I applied for asylum and was to attend my hearing next month but i instead received a letter indicatin "motion to administively close removal proceedings"can i get work authorisation or travel documents while in this status?How can i benefit from this and for how long should it remain closed?
I was 4 years of age when I entered the US along with my mother. At that time she was eligible for a social and drivers license but she does not have a green card. She applied for refugee, there is a case number that was closed and she does not have a order of deportation.she said I was added to... Read more »
You may benefit under the new Deferred Action program. You may also be able to apply for a greencard based upon your marriage. You will need to provide more information regarding when and how you entered the US, and you will need to obtain a copy of your mother's asylum application.
My sister was a citizen of U.S.A, she filed my family petition in the year 2000 october. we are from india. we completed our formalities of DS 230 and AOS in 2010. but our visa interivew was delayed. we appeared for visa 1 month ago and we have been given this letter mentioning 221g . there is 1... Read more »
You will need to have as much prepared as possible to show the good faith relationship, the birth certificate for your child, and your intention to marry as soon as possible. You may be able to request sufficient time to prepare everything.
This will depend upon when and how he entered the US, how and when his parents entered, and if anything has previously been filed with the immigration service on his behalf. You may want to try www.aila.org for a listing of immigration attorneys. Once you marry you can file an I-130 immigrant...Read more »
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