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Thread: Adjustment of Status Based on U Visa - My Journey

  1. #11
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    What crime you were victim? I also read about deferred actions, like in a year or year and half they will let know if they accept or refuse and give work authorization

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    Quote Originally Posted by hop3 View Post
    Hi Guys, I started my journey to AOS based on U visa in march 2019. I'd like to keep everyone posted on my progress. Please share your experiences if you have a pending AOS based on U Visa.

    DOCUMENTS NEEDED FOR MY AOS:
    -copy of birth certificate
    -copy of every page of my valid passport for the last 3 years
    -copy of work permit
    -copy of U visa approval notice
    -6 passport photos (2 for I-485, 2 for I-765 & 2 for I-131 forms)
    -sealed medical exam
    -documents showing continuous presence for 3 years
    -declaration regarding lack of request for ongoing assistance to law enforcement
    -declaration regarding why this adjustment of status should be granted under discretion
    -check for $1225.00

    I got married after my U visa was approved. My wife overstayed her visa, so I petitioned for her by filing form I-929 along with my AOS.

    DOCUMENTS NEEDED FOR I-929 FOR A U-1 FAMILY MEMBER:
    -copy of marriage certificate
    -copy of her birth certificate
    -1 passport photo
    -Letters from family and friends in the U.S.
    -Declaration by me, U-1 visa holder
    -declaration by my wife
    -check for $230.00

    These are the documents we sent with our applications. I will keep everyone posted on our progress in the next post.
    Congrats... thanks for sharing the great news.. a well deserved wait I must say.. once again congrats and all the best for your future endeavours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cescasf View Post
    What crime you were victim? I also read about deferred actions, like in a year or year and half they will let know if they accept or refuse and give work authorization
    I was a victim of a felonious assault

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    Me too

    Quote Originally Posted by hop3 View Post
    I was a victim of a felonious assault
    Can I ask you some questions in private?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hop3 View Post
    Hi guys, it's me again. Here is my timeline so far:

    03/05/19: Mailed forms I-131, I-485, I-765, and I-929
    03/08/19: Case received by USCIS
    03/18/19: Got receipt notices for all the forms filed
    04/08/19: Got U visa extension notice that extends U status until a decision is made on I-485
    04/08/19: Received biometrics appointment notice
    04/19/19: Biometrics appointment
    04/19/19: Status on I-765 changed to "fingerprint review was completed"
    04/25/19: Status on I-485 changed to "fingerprint review was completed"
    05/14/19: Status on I-765 changed to "card in production"
    05/16/19: Status on I-765 changed to "card was mailed to me"
    05/20/19: Received approval notices for I-131 & I-765
    05/21/19: EAD/AP combo card received.

    they approved my work permit and advance parole card much faster than I was expecting. On USCIS case status online it still says case received for my advance parole form I-131. But I already have the card on hand. I hope it helps. Please share your timeline if you have a pending AOS based on U visa. Thanks!
    I929 also approved for your spouse along with your approvals ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cescasf View Post
    Can I ask you some questions in private?
    Sure. You can inbox me in private.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Incognito View Post
    I929 also approved for your spouse along with your approvals ?
    No status update yet on I-929, it just says "case received". According to USCIS website, the principal U1 I-485 must be approved first before the form I-929 can be approved.

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    I applied for aos in December, biometrics in June, got my extension work permit in May. A few days ago I got a RFE asking for copies of my passport, hopefully after that I can get approve with the help of my god. Best of luck and hope you get approve!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jr_time View Post
    I applied for aos in December, biometrics in June, got my extension work permit in May. A few days ago I got a RFE asking for copies of my passport, hopefully after that I can get approve with the help of my god. Best of luck and hope you get approve!!
    Thanks for sharing, you'll hear your approval soon. Please keep us posted on your progress. Did you mean biometrics in January? Because that is usually done in a month or two after applying. All the best.

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    How many days you have waited to get the result?

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