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There are new public charge rules now in effect that apply to immigrants inside the US who seek to adjust status, but also to immigrants outside the US seeking entry with some types of non immigrant visas. You should discuss with an attorney how this new law will affect you if you seek to gain...Read more »
I want to sponsor my wife for a green card. Because I’m self-employed abroad and have claimed Foreign Earned Income Tax Exclusion, I want to have a co-sponsor so there’s no problems with my application.
However, My “father” I’ve known all my life is my step-father. And he and my... Read more »
My son is an American citizen who has been living in Thailand and working for the past 2.5 years. While living in Thailand he met a French citizen with whom he is now having a baby and planning to marry. Their work contracts in Thailand end in March and the baby is due in July. They plan to marry... Read more »
For the past 2nd and 3rd year, my husband did not file taxes due to unemployment. In the past year he became an independent contractor as a realtor but our most recent joint tax returns did not meet the income requirement. He has a joint sponsor who meets the income requirements. Will his previous... Read more »
Your husband must still file an 864, despite that his income is not enough, and explain why he didn't file taxes. Also, you can enlist the joint sponsor and if he has sufficient income, as long as he is an LPR or US citizen. Keep in mind if you file after the 24th, the old forms are going to be new...Read more »
It may be a problem that you and your wife do not live together. That sends up red flags. The best strategy would be to retain counsel to attend the interview. Above all else, tell the truth and explain why you don't reside together. You can bet that both of you will be interrogated separately.
Yes, if your friend suffered injuries as a result of Walmart's negligence, then she has a case. Retain counsel here in Orlando on contingency fee, which means your friend doesn't pay anything unless she wins. Also, take alot of pictures of the injury while it is still fresh. Also go back to the...Read more »
I am permanent resident and I’m in love with citizen of another country. I would like to marry her and bring her to United States to live together. As far as I know I’m able to do that with my current status. However, I’m wondering if it would be better to get citizenship first? As far as I... Read more »
My partner and I want to be together in the United States where I live but we don’t know what’s the best choice for us. To get married in Mexico and apply for the spouse visa or wait and do the fiancé visa.
She hid it from him for 2 years, we think she spent most of the money (her and her husband buy huge houses, expensive trips) and I am now pregnant with his child and she’s now refusing to give him any money. She would give my boyfriend a couple thousand to help when he was struggling with rent.... Read more »
The medical exam record becomes stale if submitted past the deadline. A review of your file would reveal if that’s the case. Consider working with an attorney so that precious time and filing fees are not wasted again. Your application will now be subjected to the new public charge rules that...Read more »
I'm an undocumented immigrant from Nigeria. I came to the states legally on a visitor's visa and my parents overstayed (i was 7 when I got here). I've been living in the US since then and have pretty much built my life here and have a child here. I'm also married to a U.S citizen. My fear is that... Read more »
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