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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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Hi everyone I am sending my I-130 I-485 AOS PACKAGE TOMORROW

Was just wondering, would it be good or not to send additional documents proving that I was studying in a law university in my home country and that I was planning in come back to my home country when I arrive in US with a B2 VISA but since my boyfriend that i met in person for the first time here in my US trip (i made the trip to meet him in person and to visit USA in my vacations period) proposed because we hit off very very well, I decided to stay and apply for AOS

WOULD BE WORTH INCLUDE PROVE OF THOSE DOCS OR BETTER NOT??

Thanks regards

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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Preconceived intent alone is not enough to deny the AOS, in your case this doesn't seem like the case anyway because you didn't know he was going to propose when you came here to meet him.

I wouldn't include this since it would be unnecessary and would point them to think something else. You don't have to prove that you were going back to your home country. Only submit proof of what is required from them, nothing else. The important thing here is that you didn't lie at POE.

For example, if you said that you came to visit a cousin instead of your boyfriend, that would be something that could come back to bite you. If you came here to visit him and your circumstances changed after entry, meaning he proposed and you got married, you wouldn't have any problems. Good luck.


This does not constitute legal advice.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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Thank you, I already had everything translated, but I will not send it them, Is ok if I send at least my statemant showing that I was a law student with my I-485? just so they know I was a student and not a lazy person because never worked before?

Thank you very much for the advice :)

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No, you don't need to send that. Your being a student or work status has no bearing on your application. It's best not to send anything that isn't requested or necessary to the application.


No, you don't need to send that. Your being a student or work status has no bearing on your application. It's best not to send anything that isn't requested or necessary to the application.


No, you don't need to send that. Your being a student or work status has no bearing on your application. It's best not to send anything that isn't requested or necessary to the application.


This does not constitute legal advice.

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