What documents do I need to send with i130?

What documents do I need to send with i130?

When you submit their forms, you must include: Evidence of your U.S. citizenship, such as a photocopy of your naturalization certificate or your U.S. passport; and. A photocopy of your original Form I-130 receipt notice.

What documents do I need to submit with I-130 for parents?

Proof of your U.S. citizenship, such as a state-issued birth certificate, a valid U.S. passport or a valid naturalization certificate. Your parent’s birth certificate. Your parent’s valid foreign passport. If you are petitioning for both of your parents and they are still married, a copy of their marriage certificate.

Is k3 visa faster than I-130?

Basically, Congress created the K-3 visa category as a way to get married couple reunited without having to wait through the lengthy marriage visa process. All of this should happen far faster than the lengthy processing time for the Form I-130 marriage visa petition.

What is the fee for i130?

The filing fee for Form I-130 is $535. The filing fee for this petition cannot be waived. NOTE: The filing fee is not refundable, regardless of any action USCIS takes on this petition. DO NOT MAIL CASH.

What do you need to know about USCIS Form I-130?

The U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident must prepare and assemble the following forms and supporting documents and mail it to the U.S Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS) with the appropriate fee. Remember that a separate Form I-130 must be submitted for each qualifying relative.

Where can I get an I-130 checklist for my spouse?

Upon completing the petition on CitizenPath.com you will receive a more detailed I-130 checklist of items to submit with the spousal petition. The personalized instructions are based on your answers in the petition.

What do I need to file an I-130 petition in Japan?

U.S. citizen petitioners must come in person to submit all forms and supporting documents in the order listed below. All Supporting Documents must be originals (bearing an original seal, stamp or signature of the office of record), plus one photocopy of each. English translations of all foreign language documents are required.

Do you need translator to file Form I-130?

The translator must certify that he/she is competent to translate the foreign language into English. USCIS does not authorize the Department of State to accept a local filing abroad if the petitioner has already filed a Form I-130 domestically for the same beneficiary.

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