PLEASE i want to know if theres any probem for me with my petition i was married twice before from american citizen person;i was married in good faith my both marriges end due to speciic reasons .now i meet a good man by chance he is american citizen as well he wants to file a fiance visa for me... Read more »
Yes, you will most likely face some problems getting a fiance visa again considering both the previous marriages were to U.S. Citizens. Talk to an immigration attorney in private to find out what other options you might have in this situation.
What is your fiance's immigration status? if your fiance has a valid immigration status he/she might be able to help you obtain legal status in the U.S. When you say you are undocumented do you mean you entered without documents or you entered legally and overstayed? If you entered legally you will...Read more »
My Grandmother is a u.s citizen she filed for my mother in 2010 (F1 family preference) my mother's petition was approved, I would like to know if me begin her son, if I would be a beneficiary for a Green card also, I am currently 25 years old and I am concerned about the age out factor, and if so... Read more »
He is located in Alabama and I'm in Jamaica. We would have known each other almost a year. I've spent a week with him in his country as i have my tourist visa. We initially planned to have me visiting when I'm on holidays (I'm a teacher) but there is only so many times they will allow you to travel... Read more »
The best way to go would be to get a fiance visa, but it might be difficult since you both have known each other for only an year as you mentioned but with the help from the right attorney you might be able to get the visa and add your daughter as an dependant.
I am 15 years old, & I lived in the US for 4 years with my dad's work visa, but he was sent to Japan to work there, so I had to move there with him. I loved the environment & my friends in the school I attended, so I want to live in the US and attend there again, but they don't approve any student... Read more »
At 15 years old it is not easy to get a visa of your own to travel by yourself. The only option I see for you is becoming an exchange student if your school allows that program. Talk to your DSO and find out.
I'm doing a petition for my husband he live in Dominican Republic, my brother is a truck driver, He is paid by check, have more than 10 years working in that company and dont have any depend, he also earn good money, he fill out every year his taxes but because he dont have any dependent the... Read more »
You should talk to your school DSO about this. In most situations a COS petition would be enough but it may be different in your situation. So get in touch with your school and get your questions answered.
If he has proof that he was born in the U.S. he might have a chance at getting citizenship but again it might take years for him to get approved. Talk to an immigration attorney in private to talk about this situation in more detail.
I been in the U.S for 20 years, i currently hold DACA status. My mother is under a special protection. My sister just became Citizen and is planning on petitioning my mother and I. However, we are not sure if my sister should be petitioning me directly since we have heard it takes years... OR if we... Read more »
If your sister petitions you it is true it takes years, if you wait until your mother can petition you it also can take years as you said you have already been in the U.S. for 20 years. I suggest you talk to an immigration attorney in private to find out if there are other options for that are...Read more »
They will have to leave the country. The child can only help their parents' after turning 21. If the parents' country allows dual citizenship, it is in the best interest of the parents to register their child as a U.S. citizen and also get a U.S passport.
Yes you will be able to help your spouse become a U.S. Citizen but it take atleast 4 years. She will first become a permanent resident and then apply for citizenship 3 years later. Talk to an immigration attorney soon to get started with the procedure.
The Question No 3) This is an extraordinary inquisition. I have heard that F-1 holders can be self-employed and can start their own business on OPT but the work should be related to a degree they have earned. My uncle has 5 Franchisee Food Business in the USA so what if I received Bachelor in... Read more »
For investors visa you will have to invest atleast $500,000 in a U.S. company and have 10 full time employees. If your uncle will be selling the stores to you, you will have to provide proof that you have paid your uncle the money to buy those stores. In the U.S. everything is accounted for so you...Read more »
The Question No 2) After OPT period I planned to continue my education and joining four years US Institution and earned Bachelor Degree in DIFFERENT MAJOR WHICH IS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THAT IS NOT RELATED TO STEM. After that, I will again apply for OPT. So during that time can I eligible to... Read more »
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