You should consult an immigration lawyer for specifics on any nuances you may be subject to - particularly whether you need to declare a new location before moving. But generally, residency is prospective and intentional, determined by the place you intend to reside going forward. You have a lease,...Read more »
I am an international student who has been in the USA for 5 years and I've been in a relationship for 6 years. We are planning to get married soon and therefore, start my process for the green card. I only have two semesters left to finish my bachelors, however, I wouldn't be able to pay... Read more »
You can apply for the green card but you are not put into another visa status while you wait. However, you do not accrue unlawful presence while you wait should your F1 visa expire or you fail to comply with the F1 requirements. In other words, you can stop attending school while your green card...Read more »
Your sister needs to hire an experienced family law attorney. If the child does not have a passport, the husband won't be able to take the child to India. If the child has a passport, the family court can require the husband to turn the passport over to mom. Best wishes!
More information is needed. A deportation order is final unless the case is successfully re-opened for cause or discretion. It never expires. You may be referring to a bag and baggage letter! The decision to disobey means that you are likely an alien fugitive.
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 »
You should ask an immigration attorney by calling them directly. You're asking a question, about earning income on a J-1, and something isn't quite adding up. An immigration attorney can straighten the question out for you.
You presented this legal issue about four times now and the analysis remains the same; anyone trying to marry anywhere in the United States or in a foreign country while being married to another person is committing an act of bigamy and polygamy and it’s against the law in the United States.
There are many things you can do even at this time, however, before selecting the most effective legitimate approach discuss your present situation with a licensed immigration attorney in person or remotely.
Well you could divorce that person who is trying to commit bigamy or polygamy which both are prohibited in the United States. BE as it may, you need to consult with a family law attorney of your choice regarding your immediate legal choices. Good luck to you.
He’s being charged with, illegal te entry. He had a bond hearing today. The judge told him, he’d be willing to give him a bond. Problem is, ICE would pick him up, and take him to another facility. What if, we tried again, but with agreement to wear a tether? Would that still cause, ICE to want... Read more »
Based on the information you have provided, you are requesting bond for a federal charge and there is an immigration hold. This being the case; if granted bond by the judge the inmate is transferred to ICE custody based on the immigration hold. The inmate is not likely to be granted bond by ICE or...Read more »
I applied for my N400 based on 5 years on employment based Green Card. I was interviewed the same day with my wife with different USCIS officer. My wife was given a RFE as she mentioned that we owe money to IRS, asking to provide evidence of payment and last 5 years of Tax documents. I was... Read more »
It is apparent that you both are handling personal naturalization matters without assistance of a licensed immigration counsel. Be as it may, your case shows as pending for one or another reason, as you stated.
You may inquire directly with the USCIS Customer Service Tier II agent to...Read more »
USCIS is asking to show how the degree is directly related to the job but we provided individual courses from my degree that I have used to perform my job duties with the initial petition. What else will be required to build a strong case to answer this RFE?
What would be the proper forms to fill out? For him and his wife? He left at the age of 15. Graduated top of his class from HS went onto graduating from College in Fire Science to be a fire fighter. He has ties to the local fire dept in which he will be living. And will be sworn in as soon as he is... Read more »
Unless your son took steps to make sure he did not abandon his green card, such as coming to the USA often over the years and paying his taxes when he became an adult, he may be considered to have abandoned his Legal Permanent Resident status. Gather up all his paperwork and find a lawyer on the...Read more »
Both are possible. However, there is a process that the company has to follow to do this under the immigration laws. Speak to them and ask if their lawyers and HR will handle it. For example, they have to prove that they have a necessity for your skill that no American worker has and that they have...Read more »
If your parents want to stay longer than their authorized period right now then they should consider applying to extend their status (form I-539). If they stay longer without permission they will start accruing "unlawful presence" which will have negative consequences for them. However,...Read more »
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