answered on Feb 18, 2023
This would depend on state-specific law and your individual circumstances.
I would suggest you speak to a family law attorney first (depending on where you reside) and later look into any immigration relief you may be eligible for.
I’m in asylum process she help to get papers to previous husbands
answered on Oct 19, 2022
Hi - Thank you for your question!
Generally, the asylum process could take years to get to the final stage. If eventually, you do in fact get married, you should maybe consider the marriage-immigration process. However, I would have to ask a few follow-up questions regarding your entry and... Read more »
Hello! My mother's current passport has a small spelling mistake (an extra character added to last name). She has already used this passport and traveled to the US with it. Before applying for her green card, we will try to amend the mistake and get her a new passport issued with the correct... Read more »
answered on Jul 29, 2022
Hi - Thank you for your case description and for explaining your concerns.
Most USCIS forms have a section/question where it asks whether the applicant has used other names in the past or at present - That may be a good starting point for you in disclosing that.
With regard to... Read more »
I studied architecture finished all courses but never got my degree, I gained 5 years of experience on an specific field in Mexico. I’m currently in the US, fell in love with someone and would not want to risk having to leave the US to complete a process for a work visa to work in my field.
answered on May 3, 2022
Is the person you fell in love with in the United States a U.S. Citizen or legal permanent resident (green card holder)?
As long as you had the intention of returning to your country of origin during your recent entry into the U.S. with the tourist visa you may... Read more »
answered on Feb 26, 2022
This depends on your individual circumstances and on your immigration history.
In general, the period of authorized stay in the United States on a tourist visa is 6 months, but always verify the actual stamp on your passport because it is there where you will be... Read more »
answered on Jan 19, 2022
Hi - thank you for your question. The case status would depend on who petitioned for your sister and the country.
The below links might be helpful for you:
1. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/legal/visa-law0/visa-bulletin/2022/visa-bulletin-for-january-2022.html... Read more »
Hi, I have some doubts on the address that I need to put on the ds 160. My fiancee is currently living in a room and is looking for a 1bedroom apartment for us. I wanted to know what does the interview officier need to know? Would I be able to live with her in the room or should she immediatly get... Read more »
answered on Dec 4, 2021
Truthfulness in immigration is key.
If at the time you submit the 'DS-160: Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application' your fiancé is still living in the same address you refer to above, then that address would suffice.
Every case is different and there may be a... Read more »
I'm an Indian citizen holding an E19 Green Card that was issued in Aug '20. I separated from my husband around July '21 due to irreparable issues in the marriage. We both want to apply for a mutual divorce by Nov, '21. The green card is a 10-yr one. My marriage has been of 10.5... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2021
If I understood your question correctly and based on what you have described, because you currently do not have conditional permanent residence (a Green Card valid for 2 years), it is unlikely that you will face problems when applying for green card renewal or applying for... Read more »
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