If you are married and the relationship is over, you file for a divorce. If you are not married you can file for a "paternity" case asking the judge to order that he is the father, then ask for custody, visitation to him and an order for child support from him to help support the baby....Read more »
I’ve received the F2B visa petition approval in mid May/20 and yesterday I’ve finished submitting all the documents on the CEAC website. I’m curious to know if the Trump’s freeze will delay my case until ‘21 or further.
The Trump Administration’s recent Executive Order suspended the entry of certain foreign nationals on employment-based nonimmigrant visas into the United States. This Executive Order covers those with an:
• H-1B visa and any foreign national accompanying or following to join them;...Read more »
It is recommended that you renew your green card in case you need to travel outside the U.S. while your naturalization application is pending, or if you need a valid residence card for work or other purposes.
No, the important thing is that you and she file "married", whether you file jointly or separately. Depending upon how she is obtaining status (through marriage or other means), it may be quite important the amount of income shown on your taxes, but not how you file.
Someone I know is in this situation now he got an email from the consulate that his visa got revoked on unknown grounds, "This email is to inform you that your U.S. visa has been revoked pursuant to section 221(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) and is no longer a valid travel... Read more »
No. This persons will be unable to enter the U.S. They will also have trouble seeking a new visa to enter the U.S., but the EU and Australia are separate matters unrelated to any decision by a U.S. Embassy. Good luck.
The above is general information, not legal advice, and does not...Read more »
I received my permanent card a few years ago, I’m an Israeli national, and now in the process of renewing for the 10 year green card (submitted biometrics a few months ago), living in the US. I recently learned that I am eligible to request a Portuguese citizenship and was wondering if that would... Read more »
Yes, you can apply for Portuguese citizenship and it will not affect your green cad application in any way. It does not matter if you have additional passports for purposes of the permanent residence process.
My wife works in United States and she has applied for STEM OPT extension. Now the USCIS process is still on going and she has not got a reply from them yet.My question was whether i can apply for F2 dependent visa before she gets a reply for USCIS. She applied for OPT extension around 25 may.
all he did was the first paperwork. i was the one asking uscis what was going in and in the email uscis sent me it has another lawyer name then the one i was paying and the one thats on my contract. hes not wanting to refund me anything
You would need to first demand your money back directly from the attorney you hired. It would be best if you placed your complaint in a letter, describing in detail why you believe you are entitled to the refund. Your attorney may agree with you, or provide a partial refund, or deny your claim...Read more »
I was born here in the US and have undocumented parents that use a working permit(TPS) . I recently turned 20 and at 21 i'm planning to file papers for my parents. But I'm also in a relationship with another undocumented person that also has a different kind of working permit. I've... Read more »
As a US citizen, you are allowed to sponsor your spouse and your parents [when you turned 21]. You will be required to execute an affidavit of support to show you have the required annual income to support your household size including the person you are filing papers for. If your income is...Read more »
The issue is your name, not your mom's name, because you are registering for Social Security. If your mom pretended to be someone else, then that is a completely different issue. It should not affect you if you were born in the United States.
Currently my wife (Argentinian) & I (US Citizen) are filing to change her status from L1 Visa to Green Card. We are in the early stages of this process & are trying to decide whether or not we should be filing the i131 form along with i130, i130A, i485, i765, i864 & i944. The reason... Read more »
My mother entered the US illegally as a child some 50 years ago. She grew up, got married to a US citizen (now divorced) had two children and has been gainfully employed her entire adult life (abeit with a false SSN that her father obtained for her years ago). As an adult US citizen, can I now... Read more »
As an adult U.S. citizen son or daughter, you can file a relative petition, FORM I-130, on behalf of your parent. Whether your mother can also file the FORM I-485 to adjust status with USCIS depends on if she entered the U.S. lawfully or if she can claim benefits pursuant to 245i.
You should not be traveling abroad with plans to re- enter the U.S. with an expired F-1visa and after your college has terminated your SEVIS registration. You need to contact your international student advisor or an experienced immigration attorney to provide you with guidance and options....Read more »
I’m currently in Mexico, but want to return to USA because it’s where I live, I’ve advance parole and an EAD, my old visa (I think L2) expired and my dad’s lawyer (who works for the company) told him I didn’t need any visa to cross, just my EAD card, is that right? Because every time I... Read more »
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