We are Canadians with TN &TD visa. My husbands TN job was terminated 1 month ago, we didnt think we needed to leave US since we are Canadians, and he has just been interviewing during this month, now that he is very close to a new job offer, it has been brought to our... Read more »
My employer did not file from my P1 to O1 in a timely manner, as soon as I found out that i was only in pending status I headed back to Canada. I received a 3 year ban for overstaying under 180 days. My O1 visa was approved while I'm in Canada and my employer sent me a copy of my approved... Read more »
My father and I both own a paid out 4 bedroom home I live there along with my father and his wife. I want to rent 2 rooms out to a homeless sibling with a child. My father agrees, but the problem is his wife dont, so he refused to sign the lease. She has a illegal immigrant or two in the home... Read more »
My Dad was a draft evader during Vietnam, left for Canada, married our Canadian mom. Did not renounce citizenship. We moved back to US when I was 11 and I have been a legal resident alien since. Dad was given his US passport and citizenship back just a few years ago. My brother and I would like... Read more »
I have permission to stay in the USA until January. I am planning to go out for a couple days and come back to spend 4 more months while I am doing some english studies. The course is non-credit and they don't offer student visa for it. Thanks.
You may stay within the period of your visa validity and return to participate in the non-credit course which you are taking as a tourist. However, you should not work or violate the terms of your visa. Good luck!
From Brazil, came here for school but never extended my visa. 8 years later, I have a 2 y/o daughter that was born here and is a US citizen. My mother is finishing her citizenship in the next year or two. I have a 10 year ban starting soon but would like to see if I qualify for a way to become a... Read more »
You need to discuss your issues with an experienced immigration attorney. You may explore other options beyond your 2 y/o child and your soon to be USC mother. Some of us provide Skype or Telephone consultation to clients who are unable to make it to the office. Good luck!
I was in the US o na USAID sponsored exchange for a year. I satisfied about 16 months of my two year rule requirement before coming back to the US for grad school. I recently got married to a US citizen and would like to obtain a waiver so I can apply for a green card. Out of all waiver option,... Read more »
I am Indian Citizen. I came to USA on H1B work visa. My H1B extension got denied and I could not renew my passport at the Indian consulate in San Francisco, CA because the passport renewal applications are processed for those with valid status only.
My Indian passport has expired now. I am... Read more »
Hello, my name is George. I am MD and US resident (have green card) and plan to marry a non US resident who lives outside of US. I want her to come to US and be able to work. I'm aware of the ~5 year long process of obtaining immigrant visa for her, but I am searching for a faster way to get... Read more »
She may qualify for other visa options, depending on her educational background and experience. More information is needed about your girlfriend to be able to assist. Please consult one on one with an experienced immigration attorney. Good luck!
I am living in Florida now 8 month ( I want one more year)
But all my documents are from KY (resident card,Drivers license,ID...)..The problem is that I cant travel for interview to Kentucky......So,is possible to apply for Citizenship here in Florida even if I live here only for 8 month?
If you plan to live in Florida for one year, you may apply for citizenship in Florida. I am assuming that you don't want to abandon your KY residency. However, it is important that if you start the naturalization process in Florida that you complete it the same jurisdiction before you go back...Read more »
You may maintain your work authorization as you await removal of the condition on your green card. However, because your situation may have more to it that is been revealed, I suggest you hire an experienced immigration attorney to assist you.
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