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SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION FOR THE I-485 APPLICATION TO ADJUST STATUS

FROM I-130 PETITIONER:

  1. Full Name and address and telephone number;
  2. Photocopy of Marriage Certificate;
  3. Photocopies of Federal Income Tax Returns for 2008;
  4. Photocopies of W-2 Forms for the last 3 years (2006, 2007, and 2008);
  5. Letter from current employer confirming employment with job title, date employment commenced, and salary. The letter must be signed and on company letterhead;
  6. Evidence of U.S. citizenship: photocopy of U.S. birth certificate, U.S. passport, or Naturalization Certificate;
  7. Photocopy of termination decree for past marriages (if not in English include certified English translation), if applicable;
  8. 2 passport-style photographs;

FROM THE FOREIGN NATIONAL/BENEFICIARY:

  1. Completed Immigration Questionnaire from the Beneficiary (see email for link);
  2. Photocopy of long-form/unabridged birth certificate (if not in English include certified English translation). The birth certificates need to reflect your parents’ names;
  3. Photocopy of termination decree for past marriages (if not in English include certified English translation), if applicable;
  4. Photocopies of all passport pages with biographic information, renewal, visas, entry/exit stamps;
  5. Photocopy of the front and back of white I-94 Arrival/Departure Record Card showing most recent entry into the United States;
  6. Photocopies of all Form I-797 (Notice of Actions) and/or Form I-20 Student and/or OPT Employment Authorization Documents evidencing past visa status in the United States for each applicant t, as applicable;
  7. Sealed Medical Examination Results from one of the Immigration-approved Physicians listed on the USCIS’ website found at https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=offices.type&OfficeLocator.office_type=CIV. Each applicant will need to make an appointment with one of the doctors listed, and take the Form I-693 and Immunization Supplement Form for the doctor to complete. Please do not open the envelope. We will submit the sealed envelope together with the requested forms and supporting documentation;
  8. 6 passport-style photographs [2 photos are needed for the I-485 Adjustment of Status Application, 2 photos for the optional I-765 Employment Authorization application, and 2 photos for the optional I-131 Advance Parole Travel Document application]. You should confirm with your immigration attorney to make sure that you are eligible to travel outside of the United States without affecting your application;
  9. If you were arrested for any reason, please obtain court-certified documents of the arrest and disposition and immediately notify our office by phone/email and send us copies by mail. Failure to do so may affect the processing of your case;

FROM BOTH INDIVDIUALS (if based on marriage):

  • Photocopy joint lease or mortgage identifying names of both individuals;
  • Photocopies of joint bank statements identifying names of both individuals;
  • Photocopies of utility statements identifying names of both individuals;
  • Photocopies of insurance (auto, health, life) identifying names of both individuals;
  • Photographs of the wedding and other events as a couple and with family / friends;
  • Photocopies of any other documents showing a bona-fide marriage; and
  • Immigration filing fee checks payable to U.S. CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICE (do not abbreviate) to cover the applicable immigration filing fees:
    1. $1,010.00 for each I-485 green card application including employment authorization and travel document
    2. $1,000.00 for each I-485 Supplement A
* Please note that you and your spouse should maintain a folder containing the original Marriage Certificate, Birth Certificates, Divorce Certificates/Decrees (if applicable), Child(ren)’s birth certificates (if applicable), valid Passport, W-2 forms, U.S. Federal Income Tax Returns (Married Filing Jointly status), and any additional documents showing a bona-fide marriage (see list above). You will be required to present the information to the USCIS Officer at the time of your scheduled interview.