My mom is a greencard holder but when she was applying for her visa back then, she forgot to mention the fact that she alr has a daughter. If i want to apply for a greencard and her as my sponsor, but will it jeopardize her immigration status and her greencard might get revoked?
I married my husband since a year and made for him I130 ( still under approval), and now I want to make for my son in-low another I130, his son already now exceeded 18 years old but when I married he was under 18 at this time.
I’ve been living in Texas since 2017, I went to high school here with a b1/b2 visa, my last entry was in 2021 but since the border was partially closed and only essential travelers were allowed I crossed and didn’t go back to Mexico anymore, I was living in McAllen however I then moved to... View More
It depends on whether the DACA recipient entered with a visa initially, or, if the DACA recipient left the Us and returned on Advance Parole. If that is the case, and the person is married to a US citizen, then, yes, we could likely move forward with a permanent resident process. If not, then, no...View More
I have an American friend that overstayed in Ghana 21 days. He had a problem with online banking login and his bank blocked his account for security reasons.He forgot his wallet with the cards in a taxi, he went to the police and the taxi driver was found but he said that he didn't see any... View More
I did my interview on November 1 and I was temporarily refused because I didn’t have my police report. The consular officer said that my case is approved but they will need the police report before the visa is issued and they kept my passport with them. I mailed in my police report and after a... View More
i have a CRBA application pending for my baby overseas. but i have a disability low vision.
because of which i have never worked nor attended school in US, nor paid any bill or rent my family is doing it for me but the counselor is only asking for 1 of the maintioned above to prove my 5... View More
More information is needed to better answer your question. As to evidence of you being in the country before you turned 14, that could include school records, tax filings by parents, affidavits, medical records and the like.
I had an interview in NY office and my brain just frozen due to unexpected questions about my past marriage (through which I got green card), as that marriage was wreck, it took me 5 years to finally forget it and I couldn't answer simple questions to which I should have an answer. I passed... View More
You need immigration counsel as soon as possible, as a finding that you have not been “lawfully admitted for permanent residence,” will lend to the possibility of removal proceedings. Please contact immigration counsel.
I'm an asylum status in the united states, and I have an individual hearing in the immigration court on Sep 12. 2023. However, my boyfriend and I have decided to get married. I'm wondering how can I transfer my case to a marriage green card and how can I start? I really need help since we... View More
You certainly have a possible asylum claim. You must file no later than one year from when you entered. Since you entered on November 12th, the one year deadline for asylum could be have deemed to have passed. Also, the argument can be made that the 1 year started to tick the day you went out of...View More
A step-daughter may not qualify, depending on when the underlying marriage occurred, the date of birth of the step-child, age at the time of marriage, and age now. If the step-daughter is over 21, there may be significant wait times to be able to adjust status.
I am an international student from India who has been living in states for 3+ years now. I graduated with my associates in human services and now i am pursuing my bachelors in social work. My question is that i was molested numerous times when i was a kid that was a big reason i decided to move to... View More
Yes - there are ways to do this, but it requires the filing of several documents and, depending on how long the overstay was, he/she may have to show a certain hardship to secure a waiver of inadmissibility.
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