The government does not process a case more quickly if someone has an attorney. however, it is quicker because the experienced attorney knows the process and what the government requires. The attorney can work much more quickly.
And we applied for green card. So now I can’t be an F-1 student anymore and I’m confused about my admission. can I study? And if I can what rights I’ll have? (Paying like an international student or resident?)
My university can’t answer me on that and they are saying I need to talk with the lawyer.
My daughter is a US citizen and applied for K-1visa in August 2013. She and her spouse were accepted for a Fiancé VISA and they got married within 90 days of her Husbands arrival. He got accepted for a Conditional Green Card and obtained it. He has a social security number for work and had a... Read more »
If my kids are US citizen under the age of 10 years old but refused to go back home with my husband and I . How can my husband and I file for our residency just so the kids can have their heart desire?
Yes. You need to report it and provide a complete certified copy of the record from the original arrest report to the final disposition. If the case was dropped in exchange for a plea and/or any program..... it is considered a guilty charge by the USCIS. It is also a crime of violence and a...Read more »
I had my citizenship interview today and I passed my civics test. But, the officer was really rude and wanted more documents which I could not provide at that time. In the notice did not say that I needed to bring any documents. She was even asking me for dates of birth of my husbands ex wife.... Read more »
Based on the information you provided the documents requested are typical. Had you had an attorney the attorney would have provided the documents with your initial application. What you need to do is provide the documents requested and the information requested.
Hey! Im an European citizen, my fiancé is a marine and I’m 6 months pregnant. I got tickets to the USA in July to get married and start our family together and apply for green card and use parole in place to stay there.
I’ve committed a crime ( shoplifting) and I will have to pay a... Read more »
Assuming the conviction is for a misdemeanor shoplifting charge you will be eligible for a petty offense exception. However, even with the exception it can be determined that you lack the good moral character necessary to adjust. You may want to consider retaining an experienced attorney to assist...Read more »
For a visitor visa they must show strong ties to their home country and that they intend on returning. When the whole family is coming at once their is a red flag that you all intend on staying in the USA and not just visit. Substantial evidence will be required.
If my 4 kids are born in the United states can I apply for my residency because of my kids being born here. Or what necessary steps could my husband and I take ? My kids wants to stay here and do not want to go back home . They are all less than 10yrs old.
Based on the information that you have provided; you were an LPR and your parents became USC's before you were 18 years of age. You automatically became a USC. You need to file the N-600 and receive your certificate of Naturalization.
Then I traveled to Sydney Australia as my wife was Australian citizen and had her elderly mother cared for , I had to stay with her for more than a year. I came back to receive my green card but at the arrival I was told by imigration officers eather keep my American residency and receive my... Read more »
My mom is the petitioner of my sister’s I130, priority date 6/20/2015. Case pending. My mom hurt her back when she was in HongKong in 2016, she did not come back to the US since then, if we can provide doctor’s notes to prove her health condition, can her green card be retained? If she is to... Read more »
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