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Q: I’m on the process of I751 and have to go back home emergency but my visa expires on July what should I do
Juan Antonio Arreola
Juan Antonio Arreola answered on May 1, 2019

Generally, a conditional resident's status will be extended for 18 months if your I-751 petition was timely filed. During that time conditional residents are typically allowed to work and travel abroad. However, it is very important that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney, who may... Read more »

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Q: My daughter has a boyfriend from Canada, who really wants to come here, so they can be together. What can they do?
Juan Antonio Arreola
Juan Antonio Arreola answered on Mar 24, 2019

A fiancé visa may be an option for your daughter and her boyfriend. However, they should consult with an experienced immigration attorney, as there are several requirements for such visas.

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