Yes. It getting divorced will affect removing the condition on your green card. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney as soon as possible. If you can't afford a consultation, some attorneys offer limited free consultation. You can find an attorney here on Justia.com,...Read more »
If you are a permanent resident then you can travel internationally without the need for any other permit. You must have a valid passport from your country of origin and the valid green card at the time of travel. Best wishes!
Your husband would not be included in the friend's household size unless you and your husband LIVE with the friend/joint sponsor or the friend/joint sponsor claims your husband as a dependent on his taxes. Best wishes!
I have H1b visa but due to Covid I haven't been able to change the visa on my passport from F1 to H1b, but I have the I-797A approval notice for H1b. I'm wondering if that will be enough for applying for marriage green card. Thank you.
More information is needed to answer your question. Best to do a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney because they will have many questions before they can give you an answer. Best wishes!
So my wife the beneficiary have a 2 part first name. I accidentally put just one part of her first name on the i130. It’s approved and send to NVC. I want to get it corrected I have all the supporting documents. Would I have any issues getting it fixed.
You had to have submitted copies of your wife's birth certificate and other documents containing her name as part of the I-130 so it is surprising that USCIS did not reject your I130 Petition or issue a request for evidence regarding your wife's name. Are you sure you omitted the name...Read more »
I’m sponsoring my wife. We have our interview coming up in a few weeks. My income is above the 125% of poverty line I filed all my taxes even 2021 is filed but I have past due taxes from years ago. Does the USCIS verify if taxes are paid or just filed. Thank you.
USCIS does not verify if taxes are paid by the sponsor, only that they are filed. However, if the fact that they have not been paid does come up, it may put into question why the sponsor cannot pay taxes due to IRS but expects to be able to support another person's daily needs/expenses. USCIS...Read more »
I will be getting married October of 2022. I'm on section 8 but I also work. I understand there's a minimum level of eligibility of income to sponsor an immigrant spouse. I may be eligible. I understand I have to petition. Will I be able to sponsor my spouse without loosing my Section 8... Read more »
I am an international student who has been in the USA for 5 years and I've been in a relationship for 6 years. We are planning to get married soon and therefore, start my process for the green card. I only have two semesters left to finish my bachelors, however, I wouldn't be able to pay... Read more »
You can apply for the green card but you are not put into another visa status while you wait. However, you do not accrue unlawful presence while you wait should your F1 visa expire or you fail to comply with the F1 requirements. In other words, you can stop attending school while your green card...Read more »
You may be asked by the Border Patrol officer to address whether you have abandoned your residency in the US and/or wish to formally do so but regardless of that as long as you are able to convince the border patrol officer that you are entering the US for recreational purposes and intend to return...Read more »
I’m a green card holder , and I would like my friend to come from Syria to visit me for few months I we’ll definitely cover the entire trip costs, over there in Syria they can apply for tourist visa it’s hard over there can I send him an invitation?
You can send your friend a completed Affidavit of Support that he can present at the Embassy during his tourist visa interview. But more important than your Affidavit is that your friend prove to the officer at the Embassy that he has sufficient ties to his home country that he will return from his...Read more »
I’m currently a Conditional Permanent Resident and when filing our joint tax return, my wife and I can claim certain Tax Credits such as ‘Earned Income Tax Credit, and ‘Child Tax Credit’ on our Federal Tax Return, as well as very similar Tax Credit on our state return based on... Read more »
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