My mother brought me into the US illegally when I was 5 months. We stayed here, never left. She submitted a u visa in 2017. But I had a son last year(2018) with a us citizen should getting married with him be a quicker process? I am trying to continue my studies but can’t due to my legal status.... Read more »
More information is needed about your boyfriend. He may be disqualified from petitioning you. You may also have to seek a waiver depending upon your age, along with consular processing. That can take time and not everyone who files for a waiver is approved.
If you entered the US legally, and your daughter is a US citizen then you can file for an immediate relative petition, despite the overstay, provided you do not have any grounds of inadmissibility and you do not travel outside the US prior to getting your advance parole document. Counsel anywhere...Read more »
Affirmative Asylum pending since 2015. I-140 approved based on EB3 green . Needs to go consular processing at 3rd country US embassy. I need an attorney who has experience for this case. National Visa center is waiting to give them a US embassy with proof of letter. Letter should says that we do... Read more »
I voluntarily departure in 2014 for 3 simple possessions of marijuana. I am married with a u.s citizen for 10 years with 3 kids I am wondering is there any waiver to help me out I came right back as soon as I got to my country
I recently got my H1 b approved and I’m planning to go to my home county for stamping. I’m afraid that my visa might get rejected given that I have a shoplifting charge on me. This incident happened in May 2017 . Total worth of stolen items was $158 . I had to attend the court and I paid the... Read more »
Contact a family lawyer. If you know where he is it may be possible to serve him by mail. If however you don't know then you have to go through Brazillian procedures for service of process. Suggest you start by contacting a family law attorney.
Hi, I (US citizen) am planning on moving outside the country to work and my wife(Conditional green card holder) is also planning on traveling with me. Can she be out of the US for 5-6 months, return to the US for a week, then stay out of the US for another 5-6 months? I would be traveling with her... Read more »
Your wife can travel outside of the U.S. up to 6 months without losing her green card. Travel more than 6 months but less than one hear will subject her to additional questions upon her return to the U.S. If she intend to stay outside the U.S for one year or more, it is recommended that she applies...Read more »
You can adjust status because you are married to a U.S Citizen. Your success will be dependent on how the questions are answered, your background history, how the application is filled out, and other important factors that are considered by the immigration officers. If you are not sure what steps...Read more »
Hello. I am a foreigner. I had a J1 visa with two-year home residency rule. If I will change my passport and passport number in my home country, can I get a immigrate visa without waiting 2 years? I have only stayed for 1 year in my country. The visa and DS-2019 won't be on the passport and I will... Read more »
You're still you, regardless of your passport number - and what you're proposing could be construed as fraud. Seek the advice of an experienced immigration lawyer. There are waivers available if you qualify. Please don't resort to any attempt at trickery.
Congratulations on acceptance to your school. Until you are able to speak with a knowledgeable immigration attorney who could offer meaningful input here, one option with the fall semester getting underway might be to contact your school. Many schools today are expanding their enrollment of...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 am a US citizen and want to bring my boyfriend from the Dominican Republic but he has a tourist visa! Is it better if he comes and we get married here or get married in the Dominican Republic and apply for his visa ?
If you are in the country on a non immigrant visa, you are not eligible for a fiancee visa. However, you may be able to get married and adjust your status without getting a fiancee visa. You should check with an immigration attorney about your particular case to see if you can do this.
I want to apply for the immigration of my parents. For that joint tax returns needs to be submitted. Question while in divorce proceedings can I apply for my parents immigration based upon joint tax returns. We have a kid together. If their immigration application is approved before divorce; will... Read more »
This is an immigration question and should be directed to an immigration attorney. The only thing that I will say is that the immigration status of your parents will have no affect on child support and maintenance.
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