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    Hi everyone I applied for u visa in Jan 2017 and I got my receipt no but when I track my case on uscis website it is stating " we received your case and waived the filing fee for your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status"

    My question is I filed I- 918 how come it is showing me about I-485 can anybody clear my confusion?

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    Originally posted by Akcent15 View Post
    Hi everyone I applied for u visa in Jan 2017 and I got my receipt no but when I track my case on uscis website it is stating " we received your case and waived the filing fee for your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status"

    My question is I filed I- 918 how come it is showing me about I-485 can anybody clear my confusion?
    Might be a typo or error with the online system. Does you receipt notice reflects the correct form you filled? If so you will be fine.

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      Yes my receipt says I-918 U , is this type of typo error are common ?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Akcent15 View Post
        Yes my receipt says I-918 U , is this type of typo error are common ?
        Common or not I don't know. Don't worry about it too much. You got you application in and thats what matters. Just wait for them to get to your case. It takes years but they will get to it.

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        • #5
          Thanks for tha info may

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