I have obtained my green card through asylum but after when I got my green card situation in my country has changed against me so I traveled back in forth a lot Lets say in last five years I stayed in US for 7 to 9 months and went back stayed there for 6 months now Im thinking to apply... Read more »
Count the exact days you were out before you file. You may save time and money. If you apply under the 3-year rule, then you will have to have physically resided in the U.S. for a period of 18 months, and during this time never remained out of the U.S. for a period of greater than 6 month. . If...Read more »
I filed for annulment/divorce 2.5 years ago and I also withdrew my sponsorship. I am still going through the annulment/divorce so I called the USCIS to see if I am still being considered as a sponsor since I never received any confirmation of my withdrawal. I was informed that the application was... Read more »
It’s closed for all intents and purpose. However, either you are your wife can make a motion to reopen The case. But since it appears that you are the petitioner, you would not ask for the case to be reopened unless you reconcile.
The simple answer is yes. But if the undocumented person is out of status, he will have to consular process and will need a 601A waiver approved before he leaves for the interview. http://601waiverlawyers.com/indexm.php
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