I am a permanent resident of the US. Currently I am being mobilized to Russian army based on new mobilization laws. If I don’t go there, I’ll be facing 10 years in prison. All my family lives there and I visit them every year. If I don’t go to this mobilization, then I will never be able to... Read more »
Your Lawful Permanent Status will be jeopardized if you will be absent for longer than 181 days from the United States. If you stay abroad for over one year in Russia your LPR status will deemed abandoned and you will be denied entry.
There is a legal caveat: if you are not served the draft...Read more »
I have got my employment based green card a month back however now my current employer isn’t focused on my promotion and compensation change. I have come across a great opportunity and want to switch jobs, wanted to know is there anyway current employer can cause issues with my green card for... Read more »
Congratulations on your decision to get married. Based on your initial questions your best option may be to get married and proceed with her adjustement of status petition in the United States. While her application is pending she will be eligible for a work permit. Transitioning from au pair...Read more »
If you have a 10 your card and your returning to the United States with an unexpired card, then you should not have any problem at all. Now if you have any criminal convictions then that would be a problem.
I have not completed any documents and was released very quickly from a detention center. They said this appointment is to determine if I am eligible to apply for asylum but the document with the appointment does not specify this. The information on the document is very vague.
A fiancée visa cannot be issued unless you and your significant other have physically met in person and have proof of that meeting within two years of applying for the K visa. The US immigration laws only allow for marriage to be conducted remotely in very limited circumstances. You should retain...Read more »
More information is needed if you are concerned with whether you will ever be approved for a visa in the future. Were/are you accused of a domestic violence? What are the facts? Did you go through any sort of court mandated classes? What is the maximum...Read more »
They are from another country..they are abusive to me in front of my son and husband ..if I let my spouse know I am leaving with my son and take my son to my mothers home can I get a restraining order if he threatens me? What about a good behavior warrant in GA?
At this point, you both have equal custody of the child. He can also take the child. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide you with guidance.
I was born outside the U.S and became a citizen through the naturalization of my father in 2015. He got his citizenship before I turned 18. I'm currently 23. My parents aren't married but they've been together since I was born. I meet the derived citizenship test. I was planning to... Read more »
If your parents were not married, you will need to show a court order acknowledging that your father is your biological father (known as "order of filiation") as well as an order that grants him legal and physical custody of you. It may be joint legal and physical custody with your mom...Read more »
Yes. But you must submit other acceptable evidence relating to the facts of your birth, such as church or school records, hospital or medical records, personal affidavits, or similar evidence. Best wishes!
I am a naturalize citizen. I am on food stamp and medicaid and I am also going to college and receiving financial aid. Will any of those things be a problem for me? I know the USCIS website said the medicaid and food stamp won't but I'm not sure if the financial aid will be a problem. My... Read more »
Border control and was received form I-877 upon being deported back in 2018. We originally thought we could do the K1 visa but now are wondering the next steps. Could you help clarify what we need to do?
It depends on the foreign national developed derogatory history. The withdrawal from admission to the United States (I-877) must have other collateral grounds on inadmissibility that will directly affect any type of vida for that Portuguese national, possibly even rendering that person...Read more »
You can not adjust status through him until he has attended a ceremony and is a USC. You may only adjust status through him - while he is an LPR - if you are here on a current visa and have no time wherein you were out of status.
I am a U.S. citizen applying for Green Card for my mother. She is currently on a B2 Visa admitted until 11/23/2021 per her I-94 record number. I filed I-130 online on July 27, 2021 and received confirmation of receipt from Potomac Service Center. They are currently processing June 04, 2020 I-130... Read more »
Yes. You can file for Adjustment of Status while you are waiting for a decision on her I-130. Make sure to include a copy of the Notice of Action confirming receipt of the I-130 and a copy of the I-130 that was submitted. Best wishes!
You should not travel with an expired green card without a valid extension. You can call USCIS and request an INFO Pass appointment to get a stamp in your passport that will extend the validity of your conditional card. If your case is taking longer than USCIS processing times (check here:...Read more »
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