Im from germany and im here in the usa with a valid non immigrant working visa. My current employer whants to sponsor me and transferring into another non immigrant work visa class. Back in Berlin i had already the interview at the consulate. Do i have to prepare for another one here... Read more »
Because of a missing document the judge couldn’t make an immediate decision at my removal hearing. I mailed the document next day, and about 2 weeks later, I received a copy of the letter ice sent to the judge indicating they received and accepted the document and waive their right to appeal.... Read more »
You don't need to reapply. Rather, you and your mother could send notification to USCIS (if the petition is still pending there) or to the National Visa Center (if the case is now there) that you have divorced with proof thereof (e.g., divorce judgment). Using the existing petition, they will...Read more »
I am going through financial difficulties, but always tried to find my way out. I submitted a N400 application with the fee waiver form I912. However, after I had sent off the form, my sister sent me the money to pay the application fee. I called the post office to stop the mail from being... Read more »
Go to https://dos.myflorida.com/sunbiz/ and find the form to change the registered agent. I would be very surprised if it can't be done without regard to where the registered agent is currently located.
The "3-year rule" applies to a permanent resident applying for naturalization who is married to and living with a U.S. Citizen. So, unless you would be basing your own naturalization application on your marriage to and cohabitation with a U.S. Citizen, notwithstanding how you obtained your...Read more »
I am married to an american citizen for 10 years prior to coming to the US, in 2018, on an L1-A (manager transfer) visa. I received my green card last December of 2019 after a petition for alien relative.
I understand naturalization has a 3 years wait time before applying, after obtaining... Read more »
The U.S. is unlikely to give here any problems leaving, but if she tries to return, and the inspector at the port of entry has information which causes them to determine she overstayed, it could be a problem. Would depend upon several factors, including the length of overstay and status in which...Read more »
There are several immigration vehicles that may be suitable for you and your girlfriend. Deciding which alternative is best, will largely depend on your personal goals, circumstances and the means available to you in order to achieve those goals. Therefore, to advise you on...Read more »
In order to immigrate to Israel, I need legal evidence from the court or department of vital statistics affirming that my father is indeed my biological father. Both my parents are deceased. I have collected extensive evidence thus far, including my father's will which names me explicitly as his... Read more »
You may have to be content with life in the United States unless there is a Zionist organization with an interest in supporting your cause. Immigration is considered a civil right. An Israeli immigration attorney may be able to consider the next steps, but you income will likely create challenges...Read more »
I suffered a motorcycle accident 5+ years ago and only attempting to determine how to allow my VERY recently married Registered Nurse wife the ability to work here in the US, possibly near where we reside in north Pinellas County Florida
That depends on where you live. Sometimes, you can find resources in pamphlets at your local immigration court, if you are close to one. Catholic Social Services sometimes can help. I would need to know where to live to give you better advice. If you are indigent, though, you will not be able to...Read more »
Consider scheduling a consultation with a competent immigration attorney who can discuss with you the next steps to take. As part of the process involves you submitting on her behalf a Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, which requires demonstration of a certain level of income for you, and because...Read more »
How strong is the evidence presented for your self petition? Did you submit enough evidence to support all of the elements of a claim? There may be complications about to emerge. The delay may be the result of a pending investigation.
It also depends upon whether you qualify for...Read more »
Their surplus funds $33,000 vehicles $28000 and a $25000 inheritance to be accounted for. I've been in the dark and told that I was not allowed to find out anything and so probate was over and we have never talked to this guy nobody knows him in now we're homeless because the house got foreclosed... Read more »
After the fact is the wrong time to start this. First, at least in Florida a non relative cannot be a personal representative if they live outside the state. Second a probate proceeding is a court proceeding and any irregularities should have been brought to the Judge's attention that is why the...Read more »
I've been deported. However, my undocumented ex-girlfirend and undocumented 3-year old child remain in the US. She refuses for me to have any communication with her and is now in a situation where her current boyfriend's ex-wife is threatening to hurt my daughter. His ex-wife is upset that my... Read more »
Your decision not to marry her complicates matters. If you are on the birth certificate, you will need to assert your right to joint custody at a minimum. In doing so, you may be required to help support your son. You can be forced to prove that he is, in fact, your son. This is really more of...Read more »
I have submitted my I751 and it was recieved Sept 2019. I have recieved the I797 with the 18 month extension. I have caught my spouse cheating on me and do not wanna stay in the relationship due to her actions. Do I need to do anything regarding the I751?
Yes, when your divorce is final, then you need to notify the USCIS. In addition, you should preserve all evidence of your relationship including maintaining good relations with your in laws, if possible. This can prove complicated, when you have irreconcilable differences with your wife. As a...Read more »
Hello, I have an E2 visa and live in FL. My business is an S-Corp and I wish to close or transition it into an LLC, as the taxation featured of LLC suite my needs more than S-corp. Am I legally allowed to make this move without compromising my visa status? I own 100% of the business and just want... Read more »
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