If you meet the residency requirements (lived in Florida for six months as your permanent home) then you can file for divorce in Florida. If the child is living in Florida then those issues will be addressed in Florida. If the child still lives in Haiti then Florida would not have jurisdiction to...Read more »
Estimado(a). Los casos en la corte son muy delicados y es recomendable ver en detalle todosdocumentos de la corte antes de hacer una recomendacion. Si gusta podemos ofrecerle informacion en privado llamando a nuestra oficina. Terra Immigration Partners en Orlando, Florida.
My suppose passed away right before scheduled interview for adjustment status, I asked USCIS to reschedule the interview, then later sent them a copy of a death certificate (end of January), never heard back (it’s almost May now),
Last notice in my online account ‘we received the... Read more »
Assuming that your father went to court to change the family name (including yours) in 1958, you would need a certified copy of the court decree. Contact the clerk of that court. I don't know how they do things in Illinois, but normally you would not need to "correct" the birth...Read more »
Don't make any plans to travel until you file and the USCIS actually issues a Re-Entry Permit. It can take a long time. That said, the better option is to try to file for naturalization provided that you qualify as a matter of law and are not otherwise disqualified. In these situations, I...Read more »
If you are a permanent resident then you can travel internationally without the need for any other permit. You must have a valid passport from your country of origin and the valid green card at the time of travel. Best wishes!
More information is needed. How long have you resided in the United States? When did your I-94 entry card expire? Have you retrieved it? If so, when does your I-94 expire? A visa is valid for 'entry' up until the time that it expires! We need to know more information to decide...Read more »
This happened over ten years ago. I ended up telling the truth during the immigration meeting and he ended up getting deported shortly after. I'm just wondering why we are still married if it was deemed a fraudulent marriage?
For the purposes of immigration it was deemed fraudulent. You have to take steps to divorce him so that the marriage ends and you can remarry, say you are divorced and single and so on. Talk to an attorney.
Philippine resident is here on work visa (with the public school system) that is due for renewal in August. We would like to hire this person as a live in nanny/caregiver as well as educational support for our son who is 3 and gifted, there is not an easy solution for his education at this time. We... Read more »
It depends on what visa she is here on now. This is a type of question that is best addressed through a consultation with an experienced employment immigration attorney. You can find one here at Justia, Avvo.com or AILA.org. Best wishes!
During all this time I was out of status. My ex boyfriend had DACA at that time. We we hoping to get married but everything went bad and we separated because he started getting aggressive. Since i was out if status i was planning to go back to Russia with my daughter, but now it is not safe there... Read more »
Hi. Your situation sounds too complex to discuss on a blog. It will definitely require an analysis that you want to do in private with an immigration attorney. The biggest problem that I see is the apparent 'unlawful presence' after the expiration of your J1 visa. You need to speak to an attorney.
What Uber reports and what I make is two separate things. I made 21k and it was filed as if I only made 1838 after deductions. No where near the poverty limit. What should I do? Will I be able to help my wife ?
It seems like you will need a joint sponsor, where you cannot prove that you earned 125% of the HHS Poverty for the year that you filed within. If you are confused, consider seeking legal help from an experienced immigration attorney or not for profit legal organization that provides immigration...Read more »
I am from India I have a priority date of EB2 Nov 29th 2011. I downgraded and filed my Concurrent AOS application ( I485+ I140) in August 2021 in EB3 category. My I140 in EB3 was approved in October of 2021. My application was in Texas Service Center and Texas service center is very slow and... Read more »
You have an investment visa, that means that you have to create and submit legitimate sufficient financial means or funds to qualify for such. Any of such investment Visa require a licensed attorney to submit review and file everything correctly. You would be in the best position to seek an...Read more »
I am a moroccan student who studies in france through a staying permit and came to the US as an exchange student. I lost my wallet including my staying permit in the united states. So I applied for a visa to go back to france on the 5th of november. My us visa ended on the 17th of december and I... Read more »
It is unfortunate, but losing visa documents can prove devastating. It seems that you have chosen not to leave, so you have fallen out of status. The longer that you stay, the less likely that you will be able to return. Your U.S. visa may be eventually be canceled or revoked.
If you are married to a lawful permanent resident then the FORM I-130/I-130A can be filed with USCIS by the permanent resident spouse. The FORM I-485 can also be filed with USCIS if the Visa Bulletin ( See the USCIS website) indicates that a visa is available at the time of filing. You should...Read more »
More information is needed. However, the decision not to attend University means that you have fallen out of status, which can result in being referred to immigration court for removal if the U.S.C.I.S. is unable to approve your asylum application.
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