Yes, but things may not be as you hope. First, it is important to know the reason for deportation. If it is possible to somehow legalize your husband's status based on your marriage, it might be done while he is in the U.S., but perhaps not. Certainly, the deportation order itself must be...Read more »
Yes, you must comply with the California Business & Professions Code. I do not have the code section handy, but you can search Immigration Consultant requirements in California or perhaps Unlawful Practice of Law in California. Allan Lolly
There are some loopholes, but very few. Your case requires an analysis. Please go to this blog post and read very carefully. You can see whether you may qualify: http://www.1-800-usa-immigration.com/blog/2011/06/illegal-entry-%E2%80%9.... Kind regards, Allan Lolly, Immigration Attorney
Yes, but depending on whether your permanent resident green card is conditional. A conditional marriage green card is issued to a foreigner who is married less than two years as of the date of green card approval. If you have a conditional green card, you must apply to remove conditional status...Read more »
My family immigrated to the US back in 2003 we all had tourist visas, we acquired them back in 2001, they are now expired and of course i over stayed the 6 month allowed, i have now turned 19 and will graduate high school in a month, reality came and i realized the importance of being legal. How... Read more »
Yes, it is very possible to put you into status as a permanent resident based on marriage to your U.S. citizen fiancee. It will help to know your nationality and how you entered. If you still have your passport and entry stamps, please keep them in a safe place. It is a good idea to talk to a...Read more »
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