If your Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) application has been pending for over a year, you may contact the U.S. Department of State's Office of Children's Issues at 1-888-407-4747 or via email at email@example.com to inquire about the status of your application. If your application...Read more »
In general, if your criminal record has been sealed, it means that it is not accessible to the public, and it should not be considered when applying for most jobs, housing, or other opportunities. However, when it comes to international travel, the rules can be more complicated. It is possible that...Read more »
We wanted to know if there is anyway he can stay in the US while this is pending. He travels back and forth for 3 months at a time but it’s becoming costly at this point. We are also planning our big family wedding in June since when we got married in jan of 2022 it was during Covid.
As a 20-year-old Christian, if I am at the age of 20 and the age of majority in Alabama is 19, then what would happen if I moved to Mississippi, in which the age of majority is 21? Will I turn back into a boy in that state?
The age of majority is governed by the law of the state with the most significant relationship to the contract or transaction in question. Your place of residence at the time of the contract or transaction will be a meaningful contact in that analysis.
Mi trámite se encuentra en las oficinas centrales del departamento de estado en Washington, pero estoy en proceso de reubicación de mi hija ya que se movió de estado y ahora se encuentra ahí y me comentan que yo puedo buscar ayuda legal por mi parte
Hi I am a F1 visa status international student from Japan. My friend (he is an US citizen) asked me to be his co-founder for his company. I am scheduled to leave the States this year after graduation. I was wondering if I can be his co-founder and, if so, what are some regulations/processes I have... Read more »
There are complicated immigration rules regarding volunteering, working, and passive investing on your F-1 visa. Your OPT might be useful if the work is related to your degree. Then there is the possibility of if a change of status to L-1, for example. Without assessing the specifics of your case...Read more »
A family law attorney that handles divorces. You may also wish to consult with an immigration attorney to determine the impact this divorce might have on your status, for example, if you are a conditional rather than permanent resident.
Your question does not contain enough information to provide you an answer. It appears you have a question about timing requirements when you miss an interview with USCIS. You should contact a local immigration attorney ASAP, if you missed an interview.
I am an H1b Dentist in Austin, Tx. I want to buy a dental practice in association with my friend with a GC who is a non dentist. We plan on hiring another dentist to work in the potential practice while I plan on working for my current employer solely.
I am currently in a masters program but I ran out of funding this semester and want to transfer to a community college. I am concerned about how this affect my F1 visa status and chances of getting a green card in future.
I filed I130 for my unmarried son back in 97 he was 15 yo. Once case was approved it was never transferred to NVC because he was supposed to go through AOS which never did and never lived in US. I naturalized US citizen officially 2012 as per my Naturalization certificate, then, a month later, my... Read more »
You will want to notify NVC about both your naturalization and your son’s marriage, as his visa category has now changed to F3 (married child of a United States citizen) and depending on his priority date, a visa may/may not be available to him at this time. As long as he married AFTER you...Read more »
He served in Arizona, was released 2001. We have been together for 6 years 10 months, our baby is 15 months old. We want to get married and live here in California. He currently works for the IMSS (Mexican Institute of Social Security-Federal Medial Hospital) in Tecate Baja California.
Depends on the amount of marijuana that he was caught with and exactly what he was convicted of. If he was convicted of possession for sale or something along those lines, this would constitute a drug trafficking conviction, which would make him permanently inadmissible to the United States....Read more »
And after that I was invited to ask for the travel authorization. Unfortunately I made a mistake and included my middle name twice. So while in the I-134A form I appear as Ana Maria Fernandez in the travel authorization issued by Homeland security I appear as Ana Maria Maria Fernandez. All the rest... Read more »
When I was asked to apply for the travel authorization I made a mistake and included my middle name twice. So while in the I-134A form I'm Ana X Fernandez, on the travel authorization I'm Ana X X Fernandez. All the other data are correct. Would this prevent me from entering the US? How... Read more »
Hello I have entered US in September 2019, with B2 tourist visa. My i94 is till March 2020. I changed my status to F1 in 2020. Applied for Aos through eb3 unskilled. I 485 filed October 2022, after that I dropped my F1
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