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Nate Karl

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  1. Oh ok it's clear now. So right now, I have 2 I-864, 1 from my wife, (US CITIZEN) and one from my Father In law(US Citizen). So I don't have to make 1 more for myself?
  2. Thank you Sir. SO I don't have to submit my own I-864? My wife has it already and my Father in Law as the joint sponsor. Because in the instructions too, it says : Who Must Submit Form I-944 and Form I-864 If you are a principal or derivative applicant, you must submit Form I-944 and Form I-864 with your Form I-485 if you are applying under one of the following immigrant categories (unless otherwise stated): A. Immediate relative (spouse of a U.S. citizen, parent of a U.S. citizen if the U.S. citizen is 21 years of age or older, and unmarried child under 21 years of age of a U.S. citizen);
  3. That's what we did before, but after the new I-485, with the Public Charge part, they require you to fill up I-864 too. 9. Public Charge: Declaration of Self-Sufficiency (Form I-944) and Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the INA (Form I-864) In addition to Form I-485, you must file Form I-944 and Form I-864 to establish that you are not inadmissible based on the public charge ground, if you fall into one of the categories listed below. See Form I-944 Instructions and Form I-864 Instructions for more information. Failure to submit a required I-944 or I-864, will result in a denial of your I-485. Please note that Form I-864W is no longer required, so you do not need to submit a separate Form I-864W with your Form I-485. That's what I understood too, but with the new I-485, they require the intending immigrant to fill up and submit I-864 too. 9. Public Charge: Declaration of Self-Sufficiency (Form I-944) and Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the INA (Form I-864) In addition to Form I-485, you must file Form I-944 and Form I-864 to establish that you are not inadmissible based on the public charge ground, if you fall into one of the categories listed below. See Form I-944 Instructions and Form I-864 Instructions for more information. Failure to submit a required I-944 or I-864, will result in a denial of your I-485. Please note that Form I-864W is no longer required, so you do not need to submit a separate Form I-864W with your Form I-485.
  4. SO there's a new law in filling out I-485 now, "Public charge" 9. Public Charge: Declaration of Self-Sufficiency (Form I-944) and Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the INA (Form I-864) In addition to Form I-485, you must file Form I-944 and Form I-864 to establish that you are not inadmissible based on the public charge ground, if you fall into one of the categories listed below. See Form I-944 Instructions and Form I-864 Instructions for more information. Failure to submit a required I-944 or I-864, will result in a denial of your I-485. Please note that Form I-864W is no longer required, so you do not need to submit a separate Form I-864W with your Form I-485.
  5. With the new requirements for Form I-485, requiring the intending immigrant to submit form I-864 and I-944, its so confusing how do you fill up the form I-864 if you're the intending immigrant. Most of the checkbox doesn't apply to you. For example the Part 1. Anyone? Please help. Thank you
  6. I didn't know that. But I'll keep it in mind to do the medical before interview. My I-130 is also returned it says, "Your I-130 is being returned to you because the eligibility you filed under requires that you file and I-485 also. Please resubmit both forms and the appropriate fees in order to continue processing. Thank you. That's what I'll do
  7. I'm a J-1 visa holder and got married and applying for AOS. 1) So my I-693 expired I think last week of June for the 60 days limit. But they got it before it was expired, should still redo it or no? 2.Thank you. 3.Thank you I'm a J-1 Visa holder. Im currently in the US and applying for AOS
  8. 1. My I-693 expired I think June for the 60 days, but they got it before it expired. Does it mean I have to redo it or its still good? 2. Thanks I thought its something 3. Thank you so much.
  9. Thank you for all your answers so far. I think another question is, the last submission , I sent a different DS2019, and I have a new one, should I submit them the new DS2019 or the last one I sent that got returned is fine? Thanks
  10. Aloha. Yesterday I got my I-485 application back with the recjection notice becasue of outdated form, along with the other forms. I have a lot of questions about re submitting it. I know I have to redo the I-485 and I-765 to the updated version. 1) My medical examination is expired now, do I have to redo it? 2) Whats the meaning of the codes numbers and letters under my documents? 3) is it ok to resubmit all the supporting documents I sent them before? Please help thank you.
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