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Its been 2 months and I have not yet applied for AOS. I came on K3 visa and i know it is a 2 year multiple entry visa, we are in the middle of buying a house and just wanted to know how much time do we have before applying for AOS.

Some peeps wait 2 years and end up with a 10 year GC so thay don't have to remove conditions. Need a EAD to get a SS card tho.

One bad thing is if the petitioner goes belly before you get the GC there's a good chance of deportation.

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

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Its been 2 months and I have not yet applied for AOS. I came on K3 visa and i know it is a 2 year multiple entry visa, we are in the middle of buying a house and just wanted to know how much time do we have before applying for AOS.

Some peeps wait 2 years and end up with a 10 year GC so thay don't have to remove conditions. Need a EAD to get a SS card tho.

One bad thing is if the petitioner goes belly before you get the GC there's a good chance of deportation.

what you mean by belly ? pregnant ? the petitioner is the husband here lol... also, did you mean 2 years from marriage or 2 years from arrival to USA ?

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Its been 2 months and I have not yet applied for AOS. I came on K3 visa and i know it is a 2 year multiple entry visa, we are in the middle of buying a house and just wanted to know how much time do we have before applying for AOS.

Some peeps wait 2 years and end up with a 10 year GC so thay don't have to remove conditions. Need a EAD to get a SS card tho.

One bad thing is if the petitioner goes belly before you get the GC there's a good chance of deportation.

what you mean by belly ? pregnant ? the petitioner is the husband here lol... also, did you mean 2 years from marriage or 2 years from arrival to USA ?

2 years from marriage. Belly up is if petitioner should die.


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

!! ALL PAU!

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Its been 2 months and I have not yet applied for AOS. I came on K3 visa and i know it is a 2 year multiple entry visa, we are in the middle of buying a house and just wanted to know how much time do we have before applying for AOS.

Some peeps wait 2 years and end up with a 10 year GC so thay don't have to remove conditions. Need a EAD to get a SS card tho.

One bad thing is if the petitioner goes belly before you get the GC there's a good chance of deportation.

what you mean by belly ? pregnant ? the petitioner is the husband here lol... also, did you mean 2 years from marriage or 2 years from arrival to USA ?

2 years from marriage. Belly up is if petitioner should die.

That perspective is so fatalistic and obvious. Why even bother to mention it? We are ALL going to die one day. Itz like saying water is wet. We just have to try the best we can while we have health and life. Why not assume the BEST for a long life of 90 years?


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Its been 2 months and I have not yet applied for AOS. I came on K3 visa and i know it is a 2 year multiple entry visa, we are in the middle of buying a house and just wanted to know how much time do we have before applying for AOS.

Some peeps wait 2 years and end up with a 10 year GC so thay don't have to remove conditions. Need a EAD to get a SS card tho.

One bad thing is if the petitioner goes belly before you get the GC there's a good chance of deportation.

what you mean by belly ? pregnant ? the petitioner is the husband here lol... also, did you mean 2 years from marriage or 2 years from arrival to USA ?

2 years from marriage. Belly up is if petitioner should die.

That perspective is so fatalistic and obvious. Why even bother to mention it? We are ALL going to die one day. Itz like saying water is wet. We just have to try the best we can while we have health and life. Why not assume the BEST for a long life of 90 years?

Simply put, you cannot figure on living that long. Yes, water is wet, but water will not deport you for failing to file for the GC.

Best to get it done asap to avoid any problems.


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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