Usually that is not a problem as you remain a resident despite the expiration of the card. Some officers will at least want to see an I-90 receipt, but given the long adjudication times, some are more understanding.
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My longterm Argentinian partner (8 years) has a L1 (Blanket) visa. We are looking at seeing if we can change her status from a L1 Visa to Permanent Resident/Green card with hopes of one day... Read more »
My son is 16 years of age, he entered the us with a tourist visa and he didn’t go back, he entered through the border line us-Tijuana he was checked by border patrol, He was born in Mexico, is it possible for me to get him a a green card? And what do I have to do to get him one?
My grandmother and aunt both entered the U.S. with their B1/B2 visa. My grandmother is currently receiving cancer chemotherapy in the U.S and her daughter (my aunt), who is older than 21 years old, is taking care of her. My grandmother needs to extend her stay to continue her medical treatment. In... Read more »
I recently was asked to interview for an international travel show. I have a Misdemeanor Assault conviction - Class A - confined to 8 days time served in September 2013. Should I even take the interview? I don't want to deal with a potentially humiliating situation of being denied entry at an... Read more »
It depends upon the laws if the country to which you are traveling. Some countries may require that you apply for a waiver in advance of your trip while others may not view the conviction as a ground of inadmissibility.
The usual route is to apply for permanent residence for her. That can take about a year to complete. If she is in the US at any time, you can file for residence in the country and she can remain. An I-129 for a work visa may also be possible if she has an offer of employment from a US employer.
I am from The Netherlands, my partner is from the USA. At this moment we are both living in the Netherlands, in 2016 she got her temporary residence permit to be able to live in the netherlands and work - with this she has the same rights as i do as a dutch citizen. Unfortunately she wants to move... Read more »
If you marry in the Netherlands, that will allow your US citizen spouse to sponsor you for lawful permanent residence. You would not lose your Dutch citizenship. It takes about a year to complete the process whether you do it in the U.S. or in the Netherlands. If you adjust your immigration...Read more »
I am a US citizen currently working in India. I submitted an I-130 petition for my Indian wife at USCIS, New Delhi. My petition was approved and my case was referred to the US consulate in Mumbai for final processing. My wife submitted a DS-260 application online to the consulate. However she made... Read more »
Have her submit a new DS-260 with the correct answers. Print out the barcode sheet and have her take it to the interview. She can explain the corrections at that time. You can also send an email to the Consulate asking for it to be forwarded to the IV Chief with the corrections explained.
We are both currently in the States at the moment. BUT my question is do we apply for the I-130 form only or can we apply apply to both I-485 and I-130 concurrently at the same time? (My husband entered on a visa this trip to the States (valid for 10 years)). However he will be travelling back to... Read more »
Since he entered on a visa, you can file concurrently. But, since he is leaving on December 1, this will not be enough time to obtain the advance parole document that he will need to return to the U.S. As such, the I-485 would be deemed abandoned and he would have to consular process to complete...Read more »
I have been a victim of assault and battery, I have received case No. and criminal complaint that was filled in the county, when this incident happen, the defendant run away, he already graduated and gone back home, but im worried if I go back home to extend my visa, will it effect my record this... Read more »
Maybe. She can apply for a reentry permit, which serves as the best evidence that she did not intend to abandon her residence while abroad. You should discuss your work plans with an attorney as she may qualify for Naturalization or a N-460 might help her while she is abroad.
Hi there! What is the issue if my fiance had a wife 8/10 years ago and now we are planning to get married? Just to clarify, we are both gays and he was married to a woman around 8/10 years ago. He has the divorce certificate already, issued last month, there was no kids. I am 23 and he is 37. I ask... Read more »
As long as he completed a divorce, then he is free to marry you. He will need a certified copy of the divorce decree to prove that he is free to marry, but it should not be a problem from an immigration perspective.
My husband used to abuse me sextually, hit me many times and turture me mentally and physically ,blackmail me too. Last time when he hit me, i called on 911 soon after my husband sent me to my parents home (India)with kids in 2016. After that he didnt contacted me nor helped us not even financial.... Read more »
I want to become US citizen right now I am in California since 2 weeks still have driver license from Alabama been there since 2010...do I have to wait 3 months in California ?? I need this process quick since I need to bring my girlfriend and my child that’s fixing to be born please someone help... Read more »
You can get married and submit an I-130 now. It can be upgraded once he becomes a citizen. You will still need to maintain an underlying nonimmigrant status, such as an H-1B or an F-1. Some people that have H-1B denials will go back to school on an F-1.
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