Hi, I'm a US citizen with foreign husband and dependents in abroad. We're planning to petition for my husband's green card after the public charge policy overturns next year, and combining our current income, we'd just meet the financial requirements. And we also have a joint US... Read more »
They are immigration attorneys and made a mistake regarding my immigration status in the US.
Should the letter be notarized, legalized, etc.? I will need to file that letter with new attorneys/immigration offices/government office, and therefore, I would like to make sure that letter will... Read more »
There is no procedure such as you suggest. There may be an appeal based on ineffective assistance of counsel. however, it is necessary to knnow the facts and review the case. Secondly, any such allegation is time sensitive.
I am 61 years old, I recently got a green card sponsored by my son who filled affidavit of support. I applied for health care in market place showing my income earned on tutoring and getting tax credits. Am I eligible for the benefits?. Should I add my Son's income also?
The I-864 affidavit of support is a contract between the financial sponsor and the government that the immigrant LPR will never be a public charge. Any program that is funded by federal tax payer dollars may have ramifications in your future attempt to naturalize.
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 »
I submitted all the forms for adjustment of status with my American spouse a month ago, however in a few days I’m having a baby with another woman, what are my options to sign the baby under my name as the father without complicating my Inmigracion process? I heard I have a period of time (1... Read more »
On RFE, I was not able to provide joint bank statement because it was closed for a reason that we cannot reconcile our expenses and decided to have our bank account and share expenses. lease of apartment agreement which we don’t have bec. We’re leaving in a friends house. We filed tax... Read more »
The supporting documents provided for a marriage vary by the copules circumstances. An attorney will need to sit down with you in a consultation and discuss your situation, documents yo may be able to provide, and, oral testimony.
I am a permanent resident of the US. CA accepted expired and or copy of the green card. GA does not. Aside from renewing card for $500 and waiting 6 months, is there anything else I can use to obtain a GA drivers license?
I am a Cuban dual national born in Cuba. I want to stay with my family in the US. If I exceed the time permitted on my ESTA vista can I rely upon the CAA 1966 to be able to stay in the US? Will they ask for documents pertaining to my other nationality? Thank you for your answer in advance.
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 »
Went to the green card interview today and presented the evidence that was on the letter. This included papers from my bank showing my husband was added (hubby is the immigrant), car insurance cards showing he was added to the car insurance, copy of taxes to show we filed jointly, proof we were on... Read more »
You were advised correctly. You must produce evidence that your marriage is a bonafide marriage. At least 5 pieces of evidence are required. The evidence you provided may be acceptable. but additional evidence is required Testimony is also taken into consideration. Regardles of what you provide the...Read more »
I am an employee of the petitioning company with no stake in it. I am super confused about I-864. My employer is asking me to file I-864 for my wife, but I am not fully sure. Any help/clarification would be greatly appreciated.
My fiance is here on daca and I'm an American citizen. We would like to get married before we have our baby but didn't know if we would have to pay for his citizenship right away once we're married or if we can wait until we have the extra funds to do so.
You will need to first file an Alien Relative Petition for your husband. Once that is approved he will apply for an immigrant visa on line through the NVC and apply for an I-601A Waiver with the USCIS. Once the waiver is approved he will need to go to his home c ountry for one or two weeks to...Read more »
I was convicted in a Military Court (General Court Martial); of Obstruction of Justice and Conduct Unbecoming of a NCO on a charge of marijuana drug trafficking across the US/Mexico border back in July 1996 while serving in the Us Marine Corps. I served one year in a military brig. I have not... Read more »
My wife and I were married earlier this year, but the local Justice of the Peace would not change her name to mine on our marriage certificate due to her immigration status at the time. Now, when I filed for her permanent resident status and work permit in April, I filled out the necessary USCIS... Read more »
Her married name should have been usewd when you completed the I-130 and I-485. Since you did not the simplest and least expensive route to take is to use her married name when she applies to remove the conditions. If she has her 10 year card she can use her married name when she applies for NATZ...Read more »
I was charged with 2C:12-1A(1) ; 2C:35-10A(4) ; 2C:36-2 in December of 2016. All 3 charges were dismissed after a successful completion of a) Conditional Discharge program for the drug charges and b) Anger Management course for the simple assault. How would the charges affect my N400 application?... Read more »
Depends on your status when you request to be admitted. If you are requesting admission based on a non immigrant visa: A visa does not guarentee you will be admitted. A visa only grants you permission to request you be admitted. Secondly, admission into the USA is considered a privilege not a...Read more »
denial letter says no appeal to the decision, only motion to reconsider/reopen. But a field office made a mistake stating I-130 was abandoned and therefore got denied. Petition has never been abandoned and all info was provided on time.
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