Q: What does the I-485 packet need to include when filing concurrently besides credit report and check?
Hi, me and my husband has attempted to send in our I-485 document twice now and have failed every time because of missing documents. We are filling our I-130 and I-485 concurrently. The I-130 has been submitted online and we are now trying to send in the I-485. Our I-485 packet now includes a check of $1225, I-864, I-797C, I-485, I-944 and the credit report of the beneficiary. My question is, what other documents does it need to contain? Do i need to submit my medical exam or can I wait to do this one? Do I need to submit any of the other forms with the I-485? Please help, we are desperate to figure this out! Thank you so much!
A: What forms you need to complete and file depends entirely on your situation. Without a full evaluation of the facts of your case it can not be determined.
You will find a list of documents needed at
USCIS.gov/I-485. Documents to support a bona fide marriage depend on your situation.
A: As stated in other replies, what documentation you need depends entirely on your situation. If your documents have been rejected twice now, it would be a good idea for you and your husband to work with an immigration attorney to ensure a proper filing, and proper supporting evidence.
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