Is it advisable for me to proceed with form I-485?
Excuse me, but this is an example of a question which provides no information to even try and answer it.
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Mr. Segal is correct ... you haven't given us enough information to enable us to even begin to venture a response.
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I agree with my colleagues - you're not applying for a library card here. An I-485 is an Application to Adjust Status. We're not sure if you're adjustable or even eligible for a green card. More information is needed.
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What was the basis for your application for a work permit? It obviously can't be on the basis of a pending I-485, since you're contemplating filing an adjustment now. Is your penidng work permit application based on DACA? Or some form of relief you applied for in removal proceedings?
Please provide more details about everything you've filed with USCIS or the Immigration Court to date.
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