I am trying to file for a K1 visa. It states that I need certified copies of police and court records of any offense I was arrested for. When I was a teenager I was arrested for petty theft. I was put into juvenile diversion and did not have to appear in front of a court. The records have been... Read more »
After they revoke his visa 2 years latter I applied for him again to bring him to USA from Afghanistan after his interview his visa revoked 221g administrative process. Will they use my old case and letter to denie his visa this time ?
My wife is a USA citizen and she was USA citizen before our marriage. we are married for 15 years and we have two son and both of them are USA citizens. i have been to USA 4-5 times in last 6 years in Business and travel visa. We were settled outside usa and now want to move to USA. I have few... Read more »
My partner is puerto rican and she was married to a man who did not have documents. She filed for residency and then years later she was divorced. Now we are together and my visa has expired. We have a child and plan to marry but I would like to know if her previous filing would affect me when she... Read more »
Seems like you understand the problem. Since your green card was based on asylum, and your asylum application was based on your fear of persecution in your country, if you now return to your country for your grandfather's funeral, your green card could be revoked and you may never be allowed to...Read more »
He was never given any information about where to call to attend in court and he got his license in 2015. When he leaves to Juarez for his interview will they dig this up and deny his petition? He has no other arrest than a dui in 2009. He completed work release and court probation.
He is refusing to give her a divorce stating that the conditions for divorce (she has filed a few cases against him on domestic violence) will make him ineligible for a Green Card. his claim is that if he agrees to her terms on a Compromise for divorce in India, her cases against him, which are in... Read more »
Same consulate, Same type of visa, couldn't attend with the first visa due to exceeding the time given (issued the last day of the deadline), got new admission at another place just after just 2 month of the first visa and again under administrative processing, Both cases asked to fill DS5535 form.... Read more »
You need to get your deportation case reopened which you may be able to do under last week's Supreme Court decision in Pereira v. Session. Then, if entered the US lawfully, you may be eligible to adjust your status to permanent resident without having to leave the US.
Employment Authorization on 2006 for one year and I had to renewed on 2007 then they called us for an interview on Sept 2007 and my wife couldn't take a day off work and on Oct 2007 I had to leave u.s for an emergency reason in my home country and I didn't file for travel doucment to reentry to u.s... Read more »
I'm a 23-year old male whose I-485 was denied on the grounds of "not taking action after turning 21" (unsure of specific wording), while the rest of my family was approved for theirs. My lawyer told me there's precedent for my case where others have had their I-485 denied as well, and most of them... Read more »
I withdrawn my marriage based n-400 after more than a year pending, but i haven't received acknowledgment from USCIS that they consent to the withdrawal. I would like to refile now based on 5-year rule? Can i do that in the current situation? i have no criminal record
Yes, you can. To be eligible for naturalization, you must:
Be a lawful permanent resident of the United States for 5 years, or 3 years if married to a U.S. citizen for a minimum of the 3 years (although there are certain exceptions to this requirement for persons who have honorable service...Read more »
Dear sir, My name is xxx im 37 years old Egyptian working in Kuwait as Health insurance executive married to 33 years old registered nurse from philippines and I have a six years old boy. 3 of us have a tourist visa to US. And we would like to stay permanent ( LEGALLY) in US. There is any way,... Read more »
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