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    Asylum Applicant`s spouse work permit

    I don't think you can get an EAD until your derivative asylee status is approved.
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    Can I File I 485 (Family Based ) after I 94 Expired ?

    You should be able to file I-485 now since you are in status now (before your I-94 expires). Note that having a pending Extension of Status does not mean you are in status.
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    Filing Tax Return from W2 as a non resident alien

    Did you maintain F1 status (remained in school in good standing in your program with a valid I-20 and did not work outside school, etc.) all the way up until you were granted asylum? In what year did you come to the US in F1 status?
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    questions about i-485 application as an Ashlee

    It should be yes for both questions. Neither of them affect your AOS based on asylum.
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    Adjustment of Status

    The I-485 requires the applicant to give a USCIS-approved civil surgeon an I-693 and the doctor fills it out once they are done with the medical and the test results, and returns it in a sealed envelope.
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    Adjustment of Status

    Also his I-94 and all current and previous I-20s, two passport photos of him, and his medical examination result in a sealed envelope.
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    MY N600 UPDATE INFORMATION

    I'm trying to figure out how you would have gotten US citizenship. Your father's physical presence in the US only matter if you are claiming to have been a US citizen from birth, because your US citizen parents met the conditions for transmitting US citizenship to a child born abroad at the time...
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    MY N600 UPDATE INFORMATION

    I don't think so. You need to provide the same evidence you would provide to prove your citizenship for N-600, to prove your citizenship to apply for a US passport. The evidence that you would need to provide depends on if you acquired US citizenship at birth from your parent, or derived it...
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    child protection act

    Nobody said CSPA applies only to the Immediate Relative category. CSPA provides a certain age adjustment for family preference categories (which includes F1, F2A, F2B, F3, and F4) but you have to understand what this age adjustment for family preference categories does. It subtracts the length...
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    child protection act

    The person's age is frozen the day of I-130 receipt only for children in the Immediate Relative category (i.e. unmarried under-21 children of US citizens), because a visa number is always immediately available. For all other categories, the age is considered on the day a visa number becomes...
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    Expired DL/Biometrics appointment

    No, sorry. I thought you were just getting a green card.
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    Father Not on My Birth Certificate and 212(6)(C)(i)/235(b)(1)

    That just means he was denied that time for failure to overcome the presumption of immigrant intent (the generic reason they use to deny visas or deny entry to nonimmigrants for anything they don't like). It is not a ban; it applies to that entry only. However, since he was removed (instead of...
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    Child born abroad to LPR father.

    She would file an I-130 petition to petition a relative (her child) to immigrate to the US, and then the child would go through Consular Processing to get a US immigrant visa. Yes, it would usually take at least a year until the child gets the immigrant visa.
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    Father Not on My Birth Certificate and 212(6)(C)(i)/235(b)(1)

    You can petition him without him being on your birth certificate. To prove a father-child relationship where you were born out of wedlock and you were not legitimated, you need to show a bona-fide relationship with your father before you turned 21. See 8 CFR 204.2(f)(2)(iii). If a ban is over...
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    Child born abroad to LPR father.

    No. Your wife will have to petition the child.
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    should we adjust the status?

    You, as the petitioner, must always submit an I-864 Affidavit of Support. His (the intending immigrant's) income can be counted in your household income, if he is working legally in the US. He does not need to fill out an I-864A.
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    Acquiring US citizenship after birth

    Was the agreement to provide financial support in writing and made before you turned 18? Was the acknowledgement of paternity made before you turned 18? If so, you have already acquired citizenship, and yes, you can just apply for a passport.
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    should we adjust the status?

    He can file I-485 (Adjustment of Status) during any month when the date on this USCIS chart is after his priority date (date when the I-130 was filed). For this month (Feb 2019), the date for F2A is in Dec 2017, so he can file his I-485 (and in fact he could have filed since last March). When he...
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