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Hi guys,

I arrived in the USA on a K-1 visa, got married and now I'm preparing the AOS package which I intend to send tomorrow and I have couple of questions.

My package includes the I-485 form, I-864, I-765 form, G-325A form, I-131 form. Now in the instructions for the 1-485, I 765 and I 131 it says that I need to submit 2xphotos for each document but since I'm sending the forms at once, should I include 6 photos or just 2?

Thanks a lot,

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
Timeline

Hi guys,

I arrived in the USA on a K-1 visa, got married and now I'm preparing the AOS package which I intend to send tomorrow and I have couple of questions.

My package includes the I-485 form, I-864, I-765 form, G-325A form, I-131 form. Now in the instructions for the 1-485, I 765 and I 131 it says that I need to submit 2xphotos for each document but since I'm sending the forms at once, should I include 6 photos or just 2?

Thanks a lot,

Most people here will insist you need six, and they'll stomp up and down if anyone says different. I submitted two photos with each of three separate AOS packages. Each package included an I-485, I-131, and I-765. We didn't get any RFE's, and all AP's, EAD's, and green cards were approved. I've never heard of anyone getting an RFE for sending two photos instead of six.


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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Filed: Timeline

Most people here will insist you need six, and they'll stomp up and down if anyone says different. I submitted two photos with each of three separate AOS packages. Each package included an I-485, I-131, and I-765. We didn't get any RFE's, and all AP's, EAD's, and green cards were approved. I've never heard of anyone getting an RFE for sending two photos instead of six.

Thanks a lot for your answer.

Cheers,

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Italy
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Most people here will insist you need six, and they'll stomp up and down if anyone says different. I submitted two photos with each of three separate AOS packages. Each package included an I-485, I-131, and I-765. We didn't get any RFE's, and all AP's, EAD's, and green cards were approved. I've never heard of anyone getting an RFE for sending two photos instead of six.

i did the same thing :)


AOS
(3.31.2011: Filed I-485 + EAD & AP)

4.01.2011: Received Chicago Lockbox
4.05.2011: Check cashed & NOA1 sent
4.06.2011: NOA1 received & Touched all cases
4.14.2011: Biometrics Appointment Letter Notice (dated 04.11)
5.02.2011: Biometrics Appointment Done
5.17.2011: Email/Text notification for Interview on 6.21
5.18.2011: Received Interview notice in the mail (dated 05.14)
5.24.2011: Email/Text notification - order production of EAD & AP
5.30.2011: EAD + AP card in the mail (dated 05.27)
6.21.2011: AOS Interview approved and card production ordered. (day 82)
6.24.2011: Received Welcome Letter in the mail (dated 6.22)
6.28.2011: Received Green Card in the mail.

ROC with Waiver (deceased spouse)

4.15.2013: Sent 1-751
4.17.2013: 1-751 Receipt Notice (with one year extension). CSC
5.10.2013: Biometrics Appointment Letter (dated 05.08) ESC
5.28.2013: Biometrics Completed.
8.12.2013: RFE (lost documents)
8.29.2013: ROC Approved
9.19.2013: 10 year GC (in the mail)

N-400 (5 Years)

03.24.2016: Sent N-400 (USCIS received 03.25)

03.25.2016: Priority Date

04.07.2016: Received complete N-400 (missing a page)

04.08.2016: Payment was charged to CC

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Slovenia
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Most people here will insist you need six, and they'll stomp up and down if anyone says different. I submitted two photos with each of three separate AOS packages. Each package included an I-485, I-131, and I-765. We didn't get any RFE's, and all AP's, EAD's, and green cards were approved. I've never heard of anyone getting an RFE for sending two photos instead of six.

i did the same thing :)

same here, sent 2 pics, approved in 2 months without RFE.


My Immigration Journey:

K1: June 2010 - December 2010

AOS: April 2011 - June 2011

ROC: April 2013 - August 2013

Naturalization: March 2014 - August 2014

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
Timeline

Hi guys,

I arrived in the USA on a K-1 visa, got married and now I'm preparing the AOS package which I intend to send tomorrow and I have couple of questions.

My package includes the I-485 form, I-864, I-765 form, G-325A form, I-131 form. Now in the instructions for the 1-485, I 765 and I 131 it says that I need to submit 2xphotos for each document but since I'm sending the forms at once, should I include 6 photos or just 2?

Thanks a lot,

You are SUPPOSED to include 6 as each application is adjudicated independently. Some people have been okay with 2 but I personally followed the instructions to the letter and was approved without RFE or interview. I'm not saying NOT including them won't get your approved, but I fail to see why you would ignore an instruction when it's so easy to do.

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