Stay and find work by obtaining a green card through an employer. If she can not find work before her visa runs out they are thinking of getting married because they eventually want to wed. Can she marry my son and get a green card and work in the U.S. but not give up her Chinese citizenship? She... View More
First of all, you must ensure that you submitted a separate I-130 petition for each of your parents. Secondly, you must also ensure that your parents have lawfully entered the country. If that is the case, then you can proceed to file Form I-485 for each of your parents to commence the adjustment...View More
Hello, I am a us citizen and I want to marry a girl in india but she is going through a divorce and also have a 4 year old daughter, so I wanted to know how will I be able to get her and her daughter to the states? I know I will have to wait until her divorce is finalized in india but what process... View More
Upon issuance of the divorce decree and marriage, you can then file the FORM I-130 with USCIS on behalf of your spouse and her daughter. After approval of the relative petitions by USCIS, the cases will be transferred to the National Visa Center (NVC) where you and your spouse will present...View More
So my girlfriend recently had her interview at the U.S. Embassy down in Ecuador to get her tourist visa and was denied. She really wants to come here as do I because it becomes expensive flying down to her 2 times a year. We think we’re ready for marriage so should she try to apply for a... View More
I have got my employment based green card a month back however now my current employer isn’t focused on my promotion and compensation change. I have come across a great opportunity and want to switch jobs, wanted to know is there anyway current employer can cause issues with my green card for... View More
I was in the mall with my son when I saw one of those moving toy cars for children .. I put my son in and while I was going to put money in I got a strong electric shock in my leg and a strong shock .. luckily my son is well .. but i am having leg and hand problems losing my job as a chef .. there... View More
If you are intending to spend more than 6 months but less than a year abroad, you should consider applying for a re- entry permit while you are physically present in the U.S. Otherwise, CBP at the U.S. port of entry can take the position that you have abandoned your resident status if you are...View More
The only problem is that I was laid off in January 2022. I’m still looking for a job. Can I still sponsor both my parents without earning an income right now or can any friend/family help sponsor them?
As a U.S. citizen, you can file the FORM I-130 for each of your parents. If your parents lawfully entered the U.S. then the FORM I-485 can also be filed with USCIS. The U.S. citizen petitioner will have to also file the FORM I-864 with the adjustment of status process. If your income is...View More
I've recently got divorced in Wisconsin which requires a 6-month stay to remarry. Since then I have moved to Iowa that does not have those restrictions on remarrying. I have met a girl in the Philippines while visiting there and we have been dating every since and want to get married. Since I... View More
You must be unmarried to be eligible to file the FORM I-129F petition to begin the process for the K-1 fiancée visa. After the petition is approved by USCIS and the K-1 visa is issued by the U.S. consulate and your fiancée enters the U.S. you can then marry. This process will generally take more...View More
Hi I am working as a senior engineer in a reputed company on H1B with a approved i140. It came to my notice that layoffs are imminent in next few months. I started interviewing and cleared a technical manager position interview in another company . Is there any challenge with my immigration H1B... View More
Antes de todo es importante consultar con un abogado con experiencia para comprobar que eres elegible para aplicar para asilo político. Después de aplicar se puede pedir un permiso de trabajo 150 días de haber presentado la solicitud. Si podemos ayudar con mucho gusto estamos disponibles.
My husband is a permanent resident and I'm out of status. He is very verbally abusive. We were married for 3 weeks and I left after being suicidal and over dosing on sleeping pills. He always uses my immigration status to "get me in line". Threatens to divorce me and tells me that he... View More
In light of the information that you have posted, I highly recommend that you visit with an experienced and qualified immigration attorney to obtain personalized guidance. The expert advice and guidance by such an attorney will certainly improve your chances of success.
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