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documents establishing your eigibility for perment resident status

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Hi Everyone,

Are the documents for establishing your Elegibility For Lawful Perment Resident Of Status. Are they the following items:

1) Appointment for Biometrics.

2) Petition for Alien Relative.

3)Application to Register Perment Residence or Adjust Status.

4) Application for Employment Authorization Document.

I appreciate all the help i,m getting.

Thanks Kath.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Colombia
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I am not sure of what exactly are you asking? :wacko:

Peter Miami

Edited by Peter Miami

Johanna & Peter

Colombia / U.S.A.

I-129F / K-1 Fiancee Visa

08-20-02 - Met Johanna in Armenia, Colombia

10-05-05 - K-1 Sent to TSC

10-14-05 - Received NOA1 by E-Mail (Day 9)

12-22-05 - Reveived NOA2 By E-Mail & Mail (Day 78)

03-03-06 - Interview Date! (Day 149) Approved

03-10-06 - Johanna Arrived

05-27-06 - Married

I-485 / AOS (Did not applied for EAD or AP)

06-05-06 - Sent I-485 application to Chicago via USPS (Day 1)

06-06-06 - AOS Package Delivered at 12:29PM

06-12-06 - Received NOA1 by Mail

06-14-06 - Check Cashed

06-22-06 - Received Appointment Notice for Biometrics

06-26-06 - "Request for Additional Evidence" Online, waiting for letter

06-29-06 - Biometrics Done!

06-30-06 - Received RFE Letter by mail. (Missing Birth Certificate)

07-10-06 - Sent RFE by Express Mail USPS

07-11-06 - RFE Delivered @ 10:54AM Sign by D. Atwell

08-28-06 - AOS Transferred to CSC E-mail & USCIS Website (Day 85)

08-30-06 - Touched #1

08-31-06 - Touched #2

08-31-06 - E-Mail from CRIS & USCIS-CSSO - CSC received AOS Application

09-01-06 - Touched #3

09-01-06 - NOA by Mail Regarding Transfer to CSC

09-05-06 - Touched #4

09-07-06 - Touched #5

09-13-06 - Touched #6

09-15-06 - AOS Approved by Online Status & E-mail

09-21-06 - Received GC and Welcome Letter (Day 109)

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Japan
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I know what he is asking, referencing the interview letter. it asks for documets establishing elegibility for LPR status

That would be all NOA received, EAD card, Marriage liscense


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IMPORTANT NOTICE:Like you all, I am not an attorney ; I am a layperson (I have laid a lot of persons ) My advice is based on Experience obtained by filing ourselves

AOS met in Japan 1994 married 10/2004

DO:Los Angeles,Ca.

6/17/06 Forms Sent (I-130, I-485, and I-765)

6/19/06 RD I-130,I-485, I-765

6/26/06 NOA rcvd

7/15/06 Biometrics complete Day 22

8/4/06 Interview Notice Rcvd Day 42

9/9/06 EAD Card Received :)Day 78

9/13/06 SS Card Received :)Day 82

9/27/06 AOS Interview Los Angeles APPROVED LPR Day 96

12/04/06 Welcome To the United States Letter received

12/08/06 Green Card Received- expires 12/2016

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nepal
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Kath, if you came in on a K-1 as your profile says, and you are talking about a USCIS letter pertaining to your I-485 application to adjust status wherein you are invited to an AOS interview and they list the documents you need to bring to said interview, then the document that identifies you as eligible to adjust status, based on a K-1 visa, is proof that you married your petitioner within 90 days of entry into the US. That would be your marriage certificate. Or so I understand.

I'm sure someone will be along shortly to correct me if I'm wrong...

:star: Best wishes!

Maya


Many thanks to the Visajourney community for all the help!

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Kath, if you came in on a K-1 as your profile says, and you are talking about a USCIS letter pertaining to your I-485 application to adjust status wherein you are invited to an AOS interview and they list the documents you need to bring to said interview, then the document that identifies you as eligible to adjust status, based on a K-1 visa, is proof that you married your petitioner within 90 days of entry into the US. That would be your marriage certificate. Or so I understand.

I'm sure someone will be along shortly to correct me if I'm wrong...

:star: Best wishes!

Maya

Delete, just re-read OPs post.

Edited by diadromous mermaid

"diaddie mermaid"

You can 'catch' me on here and on FBI.

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The question is the one on form I-485 Application To Register Residence Of Adjust Status. It says All documents establishing your elegibility of lawful permanent resident of status. I just need to know is it our marriage certificate to prove our marriage in 90 days.

Thanks Kath.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nepal
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Your eligiblity is based on being married to a USC, so yes, your marriage certificate is your proof of eligibility.

You can verify that here:

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/forms/files/i-485.pdf

on page 2 of the I-485 instructions, under the heading "Who May File?".

Best wishes,

Maya


Many thanks to the Visajourney community for all the help!

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The question is the one on form I-485 Application To Register Residence Of Adjust Status. It says All documents establishing your elegibility of lawful permanent resident of status. I just need to know is it our marriage certificate to prove our marriage in 90 days.

Thanks Kath.

The form I-485 instructions state:

Evidence of eligibility~ Based on admission as the K-1 fiancé(e) of a U. S.citizen and subsequent marriage to that citizen.Attach a copy of the fiancé(e) petition approval notice, a copy of your marriage certificate and your Form 1-94.


"diaddie mermaid"

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