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Topic: Visa Bulletin did not retrogress in october   Go to last post
Posted: Monday, September 9, 2013 3:07:13 PM(UTC)
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Topic: Switching passports/citizenship while processing I-130   Go to last post
Posted: Thursday, June 20, 2013 2:45:32 PM(UTC)
Thanks for your post, Amazon!

For the cases who can file concurrently, they say the following -

Who can file concurrently?
Concurrent filing is allowed in the following instances:

  • Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens living in the United States
  • Most employment based applicants and their eligible family members when a visa number is immediately available
  • Special Immigrant Juveniles
  • Self petitioning battered spouse or child if
  • The abusive spouse or parent is a U.S. citizen, or
  • The abusive spouse or parent is a U.S. citizen, or
  • If an immigrant visa number is immediately available
  • Certain Armed Forces Members applying for a special immigrant visa under Section101(a)(27)(K) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA)Special Immigrant International Organization Employee or family member


Does this mean, being a LPR, I don't get to file or because the immigrant visa number is immediately available, I still get to file concurrently?

If we can apply for I-485 in parallel, then as soon as the priority date becomes current and we get approved, USCIS will start to process I-485. That means the only wait time for us will be the time it takes for USCIS to provide us the conditional green-card document. Is that right?

With the F2A cases becoming current, at that time (or before) if we have I-130 filed, would it be a matter of getting an approval? There's no wait time involved. Is that right?

Appreciate your response!

HR
Topic: Switching passports/citizenship while processing I-130   Go to last post
Posted: Thursday, June 20, 2013 8:56:57 AM(UTC)
I have LPR status and I am in the process of applying for I-130 for my spouse. She has an Indian passport currently and is in the process of obtaining Singapore passport. Does switching the passports or citizenship while I-130 application is in the process going to affect the dependent/conditional LPR application process?

Also, if we file for I-130 and when the F2A category becomes current in the next few months (as per July Visa Bulletin), are we going to be able to apply for I-485 right away? Could you please elaborate on the F2A becoming current? Thanks!
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