Hello , me, my husband and my 3 years daughter came to US two years ago and applied for asylum and got approved , after one year we submitted our green card applictions and still in process , during these two years i had severe depression and i committed suicide this month , can i apply for... View More
If by travel to visit your family you mean return to the country from which or are requesting asylum, that is not a good idea. The government will question whether you really have a credible fear of returning to your country. You might consider applying for a refugee travel document and meet with...View More
Um husband has a year left to apply for his German citizenship and I’m a U.S citizen through naturalization therefore I applied for immigration visa for him. Is it possible to get both German and U.S since I’m an American?
she has never applied for or is a citizen and she wants to leave the county and/or country with our child. I tried helping her with citizenship and she refused. Now she wants to take my child away for a 3rd time now and just leave with her. She has no citizenship but has been employed for her adult... View More
Im a cuban citizen in USA since 2028, i have not being admitted and inspected or parole thats why i cant adjust under CAA, but recently i they designate TPS for Venezuela, and im also from Venezuela, can i adjust status under CAA if TPS is granted?
He fled under life threat with his 4 adult children (all over 21) and 1 married adult child with 2 children. All 9 persons are living in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. My desire is to bring them all to work in the US. but thinking maybe get the Dad in and then use him to help bring the rest over. 2... View More
You could try. Immigration through employment is difficult. Your best bet would be to consult with an immigration attorney who has experience with employment based immigration to see what options are available.
What are the risks ? Can I ask for child support and alimony? There’s a new girlfriend in the picture who he’s planning to marry in the future since she’s a citizen. We have a business and properties together. If I can’t file for divorce what options do I have? Thank you!
The fact that you are undocumented should have no bearing on your ability to get divorced. The fact that your marriage is common law might have some bearing on your ability to get a divorce, but that is a question for an attorney with family law experience in your state.
They are also allowed to not initially secure proper accommodation for foreign applicants who come here and work and pay taxes. This entire experience caused me to loose stable income because I had to migrate because the immigrant visa with a one year extension was about to expire and neither the... View More
Many of the things you say lead us to believe that your situation is quite unusual, and for that reason you really need to speak with an immigration attorney so s/he can advise you on your options based on your particular circumstances.
I came to the US and got married to a US citizen in 2019. My wife who is my Sponsor on Affidavit of Support Form I-864 received 2 Stimulus Payments in 2020/2021 - they were based on her last Tax Return when she was single. Because I didn’t work in the US in 2019, I didn't file... View More
It is not a means tested public benefit, no. In any case, you are now a lawful permanent (conditional) resident. It is not longer so much a question of how your accessing this will impact your immigration status but rather how your immigration status will impact your eligibility to receive such...View More
Do I have to sign by writing down my full name as it appears on the certificate? Or just sign it the way I sign documents, credit cards, etc (which, by the way, is also the signature that appears on/next to my photo on the certificate of naturalization)?
My father is applying for naturalization and needs to provide details & documentation for his prior tickets and arrest. He has received a couple of speeding tickets in other states and others in different cities in his home state. I tried called the police stations and courts to determine how... View More
You might be able to get a stamp on your current green card extending its expiration date. You would need to call the USCIS customer service center to see if that is possible and schedule an infopass appt. at your local office.
Nothing you have said provides sufficient information to determine if you have any options. If you have family members who are USCs, and you entered lawfully, then that could be one option. The best way to find out would be to speak with an immigration attorney.
Is there a way to get her into the US and then apply for in the states and have her wait in the US during processing of her Green Card or are we stuck with processing through local US consulate? I read that tourist visas cannot be utilized for this purpose. Thank you
Name changes in Russia are length processes. They are shown in roman letters and Cyrillic letters on foreign passports. We are changing her last name to mine in Cyrillic (accepted) and wanting to correct a spelling error (additional letter) in the roman translation of her first name (not accepted... View More
It sounds like the issue is that her name will not be written correctly in her Russian passport. If that is the case, it is probably best to have here keep her maiden name, at least for the time being.
My wife applied for aos, I 485 and I 864. I changed jobs during this time to a much higher paying position. All benifits are the same. Our interview is in 3 weeks. Do I need to refile for I 864? Or can I just bring my updating income to the interview?
He has never renewed is Form 1551, Jan 77, Permanent Resident Card. He has to provide proof of identification (Green Card) when reinstating his driver license, will he have any issue providing his Green Card?
That fact in and of itself should not prevent an undocumented immigrant from applying for permanent residence. Without knowing all the facts, though, we cannot say if there are other details in your case that could change that analysis. You really should consult with an immigration attorney so that...View More
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