The validity of a driver's license for someone on a K-1 visa will depend on the laws of the state where the license was issued. Each state in the US has its own rules and regulations regarding driver's licenses, and some states may have different requirements for non-US citizens....View More
If you were not born in the UK and do not have British citizenship, you will need to go through the proper channels to obtain a British passport. The fact that your father's second family has British passports does not automatically entitle you to one.
If you were born in a country that is not part of the British Commonwealth or the European Union, and you do not have a claim to British citizenship by descent, marriage, or through another family connection, then you will need to meet the requirements for naturalization as a British citizen. These...View More
Pending USCIS petition for alien fiancé, I am getting my ducks in a row for the next part of the process. I have requested my records for my medical as this can take awhile to process (uk nhs) and have been down the researching rabbit hole. I am worried as I have previously been on anti... View More
Having a history of mental health issues or past medication use, including antidepressants and anxiety medication, is not an automatic disqualification for a K-1 visa. However, you should be prepared to provide a thorough explanation of your medical history and any treatment you have received....View More
Today, I became a US citizen. My mom is currently a green card holder. 8 years ago my mom filed a police report against my dad for domestic violence. (However, there's no police report filed against my dad according to the olathe police.) Then we filed for a U-visa. Got approved, then after 3... View More
I understand that he is your dad and even though he caused you and your mother mental trauma, you still want to sponsor him to get his green card. While your father would be an immediate relative, if you were to sponsor him now that you have here citizenship, I'm not sure what criminal charges...View More
Depends on what J1 visa you have. Some are subject to the two-year home residence requirements, where you have to return home for a two year period. If you do not have this condition, then most likely you can adjust status after marriage, as you entered the country with legal permission. However as...View More
It depends on where you mailed your application but some places are taking 6-8 weeks to send receipt notices. Hopefully you mailed your application with tracking or proof of delivery so you are sure that it got there. If you don't get anything from USCIS within 12 weeks I would recommend...View More
The following is one example where real estate is in jeopardy of confiscation:
A foreign national who has been deported can have real estate confiscated if the property has been used for illicit purposes involving controlled substances and the person has been charged and convicted for...View More
I have applied for stay extension in July but till now (December) there's still no decision. My question is, can I leave the U.S if my I-539 extension application is in review?I'm on B2 visa & My I-94 is expired. will there be any problems with the immigration and does it affects my visa in future?
my Fiance is from Pakistan and we are looking to get married in the near future. We plan on talking to an Immigration lawyer but I don't know what questions we need to ask of them about his current status as forgin exchange student for 4 more years to married and also going to school. What... View More
Some of us give free consultations. Counsel in any state can represent you. During the free consultation the step by step process will be explained so that you know how the case will be processed and the time it will take to do so.
I became resident in 1987 at 3 years old. I renewed every 10 years, but in 2017 I couldn’t afford to. I’ve been married to a u.s. citizen for 14 years. I’m a stay at home mom with 3 kids. I have never been arrested and have lived a simple life. I just put in my citizenship application... View More
It is USCIS policy for citizenship applicants whose cards have expired or will expire within six months to file the I-90 and submit a copy of the receipt notice. You can file without that but you will likely get a request for it.
Hi I am not a US citizen, my wife is a green card holder, we got married in my country a year ago and we just got our first child in the US, she has to live and stay in the US and I want to move there with her, what is the fastest way to do so? I don't want to leave her and my child alone... View More
I am not a family law attorney neither authorized to practice law in your state but you need to contact a family attorney in your area ASAP regarding this matter or if you don't have the means to afford an attorney you can contact legal aid and see if you qualified for their...View More
First, I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case. Not because I think you’re not capable of handling it, you may will be, but in order for the lawyer to debrief and brief you, analyze, assess and evaluate your case in order to maximize the...View More
I am freaking out about my family .. ALL of my family. I'm worried about where everyone is and what exactly has happened to all of us. I gotta figure out the money thing so that I can get funding to my family that is locked up.
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