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Hi, I had filed for I485 for my wife. The application is under process at CSC. I didn't apply for her advanced parole and EAD with her application. Should I file for these separately.

We are planning to visit our home country (I am a US citizen) in Feb-Mar timeframe (for 3 weeks). Should I file for a separate AP to meet that deadline? Any response will be appreciated.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
Timeline

Yes you can apply for that separately. Make sure you include a copy of your I-485 receipt.

Hi, I had filed for I485 for my wife. The application is under process at CSC. I didn't apply for her advanced parole and EAD with her application. Should I file for these separately.

We are planning to visit our home country (I am a US citizen) in Feb-Mar timeframe (for 3 weeks). Should I file for a separate AP to meet that deadline? Any response will be appreciated.


AOS/ROC/Citizenship Timeline

DO - Baltimore

2010/2011

Day 0 - Nov. 29: I-751(ROC) Package Sent

Day 1 - Nov. 30: I-751(ROC) Package Delivered @ VSC

Day 4 - Dec. 03: I-751(ROC) Check Cashed

Day 34 - Jan. 13-2011: I-751(ROC) Biometrics Appointment Letter for 1/31/11

Day 46 - Jan. 31-2011: I-751(ROC) Biometrics Completed

Day 138 - Jun. 09-2011: I-751(ROC) Approval Letter Received

2011

Day 0 - Oct. 26 '11: N400 Package Sent

Day 1 - Oct. 27 '11: N400 Package Delivered @ Lewisville, TX

Day 5 - Oct. 31 '11: N400 NOA-1

Day 34 - Nov. 28 '11: Email: Placed in line for interview

Day 57 - Dec. 22 '11: Received yellow letter

Day 144 - Mar. 17 '12: Received fingerprinting letter

Day 147 - Mar. 20 '12: Biometrics completed

Day 156 - Mar. 29 '12: Email: Interview scheduled, letter in mail

Day 190 - May. 02 '12: Interview Completed, Passed, Oath same day

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Yes you can apply for that separately. AT NO COST Make sure you include a copy of your I-485 receipt.

Hi, I had filed for I485 for my wife. The application is under process at CSC. I didn't apply for her advanced parole and EAD with her application. Should I file for these separately.

We are planning to visit our home country (I am a US citizen) in Feb-Mar timeframe (for 3 weeks). Should I file for a separate AP to meet that deadline? Any response will be appreciated.


K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

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Hi, I had filed for I485 for my wife. The application is under process at CSC. I didn't apply for her advanced parole and EAD with her application. Should I file for these separately.

We are planning to visit our home country (I am a US citizen) in Feb-Mar timeframe (for 3 weeks). Should I file for a separate AP to meet that deadline? Any response will be appreciated.

Thx JB_VJ - Does I485 include these two (EAD & AP)? I thought they were but now getting conflicting information. Let me know.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
Timeline

No, It does not automatically include the EAD & AP. You can apply for it along with I-485 (like I did) or you can a apply for it separately with a pending I-485 (Send a copy of the I-485 Receipt with AP & EAD Application). If you payed $1010 as your filing fee for I-485, you do not need to send in a payment for EAD & AP, as that filing fee includes I-485, EAD & AP( If you choose to apply for those)

Hi, I had filed for I485 for my wife. The application is under process at CSC. I didn't apply for her advanced parole and EAD with her application. Should I file for these separately.

We are planning to visit our home country (I am a US citizen) in Feb-Mar timeframe (for 3 weeks). Should I file for a separate AP to meet that deadline? Any response will be appreciated.

Thx JB_VJ - Does I485 include these two (EAD & AP)? I thought they were but now getting conflicting information. Let me know.


