Consult with a lawyer to review eligibility for permanent residence and discuss what the options are: for example, is adjustment of status a viable option or is consular filing better? Applying for a work permit is a separate issue than applying for permanent residence but you may be eligible to...View More
He can apply for you. The issue with the financials will come up when it is time for him to do the affidavit of support, but there may be ways around it if you have a Joint Sponsor who is willing to undertake the financial obligations.
You should seek the advice of an attorney who can sit down and review the financials. Depending on who is willing to help, that person may have to execute an I-864 or possibly and I-864A. There are different rules.
You need to clarify whether you have a conditional green card or permanent. If you have a permanent green card, citizenship may be possible but practically speaking, you may have problems getting fingerprinted because you don't have a valid card. You should consult with an attorney.
My aunt (US Citizen) sponsored my parent and I (was 12 at that time) to become US resident ("Greencard"). However, the wait time is 13 years. Our petition got approved back in 2009 (when I was 19)- but the cut off date is just become current. My name was not included in the immigration... View More
The application of the Child Status Protection Act can be complicated. You should consult with an attorney to review the case. You need to secure the I-130 Approval Notice that your aunt filed for your parent.
What were the terms of the plea bargain? What does he intend on appealing? Your question, unfortunately, requires more specific facts. This is a highly sensitive subject that may require research. I recommend consulting with an attorney for an in-depth consultation.
My mother has green card for 13 years and she was married to American citizen, but he died not long ago. My mother would like come back to Europe. Has she to return then return the green card? Does she lost right at survivor`s pension, and if not, is she forced to pay federal and state tax?
How long does she intend on staying in Europe? Assuming that she has a permanent green card, there may be other alternatives than returning or surrendering her green card. As far as the survivor's pension and tax issues, you need to consult with an appropriate attorney who specializes in that...View More
It sounds like you may need to file a waiver to lift the conditions on your permanent residence. However, your question is not entirely clear. I would recommend that you seek an in-depth consultation with an attorney to explore the issues.
What is the nature of your relationship? Are you considering marriage? You may be able to file for him as a fiancé or as a spouse. You should consult with an attorney to clarify what can and cannot be done.
Your husband should have received a Notice to Appear which specifies the grounds upon which the Department of Homeland Security is seeking to remove him. If you have it, what is the government alleging?
Before he can become a citizen, both of you first have to determine whether is he potentially eligible to first become a lawful permanent resident of the United States. You need to provide more information. You also need to clarify how and under what circumstances he entered the country twelve...View More
There are a number of issues that need to be explored: ie., manner of your husband's entry, whether he has filed any type of application with USCIS, whether any entity has filed an application for him with the Department of Labor, etc. Please consult with an immigration attorney. This type...View More
My friend got her conditional green card just before two months of completion of their 2nd anniversay. she is living in US from last 6 months with her husband. she is more young and pretty than her husband. she is highly qualified. but unfortunately her husband keep her in the house and dont allow... View More
This certainly sounds like a terrible situation. She may be eligible to remove the conditions on her green card through a waiver, but there are certain requirements as well as certain proofs that must be demonstrated. She should definitely consult with an immigration attorney.
Did you receive a "checklist" from NVC? Did you mail an I-864 previously? The I-864 is the Affidavit of Support. The letter might be referring that that. You should probably consult with and show that letter to an immigration attorney.
The above is general information only and...View More
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