I have switched from Employer A to Employer B during May 2022 and Employer A revoked my H1B after i transferred to Employer B. My Wife have the H4 (Employer A) which is valid till Aug 2023, I have transferred H4 with Employer B which is valid from Aug 2023 till 2025. We have booked VISA... Read more »
I am in the process of renewing my EAD/Parole(I-765 &I-131) . My eligibility category is c9(pending I-485 AOS, Indian Citizen)
On the I-765 form in Part 2 line 24 and 25 there is a question about my immigration status
24.Immigration Status at Your Last Arrival (for example, B-2... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
Based on the information you provided, you should write "pending I-485 AOS" for both line 24 and line 25. "DA" typically refers to "deferred inspection," which means that your immigration status was not officially determined when you arrived in the U.S. However, since... Read more »
I am a Canadian citizen married to an American citizen and I came with a B-2 Visa wanted to change my status to permanent residence under marriage but my lawyer told me not to file the I-130 form as I was already in the states and told me just to file the I-485 which was denied on December 6. What... Read more »
answered on Jan 9, 2023
In order to obtain a green card or immigrant visa through your U.S. citizen spouse, whether you are in or outside of the United States, you either need an approved I-130 petition or must file the I-130 petition concurrently with the Form I-485. The I-130 petition is to reserve your immigrant visa... Read more »
answered on Feb 18, 2022
If there is a pending criminal case the judge may order a defendant to surrender one's passport. Secondly, a minor under 18 may not request one's passport for any reason from one's custodial parents or legal guardians.
If someone crosses the border and... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2022
You can bring her here on a fiance visa. That visa allows her to come here and you can get married within 90 days. You complete the various paperwork necessary for the application and submit it to USCIS and she gets an interview at the consulate in her country when the application is approved. At... Read more »
If you were brought to the US by your mother
who is a permanent resident with a green card
and you also got a green card but your mum has
an issue to travel does that affect you too not to
answered on Jan 20, 2022
Your parent's impediments for traveling abroad and back to the U.S. are not going to be obstacles for you unless your parent acquired the immigrant visa by fraud and you derived your status from your parent.
I am a senior on ssi for a disability. Fter spending a large amount of money then paying for citizenship in the US I was treated very bad and blocked then to be told she would talk to me if I sent her money again.
answered on Jan 5, 2022
It is unclear how you are getting SSI Disability, since you seem unqualified, but more information is needed!
There must be reciprocal love and mutual moral support between a couple in order to commit to marriage as a matter of immigration law. If a foreigner marries a U.S. citizen... Read more »
Her sponsor is her ex's sister. They have been mistreating her and trying to get her to go back to him. There has not been physical violence but she works with her sponsor. She only wants out of her sponsor. She works hard and wants to stay in the united states but doesn't know what she... Read more »
answered on Dec 31, 2021
Your friend needs to make sure she has her passport with her at all times to avoid any problems with the sponsor. You mention she has a sponsor but is on a visitor's visa and that she was engaged. Usually someone on a visitor's visa does not need a sponsor so it is a bit confusing when... Read more »
Moved to the state in 2003
- My mom lives is venezuela right now
- she does not have a tourist visa
- I will become a USA citizen in a few months
- I work as engineer in USA
- My mom take medication for depression
- my mom has a sister who committed suicide
- my mom is... Read more »
answered on Nov 25, 2021
You present a very long list of legal and personal issues that should be directed to a licensed practicing attorney familiar with that area of immigration law. Consider meeting in person or remotely via conference call or zoom.
answered on Oct 4, 2021
Provided you were lawfully admitted into the USA 28 years go you may adjust status through your USC spouse assuming you meet all other requirements.
My American citizen child just turned 21 and is going to petition me to get a green card. He is a college student so he doesn't have the income for the affidavit of support. I don't have anybody else I could ask this for, it's very intrusive. The USCIS site says I don't need the... Read more »
answered on Jun 18, 2021
Your son needs to complete the Affidavit of Support but your income can be counted towards the minimum income required so you won't need another sponsor. If you are doing the Adjustment of Status on your own, I strongly encourage you to at least consult with an immigration attorney to make... Read more »
my father lives in Greece, is Georgian citizen. I am applying I-130 for him, how should I answer the question Was the beneficiary EVER in immigration proceedings? as he has never been in states, but he has been an lawful residence in Greece . And never had any issues with immigration in Greece .... Read more »
Now I move to Connecticut because they allow this marriage and I sent all new domicile to them in CEAC, I contact the US embassy in Sudan. They told me just wait about my case because my husband has been case refused for 6 months now. his medical exam already expired on April 8th, 2021, the US... Read more »
answered on Apr 25, 2021
The law that governs decisions regarding immigration is found in the Immigration and Nationality Act. This is federal and not state law.
Hi, I'm an LPR of 28 years and had to go abroad to help my sick and old parents, with an I-131, 2-year reentry permit that just expired. I came back 2 months ago to file for a new but have not even gotten the receipt note. I've found that there are severe delays, no oversight, no follow... Read more »
answered on Feb 17, 2021
Unfortunately, this is the reality that we live in. Our firm can assist in following up on the issue and to seek some resolution. However, given the pandemic and changing political climate, the situation is totally unpredictable.
Legal question. I got my first dui November 2019 in CT-no accident involved. My criminal lawyer said that they will seal the case and wont show up in my record. Because of covid they kept suspending my case until now and the court hasn’t have happened yet. In August 20’ I made 5 years in US... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2021
You will not be granted naturalization with a pending DUI.
even though the case may be sealed and not on your record you must answer yes to the question whether you have ever been arrested and convicted. you must furnish a complete certified c opy of the record to the USCIS.
There... Read more »
My mother just went to her second naturalization interview because she failed the civic portion the first time.
The officer told me she passed the civic but still had to deny her because she doesn't speak English? I'm so lost and confused and don't know... Read more »
answered on Jul 7, 2020
The ability to speak and read English is a requirement for becoming a US Citizen. It does seem unfortunate they did not tell you this the first time. You may be able to appeal this decision or file a lawsuit in Federal Court.
I got a green card 5 years ago through the dv lottery. I want to know if I will have a problem at the interview since I got arrested, but I didn’t got charged at the court.
answered on Apr 10, 2020
Yes, you will have a problem. Generally you have to wait five years after your criminal disposition to apply for citizenship.
I was placed in removal proceedings and was bond out due to overstayed visa . My background and record are clean 0 violations.
I filed defensive asylum reason we came here all family we were prosecuted and had fear threatening political group. My dad was One of the groups member we were... Read more »
answered on Jan 2, 2020
Your best bet is to hire an attorney to represent you in this process.
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