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  1. 01-19-2014, 09:41 PM#1

    Concurrently Filing I-485 and I-130 Help (cover letter, DACA, etc)

    Hello all. I got married last year and I've been gathering information and filling out papers for I-485 and I-130. As of now, I am part of DACA(deferred action for childhood arrivals) and I had some questions about that, too.

    First of all my wife and I have filled out the following applications: I-130, G-325a(for both of us), I-485, I-864, and I-693(waiting for the results from the hospital).

    Here's a question. Being part of DACA, I've already received the EAD card and able to work, but do I have to apply for I-765 again and get a new EAD card? If so or not, how many passport photos do I need to send in total? I have 2 for my wife but I don't know how many I need. I know the applications are being submitted concurrently, I don't know if I have to send one for each application. For example, if I submit a G-325a for I-130, do I need to make another copy for I-485? Same goes for passport copies and all others.

    Also, can someone check my cover letter and see if anything is missing?

    "Wife's name"
    Address
    Address
    Date

    (Not really sure if this is the right addres for me to send. I live in Colorado)
    USCIS
    Attn: FBAS
    131 South Dearborn - 3rd Floor
    Chicago, IL 60603-551

    Concurrent filing of I-130 (Petition for Alien Relative) and I-485 (Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status)

    Petitioner (U.S. Citizen): Wife's name
    Beneficiary (Alien Spouse): My name

    Dear Sir/Madam

    Please find enclosed concurrent filing of forms: I-130 (Petition for Alien Relative) on behalf of my husband, I-485 (Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status), and its various supporting documents.

    Contents include:

    I-130, Petition for Alien Relative
    • Money order of $420 made payable to Department of Homeland Security
    • Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative
    • Form G-325A, Biographic Information of Petitioner
    • Form G-325A, Biographic Information of Alien Spouse
    • Copy of Petitioner’s Birth Certificate
    • Copy of Petitioner’s Identification Card
    • Copy of Beneficiary’s Translated Birth Certificate
    • Copy of Beneficiary’s Passport (Biographical page)
    • Copy of Beneficiary’s Passport (Visa and stamped passport page)
    • Copy of Marriage Certificate
    • Two Passport Style Photographs of the Petitioner (Placed in a plastic bag, attached to a paper)
    • Two passport Style Photographs of the beneficiary (Placed in a plastic bag, labeled with full name and alien #, attached to a paper)
    • Evidence Of Bona fide Marriage
    -Letter explaining our relationship history, marriage, and our future plans together
    -Affidavit letter from a close friend
    -Copy of bank statement showing joint account
    -Selection of Pictures that document relationship and marriage

    I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status
    • Money order of $1070 made payable to Department of Homeland Security
    • Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status
    • Copy of passport page with non-immigrant B2 visa, I-94 Form, and entry stamps
    • Copy of passport's biographical page
    • Copy of Marriage Certificate
    • Copy of Birth Certificate translated in English
    • G325A signed by the beneficiary
    • Two passport Style Photographs of the beneficiary (Placed in a plastic bag, labeled with full name and alien #, attached to a paper)
    • I-693 Vaccination Supplement (Completed by a Civil Surgeon sealed in an envelope)
    • I-864 Affidavit Of Support, filed by the petitioner

    Thanks for helping!

  2. 01-28-2014, 05:45 PM#2

    Thank you

    Hello i just want to say that your cover letter is awesome, i dont know if you doing right, I am about to start the process and you cover letter is an awesome guide so thank you and let me know how your process goes and good luck
  3. 07-27-2015, 05:02 PM#3
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    A question

    Hello! I was looking for information how to fill the form I-485 and i-130. I read your thread, a question have you been approved? how do you filled the part 3. A- in the form I-485 and the I-130 Part A-14., I'm under DACA and I recently got a AP and returnd to the US. Now I have my I-94 but I'm not sure what to write in the question: In what status did you last enter?

    Thank you
  4. 07-28-2015, 12:35 AM#4
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    Your status would be on your I-94, what ever you entered as.EG, If B1 or B2. Visitor or Business. If you came as a visitor and left on DACA, and return, you are still referred to as a Visitor/DACA.
  5. 07-28-2015, 12:49 AM#5
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    It doesn't cost to Apply for I-765. But if you have enough months on your current i-765, you need not apply, sending a copy, with rhe status under which you obtain it, is enough.

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    Two passport pictures, each of you both, would be ok.

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    You can send 4 copies each of G-235A.
  6. 07-28-2015, 12:59 AM#6
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    Looking through your letter:- Do you have lease agreement or proof of living togather, also photo copies of drivers license, for both of you, with similar address. Social Security Cards for both of you. Since u already have a DACA work authorization Card you would have had your SSC. Any form of pictures of wedding or travel. Vacation itinerary. Just to name a few of other things you can send.
  7. 04-11-2016, 10:32 AM#7
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    Did you have to fill the i765

    Hey I am in the same position as you and I seen that you already filled your papers did you need the i765
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