I really want to help my mother become a u.s citizen. Just dont know what steps to take .shes been here in the u.s for 26 plus years .I just dont want mom getting deported and my lil brother of 11 years to not have my mom here . Also is there an estimate on how much it would be if this was possible?
I have feeling that I have stuck in name check since I have no criminal record at all. Do you have any idea how the biometric and name check of FBI works and how long the applicant should consider the delay is abnormal !! And... View More
Based on the brief information you shared, it seems that she would be eligible for a passport. That said, you should contact an experienced immigration attorney to provide further information and discuss.
Childs father was put in jail when child was 5, and subsequently deported.child is now 11 years old, they do have contact but via the internet only.he has not provided a penny of support obviously in all this time, i do not even have a physical address out of the country for him. I only care for... View More
Is the daughter eligible for Adjustment of Status if the Mom petitions with I-130? Her tourist visa expires in 4 months. Also, considering applying for a tourist visa extension for another 6 months. Looking into options to avoid travel back to Asia, maybe permanently? Thank you
My Green Card will expire next year on April 07, 2021. Rather than renew it i want to apply for citizenship. i have been living in this country since Oct, 1995. I feel the only thing that conflicts with me being approved Citizenship is the misdemeanor charges i received from 2001 and 2012. Both... View More
Often this comes down to the discretion of the immigration officer. More details would be required on the more recent incident to give you a more concrete answer. You should contact a qualified immigration attorney for advice.
My daughter has been dating a young man who is a daca participant. He’s from Guatemala. He has no criminal record. He graduated from high school and is now 20 I’m concerned about their future is there a path to citizenship? Would they be safe to marry?
Your daughter is free to marry anyone she chooses. The question is, what benefits are available to her fiance once married? This situation should be discussed, in detail, with an experienced immigration attorney.
The first page of the instructions of the FORM I-129F indicates that you are required to meet your fiance unless you can establish that meeting your fiancé in person will (1) violate strict and long - established customs of your fiance’s foreign culture /social practice or (2) result in extreme... View More
Hi I am not a US citizen, my wife is a green card holder, we got married in my country a year ago and we just got our first child in the US, she has to live and stay in the US and I want to move there with her, what is the fastest way to do so? I don't want to leave her and my child alone... View More
The fiance visa typically takes 6-8 months and is generally the fastest way to get a loved one here. If you'd like to see if you qualify, you should contact a qualified immigration attorney for assistance. Having done thousands of these, many from Russia, I can also tell you that it will help...View More
I am an American citizen and my husband is South African. We married in the US in 2017 while he was visiting on a visitor's visa and moved back to South Africa 2 months after. We have been living in South Africa for 2 years and now want to move to the US. He qualifies for a IR-1 visa, but we... View More
Your question has many variables and you should discuss your situation with a qualified immigration attorney. Based on what you've stated, it seems that under certain circumstances your husband would be able to remain in the USA.
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