As the questions says, I currently have a study permit for school in Canada. I am currently taking time off and want to travel to the US, will I have an issue coming back into Canada if they ask me about if I am currently taking classes and I say no?
You need to have permission to enter both countries such as a travel visa in order to travel back and forth. You will need a visa to travel to the U.S. unless you are on ESTA or Canadian. For specific questions on whether you can return on the type of status you currently appear to possess for...Read more »
US birth certificate. Isn't this city overreach and illegal to use taxpayer money on children (or the children of parents who are here illegally) who are not born in this country and do not speak English (putting other children behind) and do not have legal status?
I am a single mom of my 4 year old daughter. I have been solely responsible for her care and upkeep since her birth. Her father refused vehemently to be part of our lives and to be listed on the birth certificate, so space for father was left vacant. I intend on relocating to Canada with my... Read more »
Coincidentally my daughters father and I have the same surname but we are not married. Our names are written on her birth certificate. Would this raise any questions with immigration as I plan to relocate with her to Canada via permanent residence route. Is there any additional document I need to... Read more »
You should put the child's father's name on his or her birth certificate. Or, if the father is not known or does not want to be in the child's life, you can leave it blank. DNA tests can confirm paternity in case the government raises doubts.
I am a single mom to my 4 year old daughter. I do not know the whereabout or identity of her father. In other for her to be issued a birth certificate, my uncle that bears the same surname as me signed as her father. I am in the process of immigrating to Canada through the Federal skilled program.... Read more »
Canadian immigration law questions are best brought up with a Canadian immigration attorney because Canadian law is different from U.S. law. That being said, putting the name of another relative who is not the father on your child's birth certificate is a bad idea. Many people before you have...Read more »
My husband and I were discussing him coming to visit me during this pandemic (for personal health reasons), but I'm not sure if it's entirely possible. He's a foreign national (German) who resides in Germany. I know with the travel ban against the Schengen Area, he would generally be... Read more »
2016 I came to the United States with my German daughter (no us papers) she is only here on an esta. Tried filing for passport for her but she keeps getting denied. She is not granted citizenship because I have not lived in the states prior to her birth.us consulate in Germany said I have to go... Read more »
How long after the approval of i130 can a prospective immigrant wait to submit an affidavit from someone who meets the current guidelines? My husband lost his job, Im not sure if our approved i130 can "expire" if we dont go ahead with the immigration process soon. I dont know anyone else... Read more »
You can apply now but you will not get a green card until the waiver is approved, possibly requiring you to request delaying adjudication of the pending I-485. I hope you have a reputable immigration attorney handling your case as these types of waivers are highly complex.
Hi there: If there was only one unlawful entry and he has no other disqualifying immigration or criminal history, there may be a way through filing an alien relative petition followed by an unlawful presence waiver if you are a U.S. citizen or green card holder. This is a highly complex process so...Read more »
I am a Lawful Permanent Resident and have been recently laid off due to lack of work. My question is whether receiving unemployment benefit will be a ground for termination of my Green Card or deportation or preventing me from becoming a U.S. citizen in future?
Currently you cannot be denied citizenship for LAWFULLY receiving assistance but it can be an issue in several scenarios such as wanting to sponsor someone or if you want to travel abroad. Furthermore the current administration is trying everything they can to disqualify immigrants who have...Read more »
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