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Me and my Wife were married recently and my K1 Visa will run out soon also my I-94 travel history runs out on the 16th of November, we are working on the change of status application and need more time how do you file for an extension ? So I don't get deported in the mean time while all this is being processed.

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13 minutes ago, Drummerboy said:

Me and my Wife were married recently and my K1 Visa will run out soon also my I-94 travel history runs out on the 16th of November, we are working on the change of status application and need more time how do you file for an extension ? So I don't get deported in the mean time while all this is being processed.

As far as I know there is no extension for a K1 visa.

 

Once you file your AOS, you will have authorization to stay until it is processed, so your NOA1 receipt will be the proof of that.

 

Try to file as quickly as possible and try to stay away from any trouble that can cause them to double check now would be the best advice I could give. 

 


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There is no extension for I-94.

You need to send out AOS as soon as possible.

Once you have your NOA1 you are authorized to stay.

 

 

Edited by Becci391

ROC Timeline

08/16/19: sent I-751 packet to USCIS Lockbox in Dallas

08/19/19: packet received by USCIS

08/21/19: received text message with case number ( Texas Service Center)

08/23/19: check got chashed

08/26/19: received extension letter in the mail

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7 minutes ago, Naes said:

As far as I know there is no extension for a K1 visa.

 

Once you file your AOS, you will have authorization to stay until it is processed, so your NOA1 receipt will be the proof of that.

 

Try to file as quickly as possible and try to stay away from any trouble that can cause them to double check now would be the best advice I could give. 

 

This.

 

There is no extension. You're granted 90 days of authorized stay and that's it until you receive your NOA1 from AOS.

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1 hour ago, Drummerboy said:

Me and my Wife were married recently and my K1 Visa will run out soon also my I-94 travel history runs out on the 16th of November, we are working on the change of status application and need more time how do you file for an extension ? So I don't get deported in the mean time while all this is being processed.

K1 visas are a one-way, one-time visa. Yours, like everybody else, was invalidated by the CBP officer when you arrived in the US. There are no extensions for the I-94, when it expires, it is expired, and you are out-of-status. In general, the longer you wait to get married, the more likely that you will have an out-of-status period. That is why the general recommendation is to submit your AOS/EAD/AP applications as soon as you can after getting married. After you submit your AOS/EAD/AP applications, USCIS will send you your NOA1 receipt for AOS. That receipt document signifies that you have filed for AOS, and you are then granted a special in-process status. 

 

When you are out-of-status you should likely keep away from the mobile CBP checkpoints around the southern US border. CBP agents have also been known to lurk around domestic airport terminals. And with the prez's recent executive order for "enhanced immigration enforcement," ICE agents have been known to show up at people's  door late at night , or raiding egg farms, looking for undocumented or out-of-status aliens. If they catch you, you will likely be detained until you can explain to an immigration judge the how and why you are out-of-status. Be advised that there are current estimates of over one million cases awaiting adjudication in the immigration court system.  

 

You would do well to get your AOS/EAD/AP applications mailed promptly. :yes:


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

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