You will need to provide an affidavit stating under penalty of perjury that you did not file a return because you did not have the income necessary to require you file. If you were employed you will need to provide any w-2's 1099's.... to indicate the amount that you made.
I filed for my DACA renewal in May 2020, a little bit more than 150 days before my current EAD expires. My EAD expires in October 2020. I have only received notice of action I-797C, and not form I-797 that would say I was approved. Is there an automatic extension given to Daca recipients due to the... Read more »
So my J1 visa expired months ago and i applied for a tourist visa so i could stay here longer while waiting for flights. Will it go against me like will i have a hard time coming back to America if i go home without waiting for the results of the tourist visa?
My son from my first wife is living with his mom in Canada, he is 10 years old . I want to sponsor him so he can get his GC and US Citizenship. His mom is ok to sponsor him so he has documented. My Son is Canadian and I am the US and Canadain Citizen.
I got my green card since 2003 and I used to travel every year to the states return back to my original country as i have some issues I have to follow but last time I travelled to the states they stopped me at the airport and took my green card because I stayed in original country more than one year
A Washington attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to the publisher and ask them to take the page down while expressing your concerns. If that doesn't work, you could reach out to an attorney for a consult to explore options. You could...Read more »
I have applied for i751 8 years ago. It's been pending since then and finally there was an action on my case last month. It has transferred to the another office. So friends and family members have telling me to apply for citizenship.
Guatemalan father and daughter presented themselves at border about 1 year ago, were released after a week, and are staying with relatives in NY while they await their court date. The daughter is very homesick. Can he send her back to Guatemala somehow and then continue doing odd jobs while... Read more »
My mother came to the US in Dec 2019 on B2 visa and her i94 was until June 2020. She was supposed to leave in June 2020, before her i94 expired, but due to the Covid situation, we filed a 6 month extension for her in April 2020. The current status of the application is “Application was... Read more »
I am a US citizen and I want to bring my boyfriend from Dominican Republic to the United States. I would like to know which would be the best and fastest way - should I merry him in DR or should I apply for the fiance visa here in the US ?
The answer to your question depends on a variety of factors. To apply for the fiance visa you must have met in person first. If you did, then that may be an option. After it is approved and your fiance is in the US you should get married within the 90 days of arrival. If you want to marry in DR...Read more »
Hi..I am a u.s citizen and my wife is a greencard holder and I am currently outside the u.s and my stay was protracted (more than 5 years) due to me being alongside my mother who was ill and my wife was forced to stay with me this period as she obviously couldn't leave me and travel back to... Read more »
Our relationship has changed, and I no longer feel comfortable vouching for his financial viability. I know if he drops out of school or something else, they can come to me for the remainder of the tuition and fees payment due. Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? Is there... Read more »
You can not. You enetered into contract with the US Government wherein you agree to assume financial responsibility unless or until a few conditions occur that terminate your responsibility. You can read upiur responsibilities on the form you signed before the signature.
A friend of mine has been living in the US since June 2009. He became a permanent resident in July 2011. His permanent resident card needs to be renewed before July 2021 (he has been here a little over 11 years now).
He was just recently given a citation. It says he was in violation of... Read more »
Hey, a misdemeanor could affect the approval of a greencard renewal. Your friend has to discussed with a criminal attorney about the consequences this charge. Your friend should also schedule a consultation with a competent immigration attorney. Many law firms, including mine, offer telephone or...Read more »
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