Original card expired almost a year ago. My new card was mailed at the end of June. When it was returned I filed the I-90 form. But according to the website the processing time could be another year. With everything going on in our country I am worried about deportation while waiting for... Read more »
My name is Nivesh Pandya and I am currently waiting on the H1-B approval notice. I am not sure if it is safe to travel to Port Aransas as my current immigration status F-1 is valid only till Oct 18th. Can you please suggest if I should travel to port Aransas?
It depends. If you are still married to and living with your abusive spouse, then probably. If not, then only if you have been a resident for five years can you do this. You really should consult with an immigration attorney.
My husband and I were scheduled for our interview for change of status (I-130). We were having marital trouble and did not attend the interview. We have been to counseling and have decided to continue with the marriage but we already recieved the letter that the case was denied and I reinstated my... Read more »
If parents are in US and they file green card for their daughter (who is above 22 yrs old) living outside US , can daughter apply for F2 dependent visa if she gets married with F1 visa holder ? Does she need to cancel the ongoing application process ?
My citizenship interview is scheduled for September. I may owe taxes to the IRS.
1. My former husband and I had an installment agreement with the IRS. We divorced in 2018; the marriage settlement agreement states that “the debt to the IRS” (it doesn’t specify the amount owed or the... Read more »
It depends. If it has been more than three years since you got your first (CR-1) green card, and you are still living with and married to your USC spouse, then yes. If you are no longer living with the USC spouse, then no.
It is hard to say. Some states provide access to certain benefits for some citizens. It could be that he was eligible for these in CA. You should discuss this with a state social worker or an immigration attorney in CA familiar with benefit eligibility for non-citizens.
A member of our community is currently in jail for Fraud use /Poss. of ID, Failed to ID, and ICE hold. Before that event, he was on an ICE bail. He entered with the United State with a different name. He is now married to an American citizen and 2 kids (with different mothers). He has a currently... Read more »
When I was 15, I was naturalized as a citizen through my parents. But I've got a green card. I know for a fact that this is what happens and I don't need a naturalization certificate to apply for a US passport.
But before I apply, I want to change my name and gender. Does this complicate... Read more »
I received a minor in possession misdemeanor back in college 20 years ago in California and the record was expunged after paying the fine and completing an alcohol education class. Would this be grounds for denying citizenship? (Assuming I state the expunged record on my application). I have been a... Read more »
Myself and my wife are Canadian citizens and Green Card holders. Our son is in the US on OPT F1. However he was unemployed for over 90 days while on OPT and is now out of status (for about a month now). Should he leave for Canada, or can he stay if we file sponsorship application for him in 2B... Read more »
He lives in the UK (Northern Ireland) now, the wedding would likely be there next summer. I’m from the US and would be halfway through my Masters program (only one year left until it’s finished). After I finish my degree we would move to the UK.
There are not many options, given your ultimate intent to move to the UK. Nonimmigrant work visas are hard to obtain, but if he has an employer with a US office, he might be able to be transferred to the US for a year. Otherwise he can consider H1B or H2A/H2B visas. He’d need to find an employer...Read more »
I am on my F1 visa and my former employer applied for my I 140 which got denied (it has something to do with my employer eligibility). Now my current employer is going to sponsor me for my new I 140. Do I have to include my previous work experience in this case? I would want start over without... Read more »
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