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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Georgia on
Q: I want to sponsor my husband from another country but he is already in US through visit visa.

Hello, I am trying to sponsor my husband from another country. He is currently in US through visit visa. My question is, that am I still able to sponsor him while he is here? Or, he has to go back? Can he stay here until we get his interview notice and then go back for his interview? How long Is... Read more »

Safiya Webber Byars
Safiya Webber Byars answered on Aug 18, 2018

Hello and thanks for your question. Generally United States citizen are able to sponsor their foreign national spouse for permanent residence, i.e "green card." Whether or not your husband will be able to attend his interview in the United States or return to his country is based on a number of... Read more »

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Q: Uscis officer is requesting for my stepchildren's birth certificate in order to approve my citizenship.

my stepchildren were born and are living in a foreign country. I don't have access to their personal documents. what are my options?

Safiya Webber Byars
Safiya Webber Byars answered on Aug 7, 2018

Hello and thank you for your question. Based on your question it is difficult to give you a beneficial answer without asking you some questions and getting the background on your case. At the very least it appears that you will need to provide the documents to Immigration that they requested or... Read more »

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Q: i was brought to the us illegally by my parents when I was 3 now I’m 14.
Safiya Webber Byars
Safiya Webber Byars answered on Jul 27, 2018

Hello and thank you for your question. Please contact an immigration attorney to discuss all of your options. Best of luck to you.

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Q: I'm married to a foreign born spouse, her kids from another relationship live with us.

If I'm able to adopt and will they become US citizens?

Safiya Webber Byars
Safiya Webber Byars answered on Jul 27, 2018

Hello and thank you for your question. It is impossible for me to give you a definite "Yes" answer to this question because I will need to know a lot more information from you. Immigration sometimes allow adopted parents to obtain immigration status for adopted (foreign born children) but there are... Read more »

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Q: My husband and I are filing for his green card and we need to get fingerprinted for it do I go to my local police depart

Do I get fingerprinted at the local police department or uscis offices

Safiya Webber Byars
Safiya Webber Byars answered on Jul 27, 2018

Hello and thank you for your question. If you are the United States citizen you do not need to get fingerprinted. Once you have filed your husband's case with Immigration he will receive his fingerprint appointment from Immigration and they will take his fingerprints. Based on your questions it... Read more »

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