Good morning, I wanted to know if it is possible for someone waiting for their initial US green card to visit Canada from US with the I-155 stamp on their foreign passport. Do Canadian officers create problems? Thanks.
My mother is sponsoring my younger brother and will be completing the I-864 although she is currently unemployed. I will be filing an I-864A since both my mother and younger brother will be living with me at my residence. I make enough money to cover the required threshold. My question is, since... Read more »
Go to the USCIS site at USCIS.gov. In the right top corner type: I-134 (Affidavit of support), after that scroll down to the line "instructions" where you may learn all requirements for that affidavit of support.
I was studying in Australia and everything was good until on my husband suggestion i went for USA b2 visa for touring the country .After that he brought me back to India by false promise and ran away leaving me pregnant.i complained to police as his parents took my passport and Australian study... Read more »
We screwed up everything. We married in Ohio while she was on her tourist visa and applied for a green card. She left a month later because of work troubles and I went with her. We told our last lawyer to cancel the forms. I have not worked in 5 months, but she makes enough for both of us, (She is... Read more »
You may most likely take a trip of fewer than 30 days to countries contiguous to the United States and reenter on an expired visa provided you have proper documentation and have not applied for a new visa during the visit. Canada would be such a contiguous country.
You can file a fiancé visa petition, and once approved he can enter the United States, but must marry within 90 days of arrival. After marriage, you can sponsor him for his green card through the adjustment of status process.
Should I tell on my application that I was out of the country for more than 6 months 10 years ago and got back in on SB-1 thus retained my green card? I thought it only matters the last 5 years, but I don't want to lie.
I need to correct a Petition for Name Change by adding a patronymic name in to the former name. Document is issued by the Department of Homeland Security. I was told that they had nothing to do with the name change, the case is closed, and I need to call to the court they work... Read more »
You would need the court to issue you a name change, they cannot actually change the name on your certificate, but you first have to obtain a name change from the state court and then once you have the judge’s order legally changing your name you would then have to file Form N-565 with the...Read more »
USCIS requires a petitioner to file an affidavit for support, Form I-864, and meet certain income thresholds based on the federal poverty guidelines and household size. This requirement does not extend to accommodations. You can see the income requirements here: https://www.uscis.gov/i-864p
You can file a fiancé visa to bring your boyfriend to the U.S. Upon arrival in this visa category, you will need to marry within 90 days. Then, he will need to adjust status in the U.S. This is a two step process. I suggest to seek the assistance of an experienced immigration lawyer.
Since you are a US citizen sponsoring your wife, you must file an affidavit of support, even though you do not have sufficient income. However, you will need a cosponsor, someone who has sufficient income and who was either a green card or US citizenship. This person who has to be presently...Read more »
When you state that you use it do you mean that you enrolled in the school insurance plan for international students? In any case using your school insurance plan would not affect your eligibility for green card or EAD.
My partner is on a L1A and applied for Green Card. She received a notification for her i-485 that "Card is being produced"? Does it means she will receive an EAD or Green Card? If she receives her EAD, can she leaves her current employer? thank you.
Based on how you have presented the facts and posed your question, it sounds as though the green card is being produced. As to leaving the employment of the employer that sponsored your partner for the green card upon receiving the green card, your partner may wish to schedule a consultation with...Read more »
Im a United States permanent resident since 2000. 22 years and zero criminal records. Good person, government employee as well. Well, everytime I travel international and return at the airport US immigration sends me to secondary inspection. Funny thing is that they don't ask me anything but... Read more »
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