My husband and I got married when I found out I was pregnant but I heard than I am on a "conditional status"as my green card is for 2 years. So my question is : when does my conditional status end? On our 2nd anniversary or on the expiration date mentioned on my green card??
Also, does he need to bring his other children birth certificates to the interview even though they are all adults and won't be joining him? All the documents we uploaded were approved and he is currently waiting on an interview date.
You must bring copies of the original documents, if originals are not available and list all siblings regardless of their age on his application. Do not omit any requested information otherwise the application may be denied ir delayed.
My husband and I moved in September to an apt. I want to inform uscis about change in address but still get mail at my parents house ( old address ) since it’s more relatable with mail. Will this be an issue or look suspicious?
There is no designated method to expedite one’s pending I-130, however, this case requires an immediate legal consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to suggest the most optimal course of action as the situation is fluid and may disintegrate further, thus changing the initial fact...Read more »
They have it connected with a crystal radio and a loop antenna that is special order for my brainwave , they got is connected with no wires because they got a single acquisition with a microcontroller and have a signal amplifier and stabilizer, you can train a p300 with only one electrode, they use... Read more »
Stolen. Im disabled n won't survive prison. She also put a op on me. She's extorting me I was told n is becoming extremely ruthless she even admits the car is mine n had til Jan 5 to get it out of her nane
Recently i took a plea for a criminal case and received the final disposition now my license and other things have been suspended due to this case that wasn’t involved in the disposition my license is my way of working and the courts new this
There is no case against the county. The court protocol of accepting a guilty plea is to place that plea on the record with a clear explanation of its terms, conditions and collateral effects on one's life. Also, that plea is given "freely and voluntarily," with all understanding on...Read more »
My girlfriend is Russian and recently left Russia and is now staying in the country of Georgia. She left to keep her 17 year old son (he turns 18 in April, 2023) from being forced into the Russian military and war. She has communicated with people who have gone to Mexico and crossed the San... Read more »
The most legally appropriate method would be discussing all critical issues confidentially, fully and clearly with an experienced immigration attorney familiar with Russia, its political situation, asylum law and family-based adjustment of status.
That visitor's visa issue will be discretionary as you will be required to show a temporary nature of your B-2 visit to the U.S. Consular Section by the preponderancy of the evidence since the U.S. officials are aware of your immigrant intent within the U.S. Government database. Thus, could go...Read more »
In simple terms the word "render means "to provide service, give, make, cause something to happen". Thus, the referenced case has been approved and the document should be expected at the address listed in that initial N-600 application.
Hi Alexander, thank you for your prompt response, when you say not a plea to the crime what do you mean? Like what should I avoid saying? And In case the VO asks any direct questions how should I tackle?
In 2018 I was arrested in NJ for shoplifting, the charges when then lower down to a disorderly person offense and later dismissed entirely . I was on my F1 that time. I got my visa approved in 2020 and I am planning to get it stampped . I have my certified disposition stating the dismissal and the... Read more »
What you are planning is called visa fraud. I will explain:
1. When you applied for a visitor's B-2 visa its content specifically mentioned to state purposes of the trip truthfully. When you submitted the information at the end of that federal visa application there was a proviso for...Read more »
Without gathering more case information is is impossible for anyone to suggest the next court event. The facts are the case is a state Misdemeanor Class A, and it is still pending with the next court date in January of 2023.
I recommend for the defendant discussing the case with a...Read more »
They denied her application and send her to court for removal or approval so now we are married and have one child together and I’m à Us citizen, what can we do to adjust her status and avoid the court date because it will be In August next year ..
I am a permanent resident of the US. Currently I am being mobilized to Russian army based on new mobilization laws. If I don’t go there, I’ll be facing 10 years in prison. All my family lives there and I visit them every year. If I don’t go to this mobilization, then I will never be able to... Read more »
Your Lawful Permanent Status will be jeopardized if you will be absent for longer than 181 days from the United States. If you stay abroad for over one year in Russia your LPR status will deemed abandoned and you will be denied entry.
There is a legal caveat: if you are not served the draft...Read more »
I was charged with 2 counts of the auuw statute that was found unconstitutional in people vs aguilar. I filed a petition for relief from judgement, but was denied because the second charge was for not possessing a foid card. Was this ruling accurate?
At the time of the alleged criminal offense absence of the FOID card becomes a strict liability issue ( either you have it or not at the time), however, these issues have a potential to mitigate with an experienced counsel.
The contract validity is not at issue, even if that contract is valid, the contract party is not within the legal jurisdiction and that the contract’s performance could not be enforced, unless the party has its agent, assets or property for a judgment.
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