I filed an i130 for my husband who has DACA and is currently in the US and has been since he was 5. He applied for DACA as soon as he turned 18. Our i130 was approved and we submitted our visa application but we have ran into the issue of how to fill out the i864 (affidavit of support) because I am... Read more »
Yes. You can use your married name and your marriage license to change your name on your civil documents. Most people complete the petition and application to adjust staus using their married name and then use their green card or EAD to obtain a SSN and DL in the married name. You then change your...Read more »
When you go for your biometrics for a permanent resident card renewal do they ask if you have ever been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor or do you fill out a form that asks if you have been convicted of one of those offenses?
Or is the biometrics appointment just for fingerprints, photo... Read more »
My course was born in CA but she was taken to Mexico at a very young age and her name was changed in mexico all her records and school records are in a different name but she has her us social security and birth certificate but she has not reentered the county because she is scared they won't... Read more »
You will need to provide an affidavit stating under penalty of perjury that you did not file a return because you did not have the income necessary to require you file. If you were employed you will need to provide any w-2's 1099's.... to indicate the amount that you made.
I filed for my DACA renewal in May 2020, a little bit more than 150 days before my current EAD expires. My EAD expires in October 2020. I have only received notice of action I-797C, and not form I-797 that would say I was approved. Is there an automatic extension given to Daca recipients due to the... Read more »
My son from my first wife is living with his mom in Canada, he is 10 years old . I want to sponsor him so he can get his GC and US Citizenship. His mom is ok to sponsor him so he has documented. My Son is Canadian and I am the US and Canadain Citizen.
Hi..I am a u.s citizen and my wife is a greencard holder and I am currently outside the u.s and my stay was protracted (more than 5 years) due to me being alongside my mother who was ill and my wife was forced to stay with me this period as she obviously couldn't leave me and travel back to... Read more »
Our relationship has changed, and I no longer feel comfortable vouching for his financial viability. I know if he drops out of school or something else, they can come to me for the remainder of the tuition and fees payment due. Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? Is there... Read more »
You can not. You enetered into contract with the US Government wherein you agree to assume financial responsibility unless or until a few conditions occur that terminate your responsibility. You can read upiur responsibilities on the form you signed before the signature.
A friend of mine has been living in the US since June 2009. He became a permanent resident in July 2011. His permanent resident card needs to be renewed before July 2021 (he has been here a little over 11 years now).
He was just recently given a citation. It says he was in violation of... Read more »
More detail;s are needed to know for sure whether this will effect his status. If the sitation is for petty theft this is a crime involving moral turpitude and it can. However he may also be eligible for the petty theft exceptation.
I am a Registered Nurse working in the US for over 30 years and recently my job placed me on "Temporary Leave" due to Covid 19 until we can resume full time indoor opening. My TN Visa status then was revoked completely by US Border Control when applying for a New TN Visa for a secondary... Read more »
NO. Working without authorization will jeapordize your ability to receive any further immigration benefit seek. Secondly, remaining in the USA without a visa may also jeapordize any further immigration benefit you seek.
You may adjust status in the USA through your LPR spouse IF you have NEVER been out-of-status or overstayed a visa. Processing times have been unpredictable lately due to covid. You may receive your EAD anywhere from 12 weeks to 4 months provided all required documents and supporting information is...Read more »
back in 2014 I took My Green card and was in MVA to apply for my Drivers Licence ,
the Lady there register me for voting and explain to me that this is my right and responsibility now, I insisted that I'm not Citizen , but she assure me that this is OK as longer I dong Vote for... Read more »
I have had cases where clients were registered to vote by the DMV and were forgiven. However, I have never had a client that actually voted who was forgiven. When you receive an immigration status the government expects you to educate youself on the terms of your status and what violates that...Read more »
I came over illegally in America and was recently married to American woman who passed away n immigration has found out that that I’m still illegal does the binding contract of marriage license go Void because they were and are still illegal?
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