my i 130 is approved on my wife petition i-130 for me but for i-485 file lack of evdince i have to made fraud doc proof and unfortunatly they caught,i wanna do refile with waiver so they can forgive my mistake do i need to do only i-485 again or both file do it again
if i do only i-485 then how long it takes to get my interview
Better be real this time around.. Yes, you will have to file a brand new I-485, as well as request a Fraud Waiver of both inadmissibility and removability.
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You need to hire a lawyer to file the waiver. Most likely the I-130 approval is still valid.
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File a new I-485 with a waiver. Waivers can be complicated, so definitely talk to an immigration lawyer.
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