I am 51 year-old male with 2 daughters and a spouse. My spouse, I and our older daughter (22) recently became Unites States citizen ( via N-400). My younger child still holds a green card. She is 17 years old (born in 2004). What form do we need to fill out next for her to become a US citizen.... Read more »
I am 51 year-old male with 2 daughters and a spouse. My spouse, I and our older daughter (22) recently became Unites States citizen (N-600). My younger child still holds a green card. She is 17 years old (born in 2004). What form do we need to fill out next for her to become a US citizen.... Read more »
A child may derive U.S. citizenship before her 18th Birthday, where her biological parent naturalizes. If she seems to have derived U.S. citizenship, she is required to file form N-600. If not, then she must file form N-400 after she turns 18 years old. She can try to file for a fee waiver, but...Read more »
i have a CRBA application pending for my baby overseas. but i have a disability low vision.
because of which i have never worked nor attended school in US, nor paid any bill or rent my family is doing it for me but the counselor is only asking for 1 of the maintioned above to prove my 5... Read more »
More information is needed to better answer your question. As to evidence of you being in the country before you turned 14, that could include school records, tax filings by parents, affidavits, medical records and the like.
I got married to a US citizen in 2016. My oldest daughter was one month away from turning 18 at the time of the marriage. She is now almost 23 and still unmarried. Can we file for a green card for her based off my marriage while she is in the United States?
Impossible to answer as your note lacks essential facts. But even generally, a visa overstay begins to acquire unlawful presence and one that time exceeds one year that visa overstayed foreign national triggers a statutory ten year inadmissibility finding.
The requirements to sponsor her So my husband filled out an I-864A. Now, me and my husband filled our taxes together so does that mean I also have to fill out a I-864A because my income is also on the income tax return he is providing?
You fill out the I-864A only if you intend to be joint sponsor/household member. Your husband will need to provide proof of HIS income stated on the joint tax return. Your share of the income on the return can not be considered for meeting the financial requirement unless you complete an I-864A.
They charged me with strangulation and assault but I didn’t do it, because i have an accent they say the body cam says I admitted to it( not true). They also said I had former charges that they pinned on me but the charges date back to the 90s when I was still a child in Jamaica. My public... Read more »
You should immediately contact an immigration lawyer from the JUSTIA directory or the American Immigration Lawyers Association directory. Pleading guilty to criminal offenses can have extremely serious results like deportation if you are not a US citizen. Even if you are a citizen a guilty plea can...Read more »
Hello, we have filed an I-130 and an I-485 for my mother-in-law who is currently in the US on a visitor's visa. UPS confirmed that the documents reached the USCIS office months ago, but we haven't heard anything from them. At what point are those forms considered "pending",... Read more »
The Adjustment of Status is considered "pending"/in processing from the time it is received. So your mother-in-law is not accruing unlawful presence from the time the application was received. Best wishes!
The agreement refers to the deed. If the deed does not accurately describe things then you may have a claim with the title insurnace company or others. I suggest you review this with an attorney who handles real estate matters.
My younger brother as an international student was charged with misdemeanor and felony in 2015 in Philadelphia but left for Korea due to his medical conditions without finishing his hearings. Per my search, his cases had active warrany but now they are inactive. I'd like to hire a lawyer who... Read more »
Your B-1/B-2 non- immigrant visa has been cancelled by operation of law after you overstayed the authorized period that was granted by CBP at the U. S. port of entry. Hence you may not be allowed entry after your departure from the U.S. unless you obtain the B-1/B-2 visa at the U.S. consulate.
As a petitioner, am I required to take a birth certificate with me to his interview? I don’t have my birth certificate and only have my U.S passport which states that I was born in the U.S...... my second question is that my husband submitted a medication examination form back when he was in his... Read more »
I am a J1 student. I applied for the Non-objection waiver on October 2017. I got an approved I-130 on January 2018 and applied for a I-485 in March 2018. I received an approved outcome from the U.S. Department in November 2020 and a granted a I-612 in December 1 2020 prior to their denial in... Read more »
I applied for naturalization with qualifying military service in October 28th. USCIS's estimate case completion is July 2021 and my conditional green card expires in May 1st, 2021. Do I need to apply to remove conditions on my card/ renew card? Thanks a lot for reading this!
I'm under type Immigrant Visa for a Spouse or Fiance of a US Citizen. I'm currently using my husband's company health insurance but it's very expensive. I want to switch to Medicare but will this affect my chances of receiving a permanent green card (I already hold a temporary... Read more »
Yes. This may effect your ability to adjust status. It may also result in your financial sponsor being liable for your medical bills if incurred. The purpose of the I-864 is to insure that an immigrant is financially taken care of and will not depend on any tax payer benefits.
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