I am a US Citizen and I petitioned my mother. Her husband is not my father and they married after I was 21 and she has 3 children under 21 (my siblings). Can my mother use form I-824 Follow to join to petition her husband and children under 21?or does my mother need to submit form I-130?
Hello, I recently got married in February 2021 In india but I was unable to register the marriage with Indian govt. due to office closures(Covid) . I am a GC holder and had filed my N400 naturalization in dec 2019 when I was single. I have my interrview date in April 2nd week. My wife is in India... Read more »
Applicants for immigrant visas who have a priority date earlier than the application date of October 22, 2006 listed in the Visa Bulletin chart for March 2021 can proceed to be issued the immigrant visa at the U.S. consulate after fulfilling all of the National Visa Center requirements.
The federal regulations that you can find at 20 C.F.R. § 656.12 specifically indicate that the employer MUST pay ALL of the costs associated with the PERM process. These costs that must be paid by the employer include the attorney’s fees and costs of advertising for the position. Hence you can...Read more »
Once a foreign national is removed (deported) from the U.S. the possibility of returning to the U.S. depends on multiple factors including the reason for the removal, period of time after the removal, lawful status of family members, etc.
I recommend that you consult with an experienced...Read more »
My younger brother as an international student was charged with misdemeanor and felony in 2015 in Philadelphia but left for Korea due to his medical conditions without finishing his hearings. Per my search, his cases had active warrany but now they are inactive. I'd like to hire a lawyer who... Read more »
I just became a US citizen (naturalization). My child is under the age of 18. And, I understand she automatically became a US citizen as well. The question I have is as follows. I'd like to do a name change for my child. What is the legal advice on how to do that? Apply for a name change in... Read more »
If your child has not obtained a lawful change of name prior to filing the FORM N-600 (or the U.S. passport application), the Certificate of Citizenship will reflect the name as stated in the lawful resident card. Hence, a petition must first be filed in civil court to obtain a decree authorizing...Read more »
Fraud may be based on a misrepresentation of fact that was either intentional or negligent. You will need to assess your declaration with this definition in mind to determine if fraud did in fact occur.
The following is one example where real estate is in jeopardy of confiscation:
A foreign national who has been deported can have real estate confiscated if the property has been used for illicit purposes involving controlled substances and the person has been charged and convicted for...Read more »
Is there a way to get her into the US and then apply for in the states and have her wait in the US during processing of her Green Card or are we stuck with processing through local US consulate? I read that tourist visas cannot be utilized for this purpose. Thank you
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