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jordanmic posted a topic in Adjustment of Status from Work, Student, & Tourist VisasHi everyone, As an F1 student adjusting status through marriage, do I have to send USCIS any documents showing my legal status such as the school's I-20? Thanks.
Jun2580 posted a topic in Adjustment of Status Case Filing and Progress ReportsI have an AOS interview coming up very soon, and I have a question. I was on F1 for a total of 5 years, and I renewed my I-20 a couple of times. After graduation, I got a job and I have been working with STEM OPT, and I have a US spouse, with whom I am attending the interview. Now I have this I-797 for the interview, and it says "All immigration-related documentation ever issued to you, including any EAD and any authorization for Advance Parole)" My question is, do I need to take with me all of the previous I-20s? I don't even know if I have the very first one like from 4-5 years ago. I do have my latest I-20 (original) which has the OPT recommendation. I mean, do they even really need those old I-20s which seem very unrelated to my AOS case? If some are missing, could it lead to a denial?
Hello, I came to Houston, TX on an F-1 visa back in Dec 2013. I graduated last May 2017 with an Associate in Business. I'm currently on OPT (from August 2017 until August 2018) and planning on getting a Bachelors in Marketing or enrolling in another Associate program. My visa expires on December 2018 but I know that as long as I'm enrolled in school I will be still in status. I enrolled in the DV-2019 lottery and my question is -- in case I win: 1. Will the fact that my visa is expiring affect my Adjustment of Status? Or is my I20 and I94 (D/S) that really matters? 2. Let's say that on May I discover that I did win the lottery, when will I be able to apply for AOS? I know that I have to wait for my rank number but when do they start announcing that? Right after the results or starting October? Thank you!
I am working under OPT, and since I graduated in a STEM major, I am collecting documents to apply for STEM OPT Extension. In my school website, it lists the following as a few required documents to mail to USCIS, 1) STEM OPT I-20 (The new one issued for STEM OPT) But many other websites from other schools list 1) ALL I-20s ever issued to you including the ones from other school you went to, the current one for OPT, and the new one issued for STEM OPT) Which is true? Do I have to mail ALL i20s? In USCIS's website, it only says Form I-20, Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status, endorsed by your DSO on or after May 10, 2016 Another question is, do I need to submit Employment Letter or Offer Letter from my employer? USCIS's website doesn't list that, nor my school's website. But many other school websites have listed that too, and I am confused. Can someone, especially those who got granted STEM OPT Extension, please tell me what forms you submitted, or whether I need (1) All i-20s issued to me, OR just the STEM OPT i-20, and (2) an employment letter? Thank you!