They are reopening I am currently stuck in the US due to the coronavirus outbreak the borders of my country are closed. they are reopening this week, however the flights that were once available are being cancelled. this is very unstable and my stay is ending July 11th. I do not want to overstay on... Read more »
She’s here on a tourist visa which expires next August. would it be too risky to get married and apply for the adjustment of status right away within this short time? I have to mention as well that I was previously married and filed for adjustment of status for my ex wife (which went on... Read more »
I suggest you do not. Wait at least five years after the most recent DUI is settled. Speak with a criminal law attorney and see if it is possible to amend it to something else. It is possible that two dui can affect your status so arrange a consultation with an immigration attorney in your area
I've known her since 2011 and have visited her and her family many times. We have been engaged for 2 years and I want her to come to Boston so we can get married and I want her to stay with me in Boston. What is the best way to get this done?
The primary will go from B to R (I-129), but can the dependents stay in the US while this is in process? How do I apply for R2s for them? Will they have to return to Bahamas while this is in process, or do they have to return after approval? Is there an additional form to file with the I-129? 2... Read more »
My I 130 was approved and I have just received a notification from the NVC regarding my visa. I’m currently in the US but my I 94 expired and I would like to change my status to not have to go through the consular process and proceed with an adjusted status instead. Is that possible?
You have to show that you have visited her at least once in the last two years, that you both have the intent to get married, that you don’t have a criminal record and that you are financially able to support both of them. You need to consult with an experienced immigration attorney
My mother is in the US as a tourist (B2). I would like to adjust her status and apply for a green card for her. I am a US Citizen. Can I file for Adjustment of Status (I-485) first, then once approved, complete the (I-130)? Or do both forms need to be filed at the same time?
Yes you will have to file for a spouse visa if you want her to stay in the USA. Please insure however that you wait at least 90 days before marrying her otherwise immigration can or may allege marriage fraud on her part. If you have additional questions you can call us at 8139616119
Go to the county where you think you got married and same for the divorce and request a copy of each and then hire an attorney to help you compile the rest of the documents needed in order to apply for your citizenship
If you were planning on marrying her I suggest she stays and you apply for her green card. If she leaves now she faces a ten year bar and you will have to prove extreme and exceptional hardship to you to overcome her unlawful presence
I suggest you call my office at 8139616119 for further...Read more »
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