I’m able to get a Portuguese passport could it be possible to self deport get my Portuguese citizenship and come back once a while to visit family and friends? Or would there be a problem since I had show illegal entry to the states before. I would like to add I was brought to the states when I... Read more »
Voluntary departure won't change the fact there was overstayed or authorized stay that triggered immigration bar. But depending on your circumstances, there could be waiver available to you. You should definitely consult with an experienced attorney.
I had Green Card but was not living in the USA. When I came in December 2017, I was stopped by CBP at the airport and after lots of paperwork and hours, got a Parole Card and documents related to Removal Proceedings. I was given a NTA that said that date, time and place were "to be... Read more »
Will my husband be able to come here while we do this ? The i-130 and other documents are paid for and already approved. we are awaiting interview with the consular office but we would like to switch to AOS. Can he come here and start this process?
I have a Florida DL for more than 35 years, Had a green card, broke the law and now have an Order of Supervision indefinite. Each year I report to ICE, apply for EAD renew and than get DL. I know the law chances all the time but since COVID. I sent for my EAD back in March 2020, still have not... Read more »
What documents are required in order to renew your license is a question for the DMV. Your EAD may be automatically extended based on USCIS actions taken during COVID. More information is needed. I suggest you consult an experienced immigration attorney or do your own research and/or contact the...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?
On spouse beneficiary.. i tried $400/$500/$550 and got rejected but someone told its free all you need is to send it with i-485 receipt but I didn’t receive one, I received that they will need me to submit i-693 form(medical exam) when they send me an interview for i-485 .. what should i do ??
You need to talk with an attorney ASAP. It sounds as if you are being rejected because something is missing. Don't submit a fourth time without at least talking with a lawyer who can look at all the documents and your specific situation. Justia has a lawyers directory and so does the American...Read more »
Can I apply to AOS on regards of winning DV Lottery 2021 and my number being current starting June 1st 2021 when I entered as a tourist and now my status is Asylum Pending (which is not a status)? I was 3 months and a half without a status before I applied to political asylum. I will apply this... Read more »
My husband and I currently live in Florida. He is here with a work visa and I’m with a spouse visa and we’re in the process of getting our green card but we do not have it yet. Can we file for a divorce in Florida? Or do we have to file in our country where the marriage took place?
I am a US citizen and we are planning to get married soon. She is Japanese and will be. Oming to visit in July, we talked about the viability of getting married while she’s here but we want to know if she specifically needs a fiance visa to enter and get married. We’re planning a trip back to... Read more »
Hello. You run the risk of her being accused of entering with the sole intent of getting married when you petition for her. The customs and border officer will ask her the purpose of her visit when she comes on the tourist visa/visa waiver. The answer will be recorded and stored. The fiance visa is...Read more »
I do not think you can adjust your status if you entered via Visa Waiver Program. You will have to go through consulting proceeding to receive your permanent residence status after your I-130 is approved.
I never received the letter and NVC terminated the case. My brother has been in the US since 1990 and does not need a visa. But the application for adjustment of status says he needs to attach a copy of approval letter to his I-485 application.
This is mostly an immigration question. In terms of the family law aspects of same, seeking emancipation is not a given at age sixteen. There is strict criteria and it is very difficult for a court to emancipate a child under the age of eighteen. If you have an immigration attorney, please...Read more »
Now that he is a widower and had been divorced from my mom for our 30 years, do I still have to show proof of marriage to my mom, divorce from my mom, marriage to his deceased wife, and her death certificate? Please let me know which applies and which does not apply. Thank you
I'm a US citizen. I've submitted an I-485 adjustment of status family-based for my wife on August 11, 2020. We've got the I-797C notifying me that process is in course at the National Benefits Center. I haven't heard from USCIS since then. We haven't even gotten the... Read more »
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