I-130 and AOS
In today’s tip of the week, I’m going to talk about getting your green card through the I-130 form and Adjustment of Status.
The AOS Process
Let’s find out about the I-130 form and getting your green card with it through adjustment of status:
- It starts with the background check.
- Then, you need to gather your documents.
- Next, you prepare and mail the I-485, I-765, I-130, and I-45 package.
- USCIS receives the package and sends Receipts.
- Biometrics appointment
- Receive work permit
- USCIS receives package and sends Receipt
- Medical exam
- USCIS schedules and interview
- Receive green card
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I’m Andres Mejer. I’m an immigration attorney and immigrant. I came to the US from Chile as a child. I didn’t speak English and for a long time, I didn’t have legal status.
I know what it’s like to live in fear of being deported and even after I got my green card because I didn’t understand the immigration system, I almost lost it.
It was because of those experiences that I decided to become an immigration attorney, and it was due to that that I understood that education is your best tool.
That’s why I do these articles. I want you to understand the immigration system, I want you to get the legal status you want as soon as you can possibly can and I don’t want you to lose it.
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