all he did was the first paperwork. i was the one asking uscis what was going in and in the email uscis sent me it has another lawyer name then the one i was paying and the one thats on my contract. hes not wanting to refund me anything
I recommend reviewing your retainer agreement to see what it says about issuing a refund. I would be cautious with relying on USCIS for information, sometimes their records are not accurate. You should also meet with an attorney to see what other options you have.
If you have a two year green card you should apply to remove the conditions on your residence (Form I-751 if you received your green card through your US Spouse) 90 days before the expiration date on the card. Once that application is approved you will receive a 10 year green card.
If you are a U.S. citizen you should contact an attorney for help. It is important that the attorney review your wife's immigration and criminal history before any documents are filed. The attorney should also explain the current risks of filing for someone who is undocumented.
basically boyfriend who is also my daughters dad came illegally at 15, basically My bf got arrested for car jacking with a gun when there wasn't a gun involved or even found but the DA insisted on charging him with it anyways simply because the guy accusing him of it said there was. He just... Read more »
I have my two year marriage based green card. It was 1 year old in August.
We moved in July but we didn't know we need to change our address with USCIS. I changed my address today, 3 months after moving- online. Do I need to send the form Form AR-11 in mail too? What my husband, who... Read more »
You will want to file some documents with USCIS and have an interview either in the U.S. or in France. The exact process depends on a lot of factors. Please contact a US immigration attorney for detailed advice.
I'm doing a tourist visa for my father-in-law who is coming from the Philippines in the process of getting his paperwork together it shows that he is married to somebody other than a person that he's been with for the last 51 years we have found out that he was put into an arranged... Read more »
I am a US Citizen, my parents have green cards since 2015,
they have been travelling twice a year, always 5 months in Poland, 1 month in in US, last week they got some issue at LAX, they office was very upset, angry ( my parents dont speak english) and he put a note on their passport that... Read more »
You should contact the County Bar Association in your area. They have programs that can help settle disputes between attorneys. Each state has different requirements for attorneys so its important to know the rule the applies and then take action accordingly.
We reside in the UK. My husband wants us to live in the US. Can he apply for K3/K4 (for the kids) visas from the UK (London Field Office) or does he have to apply physically in the US and/or require a US address? Many thanks.
Good Afternoon, thank you for your question. Here is my response:
You may apply for the K3 visa to enter the U.S. The K3 visa process is taking about 7 months at the California Service Center (other service centers may be different). Your spouse has to apply for the K3 visa first with USCIS...Read more »
Since your mom is in the U.S. without status she is always at risk of being deported. However, she may have some options available such as a petition through US citizen relatives. I encourage you to contact an attorney for assistance to...Read more »
You might be eligible for U.S. Citizenship. There are a lot of other factors to consider such as: how you received your green card; how much time you have spent outside the U.S.; your good moral character; and English speaking ability....Read more »
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