I am in H1 and my husband is in h1 right now. He has filed for green card. So labor is approved. We are preparing documents for I-140 and I-485.
My question is: What kind of documents do I need to provide for any of these process(I-140 or I-485) to show my legal status in US?
Are they going to ask H1 copy + paystub? or just H1 copy?
Please let me know
You should submit your I-94, but you might want to have a paystub handy, just in case the USCIS requests this.
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At a minimum, I-94s.
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