This seems so crazy to me but I'm actually asking these questions on behalf of my 60 year old significant other who was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1960. His mother married an officer in the US military who was stationed somewhere over on that side of the world back then. They married.... Read more »
Hey, you may be able to access his immigration records through the freedom of information act. You may need to know the case number for his moms application. Perhaps Kim is also a beneficiary of his stepfathers US citizenship. It is best to consulte an experienced immigration attorney before...Read more »
I am a US citizen petitioning my husband. We have an approved I 130 and submitted all the documents including I 864 to NVC and they have been accepted. Right now we are just waiting for them to give us an interview date at the American embassy. Our physical address is in Mexico but our mailing... Read more »
We are now living in Europe, but would like to visit family. Prior to deportation, he was arrested and plead no contest to one charge and the other two were dropped. Our lawyer at the time failed to tell us that a no contest plea was basically the same as guilty in the rulings of immigration law.... Read more »
Good morning. Your husband should be able to reapply for a tourist visa and include a waiver for non-immigrant visas. Contact an experienced immigration attorney to help with the process to avoid complications.
Please remember that this is not legal advice and does not create client lawyer...Read more »
Hey, Are you the US Citizen petitiner in this case? If your spouse is currently in your home country, then he/she will apply for greencard through consulate processing which means- from outside the US.
If your spouse is in the US already and your petition is approved, then you will need...Read more »
A friend of mine has been living in the US since June 2009. He became a permanent resident in July 2011. His permanent resident card needs to be renewed before July 2021 (he has been here a little over 11 years now).
He was just recently given a citation. It says he was in violation of... Read more »
Hey, a misdemeanor could affect the approval of a greencard renewal. Your friend has to discussed with a criminal attorney about the consequences this charge. Your friend should also schedule a consultation with a competent immigration attorney. Many law firms, including mine, offer telephone or...Read more »
Hey, under the public charge rule, the USCIS will consider whether the intending immigrant has received or will be eligible to receive public benefits in the future. Last month, there was a temporary hold on i-944 but it seems to apply to certain states- NY-VT-CT- USCIS has been quite about the...Read more »
Hi, the notice of action is simply acknowledging the receipt of your documents and the next steps. If it not accompanied by an actual benefit card like a Permanent resident or EAD card, it cannot be used as proof of benefit by itself.
I'm applying for my spouse an I-130 petition. I have never filed a petition for any one before, however, I applied for my wife an I-129F (Finace Visa) and it got approved, also, I once was a sponsor for my mother and filed an affidavit of support (i-864) but I was not the petitioner, my sister... Read more »
Hi . My boyfriend came to USA crossing the border . But since I m a USA citizen we will get married so he can get his green card license. But I'm scared about my family knowing I want to keep it a secret until the right time .will all the documents come in my address is there a way I can put... Read more »
Hey, contact an Immigration Attorney before you file to ensure that your boyfriend can prove lawful admission. Lawful admission is required for adjustment of status to greencard holder. Otherwise, the applicant needs to return to his country and file through consulate process.
My fiance (now wife) came to the US on a K1 visa, we got married, and submitted our I-485 and associated forms (I-944, I-131, I-765, and I-865). We received a notice of action (I-797C) in the mail that our packet was received.
Due to COVID, things seem uncertain at my current employer. I... Read more »
I agree with the first answer. Your forms will not be invalid due to changes in employment. Moreover, your history of income over the past 3 years will be evaluated through your tax returns , any new changes can be updated during the interview.
Hey, I’d say just wait for the decision on the first application. You can contact the USCIS or check the status of your case online. If you need help checking online, I’d be happy to help. Give me a call.
My Iranian wife and I married May of this year, we fell in love in grad school (I am a US citizen by the way). We married during COVID quarantine and I’m not close to my family, so only a few of her family members could Skype in.
How can we best mitigate issues with our green card application?
I am an immigrant and i have nobody here than my kids. I divorced due to abuse and still my ex trying hard to make my life harder. I feel like i am not stable financially and that my kids are suffering being with me. I have decided to change state and work hard till i get stable but the problem is,... Read more »
Hi, the requirements for US citizenship does not require having children even if the children are from your sponsoring spouse. If you have had your GC for up to 5 years and you do not have any criminal record, you are in a good position to apply for U.S citizenship. Let me know how I can help....Read more »
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