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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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Im just wondering if its gonna affect my status from tourist to AOS petition? We havent filed anything to USCIS yet. The thing is, i need to get a fingerprint fbi clearance ASAP for personal reasons and ofcourse if i fill up an application i need to put my address. Will i get in trouble? Does immigration will detect this? Im an overstayed tourist married to a USC.


SEP 07 2007 - Entered US w/ B2 Visa

NOV 29 2009 - Met my USC wife

OCT 14 2010 - Got married in San Diego

MAR 03 2011 - AOS package sent to USCIS

MAR 07 2011 - AOS package received by USCIS

MAR 29 2011 - Notice date for all forms

APR 01 2011 - NOA1 receipts arrived

APR 04 2011 - Biometrics appt letter arrived

APR 06 2011 - Biometrics walk-in successful

APR 29 2011 - Notice date for I-485 Initial Interview

MAY 04 2011 - Received Initial INTERVIEW LETTER!

MAY 13 2011 - Received EAD/AP card. Applied for SSN

MAY 19 2011 - Social Security card arrived

JUN 07 2011 - AOS INTERVIEW - Approved!!!!

JUN 10 2011 - Card production ordered!!

JUN 15 2011 - GREEN CARD Arrived!! :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Should not be an issue.

USCIS does contact FBI during process as part of their name checking, this is one reason why you get printed for AOS.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
Timeline

If you are doing FBI clearance, they only check for any criminal record. You won't get in trouble with USCIS for doing FBI background check for personal reason.

BTW, If you have overstayed your visa, do not leave the US until you get your Green Card. You could get subject to 3 or 10 years bar if you leave the US later without your Green Card.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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Am I eligible for Advance Parole?

If you are doing FBI clearance, they only check for any criminal record. You won't get in trouble with USCIS for doing FBI background check for personal reason.

BTW, If you have overstayed your visa, do not leave the US until you get your Green Card. You could get subject to 3 or 10 years bar if you leave the US later without your Green Card.


SEP 07 2007 - Entered US w/ B2 Visa

NOV 29 2009 - Met my USC wife

OCT 14 2010 - Got married in San Diego

MAR 03 2011 - AOS package sent to USCIS

MAR 07 2011 - AOS package received by USCIS

MAR 29 2011 - Notice date for all forms

APR 01 2011 - NOA1 receipts arrived

APR 04 2011 - Biometrics appt letter arrived

APR 06 2011 - Biometrics walk-in successful

APR 29 2011 - Notice date for I-485 Initial Interview

MAY 04 2011 - Received Initial INTERVIEW LETTER!

MAY 13 2011 - Received EAD/AP card. Applied for SSN

MAY 19 2011 - Social Security card arrived

JUN 07 2011 - AOS INTERVIEW - Approved!!!!

JUN 10 2011 - Card production ordered!!

JUN 15 2011 - GREEN CARD Arrived!! :)

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Am I eligible for Advance Parole?

Depends on how much you overstayed. If it is 180 days or more, then no, you are not. If you applied, you would get approved, but right on the thing itself, it will say that if you have overstayed 180 days or more, the AP document will not prevent you from incurring a ban when you exit the country.


AOS for my husband
8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

ROC:
5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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