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I-485 PART I CLARIFICATION PLEASE

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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What are you filing for? You can't hide the fact that you overstayed, so just answer the question honestly. If you are married seeking AOS, they will probably overlook your overstay.

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What are you filing for? You can't hide the fact that you overstayed, so just answer the question honestly. If you are married seeking AOS, they will probably overlook your overstay.

Married UCS filling for AOS package. If overstayed then how to answer the question please? :blink::unsure:

Shall I write J1 status even if Overstayed or just write Overstayed?

The question "Expired on" on I-485 Part I relates to Current Status question or I-94 Status?

Thanks

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What are you filing for? You can't hide the fact that you overstayed, so just answer the question honestly. If you are married seeking AOS, they will probably overlook your overstay.

Married UCS filling for AOS package. If overstayed then how to answer the question please? :blink::unsure:

Make sure you answer honestly and put: Status- Visa type Expires on- date of I-94.

Example, If you entered on a J1 Visa then put: Status- J1 Visa Holder Expires on- 01/01/2001

Edited because OP posted while I was answering post.

Edited by edp333

Naturalization

3/23/14 - N400 package sent to Phoenix

3/27/14 - N400 package delivered

4/3/14 - NOA1 receipt date

4/4/14 - check cashed

04/29/14 - biometrics date

07/01/14 - interview date

xx/xx/xx - Oath Ceremony

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What are you filing for? You can't hide the fact that you overstayed, so just answer the question honestly. If you are married seeking AOS, they will probably overlook your overstay.

Married UCS filling for AOS package. If overstayed then how to answer the question please? :blink::unsure:

Make sure you answer honestly and put: Status- Visa type Expires on- date of I-94.

Example, If you entered on a J1 Visa then put: Status- J1 Visa Holder Expires on- 01/01/2001

Edited because OP posted while I was answering post.

Thank you!

Is it actually Visa expiration date or I-94 Expiration Date? The spouse's expireation Date on I-94 doesn't say anything - Indefinite.... What shall I put then?

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