Because your case has been pending for this length of time, you are going to be scheduled for a personal interview at your local USCIS office. Make a USCIS InfoPass appointment for Nashville and you may find out more information. Viz: https://my.uscis.gov/appointment
It depends on your needs or schedule. If you have to leave, your case may be cancelled depending on the facts in your case. If you can stay until you receive approval, fine. You ought to inquire about the delay 1-800-375-5283, also, check with the immigration attorney who drafted the primary H-1B...Read more »
I came here on a k1 visa. Got married last dec2016. Got my 2 yr permanent residence card in sept2016. I’m a nurse and started working in January2018. We started arguing about money after I started working and earning my own money. He wanted complete control of my money. He wanted me to pay for... Read more »
You can file for divorce. Then you can file to remove the conditions on your 2 year card and get a 10 year green card as a divorced spouse of US citizen. You will need documentary evidence, photos, receipts, apartment leases, bills, and lots of monthly financial statements from Sept. 2016 to the...Read more »
Really depends upon how much time has passed since school enrollment date. If a couple of days or so, check with your FSA or foreign student advisor, and you may be put back into F-1 status. Otherwise you may be now out of status. Consult with an immigration lawyer regarding your options.
My girlfriend and I are in a long distance relationship, she lives in the United States and I live in Canada. I was wondering what the immigration process would be like for me to move there, or for her to move here. How long does it take, what is the process like, what kind of information do we... Read more »
If you've actually met within the past 2 years she can petition for you to come to the USA on a 90 day fiancé visa and you can marry. You cannot be sponsored as a boyfriend - no such visa category. Can't answer Q about Canadian law - see a Canadian immigration lawyer.
First, hire an immigration lawyer to advise and represent you. Next, an inquiry has to be made concerning the status of the I-751. ( I suspect it was granted or denied & you never received the notice.) Third, yes you can file an N-400 petition, but the I-751 has to be approved before your N-400...Read more »
I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case. Not because I think you’re not capable of handling it, you may will be, but in order for the lawyer to debrief and brief you, analyze, assess and evaluate your case and maximize the possibilities for a...Read more »
F-1 student visas are designated "D/S" for the duration of status of that educational institution's program. So, if someone is in a four year program, it's good for that period of time. Same with associate's degree - 2 years. F-1 visas can be extended for additional year(s)...Read more »
Your Q requires more Qs from me in order to give you the correct advice. If he's a visa overstay - yes, you can sponsor him.If he's an entrant without inspection (EWI) he must visa process abroad at his home country's U.S. consulate.I would urge you to consult with and hire an...Read more »
We can't afford the legal fees. I did some research, and it said on a site that a lawyer is not needed. I have printed off all the necessary paperwork and she has already done her immigration physical. Can we send this in with the money order needed?
Hard to answer without knowing her history. Sounds okay. But I would recommend that you consult with an immigration lawyer to prepare you two for the format & procedures for your interview/examination appointment with USCIS.
No, your attorney can legally do so by filing a name change petition in your local state court. You must testify that you are not doing so to avoid your just debts or creditors or to avoid law enforcement authorities, or for any other illegal, illicit purpose; you're not doing this to avoid...Read more »
One does not get deported due to a traffic ticket. I suspect that the father was detected by ICE and determined to be illegally present in the USA and then placed in deportation court proceedings. Next, If this was more than 5 years ago, he may be able to return on a US citizen immediate...Read more »
If I have my conditional green card and I chose to move back to my home country with my husband during the 2 year span. I know I must forfeit my status. However, if his work takes us back to the US later on in life, will I be able to reapply for a green card and live in the US again?
Why not apply for a re-entry permit to preserve your residency card? If your husband has been assigned to work abroad by his employer you may be able to keep your card. Otherwise, yes, he can petition for you again, but this time for a 10 year card.
If you are a U.S. citizen and they have no prior adverse history w/USCIS or criminal arrests/convictions here, you would be able to petition for them. I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case. Not because I think you’re not capable of handling...Read more »
May be too long ago, and the difficulty would be in getting a DA or Asst. police chief to agree to sign the certification of cooperation needed. I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case. Not because I think you’re not capable of handling it, you...Read more »
I think, yes. But your Q requires too many Qs on my part and lots of As on yours. I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case. Not because I think you’re not capable of handling it, you may will be, but in order for the lawyer to debrief and brief...Read more »
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