Can i file the petition as if she is in her home country to have a interview in that embassy or do i file with her Canada address and she will get an interview for U.S. Embassy in Canada. Thanks for your help.
It is important to be truthful when completing immigration petitions. For purposes of completing the I-130 and any subsequent forms, you should list the address of where your wife (beneficiary) currently resides. Assuming your petition is approved, she can attend the immigrant visa interview at a...Read more »
I am a pastor and U.S. citizen who is soon to become a dual citizen of the U.S. & Canada. I have lived on either side of the boder at various times but would like to maintain residency in both countries while currently employed/living in Canada if possible.
Please note that naturalization eligibility is dependent on several other factors, beyond the permanent residency time-period requirement. Please see USCIS naturalization eligibility instructions at:...Read more »
Her mom came here illegally. But she (16) and her brother (18) were born here legally. Her mom is facing charges of deportation but I know if you are 21 you can apply for your parents to get citizenship. Would there be any options (even green card marriage if necessary)
Yes, you must be truthful... you are required to disclose all arrests. You must also provide arrest records and case disposition documentation. Gather these documents and consult with an immigration lawyer, in order to get an informed legal opinion on the chances of your case. Good luck!...Read more »
Apply for your green card renewal as soon as possible. While your green card renewal is pending USCIS may be able to provide a stamp in your passport, which serves as temporary evidence of your status as a permanent resident. The stamp is known as the I-551 temporary evidence stamp. Schedule a...Read more »
Are we able to go to the courthouse and get married or what do we have to do I've been trying to reach the immigration lawyer and have got no response and no help we would love to get married this year. He works and does everything a US citizen does but doesn't have citizenship.. please help he's... Read more »
Hello... check with your local county clerk on the marriage licence requirements in your state. In regards to your immigration question, generally you can petition for your spouse as an immediate relative; however, whether he can adjust within the US or apply for his green card at the consulate...Read more »
I'm currently unemployed right now and in the middle of job search, so was wondering how many w2 forms do i need to show and just how much salary am I supposed to earn to show that I can support her, because I have some internship opportunities but they don't pay well. Thank you
What if someone got a letter from immigration with not name on who it was for, can that person get in trouble for not taking action on that letter. If so what kind of legal consequences come with that ?
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