Yes. You sponsor him both as a US citizen wife and also sponsor him in your capacity as his financial guarantor. You wear two hats. If you don’t have the financial means to qualify then you can engage the help of a joint financial sponsor.
Will I be able to be sponsored by them without a problem? I have been working in the US for the time being and paying taxes even after the EAD expired and I have 3 other U.S citizen children under the age of 21.
the american embassy denied 2 times her visa, to visit me in the US. I even wrote a invite letter, but they not even looked at it. Only thing they ask her, what is your purpose to fly to the US. What can we do, that she can come to visit me for 2 weeks. PS. She has 2 Javanese kids 24 and 16. And a... Read more »
The embassy probably thinks she’s at high risk of not returning due to her personal and financial situation. Would marriage to you , a US citizen, solve this problem?Probably yes if you can convince the consulate that she married for love. If that is the ultimate goal then retain counsel here in...Read more »
If a person is a citizen and has parents who are over 70 years of age, who came into the Country legally, with a tourist visa, but then the visa expired. Can the citizen apply for the parents to have a permanent visa or citizenship?
The answer is absolutely yes. A US citizen over 21 can file for their parents and as long as parents entered the country legally, they can adjust status to get green cards despite that their tourist visas have expired. The new law requires each parent to file a declaration of self sufficiency as...Read more »
So I’m trying to get married to my girlfriend. She’s in the uk and im in the us. I know how the immigrant marriage visa process works to get her here. But how do I get married to her in the first place if you’re not allowed to marry on a tourist visa?(as this can ban her from the us... Read more »
She can marry you on a visitor visa provided she intends to return to the UK to process at her home consulate for her spousal visa. Another option is the fiancé visa. If you have met in the last two years, she can apply for her fiancé visa then get married within 90 days of entering the US, then...Read more »
It’s probably a distinction without a difference. Both murder 1 and felony murder carry a life sentence. The felony murder rule states that if any death occurs during the commission of a dangerous/violent felony then all the actors involved will go down for murder 1. Aside from the criminal case,...Read more »
Yes she can sue her parents. She should discuss her case with counsel here in Florida about possible representation. The owners homeowner insurance policy benefits could be a possible source of recovery if the harm done to her could be deemed negligent as opposed to intentional.
You have to marry within 90 days of admittance with a k visa. You do not have to file adjustment of status within 90 days. You can file after the 90 days. Keep in mind your fiancé cannot work or travel until the EAD and travel permit is issued.
Parties to a contract have the right to negotiate terms relating to unforeseen events; and how any risks associated with said events would be assumed by the parties. That being said you should retain counsel to fully review the contract to determine your rights and make attempts to negotiate a...Read more »
No. Only US citizens can sponsor their fiancé for a k visa. Marry her overseas and have her process at the US consulate for her green card. Consider working with an attorney to represent you throughout the lifetime of the case. It’s a year long process with a lot of twists and turns. Good luck.
Hi, I am currently studying in the USA and hold F-1 Visa status. My wife is a US citizen. We wanted to apply for the immigration status this month. Do these new restrictions preclude our chances of applying to it?
Under the fact pattern you described, you can adjust status to obtain your work permit and green card as long as you meet other requirements that would not render you inadmissible. Consider working with counsel. Some of us charge a very affordable flat fee for representation that would last...Read more »
On March 15, I went into a local Pinellas County Pawn Shop and was denied my 2nd amendment right to purchase a firearm because my Concealed Weapons License stated that I was White. The Pawn Shop salesman stated that I "Looked black to him" and "There's a black guy standing in... Read more »
You may have a case. More facts would be needed. Of course if the employee denied you service on the basis that your identification did not match your picture on the concealed weapons permit then they may have a non discriminatory reason for denying you service. More facts are needed. Discuss with...Read more »
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