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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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We are filing I-765 with our I-485. She is here on a K-1 and we are now married. I'm a bit confused about how to answer questions 16, Eligibility. Do I use (a) (6) or © (9)? What is the difference?

I hope I'm posting these questions in the right place. The search engine doesn't seem to help me much.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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We are filing I-765 with our I-485. She is here on a K-1 and we are now married. I'm a bit confused about how to answer questions 16, Eligibility. Do I use (a) (6) or © (9)? What is the difference?

I hope I'm posting these questions in the right place. The search engine doesn't seem to help me much.

The ( c ) was converted to a copyright sign in my question above, sorry.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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We are filing I-765 with our I-485. She is here on a K-1 and we are now married. I'm a bit confused about how to answer questions 16, Eligibility. Do I use (a) (6) or © (9)? What is the difference?

I hope I'm posting these questions in the right place. The search engine doesn't seem to help me much.

If you arrived on K1 visa, use C9, for more detailed info, you can refer to "Example Forms". Good lucky B)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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We are filing I-765 with our I-485. She is here on a K-1 and we are now married. I'm a bit confused about how to answer questions 16, Eligibility. Do I use (a) (6) or © (9)? What is the difference?

I hope I'm posting these questions in the right place. The search engine doesn't seem to help me much.

If you arrived on K1 visa, use C9, for more detailed info, you can refer to "Example Forms". Good lucky B)

The sample forms a VERY helpful, but I am not always sure if and when the sample forms apply to my case.

Thank You

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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(c )(9 ) is based on the pending I-485 and is part of the $1010 paid for the I-485.

(a )(6 ) is based on the K-1 and pays $340 and the EAD expires 90 days after entry to the USA.

K-1 should NEVER file for an EAD based on the K-1 visa, the processing time (90 days) guarantees that the EAD will be denied, or expire within days of it being issued. A tremendous waste of $340.


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