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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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any who applied under the 245i my friends mother petition for him when he was 19 years old back in 1998 and the i 130 was approved and dont know what to do next anyone knows whats the next step

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
Timeline

hi

we need more information, is he still in the US? is his mother a USC or LPR? because the only thing that he can do is still wait, the wait for Mexican children is 20 years, they are working with the year 1994

he has to continue checking the visa bulletin every month, there is nothing he can do until the priority date becomes current

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If the visa number is current he can apply for AOS with supplement A and $1000 fee on top of AOS fees. The process is similar to marriage petition, mother has to sign affidavit of support and attend the interview. No need to show co-mingling of assets just birth certificate that shows that she is the mother (probably already submitted with I-130), but it doesn't hurt to include that again.

Read the guides on here and submit AOS application with the copy of I-130 approval notice.

True, if the number is not available he has to wait.

if the number is not available he has to wait.


4/12/13 - sent I-485 package

4/15/13 - USCIS Chicago Lockbox received package

4/22/13 - got email and txt

4/29/13 - received NOA in mail

5/08/13 - received biometrics appointment for 5/22

5/09/13 - successful early walk in at Port Chester, NY office

5/22/13 - I-485 updated to Testing & Interview

6/18/13 - EAD went to production

6/21/13 - Card/Document Production for EAD - second email

6/24/13 - EAD mailed

6/26/13 - EAD arrived

7/18/13 - got email about interview

7/20/13 - got hard copy interview letter

08/23/13 - interview - Approved dancin5hr.gif(card production & decision email)

08/28/13 - card production - second email

08/29/13 - card mailed

09/03/13 - card arrived

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05/27/2016 - N-400 mailed

06/02/2016 - NOA date

06/24/2016 - biometrics appointment

11/28/2016 - interview scheduled for January 9th, 2017

01/09/2017 - interview passed

01/20/2017 - Oath Ceremony

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
Timeline

If the visa number is current he can apply for AOS with supplement A and $1000 fee on top of AOS fees. The process is similar to marriage petition, mother has to sign affidavit of support and attend the interview. No need to show co-mingling of assets just birth certificate that shows that she is the mother (probably already submitted with I-130), but it doesn't hurt to include that again.

Read the guides on here and submit AOS application with the copy of I-130 approval notice.

True, if the number is not available he has to wait.

if the number is not available he has to wait.

hi,

correct, but his priority date isn't current, so he has to wait

I also adjusted under the 245i law.

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