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Aos fee $1070 - This is Correct.

Ead is there a fee? - If filing the I-765 with AOS, there is no extra fee. (Same also if you are filing for AP I-131)

Ead question #16?what to put m confused a6?c9? - You should use C9

I864 iam the petitioner what to check in part 1 #1??? - If you are the petitioner, and filing for your fiancé, you should check 1A

How much total do i need to pay?? - $1,070.00

Good Luck!

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I-751 Removal of Conditions Timeline:

3/19/2018: Sent Application to VSC

3/20/2018: Application Packet Received By VSC

3/26/2018: Check Cashed By VSC

3/27/2018: Received NOA Letter w/Notice Date of 3/22/2018 

5/11/2018: Received Biometrics Letter

5/21/2018: Biometrics Appointment 

 

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Then send all to:

USCIS

PO Box 805887

chicago ,IL 60680

Contents include:

- Payment of $1,070 for I-485 and Biometric Service Fees

- I-485 Application to Adjust Status and Supporting Documents:

· G-1145: Form for E-notification of Application/Petition Acceptance

· Copy of Beneficiarys Passport Biographical Page

· Copy of Benificiarys K1 Fiancee Visa with Entry Stamp

· Copy of Beneficiarys I-94 Form

· Copy of Beneficiarys Birth certificate

· Copy of Marriage certificate

· Copy of I-797 Notice of Action: Approval Notice of Fiancee Petition

· G-325A Biographic Information from [beneficiary Name]

· Two passport style photos of [beneficiary Name]

· Copy of DS-3025

· Form I-864: Affidavit of Support and Supporting Documents for [sponsor Name]

o Copy of Petitioners U.S. Passport Biographical Page

o Copy of Federal Income Tax Return Transcript for 2015,2014,2013

o. Most recent pay stubs

o Petitioners Bank Letter

- Form I-765: Application for Employment Authorization and Supporting Documents

· G-1145: Form for E-notification of Application/Petition Acceptance

· Two Passport Style Photos of Beneficiary

· Copy of Beneficiarys Passport Biographical Page

· Copy of Beneficiarys I-94 Form

· Copy of Mariage Certificate

Wedding on friday june 10th

***did i forget something pls check..thanks a lot

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It looks like you have everything.

Only thing I am not sure on is the DS-3025 as we did not have that. The medical for my husband was completed in Mexico, but we had to submit the Form I-693 for the Vaccination proofs. Not sure in your situation if that is needed since you have the DS-3025.

Also, I sent a full copies of both passports. Not sure if that was required, or just what I did. I also sent a copy of my birth certificate with the Form I-864.

Otherwise, everything seems to be covered!

If sending through USPS, then yes that is the correct address.

USCIS

PO Box 805887

Chicago, IL 60680-4120


I-751 Removal of Conditions Timeline:

3/19/2018: Sent Application to VSC

3/20/2018: Application Packet Received By VSC

3/26/2018: Check Cashed By VSC

3/27/2018: Received NOA Letter w/Notice Date of 3/22/2018 

5/11/2018: Received Biometrics Letter

5/21/2018: Biometrics Appointment 

 

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He did medical in the philippines..valid for a year

Look over his DS-3025 to make sure it is complete, otherwise he will need to schedule a trip to a Civil Surgeon to make sure it gets completed. Some DS-3025's are marked incomplete.

For the mailing addresses here are the two addresses. If you use something with signature delivery (fedex, ups, dhl, ect..) you will need to use the Dearborn address. If you use standard USPS send to the PO Box.

For U.S. Postal Service (USPS) deliveries:

USCIS

PO Box 805887

Chicago, IL 60680-4120

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS

Attn: FBAS

131 South Dearborn - 3rd Floor

Chicago, IL 60603-5517

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Timeline to date:

11/11/14 - Met online through eHarmony
11/12/14 - Started communication through email (1-2 emails daily)
12/20/14 - Communicating through Phone Calls and Video Calls
07/04/15 - First Trip to China to visit her (spent time at her home, her hometown, and Beijing), Met the whole family.
07/18/15 - Sadly I had to return back to the US
10/01/15 - I am returning back to China to be with her again
10/11/15 - She will accompany me back on the same flight for 30 days
11/14/15 - She returns back to China
12/01/15 - I-129F Fed-Ex'd to the Lewisville address
12/03/15 - Packet signed for by the receiver
12/07/15 - NOA1 Generated
12/11/15 - NOA1 Received
01/14/15 - NOA2 Generated (Approved)
01/28/16 - NVC Received (Still waiting papers for official date)
01/29/16 - NVC Case# Assigned (Still waiting papers for official date)
02/03/16 - Case Sent to Embassy
02/04/16 - Case Received by Embassy
03/03/16 - Packet 3 Received
03/03/16 - Packet 3 Sent back to Embassy
03/04/16 - DS-160 Fee paid
03/09/16 - Packet 4 Received (Documents were prepared in advance)
04/02/16 - I return to China to provide moral and emotional support as she goes to her Interview on the 5th
04/05/16 - Interview Date (APPROVED!!!)

