I seperated from him oct 2020 because I found texts between him and a family member telling them to get the permanent green card and leave me. Divorce finalized with agreement that I have sole legal and physical custody. No child support. He sees his child once a month. Now he’s waiting for... Read more »
He will not get permanent residency if you do not attend the interview with him. If you want to make sure he doesn't get the permanent residency, send in your divorce decree to the field office where the I-485 is being handled and where the interview is to take place. Best wishes!
You need to complete the affidavit of support (I-864) and you can use your husband's income in your affidavit BUT he will also have to complete and sign the Household Member Contract (form I-864A). Best wishes!
I am a visa waiver tourist traveller with a criminal record in the U.S. At the U.S. preclearance I am called to the back office for additional inspection by a U.S.C.I.S. officer before tourist travel and normally given a limited stay in the U.S. of less than 6 months. Will record expungement avoid... Read more »
No it will not. Once Border Patrol knows of your conviction it will remain in the records even if you expunge it from State records. Moreover, even if you expunge the record, you will always have to disclose the record to immigration officials when applying for any immigration benefit. Best wishes!
Her interview is set for this June 3 but I’m wondering if I have to be their for her interview and then also go to the other two petition seperetly after they are scheduled or should I reschedule the youngest interview the interview is Dominican Republic and it’s a I-130. For all three all the... Read more »
I recently got the notice from NVC that my wife is documentarily qualified and that her case is being forwarded for interview scheduling. However, I had to add/replace documents on each of the three children. Will this delay the scheduling of my wife's appointment?
My conditional GC expires in December this year and I would need to remove the conditions 90 days before it. We have been married since almost 3 years and the marriage certainly was in good faith and we both hoped this will last forever.
However, since past year the marriage has been going... Read more »
It would be best if you were divorced by the time you have to apply to remove the condition or soon thereafter. There is language that can be used as part of the divorce to improve the chances of your removal of condition being granted so I would recommend you consult with a family law attorney who...Read more »
With a pending affirmative I-589. Is it safe for me to applied for AOS? I married a USC. Also, I know that I have to disclose on my I-485 that I was a member of a Political group back home. Will it affect my AOS?
P.S: I am sure they already have these information on my I589
my partner and I met unexpectedly 1,5 months after I entered the U.S. in February 2022 while I am in the U.S. on a B-visa (business&tourist purposes) for 180 days and want to get married before the stay of 180 days expires in August to file for "adjustment of... Read more »
Yes, it is possible to file for Adjustment of Status after entering the US on a tourist visa but I would recommend doing a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to make sure you qualify in other respects. Best wishes!
The minimum income for a household of 3 is $28,787. It would recommend that you do a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to discuss your options regarding income/sponsor requirements. Best wishes!
If she did we would have to change her adjustment of status , right ? Or can I only marry her via k1 visa ? We are scared they might see it as fraud and take away her visa. Would we have to get married within 90 days ? Another lawyer told me we CAN’T get married within 90 days on a tourist visa... Read more »
Much more information is needed to be able to give you advice so it is best done through a consultation with an attorney. If you can't afford one, there are attorneys who offer free consultations. You can search for an attorney here on Justia.com, Avvo.com or AILA.org. Best wishes!
My understanding is she can drive her car here for no more than a year. She's worried that on her way back to Mexico they will question why she was here and what she was doing and that they might take away her Visa. Should she be worried? She would come on a travel visa and they usually give... Read more »
According to Texas Department of Public Safety: "Driving privilege reciprocity allows a person to use a valid, unexpired foreign license to operate a motor vehicle in Texas for up to one year or until a person becomes a Texas resident, whichever date is sooner. Once a person becomes a new...Read more »
No, you should not travel without proof of valid immigration status. You can call USCIS and schedule an appointment to have your passport stamped to extend the validity of your conditional permanent residency while you await adjudication. Best wishes!
My medical examination for my K-1 visa was completed on September 6, 2019 in my country of origin and my adjustment of status (Form I-485) documentation was received May 20, 2020 which was within the one year specified. I submitted a completed form I-864 with the adjustment of status package... Read more »
If you want to avoid delay you could do the medical exam again because it is expired. But if you don't want to spend money potentially unnecessarily then you can wait to see if USCIS officers asks for a new medical exam during the interview. You would have to do the exam after the interview...Read more »
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