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hey vjers..

i my friend need some help, i cant help her bcos i dont know about the K-1 visa thats why i post her question....

do u happen to know about AOS,

OR do u have a friend has undergo k-1 visa and got married here..?

my case is K-1 also and i dont know anout changing my status here, should i use my husband last name when i file for AOS change of status?

i arrived here

entry: april 19-09

married :may 19-09

ssn: july 8-09

medical july 9-09

its been three months now and i havent filed yet, will they be able to deport me?

please help me, if u happen to know anyone has knowledge about AOS?

thank u so much


Our time line for CR1 visa took only 5 months and 1 week or 156 days; from the filing the I-130 on the 03-12-2009 to Approval of NOA2 on the 05/13/2009, then Interview on the 08/18/2009 at Manila, Philippines. We had a daughter on the 11-12-2010 named AISHA JOY means HAPPY LIFE.a1_opt-1.jpga2_opt-1.jpga3_opt-1.jpg

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Once the I-94 expires, you would be subject to deportation.

Only the NOA from the AOS stops the clock and protects your status. (not to mention protecting you from overstay issues down the road).

If you took your husbands name, you can use it on the AOS.


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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Once the I-94 expires, you would be subject to deportation.

Only the NOA from the AOS stops the clock and protects your status. (not to mention protecting you from overstay issues down the road).

If you took your husbands name, you can use it on the AOS.

thank u so much bobby_umit Edited by AbbynSheryl

Our time line for CR1 visa took only 5 months and 1 week or 156 days; from the filing the I-130 on the 03-12-2009 to Approval of NOA2 on the 05/13/2009, then Interview on the 08/18/2009 at Manila, Philippines. We had a daughter on the 11-12-2010 named AISHA JOY means HAPPY LIFE.a1_opt-1.jpga2_opt-1.jpga3_opt-1.jpg

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hey vjers..

i my friend need some help, i cant help her bcos i dont know about the K-1 visa thats why i post her question....

do u happen to know about AOS,

OR do u have a friend has undergo k-1 visa and got married here..?

my case is K-1 also and i dont know anout changing my status here, should i use my husband last name when i file for AOS change of status?

i arrived here

entry: april 19-09

married :may 19-09

ssn: july 8-09

medical july 9-09

its been three months now and i havent filed yet, will they be able to deport me?

please help me, if u happen to know anyone has knowledge about AOS?

thank u so much

As long as you got married within the 90 days of your arrival in the US, you can still file AOS anytime after that. I filed my AOS after the 90 day mark because of moving to different states and had to look for a new job so we don't have to worry about affidavit of support of a sponsor. I got married within the 90 days of arriving here in the US, though. :-D Look at my timeline. Expiration of my I-94 was June 26, 2006 but I applied AOS July 24, 2006.

I know other people who applied for AOS after 90 days but got married before I-94 expired and everything went well.

You should use your husband's last name in filing. Goodluck!

Edited by j_e_w_e_l_l_y_n

K-1 Visa Application:

June 30, 2005- Sent I-129F

July 12, 2005- Processing Date

September 16, 2005- I-129F Approval Notice

September 29, 2005- Approval Notice sent to US Embassy in the Philippines

January 26, 2006- US Embassy sent Medical and Visa Appointment dates

March 2, 2006- Medical Appointment

March 9, 2006- Visa Interview

March 21, 2006- Visa received

March 24, 2006- Attended CFO Seminar in Q.C.

March 28, 2006- Flight to the USA

Marriage:

May 1, 2006- Applied for Marriage License

May 20, 2006- Got married in Chandler, Arizona

I-485/I-765 Applications:

July 24, 2006- I-485/I-765 sent to USCIS

July 31, 2006- Processing Date

August 2, 2006- USCIS sent a Biometrics Appointment Letter

August 8, 2006- USCIS sent an Appointment for AOS

August 16, 2006- Biometrics Appointment

October 3, 2006- AOS Interview(Los Angeles District Office)

October 10, 2006- Received Welcome Notice, Employment Authorization Card

October 18, 2006- Greencard received

I-751 Application:

August 29, 2008 - I-751 sent to USCIS

September 2, 2008 - Processing Date

January 2, 2009 - Biometrics 1

April 6, 2009 - Biometrics 2

April 7, 2009 - Biometrics 3 (never ending)

April 22, 2009 - Received Approval Letter

June 16, 2009 - Greencard received

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