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I-130 AND I-485?

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I'm living in Korea with my wife and we are about to file I-130 next week, but double checking this website I see it also says to submit I-485... I thought I-485 was for people already living in the US under a different status and seeking to change. It's not exactly a cheap form to file, either, so I want to be sure because, yet again, I am seeing different information everywhere I look. Most people don't seem to mention I-485 in their stories, but then some websites (including this one) list it among the necessary documents.

Should I prepare I-485 along with I-130, or does the I-130 along with the visa application (DS-260) suffice?

Thanks to all who can clarify!

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I was asking as they have special rules and guidance. You do not file the I-485.

http://www.us-immigration.com/Adjustment-of-Status-Form-I-485.jsp

All you need right here....

http://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1

Edited by Shauneg

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