AOS/ROC/Citizenship Timeline

DO - Baltimore

2010/2011

Day 0 - Nov. 29: I-751(ROC) Package Sent

Day 1 - Nov. 30: I-751(ROC) Package Delivered @ VSC

Day 4 - Dec. 03: I-751(ROC) Check Cashed

Day 34 - Jan. 13-2011: I-751(ROC) Biometrics Appointment Letter for 1/31/11

Day 46 - Jan. 31-2011: I-751(ROC) Biometrics Completed

Day 138 - Jun. 09-2011: I-751(ROC) Approval Letter Received

2011

Day 0 - Oct. 26 '11: N400 Package Sent

Day 1 - Oct. 27 '11: N400 Package Delivered @ Lewisville, TX

Day 5 - Oct. 31 '11: N400 NOA-1

Day 34 - Nov. 28 '11: Email: Placed in line for interview

Day 57 - Dec. 22 '11: Received yellow letter

Day 144 - Mar. 17 '12: Received fingerprinting letter

Day 147 - Mar. 20 '12: Biometrics completed

Day 156 - Mar. 29 '12: Email: Interview scheduled, letter in mail

Day 190 - May. 02 '12: Interview Completed, Passed, Oath same day

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
Timeline

The $1010 fee includes the cost for AP and EAD. Since you did not apply for AP and EAD during AOS, just include a copy of the receipt of AOS when sending the appliccation forms.


K1 visa
12.20.07 : NOA1
05.01.08 : NOA2
05.27.08 : MNL case number was received in the US
07.01.08 : interview
07.21.08 : visa on hand!!!
08.25.08 : POE:LAX
09.10.08 : applied for SSN
09.13.08 : just married!!!

11.03.08 : passed behind-the-wheel drive test


AOS
11.12.08 : Sent packet for AOS, EAD and AP
11.17.08 : Packet received at Chicago, IL (day 1)
11.24.08 : Check encashed (day 7)
12.17.08 : Biometrics! (day 30)
01.13.09 : AP and EAD approved (day 57)
01.20.09 : AP arrived in the mail (day 64)
01.22.09 : EAD card received (day 66)
04.20.09 : AOS interview
04.24.09 : Welcome letter received

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Hi, I had filed for I485 for my wife. The application is under process at CSC. I didn't apply for her advanced parole and EAD with her application. Should I file for these separately.

We are planning to visit our home country (I am a US citizen) in Feb-Mar timeframe (for 3 weeks). Should I file for a separate AP to meet that deadline? Any response will be appreciated.

Make sure you do have a good story on your way back, though.. they seem to often (from what I hear from someone I know with close ties to immigration) pick someone with an AP at the border, take them apart and give them some sort of an interview about his trip... they do this because the AP should only be used in emergencies and not for vacations.

Also, keep in mind that as soon as you want to enter the US on a AP, you are officially still applying for admission into the US and you are therefore automatically subject to exclusion... check this link also for info about this: http://www.vkblaw.com/law/depproc.htm ..this basically means that they can easily put you out of the country, even if you are still adjusting for status. Now, this will probably not happen so fast but still, it might be a thing to consider (and especially when you travel outside the US just for a vacation).


N400 Timeline:

12/14/11 - Sending out N400 package

12/19/11 - Received by USCIS

12/21/11 - NOA date

12/22/11 - Check cashed

12/27/11 - Received NOA

02/06/12 - Received yellow letter (pre-interview case file review)

03/13/12 - Placed in line for interview scheduling (3 yr anniversary)

03/17/12 - Received interview letter

04/17/12 - Interview - No decision, application under further review

04/17/12 - Biometrics

04/25/12 - Placed in line for oath scheduling (so I'm approved yay!)

04/27/12 - Received oath ceremony date

05/09/12 - Oath ceremony!!

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No, It does not automatically include the EAD & AP. You can apply for it along with I-485 (like I did) or you can a apply for it separately with a pending I-485 (Send a copy of the I-485 Receipt with AP & EAD Application). If you payed $1010 as your filing fee for I-485, you do not need to send in a payment for EAD & AP, as that filing fee includes I-485, EAD & AP( If you choose to apply for those)

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