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Hi all,

I am just reading through the AOS guidelines and point 4 has confused me a little. It reads that I need to submit a copy of 'non US citizens spouses' passport and K1 Visa etc. Is this just a wording error? I am the K1 Visa (non US citizen) holder looking to AOS and spouse (wife) is the US citizen. I assume this actually means that I need to submit photocopies of my passport and not my spouses?

Thank you!

Sean


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Hi all,

I am just reading through the AOS guidelines and point 4 has confused me a little. It reads that I need to submit a copy of 'non US citizens spouses' passport and K1 Visa etc. Is this just a wording error? I am the K1 Visa (non US citizen) holder looking to AOS and spouse (wife) is the US citizen. I assume this actually means that I need to submit photocopies of my passport and not my spouses?

Thank you!

Sean

U got it right Sean. Ur the one adjusting ur status, so provide all docs needed.


K1 Visa
Sept.2009 Sent Petition
Oct.2009 Petition Approved
Nov.2009 Visa Recieved
-------------------------
AOS
Feb. 2010 Sent AOS
Mar. 2010 Biometrics
May 2010 Interview
Jun 2010 GC Recieved
-------------------------
Removing of Condition:
Mar.19,2012---------ROC sent
Mar.20,2012---------VSC received signed by D. Renaud
Mar.23,2012---------Check encashed
Mar.24,2012---------NOA1
Apr.19,2012----------Biometrics (Early Bio 4/11/2012)
May 2012 ------------Biometrics redo

Nov.30,2012---------RFE (fingerprint can't read needs to submit police clearance)

May 2013-------------Received Permanent Residence Card


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Hi all,

I am just reading through the AOS guidelines and point 4 has confused me a little. It reads that I need to submit a copy of 'non US citizens spouses' passport and K1 Visa etc. Is this just a wording error? I am the K1 Visa (non US citizen) holder looking to AOS and spouse (wife) is the US citizen. I assume this actually means that I need to submit photocopies of my passport and not my spouses?

It's written FOR the USC as in many cases the non-USC doesn't speak English so it means "the passport of your spouse who is the non-USC".

Gotta tell you I never noticed it before. Have a look at the AOS thread in my signature, that should help you out.

Good luck :)

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The guide(s) seems to be missing an apostrophe in the word Spouses - should read Spouse's. (Possessive punctuation mark.)

I'll move this topic to Site Discussion so Admin/Ewok will be aware of this grammatical oversight. :star:

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thanks for your help everyone.

actually looking at it again the guidelines read 'non US citizen spouses' so the citizen is without an 's' on the end. i can understand what they are saying now. i guess it was just the way I was reading it although it may be a good idea to clarify it a bit more. thank you all again

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