Aggravated speed is more than a taffic citation. It can be considered a serious misdemeanor and a CIMT. Specially if the person charged did not have insurance it is considered a lack of concern and cae for other drivers. This can be given weight in considering whether a person meets the good moal...Read more »
My fiancee and I have been together for three years. She is on F-1 visa and she just graduated from her graduate school last month. We are going to get our marriage license on July 21 and her 60-day grace period will end on August 14. We plan to have a wedding ceremony later. I am just wondering if... Read more »
You are fogiven fo any overstay if adjusting though your USC spouse. So, NO, there is no deadline. That being said; it is best to remain in status if possible. I have many clients that marry at the courthouse in a civll ceremony so the adjustment may be applied for and have a religous or other...Read more »
I’m immigrant and on my native passport by mistake first name box was left blank and my whole name ( two parts ) was written in last name box . I got visa n moved in US . On visa embassy wrote FNU in given name to fill the place, and my whole name in last name box.
You can request the name be corrected by filing an application to renew/replace your card. If the error was your mistake you will need to pay the filing fee. if it was the mistake of the service you will not need to pay. Include a cover letter explaining and supporting documents to indicate what...Read more »
My husband had his pardon approved last year and recently we turned in all forms necessary to NVC to get an interview on 4/30/20. On 05/22/2020 we received a letter stating they received requested documents and now he is in the que for a interview appointment. My question is, will... Read more »
No the proclamation does not effect your husband. He is the immediate relative of a USC. What does effect him is that many consulates are not currently holding interviews due to covid and the process is therefore slow recently.
I have filed i130 in USCIS site as a beneficiary of a green card holder. In my account it shows that: "Your benefit request has been accepted and is under review." I am wondering whether I am able to file I485 now? If not, when can I do that? How can I be informed about approval of my... Read more »
Currently an immigrant visa is immediately available to the spouse of an LPR so yes you can file the I-485 and request it be jointed to the I-130. Your I-130 is not approved it is only accepted for consideration.
My husband had his pardon approved last year. We submitted all documents required from NVC on 4/30/20 we received a letter on 5/22/20 with case number and the letter stated that my husbands application was now in que awaiting for immigration appointment the preference category for visa is IR1 (... Read more »
My fiancée is here through DACA and we plan to get married in a month or two. I am a U.S. citizen. She stays with her parents and is needed around the house to help with her siblings while her parents work. I cannot leave my family’s home as I take care of most of the bills and everything’s in... Read more »
Due to new regulation, international students would have to leave the country if colleges transfer to online only. I currently have a F1 visa and was wondering: would you need to leave the country as well if you're married to a US citizen?
I have read online that we would have up to 90 days to get married upon her entry into the US. However, I have read mixed answers stating that the amount of time she would have to enter the country once the k1 visa is approved. Does she have 6 months total to enter the country and get married or... Read more »
IRS transcripts can be obtained online and there is no fee. I am not aware that online service is not possible at this time. If online service is unavailable at this time you will need to obtain the transcripts by mail. A check can be mailed to pay in advance, a pre paid card can be obtained...Read more »
She’s here on a tourist visa which expires next August. would it be too risky to get married and apply for the adjustment of status right away within this short time? I have to mention as well that I was previously married and filed for adjustment of status for my ex wife (which went on... Read more »
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