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Asking for someone else who is adjusting status from a K-1 visa. I will call this person Sharon.

Sharon received an RFE for her I-765. 

 

"On Month, XX, 2020, you submitted your Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization under category A-03. We need more information from you in order to nacre a decision on your case."

 

The rest of the two page RFE doesn't actually explain the error.  But A-03 is for a refugee. Sharon is not a refugee. She entered the USA as a K-1 fiancee. 

 

Based on my own K-1  wife's EAD, the correct category should have been C-09P. 

 

So my question general question is what is the correct process for Sharon here? 

 

Thanks.

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7 minutes ago, Mike E said:

Asking for someone else who is adjusting status from a K-1 visa. I will call this person Sharon.

Sharon received an RFE for her I-765. 

 

"On Month, XX, 2020, you submitted your Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization under category A-03. We need more information from you in order to nacre a decision on your case."

 

The rest of the two page RFE doesn't actually explain the error.  But A-03 is for a refugee. Sharon is not a refugee. She entered the USA as a K-1 fiancee. 

 

Based on my own K-1  wife's EAD, the correct category should have been C-09P. 

 

So my question general question is what is the correct process for Sharon here? 

 

Thanks.

C09


YMMV

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19 hours ago, Mike E said:

OK thanks.

 

What is the process to deal with the RFE and the problem of getting an EAD?

Send a response correcting the classification 


YMMV

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On 4/20/2021 at 2:00 PM, payxibka said:

Send a response correcting the classification 

Your advice was followed precisely.  
 

Card is in production as of today.  Thanks for the sharp advice.  The couple is overjoyed.  

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