We had to file I-130 separate from I-485. We now have the I-130 receipt of notice and all other supporting documentation. However, in that time, her b-2 expired. Do we need to file I-485 supplement a along with the I-485? Or are we exempt as this is a spousal sponsorship?
If you, the petitioner, are a U.S. Citizen, then your spouse's B-2 overstay in and of itself is not a disqualifier for adjustment of status purposes. She would not need to file supplement A. Consider, however, scheduling a consultation with a competent and experienced immigration attorney...Read more »
Than after 2 courses both of my casas were dismissed! But I’m under student visa I want o to know if I can have any problem going back to USA after this issues ! Can someone who really s understand about to give the a sure answer ! I need to finish my master degree in Miami but I’m afraid to be... Read more »
You should consult with a competent and experienced immigration attorney who can evaluate the dispositions in your criminal cases to determine what possible negative immigration consequences might exist. Without seeing the actual documents from your criminal cases, it is hard to say here online...Read more »
You should always feel comfortable and confident working with an attorney. If you are having doubts as to their abilities or costs, I would recommend that you have an honest conversation with that attorney to allow him/her to address your questions and concerns. If you are still not feeling good...Read more »
You should schedule a consultation with a competent and experienced immigration attorney who can evaluate the facts of your life to determine what, if any, paths to permanent residency or some other type of lawful immigration status might exist for you. There are too many "unknowns" in...Read more »
My wife entered the US on a K1 visa. We were married shortly afterwards. She was granted a green card. We were unaware that the initial green card expires after 2 years. She's live with me in the US since 2013. We have a family. I'd like for her to be a permanent resident and be on the... Read more »
The initial LPR card obtained as a result of adjusting a status based on a bona fide marriage of a US citizen states its term of validity on is front. Thus, by operation of law, her LPR status is deemed expired as its requirement to remove the condition was never filed within 90 days prior to its...Read more »
Assuming you are a U.S. Citizen and that your marriage is a bona fide marriage, you can file a petition for relative on his behalf and he may be able to file an application to adjust status. There are too many facts missing from your question to give a definitive answer. You may wish to schedule...Read more »
It sounds like your husband pled guilty to a criminal offense and is now, or is about to be, in removal (deportation) proceedings before an Immigration Court. Even if a person is deportable, there may be forms of relief available to help them stay in the United States. Like our firm, there are...Read more »
I recently got hired for a job and they sent me my employment offer. But they need something that shows my employment authorization. I dont have my green card because i lost it and i recently applied for a replacement and its currently being reviewed which could take months. Is there any other way... Read more »
There is a list of acceptable documents in the instructions to Form I-9, which they should have had you fill out when you were hired. The employer cannot dictate what it is that you show them to prove employment authorization. For example, notwithstanding that you do not have your green card...Read more »
In all likelihood they will take your biometrics notwithstanding the expired green card and expired passport. Do bring those photo IDs, however, and any other photo ID you may have, even if not government issued, to prove your identity. Also beginning in January 2021, USCIS began issuing a...Read more »
You can change status to student visa. You need to meet the requirements to get a F-1 visa, get accepted into a school that is certified by the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System and authorized to issue to received for international students. We need to assess your situation in details...Read more »
Hi, I was living in the states for most of my life and and its my home. I was in the process if getting my residence from my mom who got hers from my brother who is American born but my mom passed away unexpected and did not finish the paperwork and the case was closed. I voluntarily left the... Read more »
An INA 212(d)(3) waiver is entirely discretionary and it may be difficult to obtain if you have previously been present in the United States unlawfully for a significant period of time. Additionally, this type of waiver is only available with an application for a non-immigrant visa, so even if you...Read more »
Based on your facts as you present them, it seems that, if you are intending as reentering as a permanent resident, you would need to apply for an SB-1 returning resident visa, but the likelihood of success may be low given your length of time outside the U.S. A consultation with a competent...Read more »
If you meet the residency requirements (lived in Florida for six months as your permanent home) then you can file for divorce in Florida. If the child is living in Florida then those issues will be addressed in Florida. If the child still lives in Haiti then Florida would not have jurisdiction to...Read more »
Estimado(a). Los casos en la corte son muy delicados y es recomendable ver en detalle todosdocumentos de la corte antes de hacer una recomendacion. Si gusta podemos ofrecerle informacion en privado llamando a nuestra oficina. Terra Immigration Partners en Orlando, Florida.
My suppose passed away right before scheduled interview for adjustment status, I asked USCIS to reschedule the interview, then later sent them a copy of a death certificate (end of January), never heard back (it’s almost May now),
Last notice in my online account ‘we received the... Read more »
Assuming that your father went to court to change the family name (including yours) in 1958, you would need a certified copy of the court decree. Contact the clerk of that court. I don't know how they do things in Illinois, but normally you would not need to "correct" the birth...Read more »
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