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Hi everyone! I would like some advice, my envelope for the 693 has some scratches because my dog the envelope has two parts that is broke/open, but these are no more than 3 centimeters for one and 1 cm for the other one. Is this going to be a problem? USCIS can reject our form for this reason? We don't know if sending in that way o put it some tape, since the scratch is not too obvious but enough to be notice. Thanks in advance
Hi everyone, I am, USC, filing i485 for my dad who is in the USA. I would appreciate if you help me with couple of questions. I-485 1. Should we get medical examination done now and submit form I-693 along with I-485? Or should we wait till they schedule an interview and then pass it? I am sure I read in instructions that it is valid for couple of months only but online it says it is valid for 2 years. Which is it? 2. I read all the 80 YES/NO questions to my dad in our language. Is it detrimental to his application if I mention that I read questions to him in our language? Would they think his English is bad and deny him or require to bring an interpreter? 3. To question 23 in Part.8: Have you ever applied for any relief or protection from removal, exclusion or deportation? He applied for Temporary Protected Status and it is pending. Is it YES here? 4. I want to put on the form that I was a preparer. What will be required of me after we submit this form? Will I be contacted by them? 5. In part 8 in organizations I added USSR conscript military service. Does it have a negative impact on application? I-131 I am also applying for travel document. They are asking about details of the trip like: Date of Intended Departure, Expected length of Trip. Then there is Part.4. Information about your proposed travel, etc. We don't have those details. For now there are no hard plans to travel but situation is such that we might need to. What do I answer in those questions in this case? Thank you.
Hello kind people. I was wondering if anyone obtained their Greencard through AOS/ Marriage and did not have to do a Biometrics appointment? My attorney mentioned yesterday that he has seen some cases where the applicants were not called for Biometrics and instead USCIS used their existing biometrics data that had been submitted previously. In my case, we filed in October and as of yet have not received an appointment. Yesterday I received a letter noting my i-693 deficiency (plan to bring it to interview), but still haven't got a Biometric appointment. I am on my third working visa so they already have all my details in the system.. the last time I entered via Dublin the agent used facial recognition to pull up my profile so they know who I am! I know there can be no rhyme or reason to USCIS but was wondering if anyone here got to skip biometrics. I am in Boston if that helps. Thank you :)