There is no process. People can write or call the immigration authorities. I suggest that you and your wife make sure you have proof of the marriage to submit. This include things like copies of leases with both your names, joint bank accounts and so on. You have to prove that your marriage is real.
my child s american as her father that abandon me when i got pregnant. now i m filling child support case after 6 y raising her alone and in brazil she s not having a education and no good quality of life. is the judy that will handle my child support can granted me visa for me be with her in usa... Read more »
The judge dealing with the child support can't grant you a visa. Visitors visa to the USA are issued by the US consulate in your country after a successful application. There are several types of visas to live permanently in the USA. Those involve someone successfully filing a petition, such...Read more »
They charged me with strangulation and assault but I didn’t do it, because i have an accent they say the body cam says I admitted to it( not true). They also said I had former charges that they pinned on me but the charges date back to the 90s when I was still a child in Jamaica. My public... Read more »
You should immediately contact an immigration lawyer from the JUSTIA directory or the American Immigration Lawyers Association directory. Pleading guilty to criminal offenses can have extremely serious results like deportation if you are not a US citizen. Even if you are a citizen a guilty plea can...Read more »
GOOD MORNING I have a problem and I don't know how to deal with it. I am from Tunisia (22 years old) I have a Tunisian sister who lives in Bastan. She has American citizenship, along with her children and husband My mother also has a ten-year visa. I want to go to work and live with them,... Read more »
It depends on what the pastor is coming to do. If the pastor is coming to teach congregants, preach at services and such gatherings a specific visa is needed. The reason is that the pastor will in effect be working. If the pastor is coming as a guest who will not do any of these things but only to...Read more »
You need to immediately get more specific advice from a lawyer. No one is allowed to simply take another person's documents like that of to threaten them. There is a lawyer directory on this site and you can also go on the American Immigration Lawyers Assn and find a lawyer on their directory.
The RFE asked on March 15 2021 was for a tax paper. I would like to stall the process for a while. How long do i have before i must submit this paper and proceed for the interview and also avoid revokal
The reason is i am winding up and selling my properties which is taking time... Read more »
My 10 year green card expires is 2025 (Swedish citizenship). I just got a remote job opportunity as a full time contractor for a Canadian company. Can I legally be paid by them and not run into issues? I will be living in the US still.
What would be the proper forms to fill out? For him and his wife? He left at the age of 15. Graduated top of his class from HS went onto graduating from College in Fire Science to be a fire fighter. He has ties to the local fire dept in which he will be living. And will be sworn in as soon as he is... Read more »
Unless your son took steps to make sure he did not abandon his green card, such as coming to the USA often over the years and paying his taxes when he became an adult, he may be considered to have abandoned his Legal Permanent Resident status. Gather up all his paperwork and find a lawyer on the...Read more »
You said she asked you to "pay her for help with my status adjustment." That is marriage based visa fraud and can cause many problems. You said she is acting manipulative. You need to really consider what is happening. You should seek more indepth advice from a lawyer from the directory...Read more »
You can. However, a USCIS officer might say that you were actually lying about what you were coming to the USA to do in the first place. This is especially if you do not plan to return home after the ceremony and file for adjustment of status here in the USA.
On spouse beneficiary.. i tried $400/$500/$550 and got rejected but someone told its free all you need is to send it with i-485 receipt but I didn’t receive one, I received that they will need me to submit i-693 form(medical exam) when they send me an interview for i-485 .. what should i do ??
You need to talk with an attorney ASAP. It sounds as if you are being rejected because something is missing. Don't submit a fourth time without at least talking with a lawyer who can look at all the documents and your specific situation. Justia has a lawyers directory and so does the American...Read more »
my father lives in Greece, is Georgian citizen. I am applying I-130 for him, how should I answer the question Was the beneficiary EVER in immigration proceedings? as he has never been in states, but he has been an lawful residence in Greece . And never had any issues with immigration in Greece .... Read more »
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