İsn’t there anything wrong? İs there anything I can do? I was 13 years old and now finally our case become current but ım 28 and they are not including me in the case because of cspa. As a lawyer what do you think sir? İs this normal to delete only 2 months from someone waited for 15 years?... View More
As previously explained, CSPA age would be the time the I-130 was pending minus your age at the time the visa became available. If the computation is under 21, you will be eligible as a derivative. Based on the dates you provided, you can only reduce 60 days from your age at the time the PD became...View More
Dear sir, my family applied for an f4 visa category 15 years ago and finally our priority date became current. I was 13 years old and now I'm 28. isn't cspa supposed to freeze my age at 13? they are not adding me in the case saying that because cspa can not apply to me.
CSPA age would be the time the I-130 was pending minus your age at the time the visa became available. If the computation is under 21, you will be eligible as a derivative. Based on the dates you provided, you can only reduce 60 days from your age at the time the PD became "current" on Jul 1, 2023
You can incorporate or open an LLC with the Secretary of State. You get a business license in the city where you want to establish your business. You apply for an E2 visa to run the business investment. Contact an immigration attorney directly as this is a public forum.
I am an H1B holder and my wife is a H4 holder currently. My employer has started processing my green card application which is at the PWD step(filed in May this year). So if everything goes well, given the current timeline, the I-140 will be processed(with Premium Processing) by the end... View More
We are in the process of getting a K1 fiancé visa. My fiancé is a German citizen and will move to the US in 2024 once the K1 Visa is approved. He currently work in Germany as a remote worker. My question is can he still work for his current company while living here in the US as a remote worker... View More
He can apply for a work permit when he arrives in the US on K-1 visa. He can also apply for an EAD when he applies for AOS after you get married. I suggest you work with an immigration attorney to figure out the timing
Overstaying for more than 180 days but less than one year would subject one to a 3 year bar from returning to the US. Overstaying for 1 year or more would subject one to a 10 year bar from returning to the US.
If a J-1 visa falls of status due to shortening of the program, and its J-2 dependents are already enrolled in a public school (say kindergarten), would they still be allowed to attend during the 30 days grace period given to leave the country?
My mother (I am her biological daughter) arrived in the US on a B2 tourist visa for the second time on July 4th, 2023, and I am a US citizen. Can I apply for her Green Card before 90 days ( DO NOT FOLLOW 90 DAYS RULE, because my purpose is save time for the green card process) arriving in the U.S... View More
Hi. So my employer messed up the first Perm that they filed for me(although it was approved already) no I140 filed after. In the current work experience part of Perm, they mistakenly put one of the branches of our hospitals where I was not working. It was in West Virginia. I am currently working in... View More
They can use the PD of the first one if the I-140 was approved. Beneficiaries of approved I-140 petitions for the first, second and third categories may retain the priority dates of their approved petitions for any subsequently filed first, second and third category employment based petition.
I joined my current employer in California on H1B in Sep 2023. In Oct 2023, my EB3 priority date got current. I'm India born on EB3 with Apr 2012 PD. My employer's not filing any PERMs since they laid off thousands of workers recently. Assuming my PD stays current for good, am I required... View More
Five years ago, I went through a divorce from my husband, who was in the United States on a visitor's visa. This decision was prompted by a troubling history of domestic violence. At the time, I held an F1 visa, and he was my dependent. Our marriage had initially taken place in the U.S. After... View More
Sorry to hear about your situation. Asylum in the US can only be pursued if you are able to demonstrate that you were persecuted or have a fear of persecution in your home country due to your Race, Religion, Nationality, Social group or Political opinion.
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