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Help! K-1 visa expired and haven't sent any document to USCIS yet.

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6 minutes ago, Jessica Robertson said:

I am a K-1 Visa holder and we are already married on September, but for some reasons, we forgot to send all the Adjustment status Documents to USCIS and my visa has been expired since last week. What should we do? 

Just send the documents. You are in status for 90 days after you entered the US. AOS should be sent during that time to avoid deportation. If you miss the 90 days, just send it in ASAP and you will be fine. 

 

The visa is irrelavant at this point. 

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16 minutes ago, Jessica Robertson said:

I am a K-1 Visa holder and we are already married on September, but for some reasons, we forgot to send all the Adjustment status Documents to USCIS and my visa has been expired since last week. What should we do? 

Visa expired or I94 is expired?


YMMV

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1 minute ago, Jessica Robertson said:

Visa. We didn't apply for I94. This is also my concern, isn't it (I94) optional? CMIIW

I94 is given at the border uponem entry,  all k1s receive.  


YMMV

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1 minute ago, Jessica Robertson said:

I didn't get any of this paper. Once i got into US, they only stamped my Passport and allowed me to get my next flight. Seriously.

Because it is an electronic document that you retrieve from the CBP website 


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1 minute ago, payxibka said:

Because it is an electronic document that you retrieve from the CBP website 

Is it required doc for the AOS? We have worked on all documents, except I94.

22 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

Just send the documents. You are in status for 90 days after you entered the US. AOS should be sent during that time to avoid deportation. If you miss the 90 days, just send it in ASAP and you will be fine. 

 

The visa is irrelavant at this point. 

Gotcha. thank you for your valuable information.

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Just now, Jessica Robertson said:

Is it required doc for the AOS? We have worked on all documents, except I94.

The i94 is typically a document submitted with AOS.   Nothing to 'work on"  go to the CBP website and retrieve it and print it out 


YMMV

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1 hour ago, Jessica Robertson said:

Gotcha. Thank you for your valuable information.

We just now downloaded Ryan’s 

This is the website to go to: 

https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/#/home

 

You will need to enter in some basic information and there is a “print” button to easily obtain the 94. 
 

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23 hours ago, Jessica Robertson said:

I am a K-1 Visa holder and we are already married on September, but for some reasons, we forgot to send all the Adjustment status Documents to USCIS and my visa has been expired since last week. What should we do? 

You're fine.  The sooner the better, but don't get yourself in a panic.  There have been couples that wait months or even years to file.  Once you get all the documents you need, and feel confident you have everything, go ahead and submit.  I recommend not feeling rushed and could possibly forget to send something. 

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