I've been married to my wife who is a US citizen for 25 years I have two children with her both also born in the US and also I have a felony drug charge on my record from 1992 prior to my marriage I got married in 1995 September 23
Whether you are eligible for an immigrant visa through your wife or you remain inadmissible requires additional information. Some drug convictions became permanent bars. I suggest your wife consult with an experienced immigration attorney on your behalf.
I am from Bangladesh, I recently received job offer from an employer in US and I would like to know what's the procedure for Bangladeshi citizens to be able to meet the immigration requirements. I will be working at a Coffee chain shop in state of Massachusetts which I... Read more »
You may qualify for an L visa or you will need an H visa. More information is needed. Secondly, it is the employers responsibility to take care of the initial visa requirements for the employee. I suggest you have the emplooyer contact an experienced immigration attorney.
Energy bills are in my spouse's name (my name was not on the account) while cable and internet bills are in my name (my spouse's name is not on this) but we both live at the same address, have the same lease, and other documents together. Can I submit these documents for a green card application?
You can. The documents indicate you live at the same address and share expenses. The general requirement is 5 supporting documents. It is necessary to know your situation be recommending other supporting documents.
Got a REF after citizenship interview asking for the explanation why kids information were missing in initial I-30 submitted for my immigration process. My I-30 was submitted around 2013 by my husband who has been naturalize US citizen since 2011(approximately).
Yes you can marry. You may sponsor him to immigrate while he is in the USA ONLY if he maintains his visa and does not have a single day of out of status or unlawful presence. He will need to leave the USA to adjust if he does not maintain his visa.
There are strategic options. I suggest the...Read more »
My USC husband might refuse to go the interview because we filed jointly but he has been cheating that I found out about later. I confronted him but a few months ago when I confronted again he got mad and said he will divorce me soon. Didn't do anything its... Read more »
Political Asylum must involve either directly or indirectly treatment by the government. Sierra Leon has written anit discrimination policy on the issue of treatment towards those with known HIV or AIDS:
“Unfair discrimination” means direct or indirect unfair discrimination against...Read more »
I’m a US Citizen and I want to marry my boyfriend from DR to petition for him as an immediate relative. He tells me that his mom was petitioned by her sister who is an LPR a few years ago when he was still a minor and that he’s considered a “derivative beneficiary” under his mother. If I... Read more »
I applied for my sibling (I-130) back in 2016 and received a receipt notification within few weeks. Since then I have not received any other correspondence neither online case status is updated. What do you suggest?
On the receipt you will see a case number. The location where the petition is pending will be the address in the bottom left corner of the receipt. You can go to USCIS.gov and check the processing time for the petition and the case status.
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