I would like to move my family to Hawaii. I am looking to purchase a company and would therefore qualify for a work visa. However, my husband and I are in the midst of separating. I would like to assist his move to the US and wondered if I should delay the separation or if we can still all move... Read more »
More information is needed. Have your petition for an investor visa been approved? If not, it can take a significant amount of time for U.S. visa petition processing. Likely, much more time than Canada. Perhaps, more time then you and your husband wish to wait.
My petition was approved on December 9, and I received approval notice from USCIS one week later. A few days ago I contacted NVC about my case and they told me that my case isn’t in their system. So I decided to check my case status on USCIS, just in case. I was surprised and frustrated because... Read more »
There was a ban on non immigrant and immigrant visas until the recent proclamation revoking former President Trump’s executive order. The National Visa Center had no other choice, but to send it back. However, there is now hope.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and...Read more »
I don't think you need to worry about it. Bring the package tracking history for the Fed Ex mailing with you to the interview to show that you mailed it before it expired. The delay in delivery being out of your control should excuse the late filing. Best wishes!
Your B-1/B-2 non- immigrant visa has been cancelled by operation of law after you overstayed the authorized period that was granted by CBP at the U. S. port of entry. Hence you may not be allowed entry after your departure from the U.S. unless you obtain the B-1/B-2 visa at the U.S. consulate.
If you want to file for adjustment of status then technically you will not accrue "unlawful" presence from the time that USCIS receives your application and until they reach a decision on your application. So if they receive the application before your lawful stay ends, you should not...Read more »
I am recently going to court for an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in St Petersburg Florida. I was offered PTI program I have court on the 15th of this month to decide whether or not the court will accept my application. there's a high chance of my case being dismissed.
AS A child her Father ONLY- (dec-citizen), raised her inside the US. THEN She was 12 & forced into foster care. She had graduated HS, ALWAYS WORKED since age 17 or younger and always paid her taxes like ALL Americans SHOULD. She never has been on Assistance or has never asked the government for... Read more »
My parents are Venezuelan citizens. They came to the US on a Tourist visa in early Feb of 2020, their goal was a 4 months visit but due to Covid restrictions they were unable to leave as planned and after a few failed attempts they haven't been able to leave the US as of Feb 2021. The last... Read more »
A US citizen adult child can sponsor their parents for green cards provided the parents entered the United States with permission. Parents can still adjust status to get a green card if sponsored by their adult child, despite that they are out of status. However I would advise your parents not to...Read more »
As a petitioner, am I required to take a birth certificate with me to his interview? I don’t have my birth certificate and only have my U.S passport which states that I was born in the U.S...... my second question is that my husband submitted a medication examination form back when he was in his... Read more »
You can get an E2 visa to travel from Latvia to the United States. To evaluate you for other visas, we need more information. Please contact my office or any other competent attorney to assist with the matter.
While I understand that this act has not passed either the House or the Senate as of yet, and as such is not yet law, I do not understand the fundamental differences in the 6-year LPI status vs. the current specifications of the Green Card. To my understanding, both LPI status and a Green Card... Read more »
The best way to explain the proposed "Legal Prospective Immigrant" (LPI) status is to first view the definition of the term " Prospective". "Prospective" means "expected or expecting to be something particular in the future".
I am currently unemployed and therefore, do not meet the financial requirements to support my wife with our spouse visa application? Will a close neighbour with the required assets be able to co-sponsor her? She has previous felonies for drug related offences (she left prison over 5 years ago).... Read more »
Came to USA on 2019 October. Because of COVID and my health conditions I cannot go back to my country . My visa expires in 3 months. Since I am diagnosed with cancer recently (after coming here) and we don’t have treatment for my situation in our country , I want to stay here until I get... Read more »
We are going to different colleges in different states and will probably be doing long-distance for a while. Will this marriage be legitimate in Massachusetts? He is not American. If possible, I want him to live with me in America permanently.
You can ask your prospective employer to prepare to file for the H-1B status on your behalf in April 2021. The prospective employer will need to register with USCIS on or after March 3, 2021 in order to be eligible to file the FORM I-129H.
An experienced immigration attorney can assist you...Read more »
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