The mother, 6 year-old and 18 year-old son are trying to get their green cards. They came to the US and showed up at my church with $65 looking for help. Can we sponsor them as a church and how long would this commitment be?
There is not enough information to accurately answer this question, as the answer depends on method of entry into US, as well as education, training, and experience variables. It would be best if the Mother spoke with a reputable immigration attorney.
I was previously granted TPS and recently the TPS has been extended until 2018. My question is kind of dumb but as I read through USCIS website I couldn't find the specific answer. I understand that I will have to re - register and fill out the form I-821 for TPS and I-765 for EAD, so do I... Read more »
I'm 21 years old, over a year ago I stupidly had gotten married to an immigrant, we no longer talk and he's proceeding to apply for a green card filling out paper work and giving my information all by his self and he won't give me divorce, I'm stuck, no family and no legal... Read more »
He can't file paperwork by himself to have you sponsor him. Typically both spouses must appear for the interview with USCIS. If you don't sign anything, he can't file a Petition for an Immigrant visa, as your beneficiary, without you, the Petitioner.
§21-1708. Grand larceny in night time from person a felony.
When it appears upon such trial, that such larceny was committed by stealing in the night time, from the person of another, the offender shall be guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary not...Read more »
You did not indicate where you are currently. Syrian beneficiaries of approved I-130 immigrant visa petitions have the option to apply directly to the USRAP in certain locations throughout the Middle East and North Africa. If you are a Syrian beneficiary of an approved I-130 petition, you have...Read more »
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