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AJ-

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  • Location Columbus, OH, USA

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    Columbus
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    Ohio

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    Adjustment of Status (pending)
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    Columbus OH
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    Saudi Arabia

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  1. Any document needs to be in english and translated by a professional translator which will have a certify page saying that the translator is competent in both languages other than that you are good! passport doesn't need translation unless it doesn't have english translation. Long story short yes translation need to be certified if that applies to you. For passport, Include a copy of the signature page, photo and information page(s), and page showing expiration date. Include a copy of all pages containing entry and exit stamps and/or U.S. Visas.
  2. No 4 checks total one for each application and applicant
  3. Ok then. Parent (you): i-130 $535 - i-485 $1,225 daughter: i-130 $535 - i-485 $750 ( because she is filling with you if two separate packages then $1,140)
  4. Are you and your daughter filing together or seperate cuz its different?
  5. Hello, You need a separate checks for I-130 and I-485, so your daughter and you will need 4 checks total. https://www.uscis.gov/fees this is how to write the check. Also, I-693 is only good for two years from the day the doctor sign. You eventually might need a new one or maybe not ( just a heads up). Also make sure you pay the total fee of biometrics and form fee together you only need 4 TOTAL CHECKS . Also, consult https://www.uscis.gov/i-485 filing fee to see how much.
  6. I agree with you on that fact that a conviction is what matter. My husband and I have filed the I-130 and I-485 ( I am here in F-1) two weeks ago. My husband had AWA charges but non-AWA conviction. We consulted and attorney and they have done an extensive research and concluded a higher chance of him falling under AWA than not. We hired one anyway cuz we can afford it and will advise to do so if you can. I agree with you about how USCIS just cannot make interruption about the case the way they want, but they will and that have happened in the past. I understand your frustration ( me too) ,but the system is broken, and they have full authority over everything. Overcoming this is a very long and hard process not because of the case facts but the system itself. I would like for us to get in touch as we are both going through same/similar situation. I have red a lot of cases as well as the law itself. Good Luck, A-
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