I've been in a relationship with a man from the United States who will visit me in Greece and intends to live with me. But the problem is that we're both men, and in my country, it's illegal to marry somebody of the same gender. Is there any possibility we may marry and I receive a... Read more »
A US citizen can sponsor you for a fiance visa and you can process at the US consulate in Greece. US recognizes same sex marriages. You should discuss your case in detail with counsel before taking any legal steps.
I am a citizen of USA and his 2 daughters, I need to have him here to help me with our daughters, especially our little one who has a medical condition, I have been struggling to get someone to help me with this
I'm a spouse of a US citizen and I got refused at my interview at the US embassy because me and my husband are first-cousins and marrying first-cousins isn't allowed in the state my husband lives in (Arizona).
Keep in mind we didn't get married in Arizona. We didn't even... Read more »
You should retain counsel to explore the possibility of filing a 601 waiver application. In some circumstances the government may Grant a waiver of this rule against cousin marriage based on the unique facts of your case.
Depends on what J1 visa you have. Some are subject to the two-year home residence requirements, where you have to return home for a two year period. If you do not have this condition, then most likely you can adjust status after marriage, as you entered the country with legal permission. However as...Read more »
recently, at a bar, I was randomly accosted by a drunk patron whom I didn't know. the bouncer quickly intervened and asked us both to leave. rather than argue, I complied and began walking towards the entrance. right as I was in the doorway, the bouncer suddenly grabbed me by the shoulders and... Read more »
Yes in addition to committing a crime, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the bar establishment. You should contact the police department and they should take a report, and then you should contact counsel here in Florida about filing a lawsuit if you suffered personal injury. Now if you have...Read more »
New update on my situation. So a worker I hired to paint my house got bit by my chihuahua shitzu mix dog is from Another country, doesn’t have a green card and is here on asylum. Would they still be able to file a lawsuit against me?
Yes, I am a 30 year old man who has been married to a 65 year old woman who is a very successful financial advisor for around 2 years now. On March 20th of this year, I immigrated to the United States. She is also my sponsor to the United States. As I arrived in Utah, United States where she is... Read more »
Hello, so we hired a painting company to paint the inside of our house. My wife advised them that she would be working from home in the bedroom and our chihuahua shitzu mix dog would be in there with her. Later in the day when taking the dog outside, my wife got distracted and the dog ran upstairs... Read more »
So a homeowners insurance policy should be reviewed to determine if that policy provides coverage for a dogbite. Some homeowners policies exclude dog bites, so you should start to find out right now if you are covered. As far as selling the house no it will not affect the insurance coverage on this...Read more »
No he cannot throw you out instantly. Because you have been there that long, even though you have not signed a lease, you are still considered a tenant. As a result, he can only force you to leave after an unlawful detainer action has been filed and adjudicated by the court.
If you have evidence that a party has been involved in a heinous crime such as murder, then you need to contact the federal Bureau of investigation immediately. You can Google the FBI field office in your city or locality, and you will get their phone number, so that you can make a phone call right...Read more »
Once the petition is withdrawn or canceled, the case is as good as over. If the petitioner changes his/her mind later on, it will not be easy to revive the case. A new petition will most likely have to be filed, resulting in more delay since the case will have to start over from the beginning.
I plan on filing a petition for my parents. However, I am afraid that it might get denied because of my work history. I haven't had a long term job for the past two years because I move from one job to another multiple times. Will USCIS consider my work history as a factor of approval?
A US citizen sponsoring his parents for permanent residency is required to file an affidavit of support that meets the necessary income threshold based on his household size. If you do not meet that threshold, you can engage a joint sponsor who can.
I want to go to college to become a criminal lawyer, I’m not sure how to start preparing since I’m only in middle school. I very good grades and I’m advanced in all of my classes. Do you have any recommendations for colleges or tips on how i can prepare for my future career.
If you have physically met your fiancé within two years of filing your case, you can sponsor her and her daughter for green cards and they can process at the US consulate overseas. The process takes roughly about a year or a little bit less before she can enter the country with her K visa along...Read more »
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