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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Iran
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I have a question, and its probably silly, my husband's 1-94 will expire in late June, we will have the NOA1 by then. Do we need to do anything to extend his i-94 until his EAD? Is there even such a thing? If there is, is it worth it?

I ask because he is concerned with walking around with an expired I-94. Does it affect anything in the future (like job applications, getting the driver's liscence...)?

Thanks in advance!!! :)


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2010-06-02: I-129F sent

2010-06-07: NOA1

2010-06-29: NOA2

2010-12-07: Interview Date Interview Result: Administrative Process

2011-02-14: Administrative Process ended. Happy Valentine's Day! hearts.gif

2011-02-22: Approved at Embassy

2011-02-25: Received K1 Visa!!!

2011-03-31: POE Miami, Florida USA!!! 35D.gif

2011-04-22: Wedding Day! Happy Earth Day!!

AOS

2011-05-20: Filed For AOS

2011-05-31: NOA1 for EAD & I-485, and Biometrics Appointment Letter

2011-06-16: RFE

2011-06-21: Biometrics for I-485 & EAD

2011-06-30: Transferred to CSC

2011-07-28: Received EAD card in mail!

2011-09-14: AOS Interview = APPROVED! BOOYAH!

2011-09-23: Greencard received! Blessed Autumn Equinox!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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You don't extend the I-94. If hes worried keep a copy of the AOS NOA1 on him when hes out.

An EAD is not proof of residency and says so on the card. There is no more need of the I-94 since his status is pending with AOS.


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Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Scotland
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I have a question, and its probably silly, my husband's 1-94 will expire in late June, we will have the NOA1 by then. Do we need to do anything to extend his i-94 until his EAD? Is there even such a thing? If there is, is it worth it?

I ask because he is concerned with walking around with an expired I-94. Does it affect anything in the future (like job applications, getting the driver's liscence...)?

Thanks in advance!!! :)

Congratulations on your marriage!

I understand his concerns,I had them too. You can't 'extend' the I-94. I just kept my NOA1 with me once I had it. He won't be leaving the Country so it shouldn't matter.

That's what I know. If there is more someone else should be able to tell you.

Good luck with AOS!


05-2010 I-129F application received by USCIS.

05-2010 NOA1 received.

07-2010 NOA2 received.

07-2010 Packet 3 received.

08-2010 Packet 3 returned.

09-2010 Medical in London.

10-2010 Interview at US Embassy in London: Approved.

10-2010 POE Newark, NJ.

11-2010 Married in Vermont.

03-2011 Notice of acceptance of AOS packet.

03-2011 Biometrics appointment in St Albans.

03-2010 Case transfered to California Service Centre.

04-2011 I-485 Approved.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Iran
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You don't extend the I-94. If hes worried keep a copy of the AOS NOA1 on him when hes out.

An EAD is not proof of residency and says so on the card. There is no more need of the I-94 since his status is pending with AOS.

Thank you for the info! I will let him know. :)

Congratulations on your marriage!

I understand his concerns,I had them too. You can't 'extend' the I-94. I just kept my NOA1 with me once I had it. He won't be leaving the Country so it shouldn't matter.

That's what I know. If there is more someone else should be able to tell you.

Good luck with AOS!

Thank you for the kind words! We are looking forward to this process :) I will tell him to keep a copy on him when he is out and about. :)


"Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same." ~ Charlotte Brönte

K1 Visa

2010-06-02: I-129F sent

2010-06-07: NOA1

2010-06-29: NOA2

2010-12-07: Interview Date Interview Result: Administrative Process

2011-02-14: Administrative Process ended. Happy Valentine's Day! hearts.gif

2011-02-22: Approved at Embassy

2011-02-25: Received K1 Visa!!!

2011-03-31: POE Miami, Florida USA!!! 35D.gif

2011-04-22: Wedding Day! Happy Earth Day!!

AOS

2011-05-20: Filed For AOS

2011-05-31: NOA1 for EAD & I-485, and Biometrics Appointment Letter

2011-06-16: RFE

2011-06-21: Biometrics for I-485 & EAD

2011-06-30: Transferred to CSC

2011-07-28: Received EAD card in mail!

2011-09-14: AOS Interview = APPROVED! BOOYAH!

2011-09-23: Greencard received! Blessed Autumn Equinox!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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I have a question, and its probably silly, my husband's 1-94 will expire in late June, we will have the NOA1 by then. Do we need to do anything to extend his i-94 until his EAD? Is there even such a thing? If there is, is it worth it?

I ask because he is concerned with walking around with an expired I-94. Does it affect anything in the future (like job applications, getting the driver's liscence...)?

Thanks in advance!!! :)

He isn't eligible to work until he has his EAD, and most states won't let him get his licence till he has his EAD or GC anyway (you'll need to check state laws).

If you're concerned about the fact that for a while he had an expired I-94 (even after he's approved and what not) then don't worry. Once he filed his AOS and got his NOA1 he was in a new period of "authorised stay" so his status is no longer based on the I-94 and is based instead on the NOA1. I can tell you I had an expired I-94 for about 4 months before I was even able to file AOS and I have my drivers licence without question (just had to flash my GC for proof of status) and have applied for jobs also without problems. I haven been "I-9 verified" also without issue. The fact I was out-of-status for a while doesn't matter so your husband is fine :D

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