An I-130 marriage based petition would be your only true option. While the K3 visa exists still on paper, it is now administratively cancelled once the i-130 is approved, virtually guaranteeing that it will never be processed. Essentially, the K-3 process isn't even worth considering and is a...Read more »
I would like to know if it is possible to obtain a US Work Visa as a german citizen by incorporating a Company in the United States and hiring yourself as the CEO of that exact same company. Technically that would make you an employee of that company and therefore you should be able to get a US... Read more »
Hi I am currently on h1b and my wife on h4 from India came to US from India on f1 Visa.My parents are permanent resident and I have one Brother who is US citizen through spouse. I don't have anyone back home In India. I have 3 kids all US citizens . I don't have my green card petition filed yet... Read more »
I have a status of LPR. In January 2019 I submitted I-130 form for my wife. In February 2019 our son is born. Is it possible to add him to that petition I have already submitted for my wife or I should submit separate petition for my son?
The Philippines doesn't recognize divorce. If a US citizen marries in the Philippines, then divorces in the US, can they petition for a K1 visa for a Filipino EU resident and then marry in the US? It seems to me that as long as that US citizen doesn't return to the Philippines, all's well, but any... Read more »
I’m in removal proceedings I filed I-589 defensively in court with IJ and have an Individual hearing Schedule for 2021, I filed ead c08 when 150 days were elapsed on my asylum application my ead was denied letter saying U filed ead before reaching 150 days. I just reapply my ead and 231 days... Read more »
About submitting I-864 Affidavit of Support, I am applying for my husband. My total income in tax return 2018 was $22000 which $9000 of that was from self employed working type. I begin a new job exactly six months ago from 11-04-2018 until today 17-5-2019, I have a letter of employment and pay... Read more »
You can apply for citizenship at anytime after you've been a Green Card holder residing in the US for 5 years. However, your criminal charge, if convicted, can pose a serious threat to actually being granted citizenship. You should contact an experienced immigration attorney for advice.
On May 13, 1983 I was granted a Leave to Remain in the UK for an indefinite period visa and since then I have maintained this status by not staying outside the UK for more than two years. During my last visit on July 29, 2018 the border force immigration officer in Edinburgh stamped my passport... Read more »
And we applied for green card. So now I can’t be an F-1 student anymore and I’m confused about my admission. can I study? And if I can what rights I’ll have? (Paying like an international student or resident?)
My university can’t answer me on that and they are saying I need to talk... Read more »
The K1 visa is a single entry visa. If you leave before adjusting status, you will not be able to return without either Advanced Parole or starting over with a marriage based petition. As this is a complex issue, you should contact an experienced immigration attorney for advice.
The LPR was sponsored by a U.S. citizen relative and has been in the U.S. for almost 4 years. Her spouse resides overseas and visits her regularly on his tourist visa. Recently the LPR was diagnosed with stage 3 cancer and requires immediate treatment, so, her spouse got to the U.S. right away to... Read more »
Generally no, because the I-130 won't be current to file for Adjustment of Status. However, the spouse can file a visitor visa extension if they need to stay longer than six months. You should contact an experienced immigration attorney for help.
Yes, as long as you come back before it expires. That said, you should have an extension letter by that point from filing for removal of conditions. You should contact an experienced immigration attorney for assistance.
I have been married for 5 years. I received my card 04/01/2014 and I just seen it expired 04/01/2016. We are still happily married. What can I do to fix this, what are my options? We are on a very limited budget.
Just received approval for an i130 my wife who is a citizen submitted two yrs ago we were waiting for it for hearing but was told by another attorney today that we had zero to no chance that I will not be deported unless my wife or son were extremely sick i was pretty much just told to get my... Read more »
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