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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: South Korea
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Hi,

Some background on AOS. I'm a naturalized USC, I'm sponsoring my wife who is in the US with a F1 student visa.

I have some questions:

On form I-485, on part 1 it ask "Current USCIS Status" what am I supposed to put there?

Also in form I-485; I'm sending the I-485 with I-130, in "Part 2" application type what box should I check?

Also should I send the duplicate marriage certificate that they give you that the registry or make a copy and send that?

Do I have to get the I-864 Affidavit of Support, letters form employers or affidavit from third party need to be notarized? (I heard any affidavit need to be) If so do I send a copy or original?

I think last question; being a naturalized USC in any form that asks for a alien registration number, do I need to write no all A number or just N/A?

Thank you in advance.


AOS Timeline (from F-1)

12/30/08 Mailed AOS/I-130/EAD packet to Chicago

12/31/08 USPS reports package delivered at 11:08AM, signed by JB

01/07/09 Check for I-485 cashed

01/07/09 I-485, I-130, EAD touched

01/08/09 Checks for Biometrics and I-130 cashed

01/10/09 NOA1 for I-485, I-130 and EAD received (NOAs dated: 01/06/09)

01/14/09 Biometrics letter received. Notice dated 01/09/2009. Appointment date 01/23/2009 (DAY 15)

01/20/09 Biometrics completed. (Walk-in)

01/21/09 Touch (I-485/I-130/EAD)

03/20/09 Received Interview notification for May 6th (NOA2 dated: 03/13/09)

05/06/09 Interview **Approved**

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Hi,

Some background on AOS. I'm a naturalized USC, I'm sponsoring my wife who is in the US with a F1 student visa.

I have some questions:

On form I-485, on part 1 it ask "Current USCIS Status" what am I supposed to put there?

Also in form I-485; I'm sending the I-485 with I-130, in "Part 2" application type what box should I check?

Also should I send the duplicate marriage certificate that they give you that the registry or make a copy and send that?

Do I have to get the I-864 Affidavit of Support, letters form employers or affidavit from third party need to be notarized? (I heard any affidavit need to be) If so do I send a copy or original?

I think last question; being a naturalized USC in any form that asks for a alien registration number, do I need to write no all A number or just N/A?

Thank you in advance.

1.) Current USCIS Status: F1 Visa

2.) Select Other, Response: Filing Concurrently with an immigrant visa giving me an immediatly available immigrant visa

3.) Copies are fine. If they need to compare the copy with the original they will request that you bring the original to the interview.

4.) You are not required to have letters from employers or affidavits notarized.

5.) Im not possitive on this question, I would assume N/A since the alien number does not apply to a naturalized citizen and none would be more if you have never had an alien number.

Hope this helps! :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Hi,

Some background on AOS. I'm a naturalized USC, I'm sponsoring my wife who is in the US with a F1 student visa.

I have some questions:

On form I-485, on part 1 it ask "Current USCIS Status" what am I supposed to put there?

Also in form I-485; I'm sending the I-485 with I-130, in "Part 2" application type what box should I check?

Also should I send the duplicate marriage certificate that they give you that the registry or make a copy and send that?

Do I have to get the I-864 Affidavit of Support, letters form employers or affidavit from third party need to be notarized? (I heard any affidavit need to be) If so do I send a copy or original?

I think last question; being a naturalized USC in any form that asks for a alien registration number, do I need to write no all A number or just N/A?

Thank you in advance.

1.) Current USCIS Status: F1 Visa

2.) Select Other, Response: Filing Concurrently with an immigrant visa giving me an immediatly available immigrant visa

3.) Copies are fine. If they need to compare the copy with the original they will request that you bring the original to the interview.

4.) You are not required to have letters from employers or affidavits notarized.

5.) Im not possitive on this question, I would assume N/A since the alien number does not apply to a naturalized citizen and none would be more if you have never had an alien number.

Hope this helps! :)

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Check box "A" because AOS is based on the attached I-130


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: South Korea
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Thank you for your responses, you guys been very helpful.

Been going thru the forms and got some more questions. Sorry if they seen self explanatory (form questions) but i like to make sure I'm doing this right, took me 2 years to get my USC because I filled in questions I did not understand.

1. In form I-130 question #19 "Your relatives address abroad", my wife and I we live together here in the US. Should I list her old address abroad?

2. In form I-130 question #21 "If filling for your husband/wife, give last address at which you lived together?", Do I enter my current address?

3. In form I-485 PART3 "Were you inspected by a US Immigration Officer?", what does it mean?

Thank you again in advance.


AOS Timeline (from F-1)

12/30/08 Mailed AOS/I-130/EAD packet to Chicago

12/31/08 USPS reports package delivered at 11:08AM, signed by JB

01/07/09 Check for I-485 cashed

01/07/09 I-485, I-130, EAD touched

01/08/09 Checks for Biometrics and I-130 cashed

01/10/09 NOA1 for I-485, I-130 and EAD received (NOAs dated: 01/06/09)

01/14/09 Biometrics letter received. Notice dated 01/09/2009. Appointment date 01/23/2009 (DAY 15)

01/20/09 Biometrics completed. (Walk-in)

01/21/09 Touch (I-485/I-130/EAD)

03/20/09 Received Interview notification for May 6th (NOA2 dated: 03/13/09)

05/06/09 Interview **Approved**

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Thank you for your responses, you guys been very helpful.

Been going thru the forms and got some more questions. Sorry if they seen self explanatory (form questions) but i like to make sure I'm doing this right, took me 2 years to get my USC because I filled in questions I did not understand.

1. In form I-130 question #19 "Your relatives address abroad", my wife and I we live together here in the US. Should I list her old address abroad?

2. In form I-130 question #21 "If filling for your husband/wife, give last address at which you lived together?", Do I enter my current address?

3. In form I-485 PART3 "Were you inspected by a US Immigration Officer?", what does it mean?

Thank you again in advance.

1. YES

2. YES

3. Came through a POE and have an I94 card in passport? Then YES


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

1428954228.1592.1755425389.png

CHIN0001_zps9c01d045.gifCHIN0100_zps02549215.gifTAIW0001_zps9a9075f1.gifVIET0001_zps0a49d4a7.gif

Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: South Korea
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Thanks so much.

Time to start putting all together.

By the way I just got my citizenship today!! =)

1 thing i notices was that the certificate shows my alien registration # or A#, guess I still have to list it on immigration forms.


AOS Timeline (from F-1)

12/30/08 Mailed AOS/I-130/EAD packet to Chicago

12/31/08 USPS reports package delivered at 11:08AM, signed by JB

01/07/09 Check for I-485 cashed

01/07/09 I-485, I-130, EAD touched

01/08/09 Checks for Biometrics and I-130 cashed

01/10/09 NOA1 for I-485, I-130 and EAD received (NOAs dated: 01/06/09)

01/14/09 Biometrics letter received. Notice dated 01/09/2009. Appointment date 01/23/2009 (DAY 15)

01/20/09 Biometrics completed. (Walk-in)

01/21/09 Touch (I-485/I-130/EAD)

03/20/09 Received Interview notification for May 6th (NOA2 dated: 03/13/09)

05/06/09 Interview **Approved**

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