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Additional Instructions for Asylees and Refugees

The purpose of these additional instructions is to provide more specific information on each immigrant category. You must read the additional instructions that apply to your specific immigrant category as well as the previous main instructions for Form I-485. If your immigrant category is not discussed here, it is because there are no additional instructions for that category.

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If you were admitted as a refugee, you may be eligible to adjust status under INA section 209(a) once you have been physically present in the United States for one year after being admitted to the United States in refugee status and if your status has not been terminated.

Derivative Applicants

Refugee derivative applicants may file Form I-485 with the principal applicant or independently from the principal applicant.

Evidence of Financial Support

If you are filing Form I-485 as a refugee, you do not need to submit evidence of financial support.

Additional Evidence Requirements

As a refugee, you must submit evidence showing you meet certain requirements specific to this immigrant category. Therefore, in addition to the evidence listed in the What Evidence Must You Submit with Form I-485 section, principal and derivative applicants must also submit evidence of refugee status, such as a Form I-94 or a Refugee Travel Document (Form I-571).

If you are an asylee, you may be eligible to adjust status under INA section 209(b) if you have been physically present in the United States for one year after your grant of asylum, your status has not been terminated, and you still qualify as an asylee or the spouse or child of an asylee.

Derivative Applicants

Asylee derivative applicants may file Form I-485 with the principal applicant or independently from the principal applicant. However, asylee derivative applicants should submit proof of relationship to the principal applicant.

Evidence of Financial Support

If you are filing Form I-485 as an asylee, you do not need to submit evidence of financial support.

Additional Evidence Requirements

As an asylee, you must submit evidence showing you meet certain requirements specific to this immigrant category. Therefore, in addition to the evidence listed in the What Evidence Must You Submit with Form I-485 section, principal and derivative applicants must also submit evidence of asylum status (such as a copy of the asylum approval notice from USCIS or the immigration court order granting you asylum).

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