My partner and I want to be together in the United States where I live but we don’t know what’s the best choice for us. To get married in Mexico and apply for the spouse visa or wait and do the fiancé visa.
Unfortunately my partner has not been filing his tax, we file married but separate. My partner cannot even find his 2018/2017 w-2s for us to file now and make payment. He only just got his 2019 w-2, so that is all I have. But he has also giving me a hard time to locate his w-2s for the rfe. I have... Read more »
You will need to respond to the RFE and show that you have complied with your obligation of filing a federal tax return during the time that you have been a U.S. resident. If you were employed in the U.S. prior to receiving your resident status , you also must file federal tax returns for those...Read more »
The I-140 must have ben approved at least 180 days ago in order to port the priority date. The new employer must go through the entire EB process of course before you can adjust, even though the PD may be current.
I am an F1 student pursuing an undergraduate degree in business management at Georgia Tech. Due to unstable mental health, I was academically dismissed and SEVIS was terminated on August 27. I later petitioned to the Faculty, and the dismissal was revoked on medical grounds on December 12. So now I... Read more »
My husband is trying to get his citizenship but has a domestic charge from 2009 (I was the victim) and possession (less than 5g) from 2013. We tried to go through a lawyer previously who scammed us of our money. He applied for citizenship prior to us being married but was denied. What can we do?... Read more »
Hi, Ive had this question for a long time. My mother is a Mexican immigrant . She came here over 20 years ago and had me. My father is legal but they didnt work out. My mom has been dating someone else for the longest time now, around 6 years and Im curious to know if she can get married, if she... Read more »
My ex husband is trying to get citizenship for his wife but he’s stating he needs a notarized letter from me stating he’s paid since 2003. He’s court ordered to pay but it does not come out his checks. I wrote a letter stating he’s paid but it’s not always on time or for the full amount... Read more »
My boyfriend was brought over to America from Mexico when he was a year old. Does he have to go back to Mexico to be able to apply for residency since he technically came in unlawfully or could it get worked out here in the States?
You will be allowed to sponsor your alien fiancé for his green card unless your criminal history involves violation of the Adam Walsh Act. I suggest you work with a lawyer to represent you. Counsel anywhere in the USA can represent you.
My boyfriend is a alien. He's been in America for 2 years. We are wanting to get married soon but we are concerned because I have a criminal background and I don't want to set him up for failure when we are wanting him to become a US citizen. I have a felony and a recent misdemeanor charge. If we... Read more »
You need to get a divorce lawyer and make sure your divorce lawyer is either experienced in immigration issues or has an immigration attorney on call to help him/her through the landmines. Many divorce lawyers will not want to allege adultery because it is difficult to prove, and because of the...Read more »
I am currently engaged. My priority date is March 2007. I belong to the F4 category and I reside in the Caribbean. I have a 2 year old who was born in the U.S. I would like to migrate to the U.S. with my soon to be husband and our daughter, would it be ok if I were to get married before my priority... Read more »
I'm not sure your question here is clear, which is why you haven't gotten responses to it. You may want to re-post with clarity so that people can respond to the question. Thank you. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
My boyfriend currently lives in Durban South Africa. He has tried to apply for a tourist visa but has been denied twice now by same lady. Reasons for denying has boiled down to 1) does not have enough money for his trip (he had around $1000 to come to US for two weeks) 2) sister currently married... Read more »
The reason that the consulate will not grant him a tourist visa is because they don't think he has sufficient ties to his home country to motivate him to return..no property, or long term employment history, or sufficient assets to return home. If he attempts to process at another embassy, it wont...Read more »
My name is Hannah and I am an Australian citizen currently dating an American who lives in Georgia. We have visited each other's countries on and off for the past 2 years on the 90 day travel visa. We are looking for something more permanent and I would like to move to the US to live with him and... Read more »
The fastest route is for you to get a fiancé visa and then marry him within 90 days of entry and then adjust status to obtain your green card. The fiancé visa takes about 9 to 11 months to get after its applied for. Counsel anywhere in the USA can represent you. Some of us charge very affordable...Read more »
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