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I-130 Petition for Alien Relative x 1
Legal Permanent Residents and United States Citizens have the opportunity to apply for family members to come to the United States. With each status you are allowed to apply for different family members. Follow the chart to see what family members you can apply for with your current status: Family Member LPR U.S. Citizens Spouse Yes Yes Unmarried Child under 21 Yes Yes Unmarried child over 21 Yes Yes Parent -- Yes Married son or daughter -- Yes Brother or Sister -- Yes The I-130 Relative Petition is a three-part step process and it can take a long time. Appointment checklist: o Green card (proof of legal permanent resident status) or proof of US Citizenship o Texas ID card or driver’s license o Social Security Card o Address of Spouse or Child o Copy of passport of Spouse or Child, or one photo of Spouse or Child that clearly shows their face o Birth Certificate (of child if petitioning for child, of petitioner if petitioning for parents) o Marriage Certificate if petitioning for Spouse. Documentation of previous marriage/divorce if applicable. o Proof of Relationship (letters, money transfers, phone records) o *IRC fee: $255 per person (cash or check) + $75 if applying for spouse o USCIS fee: $535 per person (money order) It is very important that you keep all documents that show an ongoing relationship between you and your family member. Please bring these documents to your appointment.
I-131 Application for Travel Document (Refugee) x 2
For Refugee & Asylee Refugees/Asylees are subject to special rules for traveling outside the United States. If you plan to leave the United States, you must receive prior permission to by obtaining a refugee travel document. We recommend to file at least 6 months before travel. The travel document is valid 1 year. Appointment checklist: o I-94 card or Asylee Approval Letter o Green Card (if you have one) o Texas ID card or driver’s license o Social Security Card o Past Travel Documents (if any) o Know the following Information a. Countries intend to visit* b. Date of Intended Departure & Expected Length of Trip c. Purpose of trip o IRC fee: $150 (cash or check) o USCIS fee: See below (money order) a. 13 or younger = $105 b. 14 or 15 = $190 c. 16 – 79 = $220 d. 80 or older = $135 *You should NEVER travel to the country from which you claimed persecution in your asylum or refugee application Before your appointment, please call the embassy or consulate of the country you wish to visit. Ask them: 1. If they accept refugee travel documents issued by the US 2. If a visa is required 3. If so, what is the cost of the visa
I-90 Application to Renew/Replace Permanent Resident Card x 1
Permanent residents who have a regular Green Card can file Form I-90 for the following reasons: • Their card was lost, stolen, or was sent by USCIS but never received. • Their card was destroyed, partly destroyed, or mutilated. • There is a mistake on their card. • Their personal information, like the Green Card holder's name, has legally changed. • Their card expired or will expire in six months. • Their card is a prior version (it looks different than the Green Cards issued today).
I-129F K-1 Fiance x 1
Appointment checklist: o Proof of US Citizenship o Texas ID card or driver’s license o Social Security Card o Address of Fiancé o One passport photo of Fiancé o Birth Certificate of Fiancé o Any Divorce if previously married o Boarding Passes, Travel Itinerary in the last year o Proof of Relationship (letters, money transfers, phone records) o *IRC fee: $375 per person (cash or check) o USCIS fee: $535 per person (money order)US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY It is very important that you keep all documents that show an ongoing relationship between you and your family member. Please bring these documents to your appointment.