My husband's H-1B got approved recently. His firm didn't apply for my dependent visa along with his H-1B. So I would like to apply for COS to H-4 right now as I will be out of status on Oct 1, 2018. But my COS application from F-2 to F-1 is pending from 6 months. So, can I still apply for... Read more »
If you continue to work full-time for your H-1B employer, you can also start a company as long as you do not take a salary from your company and you remain within the jurisdiction of the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. Please see...Read more »
IAM IN BETWEEN OF THIS H1B PROCESSING, BUT MY EMPLOYER IS ASKING ME FOR APPLYING GREEN CARD, CAN I START IT OR DO I HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL MY H1 IS APPROVED? AND ALSO I APPLIED FOR OPT STEM EXTENSION AND WAITING FOR ITS APPROVAL
i have b1/b2 valid untill 2026. i landed in usa in jan 2017 and got married to US citizen and applied for my Green card. we got seperated before my GC was approved. and now i am divorced and my GC petition is withdrawn by my Ex husband. i moved back to canada in october 2017.
If you are still a full-time student, you can return on an F-1 visa. However, depending on when your H-1B employment is supposed to begin, this may create confusion at the port of entry. Speak with the attorney who submitted the H-1B petition on your behalf.
I am a naturalized US citizen and am currently visiting my immediate family in Burkina Faso where I am originally from. My brother applied for a US visitor visa and is told by the US Embassy on 6/22/18 that his request is denied due to code 214(b). My brother stated the embassy told him I have... Read more »
I entered the USA on a K 1 visa in January 2017. I married my spouse in February of the same year and applied for my I 485 in July 2017. Now I want to abandon my petition and return home to the UK. Will I receive a 3 or 10 year ban for a visa overstay?
I worked in the US for 10 years under TN and H1B visas and acquired 40 Social Security credits. My daughter is a US citizen and has petitioned for permanent residence for myself and my wife. I do not require financial sponsorship and will file a I-864W waiver document. Will my wife be able to use... Read more »
My mother and I are both currently living in California. My mom is a US citizen. She applied family based immigration for me in 2016. I was married by the time she submit the petition, and we received the receipt for I-130. However, I now divorced and my marital status is single. About a month ago,... Read more »
If you are planning to go abroad to apply for an immigrant visa, and the visa petition has been approved, submit your request to the National Visa Center. If you are going to adjust your status to permanent resident in the US, submit your divorce decree together with your application for...Read more »
Me and my family have just got our Family Immigrant Visa and we would be traveling US for the First Time, but my question is can I travel US alone because I study in USA or is it compulsory to travel with my whole family?
Hello I am a PR who has been living in Virginia since 2015. I have never left the country. I received a DUI in 2012 since then i have 5 speeding tickets. 1 in 2015, 2 in 2016, 1 in 2017 and 1 in 2018 that is pending in the court. My DUI had no aggravating factors, it was a simple DUI but I refused... Read more »
hi i came to USA on C1/d visa . could not join the ship .l stayed on land and applied for asylum .now it is more than one year i am waiting for interview .but due to my nad health i want to go back to home country .how can i do that ?will USA allow me leave ? what is the procedure ?
Since last year I have been studying in USA, but currently Im out of US for my vacation. Me and my family are sponsored for US immigration in which we will be getting a Green Card in the next month. It will be the first time for my family to visit US. My question is that will my F1 visa be expired... Read more »
He moved to the US three years ago without acquiring proper paperwork. Is there a way for him to file for status in CT and not have to leave? My mom has since become paralyzed and needs his help to get around.
Confusing question. Is your mother a US citizen? Does she live in the US? Will they be willing to resume their marital relationship and begin living together? If the answer to all of these questions is "yes", your mother can sponsor him for a green card.
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