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 RFE on I485 for Evidence fo lawful admission.
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Posted on 06-28-20 1:21 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I have received an RFE for Evidence of lawful admission asking for i94 and evidence of maintaining lawful status on my I485 application.I had already sent them those documents not sure why they are asking again. I have never been out of status and have maintained TPS after entering US in advance parole. Never failed to renew TPS till it was extended automatically. I am not sure why they want the same evidence which I have already sent. Has anybody here received similar RFE, if so how did you respond and what were the results could you please share.

Any idea or suggestion will be appreciated.
Posted on 06-28-20 9:54 AM     [Snapshot: 103]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Is US Citizen sponsoring you? Did you at anytime enter the US without inspection? Did you enter in Transit visa at anytime? Which state do you reside? If you are absolutely certain you have sent all evidence, it helps to send a cover letter mentioning officer might have inadvertently missed the evidence in support of admission and legal status and that you are resending them. People tend to incorrectly assume that they have sent everything needed, make sure you are not doing the same.
Posted on 06-28-20 11:02 AM     [Snapshot: 168]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I have seen user posting in tracitt getting a direct denial. Any else had similar experience or their TPS status adjusted to Green Card. @hawagiri02 When did you file? Which service center? Eb2 or Eb3? Previous status?  
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Posted on 06-28-20 12:34 PM     [Snapshot: 221]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I filed last year on 2019 July i140 and I485 concurrently got RFE on I140 sent and later got it approved then received RFE for I485 on June 2020, I filed on eb2. I have never entered US illegally or have resided here like that. I was in f1 previously and later changed to tps as i entered US on TPS advance parole. Application is at national benefits center,MO. Not sure why they are asking same evidence again.
Posted on 06-28-20 2:21 PM     [Snapshot: 274]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Was there any gap?
Posted on 06-28-20 2:49 PM     [Snapshot: 286]     Reply [Subscribe]
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If you mean gap on F1 no. I completed my F1 status after coming back on Advance parole. I have heard that if you are on TPS your residence may not be legal on all states is that true ? Has anybody faced similar situation ?
Posted on 06-28-20 3:09 PM     [Snapshot: 300]     Reply [Subscribe]
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There are cases here in sajha too where they were able to do adjustment.
Posted on 06-28-20 7:57 PM     [Snapshot: 400]     Reply [Subscribe]
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When you post your issue in Sajha, people can advise/recommend based only on a few lines that you have written. We do not get to see the entire picture to give you an accurate assessment.

My suggestion would be to contact your immigration lawyer who has been working on your case. They should be the one who can give specific advise related to your case and situation. While its extremely helpful to learn and gather information from other people's experience, legal advice should come from your immigration attorney.

I personally know many friends and relatives who was in F1, then TPS, then GC.
Posted on 06-28-20 9:04 PM     [Snapshot: 439]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Appreciate all of your inputs. From the post I am not really looking for legal advice just wanted to see if anybody has been through similar situation and take some reference from them.

Thank you.
Posted on 07-04-20 1:25 AM     [Snapshot: 846]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Had exact situation, sent again, every legal docs, all I94s, I20s, OPT eads, TPS I797s and EADs, H1B i797 and a letter showing timeline of all those showing no gap and claiming continued legal status. Make sure your medical exam form is within deadline of initial filing, there is certain month validity, I learned it hard way during my interview, only reason, I did not got approve during the interview itself but got approved after doing the exam again and sending the recent form. Also got asked a gap in legal stay but explained about automatic extention of EAD when extention is filed while awaiting decision.

Regarding sending docs again, seems redundant but just make sure you do not miss any and have attorney draft summary letter explaining the timeline. Hope this helps.
Posted on 07-04-20 2:14 AM     [Snapshot: 868]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thank you for the info @tuke123. Will make sure about that.
Posted on 07-04-20 2:45 AM     [Snapshot: 870]     Reply [Subscribe]
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"Make sure your medical exam form is within deadline of initial filing, there is certain month validity,".
Can you explain little bit more on this. Thank you.

Posted on 07-04-20 3:11 AM     [Snapshot: 884]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Man, you asked this a week ago and still have not responded to uscis? You gotta act quick buddy, especially in these critical times. Make sure you file every piece of information correctly. Good luck.
Posted on 07-04-20 7:48 PM     [Snapshot: 1052]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@Hawagiri02 Basically this means since Nov'18 they made policy where after doing I693 medical exam, it needs to be submitted within 60 days to USCIS, just make sure if it was filed within 60 days. Not to be confused with two year validity of exam once it is submitted to USCIS within 60 days. Excerpt "USCIS is now requiring I-693 medicals to be filed within 60 days of the date the Civil Surgeon signs the medical exam".
Posted on 07-06-20 11:04 PM     [Snapshot: 1361]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks for adding your story.
Im on the same page. was in f1. went to tps and waiting on Eb2.
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