Hi, I have been a U.S permanent resident for 30 years and have a clean record both driving and criminal. But before I was 18 years old I made a trip to Mexico with some friends and on the way back we were detained for having some marijuana. This happened in Arizona. I went back to court twice... View More
Yes you can still become a us citizen. You have to get a certified copy of your case including the arrest and court disposition, if your record was expunged or sealed you still need a certified letter from the court, in addition because the charge accrued before your 18th birthday it will not be...View More
The fiancé visa states that "If your fiancé(e) marries you within 90 days of being admitted to the United States as a K-1 nonimmigrant, he or she may apply for lawful permanent resident status in the United States (a Green Card).
Yes your wife can travel to Poland to visit her mother. She needs to travel with her receipt showing that her green card is valid for an additional 48 months In addition she could request a stamp an I - 551 stamp on her passport at the nearest uscis office
I accidentally filed for the I-90 on October 20,2021 which was 90days prior to when my 2 year green card expired . Unfortanetly I just found out while checking on any updates That I was suppose to file for the I-751 . I am in disbelief and don’t know what to do because I read that they can deport... View More
My question is, how do I go about getting all his documents together if I have nothing to go off on? All I have is the picture he took when they took refuge in Thailand before coming to the States. A few years back, I went to the Immigration center in Milwaukee and they told us to go to the place... View More
I am planning to get her here to live with me..Can I ask the immigration officer for adjust of status at the port of entrance ? O need to start the petition while she is over there? ..She is alone in Ecuador...my brother and sister can’t take care of her but I am
Yes you can marry him as long as it’s 90-120 days after entry otherwise uscis can allege immigration fraud. Before Covid-19 it could take four to six months for approval now it takes about six to nine months. He cannot leave the us during the process until he is issued a travel document. Feel...View More
I applied for naturalization with qualifying military service in October 28th. USCIS's estimate case completion is July 2021 and my conditional green card expires in May 1st, 2021. Do I need to apply to remove conditions on my card/ renew card? Thanks a lot for reading this!
If your mother in law has been out of the country for four years then she is no longer a green card holder A green card would have been deemed abandoned after one year. That being the case she cannot sponsor her daughter
My husband had his pardon approved last year. We submitted all documents required from NVC on 4/30/20 we received a letter on 5/22/20 with case number and the letter stated that my husbands application was now in que awaiting for immigration appointment the preference category for visa is IR1 (... View More
Due to new regulation, international students would have to leave the country if colleges transfer to online only. I currently have a F1 visa and was wondering: would you need to leave the country as well if you're married to a US citizen?
Im 18 years old and I live with my parents in Spain, I would like to claim my citizenship through birthright, when I was born my dad was an American citizen but he didn't stay in America for 5 years or more, is it then possible to claim it through my grandparent?
The answer is it depends once your grandparents can prove that they have also lived here for five years beyond age 14 there are several steps that must be taken including having an interview at one of Theresa service centers when you come in
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Very basic status. Green card through spouse (me as citizen husband) and (spouse is the person for green card) no criminal background, has daca and came to states as a B2 visitor, and has been here for years.
Have all applications in hand for process, just wanted to confirm if the specific... View More
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... View 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... View More
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