Quisiera tener una constancia de concubinato para regularizarme migratoria. Mi pareja es mexicana y llevamos 5 años viviendo en el mismo lugar. Solo que en Puebla (Puebla) no está disponible este trámite, y pues es el lugar donde resido. ¿Puedo solicitar este certificado en un juzgado civil?
I applied for n400 about a year ago and got denied on grounds of not being in the same state with my husband. We were both in school then. Now graduated and living together happily and wanting to reapply again. Any advice will be great
You may reapply for naturalization in the United States filing a new form N-400 but I strongly suggest you do not do it on your own and consult to fill out prepared the form and submit all the bona fide proofs of your current marriage with a licensed Immigration Attorney.
Relinquishing one's Lawful Permanent Residency status in the United States is a very significant legal step and should be only completed after fully understanding all legal ramifications of that action. It would be prudent to consult with a reputable licensed immigration attorney as that...Read more »
Warrant was found, and no outside indication that the guest was even there. Room is searched, guest gets charged with everything in it despite the occupant being on probation and having an ankle monitor which was also a present violation as the person the occupant wasn't to be around was in... Read more »
No. After 18 you are legal adult and no one parent has any right to cancel your passport. If they persist call the police, as they have no right to conceal a legal US Passport from its holder for any reason, or go ahead and apply for a new one.
I am from India I have a priority date of EB2 Nov 29th 2011. I downgraded and filed my Concurrent AOS application ( I485+ I140) in August 2021 in EB3 category. My I140 in EB3 was approved in October of 2021. My application was in Texas Service Center and Texas service center is very slow and... Read more »
You have an investment visa, that means that you have to create and submit legitimate sufficient financial means or funds to qualify for such. Any of such investment Visa require a licensed attorney to submit review and file everything correctly. You would be in the best position to seek an...Read more »
You will be able to amend your submission at the interview, however, take notice that any omission or discrepancies may raise certain rebuttable presumptions that may complicate your final state of the application.
If there is a pending criminal case the judge may order a defendant to surrender one's passport. Secondly, a minor under 18 may not request one's passport for any reason from one's custodial parents or legal guardians.
i was 15 when i got the charge and i am now 18. the requirement says, “They must comply with all federal and state laws, pass a criminal background check” would i fail the criminal background check or does that only apply to felonies?
If you have a personal criminal record it will show during any state or federal criminal background check. Look into a possibility of expunging it under the state law if legally applicable with a local licensed attorney.
My son is in a local jail, last Thursday February 10th he was beaten by five officers for a substantial amount of time he was beating about the face and head numerous times. He was denied Medical Care until the 5th day and then they allowed him to get X-rays, however, they will not release his... Read more »
You should have retained an experienced criminal defense attorney first day he was criminally charged. If you are indigent he should have requested a Public Defender counsel at no charge first time he was in front of the presiding judge.
The removal proceedings in the U.S. Immigration Court are administrative proceedings by nature, thus, in my opinion you cannot legally compel anyone by a subpoena to testify on the qualifying marriage validity as it is not a criminal case.
However, there are other legal alternatives to...Read more »
My wife and I dated back home, and she moved to the US. We later got married, and I joined her in the US in 2018. We have two daughters together. Marriage has been a lot of arguments. Threw me out some times, but I refused to leave. She left house with the baby and wants a divorce. She even left me... Read more »
The rule of initial engagement with any law enforcement officer or detective during any investigation stage must be the same: one should never discuss anything that may potentially incriminate or implicate that person with anyone without a licensed criminal defense attorney present. Never....Read more »
stamp in my passport, the Change of status was approved (From an F-1 visa) and everything looks good. I'm also waiting for a decision on my Asylum application (immigrant visa). Waiting for the last interview.
The company that I work for requires some international travel and there is... Read more »
Leaving the United States with a pending asylum status will place that pending case in jeopardy. Also, even with an H1B visa the pending asylum case will trigger a dual immigrant intent. A foreign travel is not recommended.
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