My spouse's B2 visa got rejected twice (in two different cities, Kolkata & Delhi, in India) while my H1B visa transfer petition was in process to start a new job. Now my H1B visa is approved and stamped, and my spouse will be applying for H4 on my H1B. What are the chances for rejection? Which city... Read more »
A B2 visa rejection would not normally affect the H4 eligibility, but it depends why the B2 was rejected. If you're concerned, I would recommend that your wife speak to an attorney in person before applying, just to make sure there aren't any issues that would prevent her from qualifying.
You will need to meet with an experienced immigration attorney and provide them with a copy of the approval as well as the notice of intent to revoke. You will also have to give them all the information about yourself which will help them to give you the proper advice. Unfortunately, you have not...Read more »
Yes a US citizen can marry a foreigner on a visa. As a general rule, yes the foreign spouse may remain in the US while they are awaiting their adjustment of status to that of lawful permanent resident. In order to make certain that the facts of your case allow this, I suggest that you speak with...Read more »
If my 4 kids are born in the United states can I apply for my residency because of my kids being born here. Or what necessary steps could my husband and I take ? My kids wants to stay here and do not want to go back home . They are all less than 10yrs old.
No. In and of itself, simply having U.S. citizen children does not supply a basis for permanent residency. U.S. citizen children must be 21 years of age to file an immigration petition on behalf of a parent. Even then, that does not guarantee permanent residency, as other requirements must be...Read more »
My mother's house had 1/3 roof replaced due to a wrong address. In result of myself stopping the roof contractor's workers, I fell over the tarp that blocked the path. My ankle is broken and other foot is injured. Adjuster said we need to go together in a claim against lowe's.
You have a number of options. You could contact attorneys on this site (under Find a Lawyer), you could go through a bar association referral, or you could conduct your own independent search on the Internet.
I work for a federal agency; a senior representative attended a meeting of enquiry on the Hill about an incident within the agency- at the location I direct/ oversee. The representatives did not have facts; instead, they blamed me for the negative outcome of the external investigation. I was asked... Read more »
It definitely sounds like you need to hire a lawyer before you respond on writing or in person. Everything going forward will be shaped by your employer and the narrative he/she wants to create. You need to carefully counter that narrative. It is best to have someone speak on your behalf when...Read more »
There is no ratio in any state. What they look at is the type of the treatment; who rendered it--specialist, GP, Chiro etc--the seriousness of the impairment. You could go in as Class 1 trauma, rack up an impressive bill for MRi'S & TESTING, and be well in a week.
My mom entered the U.S on a B2 visa almost 6 months ago, her allowed time to stay is 6 months which are going to be completed in 4 days. She is from Venezuela and she is a cancer patient. during her time here she started to feel ill and she was rushed to the hospital. I don't want her to go back... Read more »
I am a us citizen, we have met several times. We want to get married soon so we can be together but I am not sure that it is possible since he is illegal. He cannot go back to his country because it is not safe. He has a valid passport. Is it possible to file a k1/get married in France so he can... Read more »
You have more issues than just what country he would interview in. When someone violates the immigration laws of another country, our government expects that they will do the same here. Even if you are qualified in every way, his overstay in France may prevent you from getting any type of visa,...Read more »
The matter will present some factual issues, but that's all just evidentiary. If he lived in DC, you can do the probate there, and it will be easier and cheaper if it can be filed as an abbreviated unsupervised probate.
Only need to sell stock and apartment reps will doing everything lawyer will only call to say what’s needed to be done to follow law, file paper work with court and write up a letter to beneficiary’s. Well I knew this lawyer was a trying to get ever penny he can, I have not contacted courts... Read more »
Lawyers in DC are not permitted to charge a percentage— any percentage— in private unless it is a commission on sale of property. If all that is required is a petition for probate, unsupervised, with proper releases all around, it shouldn’t be more than a few thousand, and you get to review...Read more »
Did you buy the car in DC or from an owner or dealer in DC? If you bought it in MD, you may need to consult with a MD lawyer for help re: fraud and breach of contract. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an...Read more »
And your question or concern is what? Are you saying you were a passenger, and injured? If so, contact a personal injury lawyer. Are you saying you were actually the driver and the paperwork is wrong? Contact a lawyer in private to discuss the details, as whether this is just an innocent error,...Read more »
A claimant could sue for anything, but in general, lost wage claims tend to involve defined periods of time missed from work, with set start and end points. If you are confronted with such a suit, you should notify your insurance carrier and the attorney handling your case if you are represented by...Read more »
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