I live in the US and my spouse filed a i-130 petition for me and a separate petition for my 5 year old son (his stepson). My case got accepted however my sons petition got rejected. The rejection notice state please resubmit with a completed I-944 self sufficiency and /or I-864.
Hi, me and my husband has attempted to send in our I-485 document twice now and have failed every time because of missing documents. We are filling our I-130 and I-485 concurrently. The I-130 has been submitted online and we are now trying to send in the I-485. Our I-485 packet now includes a check... Read more »
My biological father was a LPR, he was arrested in 1983 shortly after I was born. I was adopted. He was released from prison and deported back to the Dominican Republic in 1997. He is aware he will have to apply for readmission and fill out other paperwork.
You can sponsor your dad as an immediate relative but he may require a waiver. More facts are needed to determine if he would even qualify. You can sponsor your siblings but the wait time is over a decade.
I am a US citizen trying to bring my wife to US. She has visitor visa. I was wondering if there would be any complication bringing her here. I haven't filled out any immigration application for to get her the green card. I don't know if the US custom boarder would stop her from entering... Read more »
A visitor visa is for the purpose of visitation not to come here permanently. If CPB finds out she is married to you, a US citizen, they may deny her entry because of concealed intent. She has to tell the truth as to what the purpose of her trip is. If she intends to reside permanently here then...Read more »
There was an shift leader who would repeatedly call me endearing names, attempt to hold my hand, hug me, and put me in random chokeholds. He eventually slapped me on the rear which was seen by cameras and another employee. I reported this to management(The GM and another shift leader. They assured... Read more »
My girlfriend is a Colombian national who still resides in Colombia. I am a US citizen and we are trying to figure out if it is best for her to get K1 visa and us get married in US or we get married in Colombia and then I apply for visa for her
What do you think is an appropriate amount to ask for in a DEMAND LETTER where a large corporation calls the POLICE on someone with a disability for no reason (EARLY AM), when they know I am a delivery driver. They illegally detain me, refuse to let me out of the large business (use intimidation... Read more »
i have a girlfriend who is 37 with 2 kids she came here three years ago but she never renew the visa so she can not get citzenship she is also married but she wants to divorce him but he threaten to take her kids and he said if she goes back to her country he will have her killed he even said he... Read more »
There are international child abduction laws that would prohibit that. Your girlfriend needs to consult a family law lawyer to take steps to prevent that. Court orders in addition to placing a hold on her children’s passports etc are some of the steps to take. A family law lawyer needs to be...Read more »
I'm from South Korea and right now I'm in the states with J1 visa participating in Aupair program. I came here in May 2018 and after one year, I extended it for one more year. So I was going to be done in May 2020 but then Covid19 broke out. So DOS allowed in-country Aupairs to extend for... Read more »
If the 2 year return home rule does not apply then you can. The K visa application you filed would be rejected as invalid. The fiancé visa is for foreign national fiancés living abroad who would be processing at their home consulate. You live here so you wouldn’t qualify. Retain counsel for...Read more »
My 10 year old son waa riding his bike on the sidewalk and accidentally bumped into a woman. The woman fell and scraped her elbow. My son got scared and left his bike and ran home. A few minutes later, I arrived at the scene and the woman's husband immediately began threatening to sue me. The... Read more »
Yes after you get married you can apply to get her green card and apply for a work permit which you can get before the green card. Because the process is taking at least a year file soon to get the process started.
As a US citizen spouse sponsoring a foreign national, your wife would be considered an immediate relative. Currently it’s taking about a year from the filing until the interview date but maybe longer due to the covid crisis.
A US citizen can sponsor his foreign national spouse despite that she overstayed her visa and provided no grounds of inadmissibility otherwise exist (ie crimes, etc). The current processing time is taking at least one year from the time of filing and most likely a wee bit longer due to the covid...Read more »
Last month, I got married to US Citizen and she does not meet minimum income requirements. Thereafter, I talked to my uncle and he said he and his wife together makes about 35,000 a year in total household income for year 2019 based on IRS tax filling. And, this was only for year of 2019.My uncle... Read more »
To avoid RFEs and lengthy delays/denial for incorrect paperwork processing, consider working with an attorney to represent you throughout the year long process of your case. Counsel anywhere in the USA can represent you.
Yes, under the new public charge rule those applicants adjusting status to lawful permanent resident must file the 944 form along with the 485. This is the general rule but it’s currently being challenged in court. Until a decision is made the form must be filed.
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