No, you can't use USCIS number for the purpose of your federal tax return. You have to apply for tax ID with the IRS for your wife and child or just wait until their I-765 are approved so they can receive SSN.
If your relative is not able to qualify for an exemption based on age and the period of resident status then a FORM N-648 may be filed based on a medical certification for disability. The FORM N-648 must be signed by a medical physician, a clinical psychologist, or a doctor of osteopathy.
I immigrated to the US in 2002 and became a US citizen in 2008. My friend now wants to immigrate as well and has around $200K to invest in a business here. He is from South Africa and used to be in law enforcement and security. Due to the political conditions, extremely high crime rate, everyday... Read more »
I’m a us citizen and I also have citizenship in mexico through naturalization. In the US I only have one last name but to be able to have the Mexican citizenship I was required to add my mothers last name. So now I have one last name on my US Passport and two last names on my mexican documents. I... Read more »
Just received approval for an i130 my wife who is a citizen submitted two yrs ago we were waiting for it for hearing but was told by another attorney today that we had zero to no chance that I will not be deported unless my wife or son were extremely sick i was pretty much just told to get my... Read more »
My spouse is on f1 and recently her OPT ended. Per the 60 grace period she has, she will become out of status after early May. We want to get married end of April and apply for the adjustment of her status right away. Will she be able to stay in the US even if in the worst case scenario we had not... Read more »
You would need to take a copy of the judgment to an immigration attorney for a full analysis, The wording of the specific statute under which you were convicted is important in making this determination.
You need a criminal defense attorney to handle the criminal charge. You will need an immigration attorney to represent you in removal proceedings if you are referred to immigration court. Your criminal defense attorney should consult with the immigration attorney to discuss immigration...Read more »
You did not actually ask a question, but my recommendation is to hire an immigration attorney to prepare you for and accompany you to the interview. The most likely reason for the second interview is suspected fraud.
We are planning on getting married soon and would like to know when she would be able to move back with me. I am a US citizen by birth. She is a French national with a french company. When in the process of applying for a spousal visa would that allow here to leave the company without having to... Read more »
Once you are married, if she is still in the U.S., she could apply for adjustment of status (process of obtaining permanent residency from within the U.S.) She would then be able to receive temporary employment authorization that would allow her to work for any employer. This will cover her until...Read more »
She came to the US when very young, with her father, who is now a US citizen. She needs benefits due to my son's unexpected death but is afraid to do so. She had planned to take the citizenship test but that went by the wayside. I'm trying to get information for her to help her out.
Me and my fiancé are getting married soon, and were wondering how getting him a green card would work. He entered the US legally on a tourist visa as a child, but overstayed. Would he able to get an adjusted status, or would he have to go back to Mexico and go through consular processing?
If you are a U.S. citizen and he meets other admissibility requirements, once you are married, you can file a one-step spousal petition/adjustment of status. Regarding entry, you just have to prove that he entered legally, not that he maintained continuous status.
I'm on turist visa for 5 months ,from Costa Rica,19 years old . I wanna get marry but I don't know if it is possible to leave the country and apply for a fiance visa and I wanna know how much that cost the fiance visa procedure?
It is possible to obtain a green card now that you are in the US if you marry your boyfriend. Alternatively, you can return to Costa Rica and your boyfriend can file the I-129f on your behalf. The cost to enter the US on a finacé(e) visa is about $800, not including attorney’s fees. It will be...Read more »
We strongly recommend you seek legal counsel before you apply again. Even if you are beyond the 5-year statutory period for good moral character, you could still have your application denied because of the petty theft issues.
Hello, my son (biological, born in Brazil, out of wedlock) is in the US. He entered with a B2 visa and it is now expired. His mother is in Brazil and cannot be located. I want to apply for N-600 for him. He is 12 years old. I have lived in the US on and off since 2005 and have been loving in the US... Read more »
Maybe. More information is needed. Acquisition of citizenship for a child born abroad is tricky, especially in the case of a USC father and an illegitimate birth. You would do well to consult with an immigration attorney who can advise you based on all the details of the case.
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