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Q: What does it mean if you get a notice to appear in immigration court?
Matthew J Hartnett
Matthew J Hartnett answered on Jan 26, 2017

It means the Department of Homeland Security believes that you are in the United States without valid status and is seeking to remove you from the United States. This is called removal proceedings. You should contact an immigration attorney (preferably an AILA member) to evaluate a proper defense... Read more »

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Q: Eligibility for Green Card

My niece married a Hispanic kid about a year ago (they are 20), that was brought to the United States from Mexico illegally when he was a very young child (2 or 3 years old). When he was about 6 or 7, his family took him back to Mexico for approximately 18 months and then returned to the United... Read more »

Jordan C. Moody
Jordan C. Moody answered on Nov 22, 2016

In order to be eligible for an application for a green card, he needs a legal entry. This can be done through an application for advanced parole through his status as a DACA recipient. Schedule a time to meet with an immigration attorney to go through the details. Some attorneys offer a free... Read more »

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Q: I am asylum seeker in italy can I travel to country close to my country of origin

I want to if it is possible

Jordan C. Moody
Jordan C. Moody answered on Oct 31, 2016

You have to look at whether this travel will allow the government to argue that you are not afraid to return to your country of origin. It is possible, but it might not help your case. Consult an immigration attorney with the specific facts of your case for a more specific answer.

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Q: I have a friend that came to america on a F1 visa and then applied for an OPT post visa and it was cancelled.

After applying for the OPT post visa, there were issues with graduation and said person couldnt get a job without graduating. What is their visa status? is it reverted to F1 or what are their options.

Jordan C. Moody
Jordan C. Moody answered on Sep 20, 2016

After the F1 and OPT, it does not revert to an F1. From what I can tell from these facts, the person is now out of status and will have a 60 day grace period to leave or fix their status. Contact an immigration attorney so they can get all of the facts and give you the most accurate legal advice.... Read more »

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Q: Renting house on H1B

I am on H1B status. My employer wants me to work at a different location starting next month. I own a house here where I am working now. I might come back in a year. My plan is to rent out my house for a year. I have hired a property management company to search for renter, collect rent and take... Read more »

Jordan C. Moody
Jordan C. Moody answered on Sep 2, 2016

As long as you are not an "employee," you aren't violating your visa requirements. Consult an immigration attorney to get a concrete answer for your specific case.

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Immigration Law for Idaho on
Q: I'm bulgarian citizen, married to american. I want file a divorce

I have B1B2 visa. I met someone and I have been visiting him in ID for the last few years in as I thought serious relationship. We go married (6th of April) this last time I was there, few days before I left. I'm thinking to file a divorce now, as this person has been lying to me. Marriage... Read more »

Camlinh Nguyen Rogers
Camlinh Nguyen Rogers answered on Jul 3, 2016

Discuss with a divorce attorney about your divorce question.

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Q: I filed I-129F petition with USCIS. They are asking for criminal complaints and dispositions about crimes not mine own

After 8 months, they have finally sent a request for evidence. In this request, they are asking for criminal complaints and dispositions in regards to charges that do not belong to me. What do I do?

Camlinh Nguyen Rogers
Camlinh Nguyen Rogers answered on Jul 3, 2016

You should sit down with an experienced immigration attorney, who will investigate the facts and counsel you with solution for your case. Most careful and liable attorneys would not respond to complex cases questions without understanding specific facts. Good luck. www.aba-us.com

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Q: Is it possible for my mom to get her green card with my help if she is living in the U.S. at the time that I help her?

I am a citizen, 21, and not married

Camlinh Nguyen Rogers
Camlinh Nguyen Rogers answered on Jan 12, 2016

There are questions and answers similar to your situation on our website at http://aba-us.com/other-services/?lang=en. You can take a look for general information. Good luck.

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