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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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I am new to this site and have been reading other entries for some time now.

My fiance arrived from China 5/22/09 and we were married 6/22/09.

I want to know what forms do I need to send to USCIS other than our Marriage certificate and I-864?

She is not going to be working any time soon, or driving until her English is better.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Yan and Arty

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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I am new to this site and have been reading other entries for some time now.

My fiance arrived from China 5/22/09 and we were married 6/22/09.

I want to know what forms do I need to send to USCIS other than our Marriage certificate and I-864?

She is not going to be working any time soon, or driving until her English is better.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Yan and Arty

Much more background is needed.. fill in your timeline so we know what stage you are at and what has been done... what type of visa did the OP access the US with?


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I am new to this site and have been reading other entries for some time now.

My fiance arrived from China 5/22/09 and we were married 6/22/09.

I want to know what forms do I need to send to USCIS other than our Marriage certificate and I-864?

She is not going to be working any time soon, or driving until her English is better.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Yan and Arty

Since she came here on a K1, you need to adjust status now. Here is the link to the guide:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...mp;page=k1k3aos

You might as well submit an application for work authorization and also for advance parole to travel, since submitting them with the adjustment of status application is for free.

Good luck


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Filed: Country: China
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I am new to this site and have been reading other entries for some time now.

My fiance arrived from China 5/22/09 and we were married 6/22/09.

I want to know what forms do I need to send to USCIS other than our Marriage certificate and I-864?

She is not going to be working any time soon, or driving until her English is better.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Yan and Arty

Since she came here on a K1, you need to adjust status now. Here is the link to the guide:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...mp;page=k1k3aos

You might as well submit an application for work authorization and also for advance parole to travel, since submitting them with the adjustment of status application is for free.

Good advice! The best advice for you is here in the guides and the thousands who are in your same shoes.


moving right along

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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there is an entire forum for this process...

since this is not a K-1 question but adjustment of status.... moving thread


YMMV

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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In addition, even if she isn't working still apply for the EAD - she can use it as official government identification until the green card arrives. Also, do apply for AP - while you may not intend to leave the US for any reason, emergencies back home can happen when you least expect it and the last thing you need to be worrying about at such a time is trying to get emergency permission to leave and return to the US. If you leave without the AP then you abandon the AOS and have to start all over again for a spousal visa with your wife outside of the country. The forms are included in with the filing fee whether you use them or not, so use them - consider them a type of insurance.

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