If you already submitted your forms, USCIS will likely mail you a Request for Evidence (RFE), which will request a completed and signed Form I-130A. At that time, you should comply with the instructions in the RFE.
I am a single mom of my 4 year old daughter. I have been solely responsible for her care and upkeep since her birth. Her father refused vehemently to be part of our lives and to be listed on the birth certificate, so space for father was left vacant. I intend on relocating to Canada with my... Read more »
My friend is pregnant and is a resident of Japan. The father of the baby was in the US Navy and was stationed in Japan but recently got out of the military and is now back in his hometown (Glasgow, Kentucky). He refuses to acknowledge the baby and has since blocked my friend (and her friends) in... Read more »
A joint sponsor is someone who is willing to accept legal responsibility for supporting your family member with you. A joint sponsor must meet all the same requirements as you, except the joint sponsor does not need to be related to the immigrant....Read more »
While I understand that this act has not passed either the House or the Senate as of yet, and as such is not yet law, I do not understand the fundamental differences in the 6-year LPI status vs. the current specifications of the Green Card. To my understanding, both LPI status and a Green Card... Read more »
The best way to explain the proposed "Legal Prospective Immigrant" (LPI) status is to first view the definition of the term " Prospective". "Prospective" means "expected or expecting to be something particular in the future".
Congratulations on your future marriage! Yes, it is possible in most circumstances, for you to stay in the USA and apply for a marriage based green card. The process is discussed in detail on my website:...Read more »
So the most common and expeditious pathway that you can pursue is a fiancée visa. If your girlfriend is overseas, and you have physically met her within the last two years, then you can sponsor her for a K visa. After she immigrates on the fiancée visa, she can adjust status to get her green...Read more »
They allowed a white male underage to come in, she asked to check my id and I showed her my american visa and she said no. I asked why she had a problem and she said I need a ky id but I can’t I’m a immigrant. She then proceed to threaten to call the cops. I’m feeling so humiliated, I... Read more »
While filing for my marriage base green card, I realized that I sent an outdated version. I have yet to receive a confirmation that they have received the paperwork but wanted to know if there were a way to fix this without having to pay for the paperwork again. Is there a number to dial so that I... Read more »
I am currently getting ready to file for a K1 visa for my fiance. I have not found anything online that tells me a definite answer on this. I have a CCDW and own multiple guns. I am located in Kentucky.
Check with your state for exact requirements on these activities. Go back to the CCDW people, they may know. I expect that AT LEAST permanent residence is required. Your fiancée should have PR about 6 months after wedding and filing application for PR and interview at USCIS. So that may help...Read more »
She can adjust status to obtain her green card but if you married her within 90 days of her entering the states with a tourist visa then expect enhanced interrogation at your green card interview as to her true intent. Consider working with an attorney to help you. Counsel anywhere in the USA can...Read more »
Page 8, Part 6 of the I-485 asks to indicate the total number of all living children, which includes stepchildren … my wife, who is my sponsor, has 3 adult children from previous marriages. Technically, they are my Stepchildren, but they are already US Citizens by birth. How do I proceed with this?
So my H1 visa has been expired and we have applied for extensions after few days! N I got my receipt for new extension. So there’s 15days gap between expiry and new receipt date. While I didn’t work in this 15days, I started working after I got my receipt. But while my h1 extension is under... Read more »
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