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Do I need cover letter for I485

Discussion in 'National Interest Waiver and EB1' started by NIW-2005, Oct 10, 2005.

  1. NIW-2005

    NIW-2005 Registered Users (C)

    Do I need cover letter for I485. or just put the required documents and that's it.
    if I should write one, is there any special format?

    thanks a lot for your help
     
  2. eb1doc

    eb1doc Registered Users (C)

    yup!

    see the format below

    U.S. Department of Homeland Security
    US Citizenship and Immigration Services



    Re: I-485 Adjustment of Status Petition Based on I-140 petition for EB1 Outstanding Researcher-Concurrent Filing.


    Petitioner: XXX
    Spouse : XXX


    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Please accept this application for Adjustment of Status.
    This application is submitted concurrently with I-140 application.
    Enclosed is the following:

    Form I-485 - you
    Form I-765 -
    Form G-325 -

    Form I-485 - spouse
    Form I-765 -
    Form G-325 -

    All required supporting documents are enclosed as well (kindly refer page 2).
    Please send all correspondence to the address below.


    Thank you,


    List of enclosures:

    From each petitioner XXX and Spouse XXX

    Documents are arranged in the Following Order

    1. USCIS Form I-485
    • 2 USCIS Pictures in the envelope clipped to the upper right corner.
    • USCIS check for $315 in the envelope clipped to the upper right corner.

    2. USCIS Form I-765

    • 2 USCIS Pictures in the envelope and clipped to the upper right corner.
    • USCIS check for $175& in the envelope clipped to the upper right corner.

    USCIS Form I-131

    • 2 USCIS Pictures in the envelope and clipped to the upper right corner.
    • USCIS check for $165 in the envelope clipped to the upper right corner.

    3. USCIS Form G-325-A (all four pages).

    4. Copy of I-140 petition for EB1 outstanding researcher – submitted concurrently by petitioner

    5. Letter from employer stating job title, dates of employment, salary and probability of future employment.

    6. Copy of birth certificate.

    7. Copy of marriage certificate (if applicable).

    8. Copy of US Visas from Passport.

    9. Copy of most recent I-94 arrival & departure record.

    10. Clear Color Copy of the Picture Page in the passport and complete passport.

    11. Copy of Identification proofs: Driver License, University I D.

    12. Copies of all I-797 INS / BCIS / USCIS Approval Notices.

    13. Copy of wavier certificate for two-year foreign residency.

    14. Completed I-693 and I-693 Supplement 1 Medical Exam from USCIS Physician
    in Sealed Envelope.
     
  3. dzxing

    dzxing Registered Users (C)

    to eb1doc

    Eb1doc --

    so you didn't include anything like I-134 or I-864 form (affidavit of support) for your spouse?

    I am confused as to whether it is required. Some people here send it and some not. The university lawyer says it is not necessary, even given that my wife is currently on H-4 here and does not work.

    Please let me know. Thanks a lot --

    /dzxing
     

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