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All the forms are correct. And you should do the I-131 because it is included in the price of the I-485.
For question #16 of the I-765, the I-765 is based upon your new I-485 that will be filed at the same time, not based on your A-3. So the answe is (c)(9).
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Thanks for the information.
I have another question about the I-131.
We are planning to travel in the next year. We don't know exactly when that will be. How does this form work?
What section I have to fill in if my wife and I want to go to Bali?
I am on a A - 3 visa untill the end of 2013. Can I use this visa to re enter during the green card process?
Thanks for helping me out.
States department tell me now that I do not need the I566. Is that possible. I have an A3 visa and married to American wife.
This is what they told me.
I was advised that you don’t need to submit the I-566s for Mr. xxx He needs to go through the process of changing his status to permanent resident. Once he obtain the “Permanent Resident” card from INS, that’s the time to notify the Office of Protocol by providing the Form DS-2006 and a copy of the greencard.
Can you tell me if this is correct? I have been waiting for 3 weeks now to send the application,. I was waiting for the I566.
that is exactly what they said. I am very confused. Maybe they don't know where they talk about.
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