I have an approved I-130 petition with a priority date of Feb 2009. At the time of petition it was in the F2B category. In Feb 2012 we upgraded it to the F1 category. In 2014, after I got married, we thought we updated it to F3, but NVC does not have a record of it and they still have my old... Read more »
I was born here in the US and have undocumented parents that use a working permit(TPS) . I recently turned 20 and at 21 i'm planning to file papers for my parents. But I'm also in a relationship with another undocumented person that also has a different kind of working permit. I've... Read more »
As a US citizen, you are allowed to sponsor your spouse and your parents [when you turned 21]. You will be required to execute an affidavit of support to show you have the required annual income to support your household size including the person you are filing papers for. If your income is...Read more »
That turn 18 in September if I get my citizenship number let’s say I file for her citizenship on July i Heard the process takes 4 months but what if I filed before she turns 18 and then during the process she turns 18 will she get denied
The age requirement for filing for US citizenship through naturalization is 18 years. Your daughter must be 18 years at the time she files the application with USCIS. Filing the application before she turns 18 will lead to a denial and a waste of time and money. That been said, if you are lucky to...Read more »
If you are an undocumented teenager, not by choice, and you can't get a license to drive, how can you park at your high school? Should high schools in Tennessee be asking for driver's licenses? is there a legal way to fight this? This person just wants to be a normal teenager that drives... Read more »
The unlicensed teenager should be more concerned about been arrested for driving without a driver's license and insurance. If arrested by an officer of the law, his lack of immigration status in the US will become obvious and likely lead to immigration picking him up and instituting...Read more »
I recently visited usa to visit my boyfriend, the first customs gave me 3 months to stay, after i found another customs which to delete the 3 months and gave me just a week with NO COS NO AOS EXT (it thought I'll work and married maybe), I wanted to know when I can come back next time, I have... Read more »
I've tried to do the application for his replacement resident card without his alien number, but they rejected the application and told me to redo the application once I've obtained the alien number. I've looked up that I can do an foia request, but would I be denied since I'm... Read more »
Your daughter's father has the option of going to the local USCIS office to get that information or alternatively request his immigration file from USCIS based on FOIA and get the information from his immigration file. Good Luck!
I m just delivered a baby and I am changing my visa from husband to my company visa. But it is taking long. I m not able to wait for long till comes. Still visa in immigration process. Can I go to india while visa under process. It is emergency n I have to leave
The facts of your case as stated by you is not clear. If you have an emergency outside the United States and have a visa application pending with the immigration agency, it's in your best interest to schedule a consultation with an Immigration Attorney. The Immigration Attorney will be able...Read more »
What should I put on the I29 form for the k1 visa on beneficiary physical address in the last 5 years?
Hello my and my fiancee are ready to filling out the I29 form for the K1 Visa , on the section that they asking her physical address on the last 5 years I am not sure what to put , I met... Read more »
The question on the K1 visa application form is self-explanatory. It states "Provide your beneficiary's physical addresses for the last five years, WHETHER INSIDE OR OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES." This means all addresses within the last 5 years. Good luck with your case.
Whether you can successfully sponsor your child to obtain legal status in the United States depends on many factors. If your daughter is unmarried and under 21 years of age, you will be able to sponsor her for the Green card assuming you both meet all the other legal requirements. I highly...Read more »
From the facts stated by you, it is obvious your naturalization application was not filed based on your marriage to a U.S citizen. However, the basis upon which you got your Green card will come into play during the naturalization application process, and likely questions may be asked at the...Read more »
I have been a DACA recipient since 06/13/13. I have since then renewed my status accordingly. My current DACA status and Employment Authorization card expires on 03/01/19. Having said that, earlier this year, my husband and I got married. We both then filed for my green card (I-130, I-485, I-864).... Read more »
It's in your best interest to renew your DACA since there is no guarantee as to the outcome of your green card application or how much time it would take to complete the adjudication of your green card application. Also, bear in mind that even with the best intentions there are no guarantees...Read more »
Reapplying isn't the issue, but rather what will be the outcome if you reapply. Whether you will be successful if you reapply will depend on the basis upon which you are filing for the green card and if you meet the eligibility requirements. You may also want to ensure that the denial of your...Read more »
Hi, I am the spouse of an US citizen. I was until today on a F-1 student status. I had to take a break from my studies because my husband got a job in a different state and I went with him, therefore I lost my F-1 status. The information on USCIS website says that since I am a spouse of an US... Read more »
The general rule is that persons applying for adjustment of status in the United States must maintain their immigration status at the time of filing such application. However, there are exceptions to this rule. This means there are situations where non-US citizens are eligible to file for...Read more »
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