The issue is whether you previously were selected in the H-1B lottery. If so, you do not need to go through the H-1B lottery again. However, if you did not go through the H-1B lottery because your previous H-1B employers was cap-exempt, you will have to go through the lottery if you wish to work...Read more »
I am currently on L1A and my spouse L2 and living in the US. We have already submitted I-485, I-795 (work authorization) and I-131 (advance parole) for green card application. However we might need to travel abroad before our applications are approved. My understanding is that L visa holders do... Read more »
Our mom was approved for a green card at 2016. At the same time we(her children) were approved too even if we were in Africa at 2016. We started the process to move from Africa to Usa. And finally at 2018, we got a visa type YY to travel to USA. In 2020, We started the process to get our green... Read more »
I'm here in USA under F1 status and I'm living with my uncle who is a US citizen. He is unemployed so we are living in an apartment from the housing assistance program and we pay $200 in rent because I'm not a US citizen. 1.I will have an issue while adjusting my status... Read more »
My parents applied for asylum 9 years ago when we first came to the US. We came with visit visa and never left. I got married to a citizen and just got my green card. In three years I will be a citizen and my question is can I apply for my parents green card if they have PD? I need to learn if... Read more »
We signed paperwork with our finances 3 years ago. She is still waiting to go for her interview. ( She has been living in the U.S. since she was a child. She is in her 40's now) Now they are wanting out finances again. Can we change on minds to NOT to sponsor her? If so, can she sue us? For... Read more »
We screwed up everything. We married in Ohio while she was on her tourist visa and applied for a green card. She left a month later because of work troubles and I went with her. We told our last lawyer to cancel the forms. I have not worked in 5 months, but she makes enough for both of us, (She is... Read more »
There is no harm if he answers that he is a non-citizen. This does not means that he is undocumented and subject to deportation. Non-citizens include green card holders and persons who have temporary visas. Even some U.S. nationals are non-citizens.
My boyfriend is a alien. He's been in America for 2 years. We are wanting to get married soon but we are concerned because I have a criminal background and I don't want to set him up for failure when we are wanting him to become a US citizen. I have a felony and a recent misdemeanor... Read more »
I’m married with my US citizen wife about 5 years and planning to get her my home countries citizenship through marriage. is there any restrictions for US citizens to obtaining another countries citizenship through marriage ?
My 24 year old brother has illegal status in the US. He was brought over when he was a newborn. Been here all his life and has his GED. Has never committed a crime. Unfortunately, he didn't apply for DACA. Everyone in the family is a US citizen. Is there a way for him to obtain legal status at... Read more »
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