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Hi everyone. I've been reading through this forum and find it very useful. My fiancee is in US now as K-1. We got married and are now ready to file for I-485. I have 2 questions:

1. From the instruction of I-485, it says that my wife is eligible to concurrently file for I-765 (employment) and I-131 (advance parole) without paying extra. Do I just send those form in; I mean how does USCIS know that I file those forms CONCURRENTLY with I-485. Is there something I have to do to tell them?

2. On form I-765, on question 16 about Eligibility Category, do I fill in (a)(6) or ©(9). Keep in mind I'm filing this concurrently with I-485. The instruction is not very clear.

I'm filing those forms from Los Angeles county.

Please help. Any comment is greatly appreciated!!

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Hi everyone. I've been reading through this forum and find it very useful. My fiancee is in US now as K-1. We got married and are now ready to file for I-485. I have 2 questions:

1. From the instruction of I-485, it says that my wife is eligible to concurrently file for I-765 (employment) and I-131 (advance parole) without paying extra. Do I just send those form in; I mean how does USCIS know that I file those forms CONCURRENTLY with I-485. Is there something I have to do to tell them?

2. On form I-765, on question 16 about Eligibility Category, do I fill in (a)(6) or ©(9). Keep in mind I'm filing this concurrently with I-485. The instruction is not very clear.

I'm filing those forms from Los Angeles county.

Please help. Any comment is greatly appreciated!!

1. If you send them all together in the same envelope, they will know you're filing concurrently.

2. The category for k-1 is ( C ) ( 9 )

Note to #1: Even though you are sending them all together, treat them as 3 separate applications and include all the required documents for each one, even if they repeat. You need 2 photos for each, so 6 total. You'll need copies of I-94 (front and back) for each application too. Some of the documents overlap, but include doubles and triples because the applications gets split up. Try to keep each application together with its documents. Using paperclips is a good idea. I put ours in 3 separate manilla folders and then sent them together in one big envelope.

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Hi everyone. I've been reading through this forum and find it very useful. My fiancee is in US now as K-1. We got married and are now ready to file for I-485. I have 2 questions:

1. From the instruction of I-485, it says that my wife is eligible to concurrently file for I-765 (employment) and I-131 (advance parole) without paying extra. Do I just send those form in; I mean how does USCIS know that I file those forms CONCURRENTLY with I-485. Is there something I have to do to tell them?

2. On form I-765, on question 16 about Eligibility Category, do I fill in (a)(6) or ©(9). Keep in mind I'm filing this concurrently with I-485. The instruction is not very clear.

I'm filing those forms from Los Angeles county.

Please help. Any comment is greatly appreciated!!

1. If you send them all together in the same envelope, they will know you're filing concurrently.

2. The category for k-1 is ( C ) ( 9 )

Note to #1: Even though you are sending them all together, treat them as 3 separate applications and include all the required documents for each one, even if they repeat. You need 2 photos for each, so 6 total. You'll need copies of I-94 (front and back) for each application too. Some of the documents overlap, but include doubles and triples because the applications gets split up. Try to keep each application together with its documents. Using paperclips is a good idea. I put ours in 3 separate manilla folders and then sent them together in one big envelope.

ALL the above is EXCELLENT advice!

Edited by Haole

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

!! ALL PAU!

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