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Hi All!

 

I'm a currently a little confused with the AOS forms. Long story short I have dual citizenship and I'm at the stage of filing the I-485 (AOS), I-131 (AP) and I-764 (EAD) from a K-1 Visa. The first two forms has only one field for nationality and the EAD form asks for more than 1.

 

The question is how would one fill out the AOS and AP forms, do I list Country A / Country B as citizenship or just the passport that I used to apply for the K-1 Visa?

 

Many thanks in advance for the help!

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3 minutes ago, Nomad82 said:

Hi All!

 

I'm a currently a little confused with the AOS forms. Long story short I have dual citizenship and I'm at the stage of filing the I-485 (AOS), I-131 (AP) and I-764 (EAD) from a K-1 Visa. The first two forms has only one field for nationality and the EAD form asks for more than 1.

 

The question is how would one fill out the AOS and AP forms, do I list Country A / Country B as citizenship or just the passport that I used to apply for the K-1 Visa?

 

Many thanks in advance for the help!

There's always the additional information page 


YMMV

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3 minutes ago, Nomad82 said:

Hi All!

 

I'm a currently a little confused with the AOS forms. Long story short I have dual citizenship and I'm at the stage of filing the I-485 (AOS), I-131 (AP) and I-764 (EAD) from a K-1 Visa. The first two forms has only one field for nationality and the EAD form asks for more than 1.

 

The question is how would one fill out the AOS and AP forms, do I list Country A / Country B as citizenship or just the passport that I used to apply for the K-1 Visa?

 

Many thanks in advance for the help!

My husband used the one (the passport) that he came into the country on for AOS 

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Wouldn't it cause the least amount of heartburn to use the passport from the country they immigrated from? During R's AOS interview she was asked several questions about her country of origin.

Edited by boris64

Not a newbie but lost my old info years ago) I have been through this process before --all the way through naturalization-- This site has always been a great help to me. 

 

 

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On 11/4/2019 at 1:52 PM, boris64 said:

Wouldn't it cause the least amount of heartburn to use the passport from the country they immigrated from? During R's AOS interview she was asked several questions about her country of origin.

She was asked as in she provided both countries in her application for AOS?

 

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