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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hey guys, so I'm filling out my husband's I-131 form, and i wasn't to sure about both part 3 and 7.

-For Part 3 question 1, i was wondering if i could leave that blank. Only because i don't have actual date i can put in part 3. My husband and i don't have plans within the following months to go anywhere, but at the same time, we could still spontaneously decide to travel outside the US.

-Secondly, for Part 7, is it necessary for us to include a letter explaining the circumstances that warrant issuance of Advance Parole document?? If so, what exactly to i have to explain. Can someone give me an example?? I looked at the example letter provided by VJ but still wasn't clear on it.

-And lastly, if my husband and i plan to travel to another state, do we need an AP?? i mean that is still within the united states so technically, my husband is not leaving the US.


October 14, 2009: Sent I-129F via Fedex
October 19, 2009: NOA1 received
January 11, 2010: NOA2 received (email)
January 12, 2010: NOA2 received (hard copy)
January 14, 2010: NVC letter mailed
January 16, 2010: NVC letter received
February 08, 2010: Embassy Letter received
March 16, 2010: Scheduled Medical Exam (PASSED!!!)
April 19, 2010: Interview date (Received MNL-IV-22; white slip)
July 09, 2010: Submitted police clearance (Received another white slip)
November 03, 2010: Resubmitted new I-134 (now it's the waiting game once again!!)
November 09, 2010: Received letter from USEM stating we need an updated medical.
November 24, 2010: Medical exam once again
December 14, 2010: VISA on hand via Air21 (We're APPROVED!! YAY!!)
April 05, 2011: SFO International Airport (POE)
April 14, 2011: Applied for Marriage License
May 17, 2011: Got Married =)
June 20, 2011: Mailed in I-485, I-131, and I-765 via Fedex
June 22, 2011: I-485 package received at USCIS via Fedex Online Tracking
June 24, 2011: Received application receipt number via USCIS text
July 11, 2011: Received Appointment Notice for I-485 and I-765 in the mail.
August 03, 2011: Biometrics Appointment done on scheduled date
August 15, 2011: Received notice of EAD card production VIA text
August 22, 2011: Received EAD card in mail.
September 02, 2011: Applied for Social Security(Received card in mail Sept. 10)
September 16, 2011: AOS interview(passed!! YAY!!)
September 24, 2011: Received GC in the mail =)

August 16, 2013: Sent I-751 via USPS Priority Express

August 17, 2013: I-751 delivered to California Service Center via USPS Tracking

August 21, 2013: Check Cashed

August 23, 2013: Received I-751 Receipt Notice in the mail

August 28, 2013: Received Biometrics Appointment Letter in the mail

December 13, 2013: Case status update via text: Production of new card has been ordered

December 18, 2013: Green card mailed via USPS

December 21, 2013: Green Card on hand. YAY!!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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You do not need AP to travel within the USA.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

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

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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Hey guys, so I'm filling out my husband's I-131 form, and i wasn't to sure about both part 3 and 7.

-For Part 3 question 1, i was wondering if i could leave that blank. Only because i don't have actual date i can put in part 3. My husband and i don't have plans within the following months to go anywhere, but at the same time, we could still spontaneously decide to travel outside the US.

-Secondly, for Part 7, is it necessary for us to include a letter explaining the circumstances that warrant issuance of Advance Parole document?? If so, what exactly to i have to explain. Can someone give me an example?? I looked at the example letter provided by VJ but still wasn't clear on it.

-And lastly, if my husband and i plan to travel to another state, do we need an AP?? i mean that is still within the united states so technically, my husband is not leaving the US.

When it asks the date of your travels, you can put Unknown, and check for multiple trips.

You do not need to include the letter of explanation when filing with AOS and adjusting from a K-1.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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When it asks the date of your travels, you can put Unknown, and check for multiple trips.

You do not need to include the letter of explanation when filing with AOS and adjusting from a K-1.

10000 :thumbs: for you!! Finally someone else posting the truth of the "Part 7" attachment not being required!

Completely agree with the above poster. Verbatim actually.

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