I was in deportation removal procedure due to miss court date . After years, the judge dismissed the case without prejudice, by ICE request. In the meantime while waiting, my adjustment of status was submitted before the judge who received it based on my marriage with my US citizen spouse; along... Read more »
Your I-485 was filed and is pending with the USCIS. The court had jurisdiction to adjudicate the application when you were in removal proceedings. Now that your case before the court has been dismissed the USCIS has jurisdiction to adjudicate the application. Send a request to the USCIS at the...Read more »
You don't know! This is going to be my lat talk to you, do not ask me any more, I need 2 thousand dollars to pay the hospital and the anesthesia, if you don't guive to me I'm done with you at this I you not look back, think and like I said , I need the money not good talking, only... Read more »
My boyfriend has been helping me get through this difficult situation. My boyfriend is an illegal alien, and is trying to get a green card. I have come to depend on my greatly getting to appointments, and helping me throughout the day. If we were to marry, I have heard that he would have to spend... Read more »
If your boyfriend entered without inspection he may be eligible to apply for a provisional waiver. He would be required to be out of the country for approximately a week if everything is coordinated properly.
Eligibility to file and being approved are two different things and the process is...Read more »
Him and his lawyer forged my name on the marriage licenses . I never said I do , I never even met up with the lawyer. What they did was illegal. I would like to know if I have a strong case against getting this tossed out ?
Immediately respond that you did not get the RFE in the mail and you did not change your address. Ask them to resend it to you. It is a time sensitive document that tells you that you have to respond by a certain date.
Like the title say I want to petition for my mother because she will be retiring next year, but not my father just yet because he won't be retiring for another 5 years. Is it possible to do so? (they are still married). My mother would also need to bring my minor brother with her, but since I... Read more »
Yes if you were a US citizen over 21, then you can sponsor mom, and then you can sponsor dad later. It will not be possible for your brother to accompany mom as her derivative beneficiary, so he will need his own independent grounds to enter like a student visa or a visitor visa. But those are only...Read more »
I passed my N-400 interview this week. I was just looking at my passport stamps yesterday and found 1 return date on my N-400 form is incorrect by 1 day. My N-400 is based on marriage. I have taken 3 trips outside the US, since I got my green card -
Congrats. I doubt that should be an issue. You spent most of your time in the US and that is what is required for the time segment of the form. If you are asked about it at any time explain it as you did here.
i havea b1 visa valid until 2024 and i have over stayed for 6 years and i want to come back. idont have any felony or criminal record. what are my options during immigration check at nyc airport. i will be travelling soon from india to usa.
I will assume your B-1 non-immigrant visa was issued around 2014. You then came to the US and overstayed your authorized stay of presumably 6 months for more than a year. This alone bars you from seeking admission into the U.S. for 10 years, at which point you will allow to...Read more »
You need t provide more information as to ages of the children. Generally, I will include the children at the first opportunity. If the Children were not included in the I-130, he may have an issue of misrepresentation at the NVC. How old are the children? Is domestic partner, living together, is...Read more »
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