My conditional green card expired on January 20, 2022. USCIS sent me a I-797 notice of action and the received date by USCIS was also January 20, 2022. Was my removal of conditions done on time or will be considered late filling?
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.
You must have either a sponsoring family member or a sponsoring employer or a few other very narrow categories to qualify for a green card in the USA. If you do not have these options you most likely cannot get a green card. The process can be time consuming. If you go to the USA without proper...Read more »
I would retain a criminal defense attorney as that crime of moral turpitude will negatively affect your H1B visa and it will be cancelled. The defense counsel once retained could request a hearing and amend that criminal charge to a non CIMT (Crime of Moral Turpitude charge) misdemeanor. Once...Read more »
I am a moroccan student who studies in france through a staying permit and came to the US as an exchange student. I lost my wallet including my staying permit in the united states. So I applied for a visa to go back to france on the 5th of november. My us visa ended on the 17th of december and I... Read more »
It is unfortunate, but losing visa documents can prove devastating. It seems that you have chosen not to leave, so you have fallen out of status. The longer that you stay, the less likely that you will be able to return. Your U.S. visa may be eventually be canceled or revoked.
You can bring her here on a fiance visa. That visa allows her to come here and you can get married within 90 days. You complete the various paperwork necessary for the application and submit it to USCIS and she gets an interview at the consulate in her country when the application is approved. At...Read more »
You did not say what the mistake was. If it something that you have the correct document to prove what you say, prepare to take it to the interview. When you go to the interview you can also indicate that such and such was a mistake. Some mistakes can be explained easily. Others need much...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.
I am a naturalize citizen. I am on food stamp and medicaid and I am also going to college and receiving financial aid. Will any of those things be a problem for me? I know the USCIS website said the medicaid and food stamp won't but I'm not sure if the financial aid will be a problem. My... Read more »
I got married in 2010 and I had my 2 years gc in 2011. Filled i751 in 2013 and got divorced (after a year) in 2014. My case was pending over 3 years then I recieved a letter from uscis for more proof of my marriage. I sent them everything I had I added my divorced letter.
Yes. She should be ready to prove to the border patrol officer that her visit to the US is only temporary and that she intends to return to her home country because she has strong ties there (ex: job, family, real estate, financial obligations, etc). Best wishes!
No attorney will guide anyone remotely by way of a remote paragraph to handle such a complex issue as an adjustment of status for an immediate foreign national family member without any review and knowledge of the matter.
As soon as USCIS issues a file #, your husband becomes a C-9 beneficiary. He can be present in the US until USCIS adjudicates the I-485. There are 2 final outcomes: Either the application is approved and he receives the green card. Or if it is denied, he could leave the country or appeal.
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