State Dept. clarifies number allotment process
Not sure if this document was discussed in the forums elsewhere. (If it was, please link it in this thread and close this thread)
Does anyone understand what they mean by "Applicants entitled to immigrant status become documentarily qualified at their own initiative and convenience."
Does it mean that ppl file I485 at their own initiative (but thats not true since we cant file it until numbers are available), or does it mean that we should call USCIS and pester them and ask them "Is my application documentarily qualified ?"
Is that the same state as "preadjudicated" ?
Isnt it weird that AOS is the last group of people who get assigned numbers ? "CIS requests visa allotments for adjustment of status cases only when all other case processing has been completed."
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