I have a niece in new zealand, she came to the united states when she was 7 in 2001 without a visa, she came in the visa waiver program and she stayed here in the u.s going to school, being with her parents and family, as well as me for 7 years, so when she was 14, she went back to new zealand and... Read more »
It has not been quite ten years, but technically, she should be able to reenter; however, give that she overstayed, she will likely run into some issues. Evidence of mitigating circumstances, as well as strong evidence of connections to New Zealand, will help her case.
The issue I have is I want her to come back and I need someone to help bring her back. She lives with my mom presently, I was wandering if I could I apply for a Visa for my mum so she can help bring her over.
Certainly that is an option. Depending on your mother’s country of origin, she may not need a visa to come to the US. You can find out more at: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/tourism-visit/visa-waiver-program.html
I am a naturalized US citizen and am currently visiting my immediate family in Burkina Faso where I am originally from. My brother applied for a US visitor visa and is told by the US Embassy on 6/22/18 that his request is denied due to code 214(b). My brother stated the embassy told him I have... Read more »
...I'm becoming a citizen the following month after she has her visa approved, will that affect her coming in to the States? could the us customs and border protection not approve her to come to the US because at that particular time i will be a Citizen but her coming in to the states she... Read more »
My son was deported from the US on 2012 after serving a 7 year sentence for residential burglary charges and receiving stolen property, He has a daughter back in the US so he entered the US and was arrested by immigration about a week ago. I think... Read more »
My husband of two years and partner of five year, with two kids in common under three years old has an addiction to alcohol and cocaine. I honestly don't want to continue with the relationship due to the mental distress is causing me and i dont want my kids to continue growing into an... Read more »
I'm a naturalized us citizen. I had a child in November 2015, who was living in the States with me when I naturalized in March 2017. Because of unforeseen circumstances, he & I had to leave the US soon after I naturalized. Because my husband was not present in the US, nor could he get an... Read more »
Your son is likely already a citizen. He derived it through you when you became a citizen yourself. Proof that he is your son, that you are a citizen, and proof that he obtained permanent residency should be sufficient for him to get a US passport.
I have an approved I-140 petition and a valid tourist visa. How can I travel to the US temporarily to take CPA exams, and take care of my affairs while I'm there. I intend to return but I also understand that a CBP officer can and will question my intent so how do I convince the officer that I... Read more »
As with any nonimmigrant visa, the requirement is that you show intent to leave at the end of your authorized stay. Certainly the fact that you entered and left according to the terms of your visa will help, but you have to show other connections—work, school, family, assets/property, etc. Take...Read more »
My husband and I have the Green card which we obtained in April 2017 and will expire in 2027. I cannot leave Jordan right now and live permanently in the US because I have a mother with Alzheimer's back home whom I'm taking care of. We came to the States in April 2017 and again in... Read more »
Any trip outside the US every six months is a break of continuous presence. In addition, you must show be physically present in the US for at least half of the 5 years prior to applying for citizenship.
Even if you obey these rules, you run the risk of losing your permanent residency by...Read more »
I am considering coming to the US on a L1 visa now, my company agreed to sponsor me. My son is almost 20, is there enough time for him to come over on a L2? He is currently on a F visa studying at University in Pennsylvania. So what I mean is does he have to be 21 at the time of filing for L visa,... Read more »
My daughter and I were denied B2 visa last year when we tried to visit my son in the US (who goes to college here). My company is now sponsoring my L visa, would be past B2 visa denial be a problem for me to get my L visa or for my daughter getting her L2 visa? I work for one of the largest... Read more »
What are you studying? How long is the course? Is this your first time studying in the U.S.? How old are you? - All these information are missing. I suggest you talk to your school DSO to find out if there are options for you to do that.
As long as your green card is not expired and it won't expire while you're in Canada along with a valid passport, you should be able to travel. I suggest you submit to renew your green card as soon as possible.
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