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I filed my I-485 (with the EAD and AP) last week. Yesterday I received the text and email with NOA1 dates (October 1 and 3).

My mother had a stroke overseas a couple of weeks ago (she is still not stable enough to be flown home to Canada) and I need to go back to Canada when she returns and take care of finances and paperwork.

Questions:

1. Do I have to wait for the mailed NOA1 to make an appointment to try and expedite the AP on medical emergency grounds?

2. What exactly do I need to present to support the emergency claim? Is there a form to be completed and signed by a doctor? Apparently the doctors in Netherlands only will complete a form, not a general letter, but if I need a form, would I get it from them, or from her doctor in Canada?

3. What are the chances that this would constitute a sufficient emergency for expedite?

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