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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Kenya
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My Request for initial evidence is to send a copy of a birth certificate, I sent one it but I guess will have to have it sent with a letter head from foreign affairs in Kenya, my home country. I am here on a student visa, never missed a class, I am working on a doctorate degree and have a current I-20 until i started this journey. Here comes the big question, I am married to a USC, when we were completing our package, I did not know about this site, so we did a few mistakes when completing the forms.

Here are the mistakes

Number of house hold number 5 on form I-864 we have 3 in total instead of 2

I included my income which is not obtained legally.

I am worried that they may send me a RFE to prove my income.,,. My question is can I send a corrected I-864 form along with this RFE or should I wait for another RFE.?

Below is my attached I-864.

i-864 sample.pdf


09/02/14 sent AOS

09/05/14 AOS received

09/21/14 NOA received

11/16/14 Biometrics done

10/07/14 RFE for Birth Certificate

11/03/14 RFE received by MSC

11/05/14 RFE in reviewing process

11/12/2014 I-485: Status changed to Testing and Interview

11/26/14- EAD Mailed

12/3/14 EAD received.

02/14/15 AOS interview scheduled for 3/19/15

03/19/15 Interview...

03/19/15 Approved. Thank you God!

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You can send new i864 along with an explaining headletter. Otherwise, they will be confused with it and have no idea what it is for.


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12/06/2014: Package filed

12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

02/06/2015: In-Line for Interview

04/15/2015: Passed Interview

05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Kenya
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You can send new i864 along with an explaining headletter. Otherwise, they will be confused with it and have no idea what it is for.

what do you think I should write on the headletter.? I appreciate your response. Could you give me sample..


09/02/14 sent AOS

09/05/14 AOS received

09/21/14 NOA received

11/16/14 Biometrics done

10/07/14 RFE for Birth Certificate

11/03/14 RFE received by MSC

11/05/14 RFE in reviewing process

11/12/2014 I-485: Status changed to Testing and Interview

11/26/14- EAD Mailed

12/3/14 EAD received.

02/14/15 AOS interview scheduled for 3/19/15

03/19/15 Interview...

03/19/15 Approved. Thank you God!

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Your name and address

Uscis address on rfe letter

Re: Response to RFE for I485 application of your name A# ....

Dear uscis officer,

I am sending these documents below:

translated birth certificate

corrected i864 signed by ... Please disregard previous i864 because ....

Please carefully examinize those documents. Feel free to contact me blah blah


N400

12/06/2014: Package filed

12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

02/06/2015: In-Line for Interview

04/15/2015: Passed Interview

05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Kenya
Timeline

Your name and address

Uscis address on rfe letter

Re: Response to RFE for I485 application of your name A# ....

Dear uscis officer,

I am sending these documents below:

translated birth certificate

corrected i864 signed by ... Please disregard previous i864 because ....

Please carefully examinize those documents. Feel free to contact me blah blah

Thanks for your help.


09/02/14 sent AOS

09/05/14 AOS received

09/21/14 NOA received

11/16/14 Biometrics done

10/07/14 RFE for Birth Certificate

11/03/14 RFE received by MSC

11/05/14 RFE in reviewing process

11/12/2014 I-485: Status changed to Testing and Interview

11/26/14- EAD Mailed

12/3/14 EAD received.

02/14/15 AOS interview scheduled for 3/19/15

03/19/15 Interview...

03/19/15 Approved. Thank you God!

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