I don't know what he means by "transfer his paperwork thru". He would, however, need you to sponsor him if he was looking to apply for an Adjustment of Status. If you would like to discuss the implications of what sponsorship entails please let me know.
I went to cuba about 2 months, and they stopped me again at the airport, I'm going again on november I just want to know if I will have any problem. I even have a letter from the court saying that my case was closed, and that I wasn't convicted.
Unfortunately, it can take some time for the system to update, however, a year seems a bit excessive. For your upcoming trip, hopefully, the system has updated, in case it has not I would definitely carry the letter from the court with you. However, based on the information you provided I would not...Read more »
I am divorced. I filed a I-130 for my ex wife and her son about 10 years ago. Would that make me ineligible to file a petition for my future wife? What's faster and cheaper: bring my fiancé or marry her first and file the I-130?
There are two main routes: you can marry her abroad and then petition for her. Or you can bring her to the United States on a Fiancee Visa, get married within 90 days and then apply for an Adjustment of Status. The cheapest of these depends on your circumstances but generally is the first. By...Read more »
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