There is no friend category that you can sponsor someone to get a green card from another country. Your friend can get a green card either by marriage to an American citizen or marriage to a green card holder. She can get a green card by getting sponsored for a job, but that job must be tied to the...Read more »
If the sponsors income is insufficient to meet the income levels required for the 864 form, Then that sponsor will be required to enlist a joint sponsor. The joint sponsor can either be a US citizen or a green card holder but must reside in the United States.
I was walking into the dog park, but there's 2 gates and the first gate goes into a boxed area that you unleash your dog. I was told by the dog owner that he wanted to pick up his small dog before we proceeded into the dog park. I let him pick up the dog and when I opened the second gate... Read more »
Yes, you have a case against the dog owner for strict liability and negligence. Discuss your case with counsel here in Florida about contingency fee representation, which means you don’t pay anything unless you win. Hopefully, you can find out the identity of this dog owner. If not, a private...Read more »
Yes just two weeks ago on September 11, 2020 the federal court lifted the injunction that was in place because of Covid and therefore all people that are filing their applications after February 24, 2020 must file the 944 form.
I am a US citizen and I want to bring my boyfriend from Dominican Republic to the United States. I would like to know which would be the best and fastest way - should I merry him in DR or should I apply for the fiance visa here in the US ?
A US citizen can sponsor an illegal alien spouse who entered the country legally for a green card despite the 20 year overstay. However if the alien entered the USA illegally then you can still sponsor him after marriage but you will need to file a waiver of inadmissibility to overcome the illegal...Read more »
If you are a US citizen and dad entered the country legally then you could sponsor him for a green card. His intent to enter must have been to visit if he was on a B visa, and later on changed to wanting to remain here permanently. If he concealed his intent when he entered the US, then that could...Read more »
I filed for divorce after my wife left me for another man. I am a retired us veteran who spent two years in the Veterans I will pay child support, that is not the issue, but if I refuse to pay this amount can I eat elect to go to jail instead and then no longer be financially responsible for that... Read more »
If a person willfully violates a court order then the judge can hold the defendant in contempt of court and said person can be subject to arrest and incarceration. However if the order can not be complied with due to a change in circumstances then application to the court can be made to modify the...Read more »
Hi . My boyfriend came to USA crossing the border . But since I m a USA citizen we will get married so he can get his green card license. But I'm scared about my family knowing I want to keep it a secret until the right time .will all the documents come in my address is there a way I can put... Read more »
If boyfriend crossed the border Illegally then your case is not a guarantee for approval. He will need to file a waiver and demonstrate that you would suffer extreme hardship if he was not allowed to remain here.
You can sponsor her for a fiancé visa. If you’ve met already, you wouldn’t have to travel there to get married. Once her k fiancé visa is approved she and her 2 kids could travel here. You’d need to marry within 90 days then she and the kids could adjust status to obtain green cards....Read more »
His wife and daughter can apply at the US Consulate in Mexico for visitor visas. They will have to demonstrate sufficient ties to their home country to convince the consular officer that they will most likely return after their visit is complete.
There was a car accident and my daughter was killed. My husband was driving so there charging him with her death. He is in jail and they want a lot of money to get him out. I can't find help,everyone wants Alot of money i don't have,hes suffering and my family is suffering. Someone please help me!!!
The short answer is yes IF when you entered the US, your intent was to visit but then later that changed to intending to marry due to a change in circumstances. Don’t get married prior to 90 days since entry.
There are several options. The most expedient pathway is the fiancé visa. If you have physically met your boyfriend within 2 years of filing then you can sponsor him for his K visa. Upon entry and marriage within 90 days, he can adjust status to acquire his green card. The fiancé visa process...Read more »
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