Leaving the country can cause serious immigration problems if you choose to leave with a pending I-485 application. Why? Because as soon as you leave the country, USCIS will assume you have abandoned the green card application. This now may cause you many months, if not a year or more apart from...Read more »
Retain counsel to handle the case from A to Z. After a Notice of appearance is filed by your counsel, the case can be processed competently and without delays etc. . Some of us charge very affordable flat fees.
Discuss with counsel, who can take your case, enter a G-28 Notice of Appearance of Attorney so that the case can be handled competently from start to finish. Depending on the facts of the case, it may still be salvaged. Some of us charge very affordable flat rate fees.
My husband is a u.s citizen. I came to the u.s in may on my b2 visa given 6 mnths which expires in November. I decided to stay and we decided to do adjustment of status which was sent to Chicago IL uscis. I want to know if adjustment of status will increase my green card process time ? will i have... Read more »
This may pose a challenge but the good news is she may qualify for a waiver of inadmissibility if the drug possession was simple and was a one time thing. Discuss with counsel. Counsel anywhere in the USA can represent you.
I am a US citizen, and my GF is an Indian citizen and in Canada on a student visa. She got a US visitor and visited the US for a week in April 2019. Now we are planning to get married in Oct-2019, she will come here in the US for a week and get married and then she will go back to Canada.... Read more »
This is a very sensitive issue in the eyes of the Immigration officers who will explore the questions surrounding your marriage interview. You should discuss your case privately with counsel for a full review of the facts of the situation.
I see cases like this from the Philippines quite frequently. There is an effective strategy that can be pursued in 2 stages that will result in a successful outcome. Counsel anywhere in the USA can represent you. Discuss with counsel.
Well, I am applying for assylum during my time here in US I made a relationship with American citizen for more than one year we wanna get married and he wanna help me with the immigration documents but he in the past made a student loan and is still pending and recently he had a car accident were... Read more »
Counsel anywhere in the USA can represent you for your marriage petition. More facts would be needed to see if any grounds of inadmissibility apply. Your fiancé legal problems with his car accident would most likely not affect the process, but there may be exceptions to this that apply. A free...Read more »
I filed I-130 for my mom after she came to me on her tourist visa. But I did not file I-485. After her I-130 was approved in 9 months, she had to leave the US in September 2017 to continue the process of green card in Ukraine at the embassy. At JFK airport she did not get any stamp in her passport... Read more »
I was notified that my marriage-based green card interview has been scheduled next month. I have an open criminal case with an accepted repleader deal: “harassment” violation to be reduced to “disorderly conduct” in early 2020. There was originally an assault misdemeanor but this was... Read more »
Only certain criminal convictions will render an immigrant inadmissible. Its unclear whether this one would as it is unresolved. The good news is that a waiver of inadmissibility may be available, if the hearing officers decides against you. Discuss with counsel about the full facts of the arrest,...Read more »
My I 130 was approved and I have just received a notification from the NVC regarding my visa. I’m currently in the US but my I 94 expired and I would like to change my status to not have to go through the consular process and proceed with an adjusted status instead. Is that possible?
She is only here for 6 months and I cannot lose her. I have found my soulmate. So does she ask for a extension on her visa so we can get married?? or does she have to change her status to the fiance visa? and does she have to go back to brazil until all the paper work is done?? I can't live with... Read more »
Retain counsel, who can file a G-28 with USCIS, to handle the case from start to finish. How long has she been in the US for? that's a critical question. Some of us charge a very affordable flat rate fee for cases. Counsel in any state can represent you. Discuss with counsel.
If a person enters the US legally, and overstays his/her visa and then marries an American citizen, that person can adjust status to obtain a green card, despite the visa overstay. The issue as to "violating your visa" needs more clarification. Call counsel to discuss.
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