I have an question from New York City. I am waiting for an asylum interview almost one year. So Far Was not schedule. it It is for one year already. I came with an F1 visa. I requested asylum when my visa was still okay. I want to go to Mexico, because of the CoronaVirus, I have the option to be... Read more »
No one really knows right now what is going to happen to people in your situation. But in my humble opinion, if you go to Mexico, you will likely have to stay there until at least we have a new administration in the White House.
No, that's not going to work for him. Even if the marriage were somehow "registered" with your home nation, as others have suggested, you would still have to proactively petition for him to come to the US, he can't just do it on his own based on your marriage.
I'm a Swedish citizen living in London with my American now husband. We've been living together in Sweden and the UK for over 5 years, and just got married a month and a half ago in Sweden. We're in the US temporarily to visit family, before heading back to London to start the immigration process... Read more »
While I can't give you any advice on what your best course of action is personally about travelling or rescheduling your event, I don't believe anyone in your specific situation will be eventually punished due to US immigration regulations for sheltering in place as ordered. So you can at least...Read more »
If you have a ten year green card, and your husband has separate status, I'm confused as to why you are filling out any sort of marriage based application for either of you. Does he (new husband) not have a green card? If he has a PhD can he not self-petition? If he can go that route, that is much...Read more »
K-1 Visas are generally more expedient than consular processing for a spouse. But you really should set up a consultation with a qualified immigration attorney, who can screen both of you for other issues that may be dispositive of whether you should do a K-1 or IR1.
My brother lives in the USA with an asylum case pending. He has a work permit and still waiting for an asylum interview. His case for I-130 was accepted and it shows on USCIS as: February 7, 2020 In Process Your benefit request has been accepted and is under review.
An I-130 can process while an asylum case is pending, but you have not given us enough facts to determine your brother's fate. A lot of your scenario depends on what country he is from, as well as many other factors. If you are worried, please spend the money on a consultation with an immigration...Read more »
Like so many other answers lawyers give, it depends on her individual circumstances. In this situation, you really should sit down with an experienced immigration attorney who can ask relevant questions to determine the correct answer.
So here is my issue, my husband has a visitor visa for the usa but he visited me back in August 2019 and just went back this January 2020 . We got married December 2019 didn’t have a honeymoon so we are trying to go on one in March my question is that will it be a problem with him entering the... Read more »
As long as he has a valid visitor's visa and follows the rules (you do not mention if he has ESTA or a B visa), and does not overstay or show any intent of overstay, it should not be too much of a problem. Especially if he has a history of entering and exiting on schedule.
My mother is always threatening me that she'll tell immigration to cancel my green card and stop me from potentially becoming a citizen, she's always threatening me that she's gonna send me back to Africa, and make me stay there for over the time the green card allows so I will lose my permanent... Read more »
You mother is abusing you. You should seek out the help of an organization that can help you file a VAWA, such as Catholic Social Services. Here is a list of organizations in Texas: https://www.immigrationadvocates.org/nonprofit/legaldirectory/search?state=TX
The change in the presidential administration might have something to do with this, but everyone is telling me that the hurdle of straight approval of O-1B has gotten higher. Attorneys say they get more RFEs, and the denial rate has increased, although not too dramatically. This year, I'm renewing... Read more »
You may not have as difficult a time with a renewal as an initial application, but generally speaking all categories are being treated with greater scrutiny. If you would truly appreciate an attorney advising you, then you should reach out to an experienced employment immigration attorney for a...Read more »
Permanent Resident. No other criminal record except for past resolved minor traffic tickets. Since conviction was prior to 1990, is it safe to apply for naturalization and have good chance of obtaining citizenship?
I suffered a motorcycle accident 5+ years ago and only attempting to determine how to allow my VERY recently married Registered Nurse wife the ability to work here in the US, possibly near where we reside in north Pinellas County Florida
That depends on where you live. Sometimes, you can find resources in pamphlets at your local immigration court, if you are close to one. Catholic Social Services sometimes can help. I would need to know where to live to give you better advice. If you are indigent, though, you will not be able to...Read more »
New Mexico? As in, the US state New Mexico? Then yes, you can live in New Mexico while your N-400 processes. Make sure to update your address with USCIS so that you don't miss important notices, and keep up with your case status by frequently checking it online.
You can write "unknown" if it is truly unknown - but with the current administration I'd be prepared for issues from it. If you have any contact at all with that side of the family, or anyone who may know, I'd reach out to try and get the right answer.
That depends on the policy of the financial institution. A bank, within the bounds of certain guiding federal regulations, can allow a debtor to forbear, modify, or refinance a loan as it deems appropriate - usually by internal written policy of the bank. Notice of the foreclosure has to be...Read more »
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