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I'm helping a friend file for family based F4 immigration Adjustment of status. His Priority Date is current. He is in US on f1.
My first question is should we only submit I-485Do the forms I-865,325A,693 also have to be submitted along with? Also, do the supporting docs have to be submitted along with the application later?
Kindly help me clarify/find out what I'm missing:

Here is a list of docs I have so far:
I-130 Uncle/Sponsor(who is a citizen)
I-485 f1 me
I-864 Affidavit of support
I-325A Biographic Info
I-693 Medical examination ----> Submit with application or after the call for interview?
I-1145 e notification of acceptance ----> Who should fill this out, the citizen or the GC applicant?

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International student wants to adjust status base on Family Fourth Preference (F4)
I am international student in US, and I have been maintain the F1 status all the time. My Dad's case became current in July(Family Fourth Preference (F4)). I am 24 , but I am still considered a derivative child because of CSPA. At first, I decided to come back to my country to do consular processing, so my dad has paid the IV fee, and we all sent the DS-230 (I will travel with the principal applicant). Now, I decided to stay in US and do Adjustment of Status. My questions are:

1. Can I still stay in US and do AOS when my Dad has his green card?
2. Because I sent my DS-230 to NVC, do I have to notify them that I will not do consular processing anymore?
3. Do my Dad and Mom have to fill out DS230 again? (what will they write in 31a, and b, if I do AOS?)
4. If I don't come back to attend the interview with my family, will this affect my Dad's case?

Thank you very much

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