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I-131 sent after I-485: identification?

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Hello! My man and I realized we'll need to travel outside the US by late June/early July. So even though we sent in the I-485 in early February and my husband had his biometrics the other day, we sent in the I-131 recently with a photocopy of the NOAs. We realize he might not get the advanced parole in time, but gotta try!!! I assumed that since USCIS already has all his identification information (photos, passport copy, etc) from his I-485, we didn't have to send that too. So we didn't. But now I'm thinking that was stupid of me to assume this information was not necessary. So, my question: Does anyone know if the identification part of the application is still necessary if you fill out the I-131 after sending the I-485? And if so, will we just get a RFE and then send them back that information (and cross our fingers that everything is processed in less than 3 months)? Or do you think we should send in another application ASAP with all the identification information? Thank you for your insights!

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Yes, you needed send everything that is required for the I-131 form. It is not processed together with the I-485, just mailed to the same lockbox address.

Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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