It is not advisable to work on an H4 without an H4 EAD. Usually the J1 or H1B are the most common visas for researchers. Our firm may consider an H3 but you would have to contact our firm for a consultation to check your eligibility.
For some reason, my joint sponsor couldn't provide me her tax returns, so I used my own income from my current job, with my husband to meet the income requirement. They had a condition, that if I am using my own income I had to provide a letter from my employer stating that i will keep my job... View More
Since you are applying based on marriage, IF you get your green card, you can work anywhere. Note that USCIS will not count your wages if you worked "without authorized employment." Any income you earned must be with an EAD card or other authorized employment status. Hopefully your...View More
It is a long shot. One way is to see if he qualifies for an immigrant waiver, and if so, go the green card route. The alternative is to file a nonimmigrant waiver and have him try and enter on a nonimmigrant visa. Our firm would review the criminal conviction to see if there is any possibility...View More
I want to know if my sister( she's a citizen and over the age of 21) can file for me under I-130 and I-485, I have been in the country for 12 years and my visitors visa has expired. I came at the age of 12 so I currently have a DACA work permit. Do I qualify for this status adjustment?
You are eligible to adjust status, but the problem is that a sibling petition is 4th preference. So you could not file your green card application until a visa number is available. Right now, it's a 12 year wait minimum (could be longer depending on your country of birth). I would suggest...View More
I have been to US on visitor visa before for tourism and to see my sister's family who are US citizens. She wants to file immigrant petition for me, that I understand a long road to go. I really like US and was thinking to invest in a business that my sister runs. (Child Care... View More
You cannot hold 2 types of status (B2 and E-2 or green card). Assuming your sister's family petition is approved, since you will be "changing" status from B2 to E2, you must maintain the E-2 status until a visa number is available (right now it's about 12 years). Unlike asylum,...View More
Hello. I have a question about I-864 and I-864A forms. My husband is going to be a joint sponsor since I am a SAHM right now. Tax return transcript doesn't show the break down. It only shows the household adjusted gross income. I know that the amount i put in the answer in the form has to... View More
You would list individual income. If you earn zero, put zero. Your husband should list his income. The tax returns along with W2s, 1099s and all schedules should be submitted. USCIS only looks at the AGI.
It is always a good idea to notify USCIS, but there will probably be repercussions (e.g. child is put into removal proceedings). However, if this error is not corrected it will continue to be propagated (e.g. when he goes to naturalize). The fact is that you now have knowledge to an issue that is...View More
Iam planning take an offer from Employer B and they are planning to apply for my PERM and I-140 again. my current employer A will cancel my I-140 once I resign. I want to make sure I can retain my Priority date even if I-140 is cancelled.
I did my credible fear interview on 8/14/2014 which was positive for credible fear, I was released upon a bond granted to me by an immigration judge. I was released on October, 18. I'm wating for my first hearing which has no date yet, the only hearing I had until this moment was a bond... View More
returned in Oct 2014 after 11 months of absence and could stay only 12 days because of the reasons stated above. Then he had a surgery, was hospitalized and his mother (my grandmother) died in April 2015, I went there and now he is ready to return to the US, but it will be about 7 months since he... View More
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