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Marriage and status adjustment

My name is Andrea and I got married on March 26, 2021 to the father of my son who are both US Citizens, my husband by birth and my son born July 15, 2019 through CRBA in the US Embassy located in Bogota, Colombia.

We are currently in the process of filling out forms I-485 and I-130 to adjust my status, however since I entered the country back on October 2020 on my B1/B2 visa (as our plans at the time were to live in Bogota, Colombia but the pandemic has changed a lot our plans), we are in need of more time to fill out the forms and proceed with the adjustment of status, but per my I-94 im admitted until 04-18-2021. With this in mind today I filed an I-539 to extend my non immigration visa for a month while we are preparing the forms and getting my birth certificate apostilled. I already received the receipt notice, however since it is in a couple of days I wanted to know if I should leave the country if I don't have an answer before April 18.

I appreciate any information you can give us on this matter, we have been calling but can't get pass the machine to speak to a representative.

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