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مراحل تغییر استتوس F2 به F1 داخل آمریکا

مراحل تغییر استتوس F2 به F1 داخل آمریکا

Required documents for change of status

•  Make a copy of your complete application packet for your records

•  Completed USCIS Form G-1145 (download )

•  Completed and signed USCIS Form I-539 (download )

•  I-539 filing fee – refer to here for the current filing fee

•  Copy of signed I-20 from the University of x issued for change of status

•  Proof of I-901 SEVIS Fee payment (pay the fee  )

•  Copies of financial documents (e.g., bank statements, scholarship letters, graduate employment contracts) showing adequate financial resources for full-time study and dependent expenses (if any)

•  Personal letter explaining why you are applying for a change of status

•  Copy of passport ID page (passport should be valid at least six months into the future)

•  Most recent I-94 record (print out )

•  Copy of most recent US entry visa (if applicable)

•  Copies of current immigration documents showing that you are currently in valid immigration status and will be invalid status until at least 30 days prior to the start of your F-1 program. Examples include but are not limited to the following:

a.  If you are currently in J-1 status, copy of your Form DS-2019 and evidence of current status, such as official transcripts showing have maintained full-time enrollment

b.  If you are currently in F-2 status, copy of your F-1 principal’s I-20, I-94 record, and transcripts showing that your F-1 principle is in valid F-1 status

c.  If you are currently in H-4 status, copy of your H-1B principal’s H-1B approval notice, passport ID page, and I-94 record

•  Copy of admission letter (if applicable – for newly admitted students) or  official transcript (for already-enrolled students)

Sample

 

زمان مجاز اپلای برای تغییر استتوس از اف۲ به اف۱ برای اف۲ ای که تازه وارد آمریکا شده:
 

This is exactly from the USCIS website: 3. The U.S Department of State’s 90-Day Rule

The U.S. Department of State (DOS) developed ​a​ 90-day rule ​to​ assist consular officers in evaluating misrepresentation in cases involving ​a person who ​​violated his or her nonimmigrant status or whose conduct is or was inconsistent with representations made to either the consular officer concerning his or her​ intentions at the time of the visa application or to the immigration officer at the port of entry​.​

 

The 90-day rule is not a “rule” in the sense of being a binding principle or decision​. ​A rule is simply an analytical tool that may assist DOS officers in determining whether an applicant’s actions support a finding of fraud or misrepresentation in a particular case. This DOS 90-day rule is not binding on USCIS. Officers should continue to evaluate cases for potential fraud indicators and, when appropriate, refer cases to Fraud Detection and National Security according to existing procedures.

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