- Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record (you may submit this form together with Form I-485 or later, such as by mail when we request it or in person at your interview, if any);
- Certified police and court records of all criminal charges, arrests, or convictions regardless of final disposition (if applicable);
- Form I-601, Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility (if applicable);
- Form I-212, Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal (if applicable);
- Documentation of past or present J-1 or J-2 nonimmigrant status (if applicable), including proof of compliance with or a waiver of the 2-year foreign residence requirement under INA 212(e)
- If you currently hold A, G, or E nonimmigrant status, include Form I-508, Request for Waiver of Rights, Privileges, Exemptions, and Immunities;
- Form I-566, Interagency Record of Request – A, G or NATO Dependent Employment Authorization or Change/Adjustment to/from A, G or NATO Status (only if you have A, G, or NATO nonimmigrant status); and
- Form I-485 Supplement A, Adjustment of Status Under Section 245(i) (if applicable).
- Note: Certain forms, including Form I-485, have a filing fee. You must submit the correct filing fee for each form unless you are exempt or eligible for a fee waiver.
If you are the spouse or child of a U.S. citizen’s immediate relative, you must independently qualify for a Green Card and file your own application. You cannot qualify for a Green Card as the derivative beneficiary based on the immediate relative’s application. As an immediate relative, you may file your Form I-485 together (“concurrently”) with the Form I-130, Petition for foreign Relatives filed on your behalf, while the Form I-130 is pending, or after the Form I-130 is approved (and remains valid).
Over the years, the Law Offices of Prashanthi Reddy, PLLC, an NYC-based immigration law firm, has submitted many family-based immediate relative applications. That’s the reason why we can foresee problems and provide appropriate advice at the right moment. Because a lot of our work at the Law Offices of Prashanthi Reddy, PLLC, is family-based immigration, we are in a unique position to advise our clients on best practices at the time of submitting family-based green card applications.
For more information, contact The Law Offices of Prashanthi Reddy at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 212-354-1010.