I am an RN who was petitioned by an employer. My green card has already been issued. I resigned after 6 months of being employed with them due to unhealthy work environment therefore resulting to breach of contract and some penalties that I am willing to settle. Will breach of contract be a reason... Read more »
It is unclear whether the employment contract is enforceable as a matter of Federal immigration and labor law. There is sometimes confusion in local courts. You were lawfully admitted based upon a position. The position was offered to you for an indefinite period of time based upon a shortage of...Read more »
An alien whose deportation is being withheld under § 243(h) of such Act [8 U.S.C. 1253] (as in effect immediately before the effective date of § 307 of division C of Public Law 104–208) or § 241(b) (3) of such Act [8 U.S.C. 1231 (b)(3)] (as amended by § 305(a) of division C of Public Law 104–208)
Conditional permanent residents who properly file Form I-751 will receive a receipt notice that can be presented with their Permanent Resident Card, as evidence of continued status for up to 24 months past the expiration date on their Green Card, while their case remains pending with USCIS.... Read more »
Before approving that extension of the green card, or removal of the conditions in LPR there will be a background check prior . When you face a federal indictment or pending criminal case that will affect that extension of the lawful status 100%.
Yes, you were lawfully admitted, so that you can go to the University or School that provided the I-20 form. You have one year from your admission into the U.S. to properly file for asylum. Serious problems may not be enough. You must demonstrate to the satisfaction of U.S.C.I.S., not your...Read more »
The processing times are varying widely now. There are reports of persons getting visitor's visa interviews set for 2023. If you have a medical emergency the situation might be examined with some urgency and early dates set. Good luck.
I’m under investigation in usa. I am in a different country right now. There’s no charge yet. Detective will be made aware that I entered the USA? Can the cops at port of entry arrest me? I am not aware of anything that the allegations could be like.
I got to know that I am under criminal investigation in USA. Investigation started while I was outside the USA and traveling in a different country . If I travel now, will there be an arrest at port of entry?
It is always the discretion of the Border Patrol Officer to determine whether a foreigner applying to enter the US should be admitted under the requirements for the visa category that the foreigner has at the time of the application for admission to the US. So for a tourist (among other general...Read more »
The site is designated for American attorneys licensed in the United States. Although some of such professionals may speak and write in perfect Spanish language, for better efficiency and legal acumen, please state your issue in English (or ask someone who knows English) to state your legal issues...Read more »
My I140 is dated June 2013. But due to change in my role at the same employer, a new PERM process was initiated in July 2021. The new process is in PWD stage. Now with the latest visa bulletin, my date of fling has become current ( June 2013). So can I file 485 based on the original i-140 or do I... Read more »
The most legally prudent approach to that matter would be working with the assigned or retained Immigration Attorney licensed to practice law and intimately familiar with old case procedural history, documents, bona fide evidence, and correspondence.
If you have completed a financial affidavit on behalf of the alien you are responsible for that person to a limited extent.: USCIS.gov/I-864 and USCIS.gov/I-134 is where you can find the forms and an explanation of your responsibility if you sponsor someone.
I've been married to my wife who is a US citizen for 25 years I have two children with her both also born in the US and also I have a felony drug charge on my record from 1992 prior to my marriage I got married in 1995 September 23
Whether you are eligible for an immigrant visa through your wife or you remain inadmissible requires additional information. Some drug convictions became permanent bars. I suggest your wife consult with an experienced immigration attorney on your behalf.
The same question comes in with the frequent regularity. That plan actually runs off all of the terms and conditions of that professional training and conditions of that professional training in the United States so to put it in perspective one cannot sit on two chairs at the same time.
You must contact the USCIS office that is adjudicating the petition. Write a letter expressing your desire to withdraw your I-864. Send it express mail with tracking, and be sure to include the full name of the beneficiary you are sponsoring and the recipient number for the I485 application (if you...Read more »
I am a Us citizen by birth and the biological mother of a 20 year old girl born abroad that currently has a pending file I130, once the green card is approved can she apply citizenship through form n-600? I was married to her biological father (noncitizen) before she was born. I was not in the US... Read more »
That is a complex set of questions. You should see an immigration lawyer to discuss these more carefully. Justia has a directory of lawyers and you can also check www.aila.org, which is the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
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