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2 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Immigration Law for Michigan on
Q: I’m on political asylum status residing in MI. Do I need an immigration lawyer to divorce us?

She resides in Florida and I in Michigan.

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answered on Jan 6, 2024

Good Morning,

If you seek to divorce your spouse, your primary attorney filing the divorce should 100% be a divorce attorney; however, if you have concerns about your wife's legal status if she has a pending beneficiary petition, or any other immigration issues at play, I would...
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2 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for Georgia on
Q: Hello, Can my F2 dependent spouse show her parents' bank statement for financial proof for her F2 visa interview?

My spouse's F2 visa interview is scheduled and she would like to show her parents's bank statement in her interview for financial proof, is it possible? and how much does she need to show?

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answered on Apr 15, 2024

Good evening,

I hope you are doing well, and what an appropriate question to come across just moments following the close of “tax day” here in the U.S.

I'm glad you reached out with your question about the financial proof necessary for your wife's F-2 visa...
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2 Answers | Asked in Tax Law and Immigration Law for Georgia on
Q: Should I use the 1040 or the 1040NR?

What is the appropriate tax form to use when filing taxes as an applicant with an ongoing green card application? Should I use the 1040 or the 1040NR?

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answered on Apr 16, 2024

Hello Sir,

I'm an immigration lawyer based in Atlanta. As my feedback follows briefly after the final hours of tax day here in the U.S., I want to commend you on being proactive and addressing your tax concern several weeks ago. I also want to provide you with some encoragement...
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2 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for New York on
Q: If I get an advance Parol, I m in the USA after ilegal entry and charged as not admisible . Can I get dinied entry ?

I have a pending hearing to show why I should not be removed of the STATES. I wa charged under INA 236 . But I get advance Parol , what can CBP deny my entry at a port of entry ?

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answered on Jan 28, 2024

What is the basis of your advance parole being granted? Are you the beneficiary of an I-130 petition or do you have TPS? Is it something else?

I recommend that you speak with an experienced immigration lawyer who understands the nature of what your immigration goals are and the utility of...
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3 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for Georgia on
Q: Hi lawyers, working 3/4 full time jobs at same time has any impact on n400. Any client experience/advice?

Hello lawyers, does working 3/4 full time jobs at same time has any impact n400 naturalization.Taxes have been filed on time, don't owe taxes. I will be listing all of them in the application.Any client experience/advise on this?

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answered on Jan 28, 2024

Hello,

Wow! This won’t have any impact on your n-400, although it could potentially serve as positive attributes in support of your “Good Moral Character” (GMC) if there are any negative GMC issues (usually criminal convictions) that are present in your application. And it will be...
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