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Yes, a valid US passport is enough. Any one of the items is enough. See the I-130 instructions, General Requirements #3 (page 6): What documents do you need to show that you are a U.S. citizen? A. A copy of your birth certificate, issued by a civil registrar, vital statistics office, or other civil authority showing that you were born in ...


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The reason is that the Immediate Relative category (spouse, parent, or unmarried under-21 child of a US citizen) cannot have derivative beneficiaries, whereas all other family-based categories, as well as employment-based categories and the Diversity Visa, can have derivative beneficiaries. See 9 FAM 502.2-2(B)(d)(1): The INA does not generally accord ...


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The information that, after filing for an AoS you can't travel outside the U.S. is partially incorrect. You indeed need to wait until you have your Advance Parole/EAD card, when you have it though, you are able to come and go as you please. Please note that at the moment AP/EAD card is taking about 8 months to be approved. There are ways to get it expedited ...


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The passport number you put on the I-130 doesn't really matter. In fact, they are not required to have a passport to be petitioned. What matters is the passport they present then they actually apply for the immigrant visa.


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An NIN may or may not be important for an EEA family permit or a residence card, depending on the circumstances. In any any event, an NIN does not show that the person with the NIN is exercising treaty rights. For example, someone could have an NIN and then move outside the UK. They still have the NIN, but they're not exercising treaty rights. Similarly, ...


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However, it only shows processing times for employment-based cases Not family-based. How can I figure out how to find processing times for family-based file? After you select form I-485, you have to select a service center or local field office in the drop-down menu. You probably selected a service center, which does not process family-based I-485s. If ...


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If your spouse can claim a right of residence in the UK (e.g. if working in the UK), you also have a right of residence and are eligible for an EEA family permit. As parents-in-law of an EU citizen with a right of residence, your parents may also qualify, but only if they are dependent on you. Being a family member or a dependant of your parents will not ...


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Will we be allowed into the United Kingdom in February 2020 after the January 31st, 2020 official Brexit date? Yes. Under the withdrawal agreement, the UK will continue to participate in the free movement of persons during the transition period. In addition to that, you and your wife will be eligible to apply for the new EU Settlement Scheme. As a ...


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