I been deported by a judge 1 time and 3 times by immigration. I have been in a federal prison for 5 months. Am married to a US citizen and I have a child with her? What can I do to improve my status in this country?
Boy, it sounds like you've been put through the ringer. The first thing I would recommend would be to order your immigration court and arrest records to see if any irregularities might allow you to re-fight your case. Beyond that, you might be able to take advantage of some...Read more »
I have my residence card since the age of 16. My father help my sisters and mother obtained the residence card after becoming a citizen of the US. I been of work since 2012 and I did not know that it expired that same year. My question is can I still work in the US in order to pay my fee and renew... Read more »
If you're going for citizenship, I always recommend you have a valid, renewed green card before doing so- that way, there's no problems regarding your green card's validity at the interview. If you've had your green card for 5 years though, and you're crime free, you are...Read more »
My american husband and I have been legally married 7 years. It has come up many times, but he has still not petitioned for my greencard . we have 3 kids together. we are now getting a divorce and because of it I have to go back to my country. How can I get a green card? Is there a way for... Read more »
I'm terribly sorry to hear about your divorce. Your case sounds much like one I had last year, where the spouse was promised a green card, but one was never filed as a means of control. If that happens to be the case in your marriage, then you might qualify for various forms...Read more »
What do you mean you failed? Were you supposed to pursue one? This typically happens with K-1 fiancee visa holders who do not file in time. If that's the case, you'll want to fully explain your situation, whatever that happens to be. The evidence may change depending on...Read more »
Did he just cross in the most recent wave, or has he been here for a while? Depending on when and how he crossed, and the circumstances which led him to do so, he may be eligible to remain in the US. Consider consulting with an experienced immigration attorney for a more...Read more »
Largely, you'll want to file immigration petitions for them (I-130s). They'll likely process through US consulates in their home country, but to ensure proper filing and processing, consider consulting with an experienced immigration attorney first before taking further...Read more »
It depends on your current status. You might be able to get a travel permit (domestic? International?), but it would depend on where, for how long, and for what purpose. You don't present enough facts here to say yes or no, so consider contacting an experienced immigration attorney for a more...Read more »
If your green card is expiring, you can file form I-90 to renew it. That said, you should only do so if 1) you don't have any other issues (like criminal convictions, etc.) which might prevent you from successfully doing so, or 2) you're not within the right time-frame for doing...Read more »
My partner is Irish, 24, single, & live with his parents. He applied for a B2 visa & was rejected 2ce last year, not strong enough ties to home. The 2nd time he brought a letter from his job & still received the rejection. Since then he has traveled to Asia for 4 months & recently returned home. He... Read more »
Given the facts provided, here's the best answer I can give right now.
1) The chances of being denied are pretty good, given that the US already doesn't believe he wants to return home.
2) Special events in Ireland help to prove he has something to return to. Special...Read more »
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