I am a U.S. citizen applying for Green Card for my mother. She is currently on a B2 Visa admitted until 11/23/2021 per her I-94 record number. I filed I-130 online on July 27, 2021 and received confirmation of receipt from Potomac Service Center. They are currently processing June 04, 2020 I-130... Read more »
I had final pretrial sept 14th before jury trial because I am innocent and he never attended now there is a body only warrant and court on the 28th for bond forfeit and the states attorney is moving to have jury trial removed from docit and I cant get ahold of attorney what do I do I have paid him... Read more »
It is unfortunate that you are in this predicament. You may research, compare, and contact reach a selected counsel of your choice and retain a more responsive and professional counsel. In fact, you may file the prior counsel and request a retainer back for unearned services.
My parents applied I-485 under EB-1 and still waiting for the result, which has been taking quite long. I am a US citizen and I am over 21. Can I file I-130 for them now to sponsor them at the same time? Will it be a conflict with the I-485 they already filed? I want to see if I can get them the... Read more »
You may legally change your name by filing a petition with local civil court provided you meet the resident and other court imposed requirements for that name change pursuant to the local rules of civil procedure.
I applied OPT for Master degree in 2018, but then I decided to come home and didn't use any day in the OPT process. Now I came back to the States and getting my second Master degree. I decided to apply one more time for the OPT. However, school DSO said that I'm unable to do so since I... Read more »
Your son may immediately petition. his foreign national spouse to adjust to LPR (Lawful Permanent Residency) right after they married, if he is a USC and she qualifies otherwise. There was no reason to wait three years.
I came with my husband and my son to America and I saw my father and my mother at an advanced age. I want to serve them, but I need to apply for legal residence. I am looking for a way with many thanks
Many variables will affect your present eligibility for probation, yet, as you know already, your prior criminal history will greatly affect your chances to stay fee and does create a significant aggravating factor.
She did finished the probation she was given, they gave her a bunch of paperwork that was not translated to her she just signed she’s been in Mexico for 6+ years. I have that paperwork with me as well.
Hello, I’m a student currently in OPT program and I got married to a US citizen 5 months ago. I never got DUI, nor in problem with the law. My visa has expired but I’ve never been off from student status.
I suddenly received a call in letter g-56 form for an interview with a special... Read more »
Good afternoon, I have a problem and I would like to know if you can offer me any option, my partner has been staying extended or has passed his stipulated permit for a year now. He had a CC that he lost and the passport was his only identification, if he shows up at the Colombian consulate right... Read more »
You do not indicate your status in the United States and your legal grounds for sponsoring your spouse, however, even generally, you may not sponsor your foreign national immediate family members (parents) until you naturalize.
Seek a comprehensive legal consultation; it will be worth it.
My friend is pregnant and is a resident of Japan. The father of the baby was in the US Navy and was stationed in Japan but recently got out of the military and is now back in his hometown (Glasgow, Kentucky). He refuses to acknowledge the baby and has since blocked my friend (and her friends) in... Read more »
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