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Hi, everyone,

I am preparing I-485 checklist base on my mother's petition. My mother is GC holder and I am under F2B.

I came into US with F1 student visa, shoud I include all my I-20 and OPT card into my application checklist?

Thank you so much,

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Hi, everyone,

I am preparing I-485 checklist base on my mother's petition. My mother is GC holder and I am under F2B.

I came into US with F1 student visa, shoud I include all my I-20 and OPT card into my application checklist?

Thank you so much,

Is your priority date current?


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Is your priority date current?

Hi,

I spoke to a laywer, based on my CSPA case, I should obtain the curry priority day.. If I won't file i-485, the office won't do anything, therefore, I am going to do it.

:( tomorrow will be the last day of my OPT, can't work after that, every stressful

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Hi,

I spoke to a laywer, based on my CSPA case, I should obtain the curry priority day.. If I won't file i-485, the office won't do anything, therefore, I am going to do it.

:( tomorrow will be the last day of my OPT, can't work after that, every stressful

CSPA doesn't determine if your priority date is current. CSPA determines what your age will be on the day you become an immigrant, either by entering the US with an immigrant visa, or adjusting status. The priority date was established when your mother's petition was accepted by USCIS. What is your priority date?


12/15/2009 - K1 Visa Interview - APPROVED!

12/29/2009 - Married in Oakland, CA!

08/18/2010 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

05/01/2013 - Removal of Conditions - APPROVED!

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CSPA doesn't determine if your priority date is current. CSPA determines what your age will be on the day you become an immigrant, either by entering the US with an immigrant visa, or adjusting status. The priority date was established when your mother's petition was accepted by USCIS. What is your priority date?

Hi, Sorry to reply you late, the BBS doesn't notice me any post.

My mom's priority day is Aug 2007.... Still have long long time I think.

But I found out in CSPA, for the child to obtain the original priority day, but now no favor From F4 to F2B.

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