As soon as USCIS issues a file #, your husband becomes a C-9 beneficiary. He can be present in the US until USCIS adjudicates the I-485. There are 2 final outcomes: Either the application is approved and he receives the green card. Or if it is denied, he could leave the country or appeal.
AS A child her Father ONLY- (dec-citizen), raised her inside the US. THEN She was 12 & forced into foster care. She had graduated HS, ALWAYS WORKED since age 17 or younger and always paid her taxes like ALL Americans SHOULD. She never has been on Assistance or has never asked the government for... View More
You can get an E2 visa to travel from Latvia to the United States. To evaluate you for other visas, we need more information. Please contact my office or any other competent attorney to assist with the matter.
We have never been married and we live in separate homes. He insists on his time with our son being spent in my home. I would like a formal agreement and for his time with our son to be spent at his home.
I also would like to prevent him from entering my home when he pleases. He has... View More
I attended U.S. universities and currently working through the Optional Practical Training - OPT. However, I don’t have much left and my fiancé suggested that we should just get married so I won’t have to worry about my status in the country. I’m worried about the time it would take to USCIS... View More
I will start with a word of caution: Marrying a US citizen with an intent of getting immigration can have adverse consequences. In terms of the generic timeline, Employment authorization can take few months in processing. I usually recommend my clients to keep at least 6-months.
My wife (American) received a high paying job offer in the states. We currently live in Germany (I'm German), and have been trying to get an immigration visa for months now, but we need my wife's tax transcripts for that. We have requested the transcripts a dozen times(over the phone)... View More
This question is not an immigration question. As far as filing a claim against a public entity, theoretically everything is possible. For more specific evaluation of your situation, please contact my office or any other competent attorney who does public entity claims.
I'm planning to marry a women who live in the united states but i have a question. we didn't start the process (the paper work like I30, etc...) at this time my son is 17 years old and 3 months and at the time we start the paper work he will be so close to turn 18 . even he might... View More
Under USCIS regulations, a US citizen who marries an alien can sponsor the minor child of the alien spouse so long as the marriage occurred before the minor turned 18. For any specific queries about your matter, please contact my office at 916-378-0259.
hello . i have a question please provide me with the answer .... if i marry a U.S citezen before my child turn 18 like in the date on the marriage certificate was before he turn 18 can she still sponsor him with me even though she filed the form I30 after he turned 18 as long as the date on the... View More
Under the current regulations, if the US citizen marries an alien before the alien's minor child turns 18, US citizen shall be able to file Form I-130 for the step child. For specific queries regarding your situation, please contact my office at 916-378-0259.
Hi, I'm an LPR of 28 years and had to go abroad to help my sick and old parents, with an I-131, 2-year reentry permit that just expired. I came back 2 months ago to file for a new but have not even gotten the receipt note. I've found that there are severe delays, no oversight, no follow... View More
Unfortunately, this is the reality that we live in. Our firm can assist in following up on the issue and to seek some resolution. However, given the pandemic and changing political climate, the situation is totally unpredictable.
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