My brother lied in his DS-160 form in 2013 while applying for b1/b2. He mentioned fake college name and degree in the form.The same info was repeated again in 2018 while filling DS-160 while renewing b1/b2 .He still has valid b1/b2 but is worried about future and wants to amend the mistake he made... Read more »
You definitely should consult with an immigration attorney to evaluate this situation and determine next steps. Misrepresentation to obtain an immigration benefit is a very serious matter and can have serious consequences to your brother's future ability to travel to the United States.
A number of factors need to be reviewed in any immigration situation to determine what, if anything, will affect the filing of an I-140, or any similar application for status. Details need to be evaluated in total when you are ready to file a new petition or change status and should be done...Read more »
This requires more information and a more detailed look at your specific situation, including what type of immigration status or matter you are dealing with, what you were denied for, where you appealed, and the circumstances around that. If you had an attorney help you file the appeal, you should...Read more »
Hi, me and my husband has attempted to send in our I-485 document twice now and have failed every time because of missing documents. We are filling our I-130 and I-485 concurrently. The I-130 has been submitted online and we are now trying to send in the I-485. Our I-485 packet now includes a check... Read more »
As stated in other replies, what documentation you need depends entirely on your situation. If your documents have been rejected twice now, it would be a good idea for you and your husband to work with an immigration attorney to ensure a proper filing, and proper supporting evidence.
This depends on your background - your work history, your education outside of the U.S., any recognition you may have received for your work or area of expertise, whether you have a job offer, what that job offer is and a number of other factors. For a visa or green card is not always necessary to...Read more »
I am on J1 and applied for COS into dependent O3 visa. Can I tell my employer and move with my husband within a month. Will it be safe to assume that becuase my I 94 expires in 2021 and I applied for COS in March, I can still make a move. Or my status will be jeopardized because of cancellation of... Read more »
If you have not already done so, you should schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney to review your situation. The answer to your question requires a number of details best done in a consultation with an attorney to ensure you take the steps necessary to maintain your status.
Hi mom has b2 visa issued in 2014, she visited me in 2014 for 6 months. Her second visit was on 4rd nov 2018 to 3rd may 2019 to help me with my newborn. Recently I got job and want my mom’s help so booked a ticket for her 28th June 2019(58 days after she left USA). Is there a chance she can be... Read more »
There is always a chance anyone will be denied entry at port; however, unless there is some other issue present, this does not seem likely in this scenario. Without speaking to you to understand the details and any potential issues your mom could face at the border, I cannot provide a more...Read more »
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