1. Copy of approved I-140 Petition:
This is an essential document that provides evidence that the applicant is eligible for permanent residence in the United States through their employment-based petition.
2. Evidence of Qualifying Employment:
This includes documentation to prove that the applicant has been employed in a job related to their approved I-140 Petition for at least one year, such as pay stubs and W-2 forms.
3. Documentation of Relationship Status:
This includes proof of relationships with family members, such as birth certificates or marriage records, which are necessary to establish eligibility for certain visa categories.
4. Forms G28 and I-693:
These are official documents needed to represent the applicant before the USCIS. Form G-28 is for an attorney or accredited representative, while Form I-693 is a Medical Examination Report by a designated civil surgeon.
5. Proof of Financial Support:
This includes proof that the applicant has sufficient financial resources to support themselves and any accompanying family members in the United States, such as tax returns and bank statements.
6. Evidence of Education:
This can include copies of diplomas or transcripts from educational institutions, which may be necessary to demonstrate eligibility for certain visa categories.
7. Other Required Documents:
Depending on the circumstances and visa category of the applicant, additional documents may need to be provided, such as police clearance certificates and affidavits of support from relatives or employers located in the United States.