We do not have original copies of the forms we submitted to USCIS, however, should we refill those forms out to bring? They would not exactly match the ones we submitted though and the date wouldn't be right.
It’s great to hear you're preparing for your adjustment of status interview. While it's always best to have all of your original documents with you, don't worry if you don't have them all. Just take what you have available with you to the interview. The USCIS officer...View More
Rise and shine, Texas! I agree with Mr. Mejia. To be a supporter for a named beneficiary in the US, the supporter must be a US citizen, national, lawful permanent resident, have a lawful status in the US, pass security and background checks, and demonstrate sufficient financial resources to support...View More
You may apply immediately. Submit all the documents USCIS requested. If you have a criminal history or other negative factors that may affect your naturalization application, make sure to consult with an immigration attorney.
The Cuban Reunification Parole Program requires that applicants have a sponsor in the United States who agrees to provide them with financial support for the duration of their parole in the United States. The sponsor shall file Form I-134A on behalf of a beneficiary.
My husband & I are estranged; & filing joint tax returns while we await our final divorce hearing. Multiple times my husband & his divorce attorney have demanded I sign the final page of returns for which no tax worksheets were ever provided. Recently I discovered on my online IRS... View More
Hello Long Beach Resident! As a student, you are exempt from the substantial presence test. You should not count days when you are an exempt individual for the substantial presence test calculation. Refer to Publication 519, US Tax Guide for Aliens at...View More
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