I am married to a US citizen and have been for over 3yrs, I have been in the US since Aug 2018. I have been working and providing for my family since October 2020 which means my wife and stepdaughter now rely on my presence and income in our family. I haven't received my rejection notice yet... Read more »
You really need to see what the rejection notice says. You then need to gather all the evidence of your marriage and make an appointment to see a an immigration lawyer. There could be a very specific reason for the rejection that you say is coming or it could be something general....Read more »
You must have either a sponsoring family member or a sponsoring employer or a few other very narrow categories to qualify for a green card in the USA. If you do not have these options you most likely cannot get a green card. The process can be time consuming. If you go to the USA without proper...Read more »
You can bring her here on a fiance visa. That visa allows her to come here and you can get married within 90 days. You complete the various paperwork necessary for the application and submit it to USCIS and she gets an interview at the consulate in her country when the application is approved. At...Read more »
You did not say what the mistake was. If it something that you have the correct document to prove what you say, prepare to take it to the interview. When you go to the interview you can also indicate that such and such was a mistake. Some mistakes can be explained easily. Others need much...Read more »
Using the information you provided, if your wife is a permanent resident that is also known as a green card holder. The next step could be for her have her conditions removed, with you filing what is called jointly. The documents would include the I -751 application to remove conditions and...Read more »
My husband is an American Citizen, He lives in USA; I am Ecuadorian living in Ecuador. We married recently and will start the permanent resident process, but I wonder if during that process my visa is revoked because I travel every month to see him. Many people has told us that I won’t be able to... Read more »
Many persons have visitors' visas that they travel to the USA on while their permanent residence is being processed. They often do so without any problems. Make sure that you are honest when you get to the USA and advise the border control security that your husband is petitioning for you when...Read more »
The certificate of naturalization proves you are now an American citizen. That is the document that you will need as well as the other documents that show your relationship with the beneficiary. You will send a copy of all the documents not the originals. Good luck!
I am 51 year-old male with 2 daughters and a spouse. My spouse, I and our older daughter (22) recently became Unites States citizen (N-600). My younger child still holds a green card. She is 17 years old (born in 2004). What form do we need to fill out next for her to become a US citizen.... Read more »
A parent has to sign the forms for your 17 year old daughter. Proof of the fact that she is medicaid is required. You can submit a waiver request and wait for approval. You also can sign and submit the N600 for the 17 year old as she now has US citizenship because of your naturalization.
The processing times are varying widely now. There are reports of persons getting visitor's visa interviews set for 2023. If you have a medical emergency the situation might be examined with some urgency and early dates set. Good luck.
Her sponsor is her ex's sister. They have been mistreating her and trying to get her to go back to him. There has not been physical violence but she works with her sponsor. She only wants out of her sponsor. She works hard and wants to stay in the united states but doesn't know what she... Read more »
Your friend needs to make sure she has her passport with her at all times to avoid any problems with the sponsor. You mention she has a sponsor but is on a visitor's visa and that she was engaged. Usually someone on a visitor's visa does not need a sponsor so it is a bit confusing when...Read more »
For certain types of firearms a background check may be necessary before you can get a licence to carry a firearm. Remember that a firearm license is not usually transferable across state lines. If you are a green card holder for example, you will usually need to show your green card and SSN and...Read more »
You need to consult a lawyer immediately. You need to take all your documents with you, such as your green card so that the lawyer can speak specifically about your case. That form is used when someone is abandoning their status as a green card holder. If you are in the USA it can't be said...Read more »
You need to let the criminal lawyer know about your immigration status. You should also talk to an immigration lawyer. The information will help to figure out what you do at court to give you the best outcomes in the circumstances. The offense and what can happen can open up all sorts of negatives...Read more »
It seems as if you filed a joint application for the removal of conditions. That means you and your spouse put the documents in and so now if you file for divorce other documents and information is needed. You should talk immediately with a lawyer to understand all that is needed.
There is no waiting period. You will have to prove that you have been accepted as a student at an educational institution and that you will be able to finance your education in the USA as well as finance all other expenses that will be incurred while living as a student. International students are...Read more »
Your student visa most likely does not allow you to do this type of work. You have to follow the terms of the visa to avoid problems. If you are employed that brings up a lot of issues that may cause problems in the future.
I filled i-130 for my mother ( she currently lives outside USA ) her Receipt date is May,20, 2021 and current date is may,2021. My question is when my mother case date become current what is the next step for me to get her immigration visa?
If and when her case is approved you will be notified and be expected to start submitting the required documents on the CEAC website. You will get detailed instructions about this. In the meantime, it makes sense to start thinking about the affidavit of service, ensuring your tax returns are up to...Read more »
I am not recognized as a citizen according to the social security administration. The issue is that I don't have any supporting documents other than a lost and expired us passport. They advised that I get an immigration lawyer.
Hi. You need to find all the documents that can support your claim and take them to a lawyer. Ask your parents about such documents as well. Justia and the American Immigration Lawyers Association both have lawyer directories that you can check to choose a lawyer to talk to about this issue. Good...Read more »
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