My course was born in CA but she was taken to Mexico at a very young age and her name was changed in mexico all her records and school records are in a different name but she has her us social security and birth certificate but she has not reentered the county because she is scared they won't... 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 »
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 »
I am a Registered Nurse working in the US for over 30 years and recently my job placed me on "Temporary Leave" due to Covid 19 until we can resume full time indoor opening. My TN Visa status then was revoked completely by US Border Control when applying for a New TN Visa for a secondary... Read more »
NO. Working without authorization will jeapordize your ability to receive any further immigration benefit seek. Secondly, remaining in the USA without a visa may also jeapordize any further immigration benefit you seek.
The requirements for naturalization are more stringent than the requirements for the renewal of your permanent resident card. You should have an attorney review the denial letter with you to see what options you may have to obtain your citizenship.
Hey, I’d say just wait for the decision on the first application. You can contact the USCIS or check the status of your case online. If you need help checking online, I’d be happy to help. Give me a call.
My Iranian wife and I married May of this year, we fell in love in grad school (I am a US citizen by the way). We married during COVID quarantine and I’m not close to my family, so only a few of her family members could Skype in.
How can we best mitigate issues with our green card application?
There are several options. The most expedient pathway is the fiancé visa. If you have physically met your boyfriend within 2 years of filing then you can sponsor him for his K visa. Upon entry and marriage within 90 days, he can adjust status to acquire his green card. The fiancé visa process...Read more »
My mother who is an immigrant and an employee of a company where she works as a farm worker in California, was recently put on workers comp due to her having nausea and dizziness that made it unsafe for her to work. after getting the OK from her doctor to go back to work, she went to the main... Read more »
Labor Code 132(a) makes it a misdemeanor crime for the employer to demote or terminate an injured worker just because they requested workers comp benefits. The trouble here is the employer can defend by claiming it really had nothing available for Mom with her skill set. CAN MOM PROVE that this...Read more »
I found a statement on the notice that I should reschedule my interview if I've traveled outside the US in the past two weeks as part of the covid-19 safety measures. However, I didn't see that on their webpage, only if you're ill or have symptoms. Should I: - Call to reschedule... Read more »
The fact that you’ve travelled will likely come up in databases that keep track of such things, unless you traveled to Canada or Mexico. Under certain circumstances. It is hard to say what you should do, though know that you might get turned away if you show up at the interview and tell staff...Read more »
If you leave the U.S. within the time requested in your I539 (so long as it is no more than 180 days) and before you have received a decision on your request, then you have not accumulated unlawful presence.
I was given 6 months to stay in the country which will be up on September 7, 2020. I am a diabetic and heart patient which makes me high risk for contracting the Coronavirus. I would like to wait until the end of the year to travel back to Belize. Is it possible for me to get my stay extended... Read more »
Judge ordered $5000 bail bonds. Another person went to ICE signed the paper and paid the bonds. I did’t signed any paper with ICE, I am not a consigner. Now, my friend he jump bond and run away. Do I responsible to pay the money to that person who signed the paper and paid the bond with ICE.... Read more »
My brother lied in his DS-160 form in 2013 while applying for b1/b2. He mentioned fake college name and degree in the form.The same info was repeated again in 2018 while filling DS-160 while renewing b1/b2 .He still has valid b1/b2 but is worried about future and wants to amend the mistake he made... Read more »
You definitely should consult with an immigration attorney to evaluate this situation and determine next steps. Misrepresentation to obtain an immigration benefit is a very serious matter and can have serious consequences to your brother's future ability to travel to the United States.
My dad became a naturalized citizen in August of 1996. In July of 1999 he was charged with mail fraud under 18:1341. After fighting it for a while he returned to India without settling the case. The most recent Docket entry shows charges for fleeing and making threatening remarks (18:1073 and 875c)... Read more »
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