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Thread: ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS

  1. #1
    I filed my 485 to adjust my status in March 2010. My father a U.S citizen filed my petition. I live in upstate NY. I am FB-1 my pirority date was reached in Febuary 2010. My girlfriend a citizen is pregnant and wants to marry before child is born in October.
    My question is if I marry(July) before I am interviewed will I have to cancel my petition and start over or could my original petition (unmarried son of a citizen stands.

  2. #2
    I filed my 485 to adjust my status in March 2010. My father a U.S citizen filed my petition. I live in upstate NY. I am FB-1 my pirority date was reached in Febuary 2010. My girlfriend a citizen is pregnant and wants to marry before child is born in October.
    My question is if I marry(July) before I am interviewed will I have to cancel my petition and start over or could my original petition (unmarried son of a citizen stands.

  3. #3
    No, you don't have to. But your wife can sponsor you was well. And you mean F1 catagory. Or are you under 21?

  4. #4
    Thanks for your reply. You said no I don't have to can you expand your answer? I am over 21.

  5. #5
    You can chose who will petition for you. It is easier to go with a wife.

  6. #6
    I'm not sure, but I think there could be a problem if he marries and tries to stay under his dad's petition. Isn't that what happened to the Phillipino couple in Pennsylvania? They were approved on the assumption they were still single, but they were actually married when their petitions were approved.

    Anyway, I would discuss this with a lawyer and not rely on advice from a discussion forum. Good luck.

  7. #7
    Marries and gets adjustment of status based on marriage to USC. Pretty simple.

  8. #8
    ooooohhhhhhhhhhh what a tangled web we weave... GO ARIZONA!!! GO JAN BREWER!!! enough bull already.

  9. #9
    Imagine withdrawing your I130 (FB1) while everything has been worked out well for you considering you are still single and u are just green for obtaining your PR. Having said that, I would never ever gonnna jeopardize this and deal with uncertainty where your neck will be hanging on your GF thread as she can easily fcuk the **** out of your life during the first 2 years which is basically your Temporary Green Card. Go ahead and do it but dont say you haven't been warned. Now, she is so sweet to you basically because she need to register the baby by your name and bust you with fcukin child support or criminal record if u refuse.

    Now, why i am saying all this, its because u have and u must be the person who decide the option, your best bet is finish up with your I130 throgh your parents and let your GF wait, so wut if she register the babe by her name?

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