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.
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The question is whether you have already derived citizenship. More information is needed about your mother. I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a competent and experienced immigration attorney, like this office, before there are any more complications and confusion....Read more »
If you can obtain a job offer that requires your degree then the prospective employer can file for an H-1B status with USCIS. The prospective employer will have to commence the process as soon as possible in order to timely file the petition this year.
First, this question does not have anything to do with Immigration law or Child custody. It is a personal injury question. Next, contingent fee agreements of this type are not set by law. The amount you are charged will depend on a number of factors which could include, the probability of...Read more »
I was brought to the states when I was 2 months old. I became a legal permanent resident soon after. I lived all my life in southern California. I was made ward of the state when I was 12 years old and grew up in the foster care system. What can I do? I never lived in Mexico, in fact, never lived... Read more »
Hi, I would need a bit more information to answer your question. You indicated that you became a legal permanent resident of the U.S. shortly after two months old. If that is the case, were you placed in deportation proceedings in an attempt to remove your lawful permanent resident status? Did you...Read more »
It shows on our county public portal for superior court of California that he has 3 criminal cases. 2 are active and 1 is inactive. It states the 2 active cases are misdemeanors filed in 2014, and 2015. It states the 1 inactive case was a felony filed in 2013.
My sister, who was 18 at the time my mom was being naturalized, got her citizenship through my mom. I wasn't able to because I couldn't get in touch with my separated dad as I was a minor and needed permission from both parents. Now that I'm 18 (I'm a permanent resident), do I... Read more »
You can only file N-600 BEFORE you turn 18. Now that you are 18 you will have to file form N-400/Naturalization based on your permanent residency. USCIS has a very nice guide re: applying for naturalization. BUT I recommend you do a consultation with an experienced Naturalization attorney to make...Read more »
My mother is a Mexican citizen. Her father is being taken off life support tomorrow here in the United States. Is there a permit she can get to cross the Orta border legally just to say her goodbyes and attend the funeral?
My wife and I applied for I-130 and I-485 concurrently about 6 months ago. She is on F1 status and will be graduating in Spring 2020. I-130 has been approved so we are currently wait for I 485 approval.
Due to the current administration and corona virus delays we do not know... Read more »
My tenant, still married to deported man, says she can help him to reenter U.S. She's not OK with this. Wouldn't it solely be up to courts? They have 2 children, young teens, his parents are Guardians, last week they took kids to him in Mexico & left them there, he may use them like... Read more »
i am not an immigration lawyer. However, I would encourage you to make an appointment with one. Before meeting him/her write out a detailed summary of all the facts. i am guessing if you are posting here that your finances might be in question......if a lawyer is going to try to help he/she...Read more »
Our office uses many expert witnesses in our legal practice. The fee would depend upon what in fact the expert is asked to do. Most of our experts work on a flat fee basis for the specific task requested.
My dad is 56 years old, has lived in the US since he was 17, he does not pay taxes, he has 6 children (only 1 under the age of 18), his wife (my mother) is a resident. He is the sole provider for the family (All other siblings live with the parents while they go to school) including my mom who has... Read more »
Not possible to answer your question without more information. There are many grounds of inadmissibility and entering the US without permission is merely one. There are criminal bars to admission and the public charge ground to admission. My suggestion would be for your father to consult with an...Read more »
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