The only problem is that I was laid off in January 2022. I’m still looking for a job. Can I still sponsor both my parents without earning an income right now or can any friend/family help sponsor them?
As a U.S. citizen, you can file the FORM I-130 for each of your parents. If your parents lawfully entered the U.S. then the FORM I-485 can also be filed with USCIS. The U.S. citizen petitioner will have to also file the FORM I-864 with the adjustment of status process. If your income is...Read more »
I've recently got divorced in Wisconsin which requires a 6-month stay to remarry. Since then I have moved to Iowa that does not have those restrictions on remarrying. I have met a girl in the Philippines while visiting there and we have been dating every since and want to get married. Since I... Read more »
You must be unmarried to be eligible to file the FORM I-129F petition to begin the process for the K-1 fiancée visa. After the petition is approved by USCIS and the K-1 visa is issued by the U.S. consulate and your fiancée enters the U.S. you can then marry. This process will generally take more...Read more »
Hi I am working as a senior engineer in a reputed company on H1B with a approved i140. It came to my notice that layoffs are imminent in next few months. I started interviewing and cleared a technical manager position interview in another company . Is there any challenge with my immigration H1B... Read more »
Antes de todo es importante consultar con un abogado con experiencia para comprobar que eres elegible para aplicar para asilo político. Después de aplicar se puede pedir un permiso de trabajo 150 días de haber presentado la solicitud. Si podemos ayudar con mucho gusto estamos disponibles.
My husband is a permanent resident and I'm out of status. He is very verbally abusive. We were married for 3 weeks and I left after being suicidal and over dosing on sleeping pills. He always uses my immigration status to "get me in line". Threatens to divorce me and tells me that he... Read more »
In light of the information that you have posted, I highly recommend that you visit with an experienced and qualified immigration attorney to obtain personalized guidance. The expert advice and guidance by such an attorney will certainly improve your chances of success.
An interview by USCIS is required in most cases involving the filing of the FORM I-485. USCIS in their discretion can waive an interview. This can occur in cases involving an adjustment of status based on a relative petition filed by a U.S. adult son or daughter on behalf of a parent. Interviews...Read more »
This is her second visit to the US(she came here before on 2016) . I am US Citizen and I applied I-130 for her online. Her stay will expire next month and I want to extend her stay. I am a single mom, working full time and all my family is... Read more »
As a U.S. citizen, you can file the FORM I-130 on behalf of your child who resides in Costa Rica. Upon approval of the petition by USCIS then the case will be routed to the National Visa Center and ultimately to the U.S. consulate in San Jose. After the immigrant visa is issued to your son and he...Read more »
You did not provide sufficient details in your posting. If you are a U.S. citizen you can file the FORM I-130 on behalf of your parent. If your parent is not inadmissible for any reason and has lawfully entered the U.S. then the FORM I-485 can be filed with USCIS.
I was a PhD student and I forgot to file my 2019 taxes as I finished my program and went back to my home country. I decided to apply for a research position so I filed my 2019 taxes late (2021). Will that jeopardize my chances to obtain an H1B visa? The 2019 taxes have been received by the IRS
Compliance with U.S. federal tax laws is mandatory and is based on self assessment and reporting. Your immigration status or lack thereof does not negate the applicability of the Internal Revenue Code on individuals working and residing in the United States. In your case, you may be subject to...Read more »
Your parent's impediments for traveling abroad and back to the U.S. are not going to be obstacles for you unless your parent acquired the immigrant visa by fraud and you derived your status from your parent.
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