You can divorce him if you choose. Send a letter to the USCIS telling them of your concerns and the status of your marriage. You are under no obligation to continue assisting him with his immigration. USCIS will put your letter in the file.. When he applies for any future immigration benefit the...View More
I had an interview in NY office and my brain just frozen due to unexpected questions about my past marriage (through which I got green card), as that marriage was wreck, it took me 5 years to finally forget it and I couldn't answer simple questions to which I should have an answer. I passed... View More
Sounds like this is a good time to get an experienced immigration attorney. The scenario you have presented indicates that you may be charged with marriage fraud. If this occurs your naturalization will be denied and you may be referred to the immigration court for removal proceedings. You will be...View More
If in fact he marries, the marriage is void from its onset. You can divorce him and notify the USCIS of the situation by sending a letter. It is very unlikely the USCIS will take any action against him until he has an interview for an immigration benefit. The letter will be placed in a file and...View More
I'm an asylum status in the united states, and I have an individual hearing in the immigration court on Sep 12. 2023. However, my boyfriend and I have decided to get married. I'm wondering how can I transfer my case to a marriage green card and how can I start? I really need help since we... View More
If you have an asylum case pending in the immigration court and you marry a USC while the case remains pending, you can withdraw the asylum petition. I suggest you keep the case open until you know that the marriage adjustment is going to work out, The process is detailed. I suggest you consult...View More
Not sure if this is an immigration question. There is nothing you can do at this point to stop him. Specially if this behavior is in a country were it is legal to have more than one wife. If he were to marry a second wife, according to US law that marriage is invalid from its beginning.
I blew 0.10 on the road side and the officer told me to do not blew at the police station, then I didn’t blew, today I got my license suspended for 270 days. The saddest thing is my asylum case is pending and my final hearing is in couple of months. Please I’ll like to know if this will affect... View More
A single DUI will need to be addressed in your hearing and you will need to provide the court with complete certified copy of the case from the arrest/police report to the final disposition. If you are still on probation when your individual hearing is scheduled the court is not likely to conduct...View More
He’s being charged with, illegal te entry. He had a bond hearing today. The judge told him, he’d be willing to give him a bond. Problem is, ICE would pick him up, and take him to another facility. What if, we tried again, but with agreement to wear a tether? Would that still cause, ICE to want... View More
Based on the information you have provided, you are requesting bond for a federal charge and there is an immigration hold. This being the case; if granted bond by the judge the inmate is transferred to ICE custody based on the immigration hold. The inmate is not likely to be granted bond by ICE or...View More
Citizenship about a year and a half ago since I was arrested in nj, they need it to a document called notice of disposition from the municipal court of Jersey City this was during peak Covid time six months ago I now live in Suffolk LI I am disabled and on disability and could not go in person so... View More
As a response to the notice of intent to deny, advise the USCIS that you did not receive the RFE and request it be resent to you. If you moved and did not change your address it will be considered your fault and you may be required to refile.
I recently got a conditional green card based on marriage (been married to a US citizen less than 2 years). Before this, I was a beneficiary in my ex-husband’s asylum application, he was the primary applicant.
If I want to travel to my home country, will I have problems in the airport... View More
It does not sound like you were charged with any criminal violation so you may answer no if asked if you were ever arrested. If not asked you do not need to provide information. If asked you should answer truthfully.
judge order my removal, on June 2019, I appeal the decision to the BIA , the BIA ask for alien brief dec 2020, it’s November 2021 and I still here nothing , how long till I hear a decision? It’s been more than two years...
All of us partners live abroad, not in the US and none of us has green card or citizenship. What do we need to register and start the business and what tax policies are we facing in WA state as non residents?
There are a few business visas you may qualify for. It sounds like investor visa's may be the avenue best suited for you. An investor visa requires a substantial investment provided you are from a treaty country . It would be wise to make your first investment into the retaining of an...View More
You may adjust status through your LPR wife ONLY if you maintain a lawful status while you are in the USA. However, if your wife becomes a USC you may adjust through her in the USA even if you overstay.
Be vary careful to comply with the terms of your visitor visa. You can not do a...View More
If you have completed a financial affidavit on behalf of the alien you are responsible for that person to a limited extent.: USCIS.gov/I-864 and USCIS.gov/I-134 is where you can find the forms and an explanation of your responsibility if you sponsor someone.
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