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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Hello All,

Is there a time limit to file the AOS after the marriage? We went to get a ID for my husband and they told me he couldn't receive one because his visa expires in Aug. Does anyone know if that's true

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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his visa has already expired, a K-1 visa is a one-shot deal - that last date on the visa was the last date he could come into usa

pay attention to the I-94 date, get married prior to that expiration, and yer golden.

suggest to go for ssn soonish, at ssa office, instead.. bring passport, ask for SAVE database lookup in A# or NAME, if they find him, proceed with the SSA application. If they don't find him, come back in a week, try again.

re: what you were told: sorry, they not know how to read a k-1 visa.

Most states require an EAD or a greencard, the K-1 visa stamp itself is mostly worthless for any state ID.

re: filing AOS - file as soon as you can, is no regulation on it, but the sooner you file, the sooner he'll have a greencard and the sooner he'll be able to participate in polite society.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Thanks so much for your response. We were married June 17th the second date on the I-94 is August 3rd. So basically everything is ok until we file the AOS? Which will be in the next few months

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Haiti
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What state are you in?

If you have the K1 visa stamp and the marriage license along with social security card and proof of address you should be able to get a state ID. A receipt for AOS could also help. We are going through this now. OF course it varies by state and by the person at the counter. We were told that our request was sent to the higher authority in the state capital for approval before they would issue it.. a big pain, but still try again.


I-129F Fiance Visa

For full details see my "About me"

USCIS

11-22-2010 Received NOA1 01-27-2011 --> NOA2 *APPROVED!!!! (email)

NVC

02-24-2011 Receive Packet 3.5 via email --> 03-18-2011 Packet 3.5 Submitted

04-05-2011 Receive Packet 4

04-08-2011 INTERVIEW *APPROVED!!!!* --> 04-18-2011 Visa in hand

05-04-2011 **POE** JFK, NYC

AOS

05-21-2011 Social Security Card

06-18-2011 MARRIED!

07-11-2011 Filed AOS - 485, EAD, AP

07-13-2011 Received Confirmation email 07-14-2011 check cashed

07-18-2011 NOA1, I-797C received for AOS, EAD, AP

07-22-2011 Received Biometrics Appointment Notice

08-15-2011 Biometrics Appointment

09-09-2011 EAD and AP Approval notices via email

09-20-2011 Receive EAD/AP Card in the mail

09-29-2011 Interview! APPROVED!!!!

10-03-2011 Receive Welcome Letter

10-08-2011 Receive Greencard

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