Discussion in 'Adjustment of status' started by Ron Gotcher, Sep 9, 2015.
Yes you can. It will likely be faster.
Yes, but medical results are a required item for the initial filing.
Yes you can.
The doctors will only perform medically appropriate tests, taking into account the condition of the patient.
Thanks Ron for the info .You told police clearances are required from all the places ( or countries not sure?) where we resided since age of 16 . I understand it will take at least 6 weeks to get the police clearance from India. So my question is how long will the dates will be current before retrogression ? Thanks for your time.
First, understand this is only required for consular processing, not adjustment of status. You can get a clearance from you nearest Indian consulate in about two weeks. You need clearances from COUNTRIES where you have lived for six months or more since age 16.
Yes Ron I understand the police clearance (PC) is required only for CP .We lived in India till 2007 .So I am sure we require a PC from India via our consulate in US . Their website says it may take upto 6 weeks to get the clearance from India. Also confirm we have to get the medicals done only overseas (India) and get the EAD from Mumbai Consulate ? Once again thanks for your time .
Ron : I found below from the link kkrun gave earlier .
Timing of the Submission of the Medical Examination Report
The medical examination report may be submitted to USCIS:
•Concurrently with the immigration benefit application; or
•At any time after filing the immigration benefit application but prior to the adjudication of that application; if not filed concurrently with the immigration benefit application, USCIS encourages applicants to wait until USCIS requests the medical examination report before submitting it.
So I am confused now whether it is required at the time of initial filing or we can wait for RFE and provide later on?
Follow Ron's suggestion about filing medicals with the initial submission. You dont want your RFE to hold your GC approval.
but, you cant have EAD or ease of travel when you decide to do via CP, correct?
Guys, sorry I sound ignorant - can anyone shed light on CP in a few lines? reading online is just raising more questions for me...
What additional documents are needed if regurgitation of birth certificate has not been within one year ?
Go through this - http://www.imminfo.com/visa/consular-processing
In another thread I saw all past years W2s are needed as supporting documents...could you pls shed light on as how many years W2s are needed..if it's one of mandatory docs for AOS can it be added to main list of documents in this thread?
I have question on birth certificate.
Both my parents names in my birth certificate has first name & initials instead of full name, but my passport has their full name.
I see that we need to provide two affidavits that clarify the issue. Can affidavits from Parents on stamp paper be sufficient or we need some other supporting document.
Thanks for your help on this.
is this format acceptable:
Mr.John Doe is a full time employee of ABC since DD/DD/DDDD.
His annual salary is xx,xxx $
John is responsible for the operations of ABC's ERP system as well as functional responsibility of ERP Manufacturing Module.He will be responsible for system maintenance,data quality,security and research and will also provide innovative solutions to maximize the benefits of ERP.
His Job title and duties will be the same as listed in the underlying approved labor and I140 petition for this fulltime permanent position.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding Mr.John Doe's employment with ABC,please contact us at 999-999-9999.
That should be OK
That will work.
The I-485 form on the USCIS website has already expired (6/2015).
Do we continue using it?
I thought USCIS published the new form.
Yes, you may continue using it until the post the new one.
Separate names with a comma.