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i-130 q.14, date/place of admission or adjustment

Discussion in 'Family Based Green Card -Through Marriage/Relative' started by keechan, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. keechan

    keechan Registered Users (C)

    "Date and Place of admission for or adjustment to lawful permanent resident and class of admission"

    what should be written here? thanks for the help! :)
  2. playboy

    playboy Registered Users (C)

    It will be the port of entry (may be JF Kennedy Itnl Airport). And class of admission will be- Immigrant
  3. keechan

    keechan Registered Users (C)

    will the class be the 3-character class of admission? ex: he's an E35. or should we just put "Immigrant"?
  4. BigJoe5

    BigJoe5 Registered Users (C)

    If you are a greencard holder, look on your greencard for the information. This is where you entered for the first time on your Immigrant Visa or where you went through AOS based on an I-485.

    If you are a naturalized citizen, only complete it if you know the correct answer, otherwise, leave it blank, they will look it up based on your natz cert information.
  5. keechan

    keechan Registered Users (C)

    thanks BigJoe5- so it's the port of entry and date of entry. the date of entry matches (passport and greencard) but the port of entry is Detroit Metropolitan Airport and it does not fit in the forms anymore. Should we write DMA instead? And for the class, is it E35 or "Immigrant"? thanks
  6. Singh4US

    Singh4US Registered Users (C)

    You should use the three letter airport code for Detroit: DTW.

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