Immigrant remarried soon after annulment while still in conditional residency status obtained through first marriage. Was not able to remove conditions based on first marriage. Now trying to adjust status based on new marriage. If new green card is granted based on second marriage that is less than... Read more »
USCIS will not re-adjust status for someone who has a conditional residence. That person will have to remove conditions. If they are no longer married to the original petitioner, they will have to file a waiver application. I recommend you seek a qualified lawyer for this type of complex situation....Read more »
Only crimes involving moral turpitude. Traffic violations are not considered moral anything. The officer and the judge will want to know about it though. Keep all papers, including any fines paid and classes taken, to show the officer and judge.
Yes you paid into the state unemployment fund and as an LPR you are entitled to those benefits you paid into. It will not negatively impact any application to become a U.S. citizen . Other benefits like Medicaid can be problematic for those without a greencard yet. So you should apply.
I am citizen and the wife, but I soon heard a rumor that the trump administration are cracking down on families that recieve any kind of benefits from the government and that this would affect heavily the families seeking green cards or stay in America.
The new public charge form is 18 pages and requires documentation and answers regarding public benefits and financial proof such as a credit report and loans like car loans or student loans etc.... So individuals can be denied a Greencard if USCIS determines they are likely to be a public charge to...Read more »
If a person is charged with a breach of aggravated speed and resolved in court as a petty ofense and supervision is given, will this affect the renewal of the work permit because she has a pending asylum. And she signed i bond, will this arrest affect her in the future
2 misdemeanors or 1 felony disqualifies someone for an EAD based on asylum. The arrest and conviction will come up in the asylum interview and in court. Keep all records, including arrest, police, court, disposition, and finishing any program and paying any fine that the judge ordered.
Your employer should timely file the FORM I-129L prior to expiration of your L-1A status. If you are not eligible to extend your current status in that you have reached the statutory limit for L-1A status, you may be able to request another status if the COVID -19 crisis persists and you are not...Read more »
My family member from China was supposed to immigrate to the US with an immigrant visa in early February but their flight got cancelled and they could not get another flight until after the travel ban was already in place. I am unsure if the travel ban applies to them or not. Their current flight... Read more »
It is likely they wouldn’t even be allowed to leave China, given the comprehensiveness of travel bans. It is hard to say when they will be allowed to come. Their visas should be good for six months, but if they are not allowed to travel, and the visas are getting close to expiring, they should...Read more »
You can apply for a job position with a prospective employer by submitting a valid driver’s license and an unrestricted social security card at the time the prospective employer presents you with the FORM I-9. You will need to indicate that you are a permanent resident on the FORM I-9....Read more »
I'm a US citizen and my girlfriend of 7 years is an undocumented immigrant. She came to the US on a visitor visa with her parents when she was 14 and has never left the country. we are just trying to figure out where to get started. what documents her or I would need to get married since she... Read more »
If you don’t have the necessary documents that USCIS needs, there are substitute documents that can be submitted. Every case is unique so each submission would vary from case to case. Retain counsel anywhere in the USA for representation. Some of us charge a very affordable flat fee ; and will...Read more »
I am student here in the US. I will be getting married to my Girlfriend in a month. She is a US citizen and receives food stamp and medicaid. How does that affect my AOS based on new public charge rule. I have never taken any public benefits nor I am a beneficiary in any of public benefits.... Read more »
I have applied for I-130 for my parents and send all the paper but i noticed that my naturalization certificate was not signed by me. Should i send them another copy as an addition that is signed or wait till they send a notice for further evidence or sth?
You can return to Jamaica at any time. You will be subject to a 10 year bar if you overstated your visa for more than 12 months. That is an automatic bar which is imposed when you depart the United States.
So you could reapply for either an immigrant visa or non immigrant visa at any time...Read more »
Here is my situation, i came here with my husband , we got our green card through my son who is a citizen, i still have 4 other kids ages 21,20,17 and 12 who are in Israel. I need to bring them here, my son already applied for them as brothers relationship but it takes many years of wait time to... Read more »
I would like to obtain a green card for my mom who is currently living in the US. I am 25 and married. My mother has been in the US for more than a little more than 26 years. I would like to know the process and the possibilities of getting her a green card.
Need to know 2018 i have been arrested by police in 2 hearing my case was dismissed my record is still on website i can see it cant sponge because it need 5 years more im married now i keep this situation secret from anyone now im filling immigration form to be immigrant as 5 .5 years already... Read more »
You commit perjury which is a Federal crime if you knowingly withhold a fact when requested. You also disqualify yourself, because hiding an arrest is a material misrepresentation according to the USCIS. This can result in denial and an actual reason to disqualify you. Your fears are more of a...Read more »
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