSC

Feb 25, 2011: NOA date

Mar 04, 2011: Rec'd NOA dated 2/25

Mar 18, 2011: Rec'd Biometrics Appt letter

Apr 08, 2011: Biometrics Appointment

Aug 26, 2011: Approval letter rec'd dated 8/22

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