04/25/16 - POE Dallas Texas (DFW) smooth sailing through customs

04/25/16 - Arrived in Nashville, TN 10pm
04/29/16 - Marriage Certificate received
SSN filed somewhere after this point (exact date is not remembered, received after a 30 minute wait)
11/16/16 - AoS packet mailed (i-485, i-765, i-131)
11/18/16 - AoS packet received
12/06/16 - Check Cashed
02/28/17 - EAD and AP Approved
03/02/17 - NOA2 for EAD and AP Arrived
03/02/17 - EAD/AP Card Arrived

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Don't forget the 6 passport photos

Don't forget the 6 passport photos


K1 Visa Journey:

Engaged: January 26th 2013

Filed I-129F Petition (K1 Visa): April 14th 2015

NOA1 Hardcopy: April 17th 2015

I-129F (RFE): June 17th 2015

I-129F (Respond): July 22nd 2015

NOA2 Hardcopy: August 3rd 2015

Vancouver Embassy Received: September 9th 2015

Packet 3: September 16th 2015.....Packet 3 (Emailed): September 21st 2015

Packet 4: October 1st 2015

Medical Appointment: October 19th 2015

Interview: November 10th 2015 (Approved!!!)

Visa Received: November 16th 2015

POE To Dallas, TX: November 25th 2015

AOS Journey:

Married: January 7th 2016

Filed I-485/I-765/I-131 (AOS/EAD/AP): February 2nd 2016

Package Returned For Wrong Cheque Amount (USCIS Error): February 24th 2016

Re-Filed I-485/I-765/I-131 (AOS/EAD/AP): February 25th 2016

NOA1 (Email + Text x3) I-485/I-765/I-131: March 3rd 2016

NOA1 Hardcopy I-485/I-765/I-131: March 7th 2016

Biometrics Letter: March 18th 2016

Biometrics Appointment: March 28th 2016

Case Status: Case Is Ready To Be Scheduled For An Interview: April 4th 2016

I-765/I-131 (EAD/AP) Approved: May 4th 2016......I-765/I-131 (EAD/AP) Hardcopy: May 9th 2016

EAD/AP Combo Card Received: May 12th 2016

Email Notification: Scheduled Interview: October 17th 2016......AOS Scheduled Interview Hardcopy: October 24th 2016

Actual AOS Interview: November 17th 2016......Approval Date: November 18th 2016

2 Year Green Card Received: November 30th 2016

ROC Journey:

Filed I-751: November 10th 2018.....Received:  November 14th 2018

NOA1 Hardcopy:  January 29th 2019

Biometrics Letter:

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Can anyone clarify for what reason there are SIX passport photos required? I feel like I'm missing something here... haha thanks!


October 2007 - Met in school

December 14/2007 - Started dating

~ 2 to 4 visits a year between Canada & USA ~

Sept 10/2015 - Engaged! (FINALLY!) :wub:

K1 Fiancee Visa Journey!

Sept 15/2015 - Sent I-129F package to USCIS Lewisville, TX Lockbox via FedEx from California

Sept 17/2015 - FedEx confirmed delivery at Lockbox/ USCIS confirms receipt via website

Sept 22/2015 - NOA1: USCIS Email stating receipt of I-129F package

Oct 22/2015 - NOA2: Confirmation via Case Tracker APP

Oct 26/2015 - NOA2 Hardcopy in the mail!

Nov 25/2015 - Package 3 in the mail

Nov 27/2015 - Package 3 emailed to Vancouver Consulate

Lost the dates... but Package 4 came and went.

No issues!

Feb 26/2016 - Medical @ Dr. Cheema's office in Vancouver

Mar 1/2016 - K1 Interview @ Vancouver Consular Generals Office - Approved!

Mar 28/2016 - POE!

May 28/2016 - Wedding!

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Can anyone clarify for what reason there are SIX passport photos required? I feel like I'm missing something here... haha thanks!

That's because they are submitting I-485, I-765 (to apply for EAD), and I-131 (to apply for AP), and each of them requires two photos. It will be less if you don't apply for some of those.

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He is not applying for I-131 (AP). OP I do think you should. It's a very simple form and it requires just additional copies of the same documents as the EAD. Please file it. It also costs nothing and will allow your spouse to go home without issues in case of an emergency or in case your green card ends up taking a long time to process. There is absolutely no downside to it.

It is 2 passport photos per application. 2 for AOS, 2 for EAD, 2 for AP.

Do include the DS-3025.

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Hi,

Regarding AOS Application for Affidavit of Support, my husband and his sister will be my sponsor. Should both of them required to fill-out Form i-864?

Thanks for your advise :)


AOS Journey:

July 1, 2016 : Arrived in US with K1 Visa

August 20, 2016 : Got Married in California :luv:

  • August 26, 2016 - Submitted our AOS Package (I-130 & I-485)
  • August 30, 2016 - Package arrived at USCIS Chicage Lockbox
  • September 6, 2016 - Received text and email receipt notice that i-130 and i-485 application has been received
  • September 10, 2016 - Received hard copies of NOAs in mail for both applications. Notice date is September 3, 2016
  • September 16, 2016 - Received biometric Appointment Notice in mail
  • September 26, 2016 - Biometric Appointment at USCIS San Jose, CA
  • October 19, 2016 - Case is ready to be scheduled for an interview
  • November 1, 2016 - Advance Parole (AP) Document was produced
  • November 5, 2016 - Received the original AP approval notice in mail

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