Form I-130 and Form I-129F are not overly complex on their faces. However, whether you should hire an attorney depends on the specific facts of your case. So, it is usually best to, at least, consult with an attorney. Additionally, USCIS approves either application, completing consular...Read more »
I can apply for citizenship, but I want to go back to sell some properties get the money and bring it back and then file for citizenship. Is there anything that’s calling extension on an expired green card?
If you want to travel outside of the United States, you need a valid, unexpired passport. Additionally, it is best to have proof your permanent residency. So, you should file Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card. After filing, you will likely receive a receipt notice or a...Read more »
Depending on whether you live in the United States and when you lived in the United States, if you are a U.S. citizen, your child may acquire U.S. citizenship at birth. You should speak with an immigration attorney.
If you already submitted your forms, USCIS will likely mail you a Request for Evidence (RFE), which will request a completed and signed Form I-130A. At that time, you should comply with the instructions in the RFE.
No, your wife should not depart the United States until the immigration judge terminates your wife's removal proceedings. Prior to departing the country, your wife should also verify she is admissible and her departure will not trigger any grounds of inadmissibility.
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