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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Ukraine
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Hello All,

My wife's I-94 expired two weeks ago (K-1 Visa) - I will not mail the I-485 until this weekend - has anyone had any experience dealing with the USCIS with an expired I-94?

I would appreciate any help or suggestions,

Thanks,

Paul

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Ireland
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Hello All,

My wife's I-94 expired two weeks ago (K-1 Visa) - I will not mail the I-485 until this weekend - has anyone had any experience dealing with the USCIS with an expired I-94?

I would appreciate any help or suggestions,

Thanks,

Paul

I wouldn’t worry about it. From my own experience and from what I’ve read it isn’t and shouldn’t be a problem. Unless I’m missing something I’d recommend that you go ahead and file the I-485! :)

My I-94 expired in early February and we didn’t mail out my AOS until late April. I’ve an AOS interview coming up now at the end of October. Apart from an RFE for a joint sponsor we havent really had any problems so far. One problem we did have was with the USPS returning my EAD to the USCIS, I’d strongly recommend that you name be on your mail box. :hehe:

Good Luck! :D


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Not a problem, as long as you were married with in the 90 days of the visa. Many who marry just before the expiration have to wait until after the expiration in order to get the documents together, things like marriage certificate can take some times in some jurisdictions.


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