I got my green card since 2003 and I used to travel every year to the states return back to my original country as i have some issues I have to follow but last time I travelled to the states they stopped me at the airport and took my green card because I stayed in original country more than one year
While on an H1 visa i applied for a H4 EAD in Feb 2019 since i was unsure if my H1 will get extended as we were hearing about a lot of rejections. after my H4 EAD card came in, my H1 also got extended and i have continued on my H1. Now i want to move to H4 EAD again. Will my old H4 EAD still be... View More
We submitted a I-130 form and recently it was approved. I am a green card holder and he is an Assylum applicant. Can he apply for the I-485 adjustment of status ? Someone told me I needed to be a citizenship before he can apply for a green card. Is that true? He has never been here illegally. Since... View More
The National Visa Center keeps asking for the same civil documents (copy of marriage certificate or police record), I submitted all the docs and they were approved, with the I-130 which is also approved. What’s going on at the NVC?”
I visited my sick mom with an emergency parole for 30days. I came within the time period and received my combo card which is valid for a year without any conditions. I also got a "paroled" stamp on my passport nearly valid for an year when I entered with the parole document. I went back... View More
I am a U.S Citizen and have lived almost my whole life in Mexico. My husband currently has a U.S tourist visa, and we got married In the U.S a few years ago. We both live in Mexico, what would be the first step in getting him a green card? What forms do I need to fill out?
My latest I-797 form to extend my status was filed to California center and they transferred it to Vermont center. My petition was denied and I'm unable to return back to home country due to current pandemic situation. I'm trying to file Form I-539 Change to... View More
So she filed joint tax return for the last year and with her husband joint income is 44K. And their household size including intending immigrant is 5. So is it ok to write joint income which is in 2019 tax return from IRS for the question of current income for the Form I-864?
So my girlfriend and I are now engaged. We have both decided that she will remain an undocumented person in the US for the next 2 years. She will be living with me for about a year and half before we marry. We are moving from California to my home state of Maryland as soon as I’m done with my... View More
Yes you paid into the state unemployment fund and as an LPR you are entitled to those benefits you paid into. It will not negatively impact any application to become a U.S. citizen . Other benefits like Medicaid can be problematic for those without a greencard yet. So you should apply.
I am citizen and the wife, but I soon heard a rumor that the trump administration are cracking down on families that recieve any kind of benefits from the government and that this would affect heavily the families seeking green cards or stay in America.
The new public charge form is 18 pages and requires documentation and answers regarding public benefits and financial proof such as a credit report and loans like car loans or student loans etc.... So individuals can be denied a Greencard if USCIS determines they are likely to be a public charge to...View More
I am student here in the US. I will be getting married to my Girlfriend in a month. She is a US citizen and receives food stamp and medicaid. How does that affect my AOS based on new public charge rule. I have never taken any public benefits nor I am a beneficiary in any of public benefits.... View More
You can return to Jamaica at any time. You will be subject to a 10 year bar if you overstated your visa for more than 12 months. That is an automatic bar which is imposed when you depart the United States.
So you could reapply for either an immigrant visa or non immigrant visa at any time...View More
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