Allen C. Ladd's answer Should be easy. Go to uscis.gov/forms and enter I-765 and keep clicking until you get to instructions page. Or go to uscis.gov and enter search term "DACA" and keep going and you will find the I-765 category. Offhand I think it's (c)(33) by the way, but DON'T take my word for it.
Allen C. Ladd's answer It sounds like they must return together, as the best option, if she were to be deported.
For now, suggest you find an immigration lawyer and arrange a consultation to find out what other rights the mother has. If, for example, the US father abused her, then she may be able to apply for permanent residence as an abused spouse of a USC. (As you may know, here in SC we still have "common-law marriage" which does NOT require a marriage ceremony ... and USCIS will honor state law on...
Allen C. Ladd's answer Your better option is to apply for an H1B visa, based on the I-797A approval notice. Then, you will be able to bypass the change-of-status delay and re-enter the USA as an H1B worker.
This answer assumes you did not violate your H4 visa status prior to leaving the USA, for example working for the employer "as if" you already had the H1B C/S approved.
Allen C. Ladd's answer I don't believe the USCIS action has any effect on your B1B2 visa ... but you will have to answer questions on arrival, clearing US immigration about the delay. You should be OK if you can convince them that, despite the short overstay period, you have no intention of overstaying this time. Best to bring with you proof of your work, etc. arrangements upon return to India ... with specific dates. Good luck.
Allen C. Ladd's answer As a green card holder, you are required to report all WORLDWIDE income. I agree with my colleague attorney Mulder, that you will need to consult with a tax specialist or accountant, about what this all means in your particular case.
Allen C. Ladd's answer No problems, but you need to get on it. You'll need to keep your PR status in shape as you are looking ahead to citizenship. BTW, once you file the I-90 to renew your PR, you will receive an I-797 receipt notice. You can typically use the I-797 as proof, to renew state benefits like driver's license.
Allen C. Ladd's answer This is a gray area. Send the death certificate with request for humanitarian review. Do this through an immigration lawyer. In any event, the Form I-864 Affidavit of Support by the petitioner (US citizen mother) will likely need to be replaced with the I-864 of another USC/lawful permanent resident (LPR).
BTW, this looks like an "F3" family-based 3rd preference case, USC parent filing for [married adult child + son/daughter-in-law and grandchildren] family unit. There is no "F7"...
Allen C. Ladd's answer Yes. You will be giving travel information on the N-400. This will include the first 3 months of your 4.75-year period. Be sure, now, to stay in the USA and in the same city, state where you are now, for at least the next 90 days.
Allen C. Ladd's answer So you need a new German passport, right? You will need to contact the German embassy (Botschaft) in Manila. Here is their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/germanembassymanila
I don't know about overstaying in the Philippines, but I doubt it will be an issue for the country you wish to travel to. (I'm guessing it is Germany but it shouldn't matter. Philippines immigration issues don't follow you to another country.)
Allen C. Ladd's answer Those are your two options. If you marry here, she can stay and you both will file applications with US immigration. She will have to remain in the USA for 4-6 months, until she receives permission to travel. After about another 2 to 6 months, you will have an interview at the local USCIS office (Phoenix, perhaps), and if all goes well she will receive a 2-yr green card. Good luck!
Allen C. Ladd's answer I suggest you keep googling for TX and LA DMV record info. You may need to have official DMV records on the speeding violations, for your natz interview. Go ahead and complete the form -- and note that YES, you were CITED and you were CHARGED and your were CONVICTED of a CRIME ... even though speedking tickets are low-level criminal offenses. Also if you even spent an hour in jail (not likely but possible) you must answer the question below those questions, YES you were in jail for __1__ day...
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