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I am completing the forms for my parents 'Adjustment of Status' while they are in the US on B1/B2 Visa. Couple of questions on form I-485

1) In Part 1 - What should we answer in the question 'Current USCIS Status'?

2) In Part 3A of the form, there is a question 'Were you inspected by a US Immigration Officer?'. I am not sure what they mean by 'inspected'. My parents, while entering into US breifly (which is customary for every visitor) talked to an immigration officer for getting their I-94. Is this considered 'inspection'?

3) In Part 3B , there is a question "List your present husband/wife, all of your sons & daughters ...". Clarification required - we are applying the AOS for my mother as well. Her application is a separate I-485 form. Do i need to answer the sub-question 'Applying with you' - Yes or No?

4) In Part 3B , there is a question "List your present husband/wife, all of your sons & daughters ...". Clarification required - Do I need to mention my name as well as other sons/daughters of my parents who are citizens of the US?

Thanks


TimeLine:

7/29/2009: Parents AOS Application – I-130, I-485, I-131, I-765, G-325A submitted to Chicago Lockbox

7/30/2009: Package Received by USCIS – Chicago Lockbox

8/23/2009: 8 NOA Received for all submitted applications and checks

8/23/2009: 1 additional NOA received – rejecting the extra check sent (check returned)

8/27/2009: ASC Appointment Notice for Fingerprints (both)

9/17/2009: Fingerprints taken for both

9/21/2009: ASC Appointment Notice for Fingerprints (dad only)

10/2/2009: Advance Parole for both parents received

10/07/2009: EAD for both parents received

10/17/2009: Fingerprints taken (dad only)

10/23/2009: Request for Applicant to appear for Initial Interview (both parents – 2 separate letters)

10/26/2009: Police Letter requested for Dad

11/04/2009: Police Letter requested for Dad

11/30/2009: Interview completed

11/30/2009: Parents passports stamped with approval for GC

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Filed: Other Timeline

Appreciate if someone can help me in the answers for the following questions.

Thanks


TimeLine:

7/29/2009: Parents AOS Application – I-130, I-485, I-131, I-765, G-325A submitted to Chicago Lockbox

7/30/2009: Package Received by USCIS – Chicago Lockbox

8/23/2009: 8 NOA Received for all submitted applications and checks

8/23/2009: 1 additional NOA received – rejecting the extra check sent (check returned)

8/27/2009: ASC Appointment Notice for Fingerprints (both)

9/17/2009: Fingerprints taken for both

9/21/2009: ASC Appointment Notice for Fingerprints (dad only)

10/2/2009: Advance Parole for both parents received

10/07/2009: EAD for both parents received

10/17/2009: Fingerprints taken (dad only)

10/23/2009: Request for Applicant to appear for Initial Interview (both parents – 2 separate letters)

10/26/2009: Police Letter requested for Dad

11/04/2009: Police Letter requested for Dad

11/30/2009: Interview completed

11/30/2009: Parents passports stamped with approval for GC

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Hi

I am completing the forms for my parents 'Adjustment of Status' while they are in the US on B1/B2 Visa. Couple of questions on form I-485

1) In Part 1 - What should we answer in the question 'Current USCIS Status'?

B-1/B-2/Tourist

2) In Part 3A of the form, there is a question 'Were you inspected by a US Immigration Officer?'. I am not sure what they mean by 'inspected'. My parents, while entering into US breifly (which is customary for every visitor) talked to an immigration officer for getting their I-94. Is this considered 'inspection'?

Yes, They were inspected. Anybody who has legally entered the US, is inspected.

3) In Part 3B , there is a question "List your present husband/wife, all of your sons & daughters ...". Clarification required - we are applying the AOS for my mother as well. Her application is a separate I-485 form. Do i need to answer the sub-question 'Applying with you' - Yes or No?

What do you mean by applying for my mother as well? Seperate I-485? Anyways, yes you need to mention all of her children and Husband's details.

4) In Part 3B , there is a question "List your present husband/wife, all of your sons & daughters ...". Clarification required - Do I need to mention my name as well as other sons/daughters of my parents who are citizens of the US?

Yes

Thanks


IR5 For Parent

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Mexico
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1) In Part 1 - What should we answer in the question 'Current USCIS Status'?

Current status...I think B1/B2 temporary visitors, have they overstayed their visas? I'm not sure about this you might want to research this on this forum or call USCIS.

2) In Part 3A of the form, there is a question 'Were you inspected by a US Immigration Officer?'. I am not sure what they mean by 'inspected'. My parents, while entering into US breifly (which is customary for every visitor) talked to an immigration officer for getting their I-94. Is this considered 'inspection'?

The answer is "yes," it means that they entered legally to this country; No, would mean that they sneaked into the US.

