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  • Location Peachtree City, GA, USA

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    Adjustment of Status (approved)
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    National Benefits Center
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    Atlanta GA
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  1. Agree with that. We did yes for 25 and wrote all our tickets and court documents on that. The one that went to court was also a traffic violation that also ending up in an accident. Husband was judged and fined.
  2. Can you ask your lawyer about it? The way I interpret it - if it is dismissed, it is not a crime. The best bet is to talk to you lawyer. It can be quite tricky the uscis officer may interpret your case. Ask and be sure of your right before you fill that in. I remember our lawyer told us before, anything $500 fine and below with no sentence is not a big deal. I had a traffic ticket and my husband has 2 or 3 (one went to court) tickets. We did not have any issue or RFE due to that.
  3. Thanks! We are heading over to SSA office soon. As for EAD for minors, i was advised by the lawyer minors need to be over certain age to apply. Ours is young.
  4. I can’t tell for the GC yet. We are still waiting. Our previous experience with cards, they came within 2 weeks most time. Once, husband’s EAD got lost in the Usps mail. Tracking said delivered but it was never in our mailbox. We reapplied first it.
  5. So, we just have our (AOS)permanent residency approved. The adults have our SSNs when we have I765 approved, but they were indicated 'for work use' only. The minors do not have SSN. Do we, adults have to update our SSNs and apply new ones for the minors? Or will this be an automatic process to just wait for them in the mail.
  6. I updated our AR-11 and 2 days later, our status were updated to "Cards are being produced" and "Your case is approved". We just received our 797 in our new address, the USCIS updated the new address the same day we applied. I also informed the new residents of the old address to help us receive any mails from USCIs so we would not worry about losing any important document.
  7. Wish you get through soon. It came as a surprised. My husband moved to CA for a new job just 2 weeks and we remain here in GA. I was still getting nervous about where the interview would be. For one who hardly win any lucky draw, guess we do get lucky sometimes.
  8. Case Was Approved On July 10, 2020, we approved your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, Receipt Number MSCxxxxxxxxxx. We sent you an approval notice. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your approval notice by July 25, 2020, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. Yes. Confirmed ours have been approved. Without interview.
  9. Thanks for the congrats. For I-485, check out this checklist here : https://www.uscis.gov/i-485Checklist I can't tell you for sure. Every individual is difference. I know it was A TON for us. From the children's home country school records (to prove we fulfill our previous obligation of J-visa), to traffic tickets, to our immigration records etc. We have a lawyer who helped us though every step and provided our complete checklist of items.
  10. IJJ

    EB-1 visa

    We were consulting with a lawyer (without company sponsorship) between filing an EB-1 or EB-2 NIW. Our lawyer suggested EB-2 NIW. Reason being that it is easier to get through than EB-1. My husband has a PhD (from a US University) and won some prizes but his amount of publications was not impressive (<15). The lawyer said we could go for it but it is a safer bet for EB-2 NIW. We took 3-5 months to prepare all the documents with the help of the lawyer and got all references. Started in late Oct 2018 and filed I-140 on Feb 2019. I-140 was approved in Sept 2019 and we proceed to file I-485 in Oct 2019. We just got our I-485 approved. No RFE and no interview for us. There are some lawyers who give you free consultations to tell you what they prefer. No obligation at all. We spoke to 2 before we decided on EB-2 NIW and who to use. I suggest you contact them for some ideas. If you need contact/recommendations, let me know. Our lawyer package for I-140 was "Approved or refund".
  11. Received an update on our I485s this morning. Our interview was cancelled in Mar 2020 and thought it will be awhile to wait for the interview to be scheduled again. With this new update, does it mean out GCs are approved without interview? New Card Is Being Produced On July 10, 2020, we ordered your new card for Receipt Number MSCxxxxxxxxxx, and will mail it to the address you gave us. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. 03/26/2020 We cancelled the scheduled interview for your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. 01/28/2020 We are ready to schedule your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, for an interview. 12/04/2019 The fingerprints relating to your Form I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, were taken. 11/05/2019 We accepted the fingerprint fee for your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. Our National Benefits Center location is working on your case. 10/28/2019 We received your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status.
  12. We have our interviews being cancelled in March 2020. Out of a sudden, I received case update of all our I-485s that cards are being produced. Does that mean our GCs are approved and no interview is needed now? Anyone has the same stuff going on?
  13. Sure Bona Fide. No fraud here. Crazy household schedule with busy teens and kids. Trying to juggle everyone's priorities.
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