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Thread: I-765 questions

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    Hello. I entered legally as a student and overstayed my visa and got out of status (2 years), now getting married to USC and filling 485, 765, etc. There are a few items on the form I am not sure about --

    Is -c-9- the correct 765 eligibility for me?

    Under Item #15 – Current Immigration Status – what should I write? I am out of status student married to a USC.

    Under Item #9 – "Social Security Number (include all numbers you have ever used)" – I have used two SS numbers, one was provided by SS admin and the other was not. Should I write down both of them?

    Should I mail both I-765 and I –485 in the same envelope together and that will be "evidence that my I-485 is pending"? Do I need to provide additional evidence for pending I-485, other than the form itself?

    Do we have to mail two separate money orders for each form or is it acceptable to have one money order totaling the two fees for both forms?

    Is there a preferred order by which we should stack the forms and documents to be mailed in the envelope? Is it recommended to use staples or paper clips to group a form and its accompanying documents? Should we place the photographs (2 for 485 and 2 for 765) in 2 separate wrappers inside the main envelop? Do we need to write personal info on the back of the photos?

    Do all accompanying copied documents (I-94; last EAD) have to be notarized?

  2. #2
    Hello. I entered legally as a student and overstayed my visa and got out of status (2 years), now getting married to USC and filling 485, 765, etc. There are a few items on the form I am not sure about --

    Is -c-9- the correct 765 eligibility for me?

    Under Item #15 – Current Immigration Status – what should I write? I am out of status student married to a USC.

    Under Item #9 – "Social Security Number (include all numbers you have ever used)" – I have used two SS numbers, one was provided by SS admin and the other was not. Should I write down both of them?

    Should I mail both I-765 and I –485 in the same envelope together and that will be "evidence that my I-485 is pending"? Do I need to provide additional evidence for pending I-485, other than the form itself?

    Do we have to mail two separate money orders for each form or is it acceptable to have one money order totaling the two fees for both forms?

    Is there a preferred order by which we should stack the forms and documents to be mailed in the envelope? Is it recommended to use staples or paper clips to group a form and its accompanying documents? Should we place the photographs (2 for 485 and 2 for 765) in 2 separate wrappers inside the main envelop? Do we need to write personal info on the back of the photos?

    Do all accompanying copied documents (I-94; last EAD) have to be notarized?

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