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I-94 expired- no AOS until after move? (split)

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Guys, need your help.

My I-94 expired in the end of February and we still didn't send papers for  AOS/EAD/AP because  we're moving to another city in May. So, my question is - will I have any problems since my I-94 expired?

We got married in January

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24 minutes ago, JB&JP said:

Guys, need your help.

My I-94 expired in the end of February and we still didn't send papers for  AOS/EAD/AP because  we're moving to another city in May. So, my question is - will I have any problems since my I-94 expired?

We got married in January

Problems filing AOS/EAD/AP or getting your SSN after your I94 expired? 

The moment your I94 expires, you are then out of status. It's not usually a big deal because you did marry within 90 days. The most that could happen is you'd be sent in front of an immigration judge and forced to apply for AOS right away.

The longer you wait to apply, the longer you will have to wait to work, drive (in some states) and leave the US and re-enter.

Moving shouldnt be a reason you dont apply right away. It's a simple phonecall or online form to complete to update your address. 

What's the concern about moving and how do you think that will affect you?

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18 minutes ago, K1visaHopeful said:

Moving shouldnt be a reason you dont apply right away. It's a simple phonecall or online form to complete to update your address. 

What's the concern about moving and how do you think that will affect you?

We had some troubles with getting our mail,  currently live in apartment comlex, maybe that's the reason.. - _-

The concern is - can I get an RFE for sending AOS/EAD/AP forms after I-94 expiration date? it will be around two months since that date..

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Just now, JB&JP said:

We had some troubles with getting our mail,  currently live in apartment comlex, maybe that's the reason.. - _-

The concern is - can I get an RFE for sending AOS/EAD/AP forms after I-94 expiration date? it will be around two months since that date..

No. An RFE means a Request For Evidence. An RFE has no bearing on your situation.

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