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AOS Interview Document Checklist?

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I-485 Received Date: April 27, 2018

 

I-693 Signed Date: February 26, 2018

Interview date: May 31, 2019

 

Questions:

 

1. Do I need to get I-693 filled out again?

 

2. It's hard for my spouse (US born citizen) to obtain her birth certificate due to personal reasons. We didn't submit a copy with the original forms, either. However, the interview notice asks for it.  Is it really required?

 

3. We filed I-130, I-485, I-693, I-765, I-131 and I-864 concurrently.  The affidavit of support information on I-864 has since changed (positively).  Do we need to fill out a new I-864 along with new supporting information?

 

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1 hour ago, snnybrr said:

I-485 Received Date: April 27, 2018

 

I-693 Signed Date: February 26, 2018

Interview date: May 31, 2019

 

Questions:

 

1. Do I need to get I-693 filled out again?

 

2. It's hard for my spouse (US born citizen) to obtain her birth certificate due to personal reasons. We didn't submit a copy with the original forms, either. However, the interview notice asks for it.  Is it really required?

 

3. We filed I-130, I-485, I-693, I-765, I-131 and I-864 concurrently.  The affidavit of support information on I-864 has since changed (positively).  Do we need to fill out a new I-864 along with new supporting information?

 

1. No they changed the rule for medicals they are now valid for 2 years so you're good

2. They need at least 1 proof of US citizenship of his birth certificate is not available,  you need at least his US passport

3. Yes it has changed please fill out a new one in Advance with all the new information and documents needed to go along

 

Good luck 


01/08/2018: Priority Date

01/19/2018: Checks cashed

01/22/2018: 3 NOA's received in Mail (I-130, I-485 and I-765)

02/09/201: Received Biometrics Appointment Letter scheduled for 02/22

02/10/2018: Email notification of RFIE :(

02/12/2018: Early walk-in for Biometrics, successful

02/16/2018: RFIE received for birth certificate and translation, sent back the same day

02/20/2018: RFIE response delivered, sent via Fedex

02/23/2018: Case status updated to RFIE response received

03/05/2018: Courtesy letter for I-693, medical exam received, letter dated Feb 28th

03/08/2018: AP application delivered by Fedex

03/19/2018: NOA for AP received in the mailbox

05/03/2018: AP ONLY approved (Approved in 56 days)

05/11/2018: AP received in Mail

05/21/2018: Email received,EAD card in production (Day 133)

05/22/2018: Interview scheduled

05/25/2018: EAD approval letter received in Mail

05/29/2018: EAD card and letter for interview (Jun.26th) both received in Mail, Woot woot :)

06/26/2018: Interview completed, now waiting for the magical email/letter...

10/30/2018: Went to Infopass, officer has not made a decision yet, an email was sent to him tell him I came to inquire

03/26/2019: Moved so updated our address online with USCIS

04/16/2019: I-130 petition approved

04/20/2019: approval notice received in the mail

04/22/2019: received notification of RFE for AOS I-485

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44 minutes ago, Nouchigang said:

1. No they changed the rule for medicals they are now valid for 2 years so you're good

2. They need at least 1 proof of US citizenship of his birth certificate is not available,  you need at least his US passport

3. Yes it has changed please fill out a new one in Advance with all the new information and documents needed to go along

 

Good luck 

Thank you so much!

 

Regarding (2), it's just that the interview notice spells out twice, "spouse's (petitioner) birth certificate and proof of US citizenship."

 

We didn't submit spouse's (petitioner) birth certificate originally so not sure why they'd mention it now. 

 

The keyword (and) had me worried.

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2 hours ago, snnybrr said:

Thank you so much!

 

Regarding (2), it's just that the interview notice spells out twice, "spouse's (petitioner) birth certificate and proof of US citizenship."

 

We didn't submit spouse's (petitioner) birth certificate originally so not sure why they'd mention it now. 

 

The keyword (and) had me worried.

I think either or should be okay, if not he can try to get one at his local vital record office to have peace of mind. Most states can give it to you on the same day


01/08/2018: Priority Date

01/19/2018: Checks cashed

01/22/2018: 3 NOA's received in Mail (I-130, I-485 and I-765)

02/09/201: Received Biometrics Appointment Letter scheduled for 02/22

02/10/2018: Email notification of RFIE :(

02/12/2018: Early walk-in for Biometrics, successful

02/16/2018: RFIE received for birth certificate and translation, sent back the same day

02/20/2018: RFIE response delivered, sent via Fedex

02/23/2018: Case status updated to RFIE response received

03/05/2018: Courtesy letter for I-693, medical exam received, letter dated Feb 28th

03/08/2018: AP application delivered by Fedex

03/19/2018: NOA for AP received in the mailbox

05/03/2018: AP ONLY approved (Approved in 56 days)

05/11/2018: AP received in Mail

05/21/2018: Email received,EAD card in production (Day 133)

05/22/2018: Interview scheduled

05/25/2018: EAD approval letter received in Mail

05/29/2018: EAD card and letter for interview (Jun.26th) both received in Mail, Woot woot :)

06/26/2018: Interview completed, now waiting for the magical email/letter...

10/30/2018: Went to Infopass, officer has not made a decision yet, an email was sent to him tell him I came to inquire

03/26/2019: Moved so updated our address online with USCIS

04/16/2019: I-130 petition approved

04/20/2019: approval notice received in the mail

04/22/2019: received notification of RFE for AOS I-485

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