My husband and I were scheduled for our interview for change of status (I-130). We were having marital trouble and did not attend the interview. We have been to counseling and have decided to continue with the marriage but we already recieved the letter that the case was denied and I reinstated my... Read more »
Yes, since you are back together, your husband should refile I-130. Make sure to collect all the documents showing that your marriage is bona fide for your interview - including evidence of marriage counseling. Good luck!
I was in the court for deportation proceedings and my relief was based on asylum but I haven’t filed yet. Can I go ahead and marry my Girl and change my status or I have to still file for asylum. Aside, how soon do I have to ?
Hi you can not change status since you are in removal proceedings with the immigration court. You should marry your GF and ask her to file family based petition for you. At your next Master Hearing with the court, file your asylum application and tell the judge that you are now married and your...Read more »
My son filed i-130 for me and concurrently filed i-485, i-131 and i-765. I completed the biometric. Can i travel before receiving reentry permit? My son can mail me the document before i fly back. the national center processing time shows 6-8 month for processing i-131 and i need to travel before... Read more »
I am married to US Citizen for little over 2 years and I have conditional GC.
He started to be very mean, he insults me, doesn't want to work, always have some excuse. He is often in a bad mood and in that case he says such a bad things to me. Even though I am the one supporting us in each... Read more »
While you still married, collect all documents showing that your marriage is bona fide( real marriage). Same documents that you have collected for your marriage interview. After your divorce, immidiately file removal of condition on residency application based on bona fine marriage exemption to...Read more »
I read that Mexican nationals who have a valid TN work visa stamped in their passport can change employers by presenting the required letter from the new employer and other supporting evidence directly to the CBP at a Port of Entry. The applicant must pay $50 plus a $6 fee for the new I-94.... Read more »
For a new employment you need to obtain a new TN visa. Yes you can request visa at the port of entry- just call Atlanta airoport to make sure that they have NAFTA officer to adjudicate your TN What documents to present really depends on the position that you are applying. If your position requires...Read more »
I have been married for a year in May 2019. I got my 2 year green card in February 2019 which is valid till February 2021. Do i remove conditions on my green card within 90 days of my second marriage anniversary or is it 90 days of the GC expiration date?
Hi , my first h1b approved on oct 2017 and I started working from April 2018 . Due to some reasons , my project didn’t go well and my employer not able to continue the project . So, he finds a sub contracting opportunity for me and I started there to work in new location . Since vendors involved,... Read more »
Usually if you file amended H1B petition for your new employer and your new position is substantially similar to your previous position you should be OK. However your case is more complicated since your petition was revoked after your filed an amended petition. I would take a copy of the...Read more »
I m legal permanent residence and i have applied immigration for my husband in 4 april 2017 ? Its been 25 months and the date is also current on website but i have not recived any approval letter or medical letter or any other letter... can any one help me and tell me when can i get approval???
Unfortunately everything takes longer now days. What you can do is to request case status on- line. Sometimes it helps to expedite the case. On line status request link is on the " check your case status" page. Hope this will help.
His Visa was renewed May of last year and it was for 3 years. I am afraid that he will loose status once i petition him (be in limbo). I want to know so we can prepare and save money if I will be the only provider. Am i wrong?
Your husband can continue working for his employer while your marriage-based petition and his adjustment of status application will be pending. He will list his current non-immigrant status in his adjustment of status application.
On May 17th I received the letter from USCIS saying that my new green card contains an error. They said I have to send it back in order for them to send me a new corrected card. I have a trip booked to Russia on May 28th and I cannot cancel it cause my flight has no insurance on it and was booked a... Read more »
You can not go outside of the US without green card. Make Infopass appointment with your local USCIS office ( you can schedule it on USCIS website), go there with the copy of the correspondence you received from the USCIS and a copy of your ticket and ask them to stamp your passport with the...Read more »
Every time she gets into the country she gets send out to a secondary interrogation because of something that happened 40 years ago. My grandmother who was diagnosed a bipolar person, left a store without paying for some merchandise. My mom was with her. They were taken to the police but no charges... Read more »
Since your are saying that no charges were pressed agains your mom, the case most likely was dismissed. You can request a certified copy of disposition ( or judgment entry) in the court that had jurisdiction over her case. Hopefully they still have the recotds(or can request it from the archives).
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