I want to petition my mom in December when I turn 21. I live in California right now. But I also plan on moving to Nevada in April of next year, before the process is complete. Would that affect the legal process in any way?
Im 23 year old citizen. My mom came to the U.S illegally and returned voluntarily to Mexico in 2002, no deportation. She’s been in Mexico ever since. I know I can petition her and it’ll be fairly quick process. But she also has my brother who is 14 and he can’t stay in Mexico alone. Is there... Read more »
You mother would be an immediate relative and you can petition for her and she would not have to wait for visa availability - meaning she could be a green card holder in about a year or so (not considering Covid delays). Your brother however is not an immediate relative to you and...Read more »
I am the petitioner petitioning my husband. We already have an approved I130. Our case is at NVC waiting for an interview date. Our physical address remains the same but our mailing address in USA has changed. I already sent an inquiry and notified NVC but do we also have to fill out AR 11 and an... Read more »
The I-865 is not needed until the visa has been approved. You only need to notify USCIS of a changed mailing address if you have a case pending with USCIS. You have one pending with the NVC, so you’ll want to notify that agency.
its been more than five years , green card holder . i want to apply for my wife. so i want to figure out which one is the best to do at first either apply for her or apply citizenship for me . which one gonna be easy and fast?
Another alternative is to fill both at the same time. Once the I-130 is approved for your spouse, then, if you naturalize and become a US citizen, your visa petition automatically become an immediate relative petition.
I am a US citizen petitioning my husband. We have an approved I 130 and submitted all the documents including I 864 to NVC and they have been accepted. Right now we are just waiting for them to give us an interview date at the American embassy. Our physical address is in Mexico but our mailing... Read more »
denial letter says no appeal to the decision, only motion to reconsider/reopen. But a field office made a mistake stating I-130 was abandoned and therefore got denied. Petition has never been abandoned and all info was provided on time.
If I process my E2 while I am in USA I know if I exit the country you will have to go to respective county USA embassy to get the visa again.will this rule apply for dependent as well or they can enter USA freely
I am on H-1B visa with company X and have decided to join a non profit healthcare organization who will be transferring my H1-B visa along with extension. Will it impact if I decide to switch to any other company at later point in time post successfull transfer? What are chances that my Visa... Read more »
Whether you can successfully “port” to another employer depends on multiple factors including the amount of time that you have been in H-1B status, if the job position is a specialty occupation, your background and qualifications, etc. The same factors will come into play when you decide to...Read more »
I filed I-90 to renew my greencard. I went for my biometrics at the local uscis office last year. They notices I wrote my legal name differently (missing the married name) ie. Jane Ford instead of the legal Jane Ford Gordon. I explained to the officer there that I have made an error. I thought he... Read more »
My course was born in CA but she was taken to Mexico at a very young age and her name was changed in mexico all her records and school records are in a different name but she has her us social security and birth certificate but she has not reentered the county because she is scared they won't... Read more »
My mother came to the US in Dec 2019 on B2 visa and her i94 was until June 2020. She was supposed to leave in June 2020, before her i94 expired, but due to the Covid situation, we filed a 6 month extension for her in April 2020. The current status of the application is “Application was... Read more »
Hi..I am a u.s citizen and my wife is a greencard holder and I am currently outside the u.s and my stay was protracted (more than 5 years) due to me being alongside my mother who was ill and my wife was forced to stay with me this period as she obviously couldn't leave me and travel back to... Read more »
I am a Registered Nurse working in the US for over 30 years and recently my job placed me on "Temporary Leave" due to Covid 19 until we can resume full time indoor opening. My TN Visa status then was revoked completely by US Border Control when applying for a New TN Visa for a secondary... Read more »
NO. Working without authorization will jeapordize your ability to receive any further immigration benefit seek. Secondly, remaining in the USA without a visa may also jeapordize any further immigration benefit you seek.
The requirements for naturalization are more stringent than the requirements for the renewal of your permanent resident card. You should have an attorney review the denial letter with you to see what options you may have to obtain your citizenship.
Hey, I’d say just wait for the decision on the first application. You can contact the USCIS or check the status of your case online. If you need help checking online, I’d be happy to help. Give me a call.
My Iranian wife and I married May of this year, we fell in love in grad school (I am a US citizen by the way). We married during COVID quarantine and I’m not close to my family, so only a few of her family members could Skype in.
How can we best mitigate issues with our green card application?
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