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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Ukraine
Timeline

After your k1 expires in 90 days, and before your green card arrives, what is your legal status? I know in practical terms, but what law allows you to stay in country until the green card is issued?


Feb. 27 2008 Petition mailed to VSC via USPS

Mar 3 Delivered VSC

Mar 28 2008 2nd Petition mailed to VSC via USPS first one must be lost.

Mar 31 2008 VSC Received.

Apr 9 Check Cleared.

Apr 9 NOA1

Apr 13 Touched.

Apr 14 Touched.

May 6 Touched

May 7 Touched

July 14 NOA2 (4 months 2 weeks 3 days after it was sent)

July 16 Received NVC.

July 18 Shipped NVC

July 21 DHL Received.

July 23 Delivered Kiev Embassy.

Aug 1 In embassy system, assume they sent packet, can schedule interview.

Aug 4 Schedule interview earliest date is Sept 22.

Sep 22 Interview Date (Approved)

Sep 25 Visa arrives in mail.

Oct 6 Alyona Arrives Dallas.

Nov 28 Married!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

Total days waiting for our future, 7 months 1 week 3 days.

Dec 16,2008 AOS Sent Fedx to Chicago

Dec 17,2008 AOS Recieved.

Dec 22,2008 NOA2 Date

Dec 23,2008 Check Cashed.

Dec 26,2008 NOA2's arive in mail.

Dec 31,2008 Biometric arives in mail.

Jan 14,2009 Biometric Appointment.

Apr 10, 2009 Interview

Apr 20,2009 Conditional green card production ordered.

Apr 28,2009 Green card arrived.

Citizenship

2012-01-19 Applied

2012-01-28 NOA

2012-02-13 Bio.

2012-04-19 Interview

2012-04-19 Oath

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
Timeline

Status is "AOS pending" So can remain legally in the USA until a decision is made on the I-485.

K-1 visa's expiration date is the date that has to be used by to enter the USA, at that time the Visa is VOIDED, and the I-94 card takes over.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
Timeline
Status is "AOS pending" So can remain legally in the USA until a decision is made on the I-485.

K-1 visa's expiration date is the date that has to be used by to enter the USA, at that time the Visa is VOIDED, and the I-94 card takes over.

Dittos to Yu and Dan.

File your AOS before the expiration of the I-94 and you are OK to stay until you receive the green card. If you wish to be extra safe, not that too may people check, but you can keep a copy of the NOA1 you receive from your AOS filing with your passport and I-94 as proof you are legally in the USA.

Also, you will have to file a certified (stamped) copy of your marriage lisence with the AOS so be sure you allow enough time to do this, when you get married tell the officiator you need a certified copy or you may be waiting for a few weeks while it is "recorded" by the state or county.

You can prepare your AOS now and just add the marriage lisence and copy of the I-94 and file as soon as you are married. We filed in November for AOS and have our interview this week, about two months. If all goes well my wife will have her green card by the end of this month.


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Status is "AOS pending" So can remain legally in the USA until a decision is made on the I-485.

K-1 visa's expiration date is the date that has to be used by to enter the USA, at that time the Visa is VOIDED, and the I-94 card takes over.

Dittos to Yu and Dan.

File your AOS before the expiration of the I-94 and you are OK to stay until you receive the green card. If you wish to be extra safe, not that too may people check, but you can keep a copy of the NOA1 you receive from your AOS filing with your passport and I-94 as proof you are legally in the USA.

Also, you will have to file a certified (stamped) copy of your marriage lisence with the AOS so be sure you allow enough time to do this, when you get married tell the officiator you need a certified copy or you may be waiting for a few weeks while it is "recorded" by the state or county.

You can prepare your AOS now and just add the marriage lisence and copy of the I-94 and file as soon as you are married. We filed in November for AOS and have our interview this week, about two months. If all goes well my wife will have her green card by the end of this month.

"File your AOS before the expiration of the I-94 and you are OK to stay until you receive the green card."

You are OK to stay even if you don't file for AOS until after the I-94 expires.


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

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