Posted by: Rock-N-Roll March 7, 2015
Perm Approved, applying for I140 & I485, no passport in hand as applied for MRP passport
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My PERM got approved in 5 months as well.

uhi_kya... These are the documents asked I have been asked to provide:

• Letter from Current Employer (with jobduties, skills and salary)
• All Approval/Receipt notices incl. curr. & prev. from initial entry into US
• Latest i94 front page color (attached to passport); backpage b&w
• passport pages ( incl. blank pages )
• copy of SSN, EAD, if applicable
• Copy of recent Bank statements (3 to 6 months)
• Birth Certificate: If name and/or date of registration of birth not mentioned, get affidavits from two family members stating the facts of birth. A certificate of non-availability of birth certificate needed from municipality English Translation document (certified) is needed if birth certificate is in foreign language.
• Copy of the marriage certificate, in English
• Medical Examinations need to be done in the US where applying for adjustment of status, and in the home country where applying for consular processing. Relevant forms can be obtained from the USCIS authorized physician (sealed envelope)
• Eight (8) Photographs for each applicant (including EAD and AP )
• Letter from applying employer (if different from the current employer) stating the current position, duties, and salary [for both petitioner and beneficiary in family based petitions] or where both applicants are employed in employment based petitions
• Form I-864 (Affidavit of Support) needed for dependent(s) of principal applicant where principal applicant has an employment based Form I-140 approved
• Copy of U. S. Income Tax Returns for the 3 recent tax years, if an Affidavit of Support in Form I-134 is to be submitted for dependent(s). A copy of the W-2 for the 3 recent tax years is also required, as well as copies of 6 recent months pay stubs
• Evidence of continued valid status during the entire period of stay in the United States for the principal applicant, as well as for the dependent(s), regardless of any employment authorization document received. This involves copies of all visas, notices of approval for continued permitted status, and Forms I-94. Copies of all EAD’s are also required, if any.

If I-140 and I-485 applied together, health-checkup form and birth-certificate will be required as far as I know.
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