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Hello. Anyone doing AoS through 245i using I-485 Supplement A in USA that is also in the FB1 Category? What questions are asked in the interview and does the petitioner has to be there for an approved I-130?
onapra26 posted a topic in General Immigration-Related DiscussionGood morning. My mom who is 74 years old just received Notice of Immigrant Visa Case Creation from The Department of State's National Visa Center (NVC). We are in the process of completing these steps: Pay the Immigrant Visa Application fee and Affidavit of Support fee through CEAC Submit your visa application form through CEAC Please review https://nvc.state.gov/documents for a complete list of required documents for your case. Collect the required financial documents, police certificate(s), and civil documents Scan and upload all of these documents to your CEAC account I believe only unmarried children of my mom under 21 years of age can be brought with her to the US. I have a concern which is , I am already 38 years old, and just got married last year. What is my chance that I go to the US , be a resident too, along with my husband and my baby? Any suggestions and options would be of great help. Thanks..
Maple-Leaf posted a topic in Bringing Family Members of Permanent Residents to AmericaHi everyone, I came across different pieces of information and currently, I am a bit confused. I am unmarried and over the age of 21 - my parents who hold a green card applied for me two years ago (end of 2016) and I am Canadian. We paid for a lawyer to do all the paperwork and submit everything on our behalf. Her advice is for me to continue to keep some form of legal status within the states as I am waiting. Current processing time shows May 27, 2015 for the California center. I will be graduating this fall semester and will apply for an OPT to stay in the country as my lawyer has warned against leaving the country at any time. This is where my confusion starts. I have been reading that the wait time listed on different sites is for the I-130 of which once obtaining approval it will go to the NVC and I will have another four years of waiting, is this true? My lawyer was saying that the entire process should only take 2-4 years. If it is longer how am I supposed to maintain a legal status after the year-long OPT runs out? It seems impossible to continue waiting without the ability to work while attending expensive schools. Maybe I have this entire thing wrong? Also once the I-130 is approved can I submit for a EAD? What is the point of staying in the country in regards to staying outside of the country - is there a difference in processing times?