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Here is my AOS cover letter:

In addition to the cover letter, I separated the documents into related

groupings, with a big yellow post-it note on top of each, listing the

contents of each grouping. Everything in the groupings is in the cover

letter, so I didn't duplicate anything here.

(The pronoun "My" indicates my wife, the applicant as it is HER application, not mine.)

Applicant: HER Name, Petitioner: HIS Name

Our Address

Sent to:

USCIS

P.O. BOX - 805887

Chicago, IL - 60680-4120

03/29/2010

Nature of submission: I-485 Adjustment of Status & supporting documents

To Whom It May Concern:

Enclosed please find my I-485 Adjustment of Status & supporting documents.

Contents include:

Check # 999 for $1010.00

G-1145 – Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance

I-485: Petition for Alien Relative

I-797C, Notice of Action for receipt of I-129F petition application (copy) {optional}

I-797C, Notice of Action - "Approval" of I-129F petition (copy)

Letter (Bangkok Consulate) announcing my fiancée visa case process. (copy) {optional}

Copy of my current & previous Passports (with 3 copies of first photo ID page).

Copy of my K-1 Visa from Passport with my valid I-94 (front and back).

My birth certificate, Thai national ID card (3copies) and

divorce certificate with English translations and a certified copy our marriage certificate. (copies)

Documents regarding Medical Examination of Aliens Seeking Adjustment of Status.

from Bumrungrad International Hospital in Bangkok. (copies)

A civil surgeon has completed the I-693 form which is included.

G-325A, Biographic Information filled out, signed and dated with 6 passport-type photos*

I-765, Application for Employment Authorization

I-131, Application for Travel Document

I-864, Affidavit of Support with

2009 Statement of Taxable Earnings

Copy of 2009 form 1040 tax return

Employment letter {optional}

January & February 2010 salary statements

Household Members Information Summary – (document from husband's job) - showing status as spouse {optional}

Staff member profile – document from work – showing my husband's status as staff member {optional}

Copies of documents submitted are exact photocopies of unaltered documents and I understand that I may be required

to submit original documents to an Immigration or Consular officer at a later date.

Total # of pages, including the check and this cover letter: 65.

Signed,

{Applicant and Petitioner}

* I put all 6 photos together so they can attach them to the forms they belong to;

I believe they will have to separate the documents anyway for processing.


02/2003 - Met

08/24/09 I-129F; 09/02 NOA1; 10/14 NOA2; 11/24 interview; 11/30 K-1 VISA (92 d); 12/29 POE 12/31/09 Marriage

03/29/-04/06/10 - AOS sent/rcd; 04/13 NOA1; AOS 2 NBC

04/14 $1010 cashed; 04/19 NOA1

04/28 Biom.

06/16 EAD/AP

06/24 Infops; AP mail

06/28 EAD mail; travel 2 BKK; return 07/17

07/20/10 interview, 4d. b4 I-129F anniv. APPROVAL!*

08/02/10 GC

08/09/10 SSN

2012-05-16 Lifting Cond. - I-751 sent

2012-06-27 Biom,

2013-01-10 7 Mo, 2 Wks. & 5 days - 10 Yr. PR Card (no interview)

*2013-04-22 Apply for citizenship (if she desires at that time) 90 days prior to 3yr anniversary of P. Residence

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02/2003 - Met

08/24/09 I-129F; 09/02 NOA1; 10/14 NOA2; 11/24 interview; 11/30 K-1 VISA (92 d); 12/29 POE 12/31/09 Marriage

03/29/-04/06/10 - AOS sent/rcd; 04/13 NOA1; AOS 2 NBC

04/14 $1010 cashed; 04/19 NOA1

04/28 Biom.

06/16 EAD/AP

06/24 Infops; AP mail

06/28 EAD mail; travel 2 BKK; return 07/17

07/20/10 interview, 4d. b4 I-129F anniv. APPROVAL!*

08/02/10 GC

08/09/10 SSN

2012-05-16 Lifting Cond. - I-751 sent

2012-06-27 Biom,

2013-01-10 7 Mo, 2 Wks. & 5 days - 10 Yr. PR Card (no interview)

*2013-04-22 Apply for citizenship (if she desires at that time) 90 days prior to 3yr anniversary of P. Residence

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