bringing him here in the USA. In Wisconsin, you can't marry again not until after 6 months from the date of divorce. My question is can I file my I-129F Petition for Alien Fiance now of do I have to wait after six months to file the petition?
One of the requirements of the FORM I-129F is that you must be unmarried at the time of filing of the petition with USCIS. You will not be required to marry your fiancé until the K-1 is issued by the U.S. consulate and your fiancé enters the U.S. which will not occur within the next 6 months....Read more »
My parents are green card holders can they sponsor me a daca recipient. We entered the us legally back in 1992,and overstayed. However my parents are now legal residents. Ive kept my daca status since it was created and have never left the us.
I’m trying to get my fiance in the US. She tried tourist visa so many times but keep getting denied. She still married to her Previous husband. She applied for Annulment waited for 2 years and still get denied. We don’t know what other options we can do. We been together for 6 years now. All I... Read more »
I am a current dependent of a u1 visa so I currently hold a U3 visa. I travelled abroad by myself and was wondering about re-entry into the U.S. My visa does state I am allowed to re-enter however it says that I would need to apply for a u-visa at an us embassy or obtain a waiver. I was wondering... Read more »
You will need to apply for the U-3 at the U.S. consulate in your home country. You should contact the U.S. consulate near your home to obtain instructions as to the local procedures and timeline for visa issuance. You may be required to file a waiver depending on your immigration background /...Read more »
My son is filing a petition for change of status for me. Can my 18 year old daughter who came with me on visa waiver be filed at the same time?. If she waits for mine to get through she would’ve been out of status.
If your son is a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years of age, he can file the FORM I-130 relative petition on your behalf. Depending on the date of your entry with the visa waiver (ESTA) , you may be able to proceed to file for adjustment of status with USCIS.
My name is Veljko, I am a 44 years old and HIV positive male originally from Serbia. I have been in a domestic partnership for four years with my fiance Sasha, since we don't have an option to legalize our relationship in our home country.
Back in 2004 I was persecuted for the first... Read more »
If you are seeking protection in the U.S. because you have suffered persecution or you fear that you will suffer persecution due to: race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion you may seek political asylum in the U.S. after you have entered the U.S....Read more »
Had to travel outside US for 12+ years working in UK & India with various companies. Had done 2 re-entry permits initially but finally gave up as it was expensive travelling back in US for application & biometrics, each time. Now, I am back in US on L1 with my company for 1.5 years, on work... Read more »
You seem to have spent an inordinate period of time abroad as a U.S. resident and you also seem to have abandoned your resident status for that reason. Moreover, you are now in a non- immigrant status which also seems to confirm that fact.
An experienced immigration attorney can provide...Read more »
The notice that you have received indicates that the application or petition has been received for processing and will be adjudicated. You will receive a request for additional evidence, a notice of intent to deny, an approval, or a denial.
You should obtain the police report that will provide all the details of the incident. That is the document that you will need to request “certification” of the incident from the police department. Once you have the “certification” you can then apply for the U visa.
You will need to contact the prior petitioning employer and ask if the job position stated in the FORM I-140 is still available to you and whether that prior employer is willing to re-hire you. You also must be willing to return to render the appropriate services with that prior employer. Once you...Read more »
If I process my E2 while I am in USA I know if I exit the country you will have to go to respective county USA embassy to get the visa again.will this rule apply for dependent as well or they can enter USA freely
MY PD became current in October Visa bulletin. I am planning to apply for I485.
I have h1 visa valid till Dec 12, 2020, but h1 petition is valid till 2023. I will go for visa stamping as I will be continuing my work in H1 until I get GC. Will applying i485 will impact my H1 stamping?... Read more »
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