3) In Part 3B , there is a question "List your present husband/wife, all of your sons & daughters ...". Clarification required - we are applying the AOS for my mother as well. Her application is a separate I-485 form. Do i need to answer the sub-question 'Applying with you' - Yes or No?

"applying with you" implies that you are applying for AOS along with your parents and/or daughters and sons.

4) In Part 3B , there is a question "List your present husband/wife, all of your sons & daughters ...". Clarification required - Do I need to mention my name as well as other sons/daughters of my parents who are citizens of the US?

The question speaks for itself, ALL YOUR SONS & DAUGHTERS whether they are US citizens or not.


05/01/08 Green Card in mailbox!!

06/05/10 Real GREEN Card RECEIVED!

01/17/13 Sent application for US Citizenship!!!

01/19/13 Arrived to Arizona Lockbox

01/24/13 Notice of Action

01/25/13 Check cashed

01/28/13 NOA received by mail and biometrics letter mailed as per uscis.gov

02/14/13 Biometrics appointment

03/18/13 In-line for inteview

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Hi

I am completing the forms for my parents 'Adjustment of Status' while they are in the US on B1/B2 Visa. Couple of questions on form I-485

1) In Part 1 - What should we answer in the question 'Current USCIS Status'?

2) In Part 3A of the form, there is a question 'Were you inspected by a US Immigration Officer?'. I am not sure what they mean by 'inspected'. My parents, while entering into US breifly (which is customary for every visitor) talked to an immigration officer for getting their I-94. Is this considered 'inspection'?

3) In Part 3B , there is a question "List your present husband/wife, all of your sons & daughters ...". Clarification required - we are applying the AOS for my mother as well. Her application is a separate I-485 form. Do i need to answer the sub-question 'Applying with you' - Yes or No?

4) In Part 3B , there is a question "List your present husband/wife, all of your sons & daughters ...". Clarification required - Do I need to mention my name as well as other sons/daughters of my parents who are citizens of the US?

Thanks

1)B2

2)YES

4)yes, you should put all your parent's SONS & DAUGHTERS whether they are US citizens or not

My mom's 485 was approved on Monday, 2 days later after 130 was approved. it takes about 3 months.Good Luck!!!


CR-1 Visa

Service Center : Nebraska Service Center

Consulate : Guangzhou, China

Marriage : 2004-06-24

I-130 Sent : 2005-02-02

I-130 NOA1 : 2005-02-11

I-130 Approved : 2005-04-20

NVC Received : 2005-04-29

Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill : 2005-05-21

Pay I-864 Bill 2005-05-24

Receive I-864 Package : 2005-06-14

Return Completed I-864 : 2005-07-05

Return Completed DS-3032 : 2005-05-31

Receive IV Bill : 2005-06-24

Pay IV Bill : 2005-06-24

Receive Instruction Package : 2005-07-06

Case Completed at NVC : 2005-08-09

NVC Left : 2005-08-18

Consulate Received : 2005-09-22

Packet 3 Received : 2005-07-06

Packet 3 Sent : 2005-07-07

Packet 4 Received : 2005-10-20

Interview Date : 2005-11-14

Visa Received : 2005-11-16

US Entry : 2005-11-19

Comments : received my green card on Dec.8,2005

I-751

CIS Office : NSC transfer to California Service Center

Date Filed : 2007-08-18

NOA Date : 2007-09-15

Bio. Appt. : 2007-10-18

Green Card Received : 2007-12-05

Citizenship

Service Center : Nebraska Service Center

Date Filed : 2008-08-19

NOA Date : 2008-08-21

Bio. Appt. : 2008-09-18

Interview Date : 2008-11-13

Approved : Yes

Oath Ceremony : 2008-12-09

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Filed: Other Timeline

Thanks for the responses. Appreciate the quick turnaround.


TimeLine:

7/29/2009: Parents AOS Application – I-130, I-485, I-131, I-765, G-325A submitted to Chicago Lockbox

7/30/2009: Package Received by USCIS – Chicago Lockbox

8/23/2009: 8 NOA Received for all submitted applications and checks

8/23/2009: 1 additional NOA received – rejecting the extra check sent (check returned)

8/27/2009: ASC Appointment Notice for Fingerprints (both)

9/17/2009: Fingerprints taken for both

9/21/2009: ASC Appointment Notice for Fingerprints (dad only)

10/2/2009: Advance Parole for both parents received

10/07/2009: EAD for both parents received

10/17/2009: Fingerprints taken (dad only)

10/23/2009: Request for Applicant to appear for Initial Interview (both parents – 2 separate letters)

10/26/2009: Police Letter requested for Dad

11/04/2009: Police Letter requested for Dad

11/30/2009: Interview completed

11/30/2009: Parents passports stamped with approval for GC

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