I went to renew my license and the DMV changed my license without advising putting my last name from my permanent residency instead of what on my social security card. I looked at the real Id act and everything said the license must match the social security card
If you were paroled into the United States as refugees or asylums and received your LPR status in December of 2018 then you may file for naturalization in exactly four years and one day in December of 2022, provided you qualify otherwise.
my mom is undocumented. I recently saw that she can get a visa through her siblings since they were born here. However, both of them sponsored my aunties husband to get his visa. Can they still sponsor her? How long does the process usually take?
I am a US resident and have been mistakenly filing taxes under Single, I know now that I should have been using the Married status eventhough my then husband lived abroad and had NEVER been to the US and had no income tied to the US. He never got an ITIN and I saw that I could have used the mention... Read more »
You coulda mend prit tax returns with your CPA or accountant. In terms of discussing your foreign national spouse ssn and other issues a comprehensive legal review is necessary with an attorney of your selection.
I became a citizen 3 days ago and have to wait at least 10 days to update my SSN. I have to fill out an I9 for a new job. Should I select permanent resident or citizen? My permanent resident card was still valid but I had to surrender it upon taking the oath. Thank you.
Statutorily there are no legal grounds for a foreign Indian national to seek U.S. Citizenship, unless that foreign national qualifies to naturalize under a number of statutorily available legal pathways. There are numerous to describe as a foreign national may seek asylum, immigration visa, lawful...Read more »
I have dual nationality and I travelled to the US on an ESTA with my European passport. However it is coming up to a year I have been in the US. Can I apply for CAA with my cuban passport and be able to stay legally in the US?
The bars to adjustment enumerated in Immigration & Nationality Act (INA) 245(c) are inapplicable. So, one who was admitted as nonimmigrant visitor without a visa under the Visa Waiver Program (what you referred to as ESTA) can, assuming all other requirements for the Cuban Adjustment Act (CCA)...Read more »
I’m an F1 student and we’re currently preparing a family petition green card application and I’ve never gotten a clear answer in what to put in the employment history section for most recent employment. Do I put unemployed since I’m a student? Do I put student? Or do I put unemployed and... Read more »
You need to provide clear, full and accurate answers. For instance, if you were an F-1 student you need to state exactly that with the corresponding dates. Since you need to account for five past years of employment history, go back chronologically and list any employment places if applicable.
While I was filling my I-130 application online I came to the question if I have had any removal proceedings so I assumed that I did because of NTA but then in the part where I have to type the place and date of hearing, the system would not allow me to put a future date.
I was in USA from 2009 to 2013. I have studied and worked on my OPT in usa. My whole family lives in USA ( 2 sisters, 1 brother and my mom). I moved to Kenya in 2013 after marriage. I have visited USA in 2015 for 3 months on visitor visa and again in 2016 for 6 months. In... Read more »
I applied for family reunion with my dad while he stayed in Mexico as a tourist. He was approved for reunion and USCIS sent us to NVC. We submitted all the required documentation and NVC received them and tried to schedule an appointment for us in US Embassy of Juarez, Mexico. However, US embassy... Read more »
A case review is required for your submission. If you father was paroled into the United States there may be a possibility to adjust his status without Consular Processing. But that legal analysis can be determined only after a full case review.
The papers have already been sent to D.C. for processing so they can get their citizenship. This started because of the enlistment into the military and the constant talk with a lawyer. But if the person is discharged, can they still get their parents their papers?
Possibly, based on one's military discharge status and other factors. You indicated the parents do have a licensed immigration counsel which should be the best legal route as that professional should be intimately familiar with the case fine, correspondence, case filing and evidentiary case support.
I want to migrate to the US. I know minors, even unaccompanied homeless immigrants with no legal status, have the right to enroll themselves in school, but what then? I have no relatives or friends in the US. How do I even get a job if I have no legal standing? My goal is to get emancipation, but... Read more »
'm the husband (sponsor) of my wife (the beneficiary). I prepared the I-130A for my wife and listed myself as the Preparer. Do I also have to list myself as the Interpreter? My wife speaks English, but if there's any part that she reads and needs a clarification from me on what it is, do... Read more »
If she speaks English and knows the words but you are helping her understand the meaning of something (rather than translate from English to her native language) then I don't think you need to list yourself as the interpreter. Best wishes!
Hi I want to apply for my citizenship. My spouse citizenship is denied for not submitting the RFE’s because her attorney told that not to submit. Because it can leads to her to removal proceeding. This situation will cause any problem in my citizenship application if I applied for citizenship .... Read more »
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