Must i marry my gf from my home country before applying for greencard? Who can i get into contact with?
answered on May 9, 2021
You should visit with an experienced immigration attorney to assist you in exploring options for you. The attorney can assess if you are able to change status. The timing of your marriage can also be discussed including a permanent job offer.
My wife and I are from the same country. However, she has US citizenship. When I submitted the AOS application (F1-visa), my wife was overseas, she is there for family matters.
The interview of AOS based on marriage is in two weeks. What should I tell the officer? is it a problem that she... Read more »
answered on Feb 17, 2020
If your U.S. citizen spouse is the petitioner of the relative petition that was filed with USCIS then both of you must present evidence that both of you are involved in a good faith marriage.
You also can explain the “ family matters “ that have caused your spouse to remain abroad and... Read more »
status, as she is married to me, a U.S. citizen, will she receive some document allowing her to travel to and from Mexico as we go through the process of her adjustment of status?
answered on Feb 15, 2019
If you apply for everything correctly, including advanced parole, she will have the ability to travel out of the country. That said, it is highly recommended that she does not. First, she has overstayed. Second, unless she came on a fiance visa, they can prevent her from entering based on immigrant... Read more »
My Girlfriend from Mexico whom I met while doing volunteer work in Ecuador came to visit me, after I returned to the United States, entering the country with a valid travel visa. After 2 months, I decided we could not live without each other and we got married.
If she travels back to... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2019
In general, A person will be admitted into the USA if they have a valid visa and go through inspection. Admission may be denied if the visa is expired or the person has overstayed their visa. Also, BP had discretion to cancel a visa if they suspect immigration intent.
Just being married to... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2018
If you successfully make it past a border or entry point and into the U.S., you'll have more time to apply for asylum. In fact, you can take up to a year after entering the U.S. to start the process. (If that deadline has passed, talk to an attorney—exceptions are possible, and USCIS may... Read more »
Dear Sir or Madam,
I have a few questions about my Wyoming LLC which I just registered. I originally registered the LLC especially in Wyoming because of the tax & privacy regulations.
- How am I taxed in the US?
- What type of entity should I choose to file my EIN... Read more »
answered on Jul 10, 2016
There are questions and answers similar to the mentioned situation on our website at http://aba-us.com/other-services/?lang=en. You can take a look for general information. Also you consult with an experienced immigration attorney for your best interest. Good luck.
I am currently an international student in the U.S. I have to leave the country soon, but I am not able to pay off my college bill. I was told at the financial office in my school that a collecting agency will take over my case if I fail paying. Since I am originally from a third world country I... Read more »
answered on Sep 13, 2015
The worst? Sorry, but you are asking me to imagine all sorts of grisly possibilities, which I won't do. In general, collection agencies annoy you with repeated phone calls, and sometimes find a collection attorney to sue you on a contingent-fee basis. To my knowledge they seldom bother with... Read more »
The warrant is only active in south carolina and we live in wyoming. I have been approved for deffered action, we have also been married for two years and have two kids.
answered on Jan 21, 2015
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