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Hi,

I am confused about the I-864 form, Part I, question 1. Which box my husband should check: a or b, where:

a. I am the petitioner. I filled or I am filling for the immigration of my relative.

b. I filled an alien worker petition on behalf of the intending immigrant, who is related to me as my wife.

Help???

To be clear, I came to the USA on 18th April on K-1 visa, we got married on 24th June and now going to apply for AOS.

Thank you for help!


K1 timeline:

2008.04.10 - I-129F sent to CSC

2008.04.15 - NOA1

2008.05.02 - Touched

2008.08.11 - NOA2

2008.08.22 - NVC received

2008.08.27 - Consulate received

2008.09.01 - Packet 3 received

2008.09.29 - Packet 3 sent

2008.10.03 - Email from the embassy with the invitation for the interview

2008.10.13 - Packet 4 received

2008.10.24 - Medical exam

2008.11.12 - Interview date

2008.11.14 - Visa received

2009.04.18 - US entry

2009.05.06 - Applied for SSN

2009.05.16 - SSN card received

2009.06.24 - Wedding

2009.07.11 - Marriage Certificate received

AOS timeline:

2009.07.16 - I-485, I-765, I-131 sent to Chicago National Office

2009.07.22 - NOA for AOS, EAD, AP

2009.08.27 - Biometrics appointment

2009.09.01 - EAD, AP approved

2009.09.04 - AP received / EAD card production ordered

2009.09.10 - EAD card received

2009.09.11 - Applied for new SSN card (name changed)

2009.09.19 - New SSN card received

2009.10.06 - Passed written DMV test

2009.10.13 - AOS interview - approved / Card production ordered

2009.10.22 - Green Card received

2010.06.21 - Passed behind-the-wheel driving DMV test

2011.10.13 - Green Card expires (90 days earlier file I-751)

Lifting of Conditions timeline:

2011.07.26 - I-751 sent to CSC

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I think you can follow the example form

http://www.visajourney.com/examples/INS-Form-I-864.pdf

Thank you!!! :yes:


K1 timeline:

2008.04.10 - I-129F sent to CSC

2008.04.15 - NOA1

2008.05.02 - Touched

2008.08.11 - NOA2

2008.08.22 - NVC received

2008.08.27 - Consulate received

2008.09.01 - Packet 3 received

2008.09.29 - Packet 3 sent

2008.10.03 - Email from the embassy with the invitation for the interview

2008.10.13 - Packet 4 received

2008.10.24 - Medical exam

2008.11.12 - Interview date

2008.11.14 - Visa received

2009.04.18 - US entry

2009.05.06 - Applied for SSN

2009.05.16 - SSN card received

2009.06.24 - Wedding

2009.07.11 - Marriage Certificate received

AOS timeline:

2009.07.16 - I-485, I-765, I-131 sent to Chicago National Office

2009.07.22 - NOA for AOS, EAD, AP

2009.08.27 - Biometrics appointment

2009.09.01 - EAD, AP approved

2009.09.04 - AP received / EAD card production ordered

2009.09.10 - EAD card received

2009.09.11 - Applied for new SSN card (name changed)

2009.09.19 - New SSN card received

2009.10.06 - Passed written DMV test

2009.10.13 - AOS interview - approved / Card production ordered

2009.10.22 - Green Card received

2010.06.21 - Passed behind-the-wheel driving DMV test

2011.10.13 - Green Card expires (90 days earlier file I-751)

Lifting of Conditions timeline:

2011.07.26 - I-751 sent to CSC

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