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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Can anyone tell me how to answer a question "Current USCIS Status", I got married within 90 days of entering US on a K1 visa, but my I94 is now expired. Do I put "Out of Satus" as my answer? And on the next question "Expires on" - do I leave it blank?

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AOS TIMELINE

10/27/06 Mailed I-485 and I765 to Chicago

11/07/06 Checks cashed

11/09/06 Received NOA1 for both EAD and AOS in the mail

11/13/06 Received a letter for Biometrics appointment

11/15/06 Received e-mail that RFE has been mailed yesterday

11/21/06 Biometrics appointment

12/04/06 Sent RFE back

12/08/06 RFE accepted in Lee's Summit - USPS confirmation

12/12/06 RFE recorded on file by USCIS

12/13/06 Touched

12/18/06 Touched again

12/26/06 Received Interview letter dated Dec 19

01/20/07 EAD file touched

01/24/07 EAD approved and card production ordered - received 3 e-mails!

01/24/07 AOS file touched

01/26/07 EAD touched, 3 e-mails received that the approval notice has been mailed

01/30/07 EAD Card Received by Mail

02/07/07 AOS Interview, approved pending FBI name check

04/27/07 Received E-Mail "Welcome New Resident"

04/30/07 Received E-Mail "Card Production Ordered"

05/01/07 Received Welcome Letter in mail

05/07/07 Green card received in the mail!

01/28/09 Mailed I-751 application.

01/30/09 Check already cleared! In two days!

02/03/09 Received NOA - Letter of extension dated 01/29/09

02/11/09 Received Biometrics Appointment Letter for 02/24/09

02/24/09 Biometrics Appointment Completed.

04/01/09 Inforpass appointment- got I-551 stamp in my passport

04/11/09 Approval Letter received - dated 04/07/09

05/06/09 E-mail "Card Production Ordered" received

06/01/09 10 Year Green Card Received!

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Senka

Your status when you entered the USA was "K-1 Fiance(e) of US Citizen" and it expired on the date on your I-94.

Since you say your I-94 is expired, you are out of status. You should put the expiry date on your I-94 under "Expires On"

Since you married within 90 days, you can still file for Adjustment of Status but write a covering letter and explain why you were unable to file for it within 90 days.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
Timeline
Senka

Your status when you entered the USA was "K-1 Fiance(e) of US Citizen" and it expired on the date on your I-94.

Since you say your I-94 is expired, you are out of status. You should put the expiry date on your I-94 under "Expires On"

Since you married within 90 days, you can still file for Adjustment of Status but write a covering letter and explain why you were unable to file for it within 90 days.

Thank you and congratulations of your wedding! I am just curious how you were able to get a certified copy of marriage certificate so fast after the wedding? In California, we had to mail ours and now are waiting for certified copy to be mailed back to us and that's why I couldn't file for AOS right away after the wedding.


AOS TIMELINE

10/27/06 Mailed I-485 and I765 to Chicago

11/07/06 Checks cashed

11/09/06 Received NOA1 for both EAD and AOS in the mail

11/13/06 Received a letter for Biometrics appointment

11/15/06 Received e-mail that RFE has been mailed yesterday

11/21/06 Biometrics appointment

12/04/06 Sent RFE back

12/08/06 RFE accepted in Lee's Summit - USPS confirmation

12/12/06 RFE recorded on file by USCIS

12/13/06 Touched

12/18/06 Touched again

12/26/06 Received Interview letter dated Dec 19

01/20/07 EAD file touched

01/24/07 EAD approved and card production ordered - received 3 e-mails!

01/24/07 AOS file touched

01/26/07 EAD touched, 3 e-mails received that the approval notice has been mailed

01/30/07 EAD Card Received by Mail

02/07/07 AOS Interview, approved pending FBI name check

04/27/07 Received E-Mail "Welcome New Resident"

04/30/07 Received E-Mail "Card Production Ordered"

05/01/07 Received Welcome Letter in mail

05/07/07 Green card received in the mail!

01/28/09 Mailed I-751 application.

01/30/09 Check already cleared! In two days!

02/03/09 Received NOA - Letter of extension dated 01/29/09

02/11/09 Received Biometrics Appointment Letter for 02/24/09

02/24/09 Biometrics Appointment Completed.

04/01/09 Inforpass appointment- got I-551 stamp in my passport

04/11/09 Approval Letter received - dated 04/07/09

05/06/09 E-mail "Card Production Ordered" received

06/01/09 10 Year Green Card Received!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Senka

Your status when you entered the USA was "K-1 Fiance(e) of US Citizen" and it expired on the date on your I-94.

Since you say your I-94 is expired, you are out of status. You should put the expiry date on your I-94 under "Expires On"

Since you married within 90 days, you can still file for Adjustment of Status but write a covering letter and explain why you were unable to file for it within 90 days.

Thank you and congratulations of your wedding! I am just curious how you were able to get a certified copy of marriage certificate so fast after the wedding? In California, we had to mail ours and now are waiting for certified copy to be mailed back to us and that's why I couldn't file for AOS right away after the wedding.

This is a common problem and is a reason why many file for AOS after the 90 day expiration, and the USCIS understands this, just note that waiting for the certified marriage certificate is the reason why filed outside of the 90 days.

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