I was deported by a immigration judge But being Cuban, Cuba didn’t take me back so I was left in the us under supervision, can I travel to Hawaii I have a state Id license, a social security and work permit.
I am re-filing for a parent. My lawyer said in order to re-file, I would need to start with an I-130, request a FOIA (EOIR) and resubmit an I-212. I just wanted to know if I can do the I-130 on my own that way it is less costly on my end.
I have pro bono lawyer who is representing me filing form i-130, unfortunately, my lawyer did not ask me to sign the form g-28 and he already filed the form i-130. What happens in that situation? Will my application be processed or get rejected? please advise... Read more »
A filing with an unsigned FORM G-28 can be processed by USCIS as a pro se filing and the receipt will be sent directly to you. In the alternative, USCIS can deem the unsigned FORM G-28 as incomplete and return the entire package to you or your attorney.
Generally, to change your name, you have to change your ID documents. If you do not apply for a permanent resident card, then to change your name you would change it on your passport (or other ID document) with the country that issued it.
If you apply for your green card, you can change...Read more »
I am a US citizen and I want to bring my boyfriend from Dominican Republic to the United States. I would like to know which would be the best and fastest way - should I merry him in DR or should I apply for the fiance visa here in the US ?
The answer to your question depends on a variety of factors. To apply for the fiance visa you must have met in person first. If you did, then that may be an option. After it is approved and your fiance is in the US you should get married within the 90 days of arrival. If you want to marry in DR...Read more »
Our relationship has changed, and I no longer feel comfortable vouching for his financial viability. I know if he drops out of school or something else, they can come to me for the remainder of the tuition and fees payment due. Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? Is there... Read more »
You can not. You enetered into contract with the US Government wherein you agree to assume financial responsibility unless or until a few conditions occur that terminate your responsibility. You can read upiur responsibilities on the form you signed before the signature.
You write: "I have political asylum from Venezuela" (?).
May I assume you filed Form I-589, Application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal with USCIS and that you are a national and citizen of Venezuela. I am also assuming, you are now married to...Read more »
It would be best to schedule a consultation with a competent immigration attorney. There are additional details that are needed in order to be able to provide an answer. There can be different paths to citizenship depending on one's facts. Many law firms, including my office, are providing...Read more »
My F1 status expires 09/15/20. I filed a change of status I-539 on 08/19/20 after I was in a car accident, it's pending. I have a job offer that will submit H-1B (cap-exempt) but they won't be able to get it in before 09/15/20. Can they still submit it even after this date?
I-539 makes things a little complicated. If you filed extension on August 19, 2020, your unauthorized stay will not be accumulated. Yet it does not mean you are in status. Nevertheless, your best bet is to file H1B as soon as possible and attach a the receipt of I-539.
Your husband can sponsor his mother once he is a USC. He can go ahead and file the Alien Relative Petition now. His mother will need to apply for immediate join to follow when she gets her LPR status. Whether the daughter will age out first depends on her current age.
Hello, my American citizen husband and I got married back in June of 2018 here in Florida, right after we got married, we sent the form I-130 only, together with a lot of documents and photos that proof our relationship through the years we’ve been together, it took a whole year to get approved,... Read more »
You can present the FORM I-485 To USCIS with the approval of the FORM I-130 and evidence of your marriage dating from the time of the filing of the relative petition. You can file the FORM I-765 and possibly the FORM I-131 if you have not accumulated more than 180 days of “ unlawful presence”....Read more »
I am completing a change of status application for a change of status from F1 to B2. My OPT expired 07/17, I am in grace period until 09/15. My I-94 says D/S. To answer the question “What date are you requesting your requested status be extended until?” Is it okay to start counting the 180 days... Read more »
The question is "what date are you requesting the status to be extended until"? But you are changing status, not extending... Thus this question does not apply to your case. You need to focus on applying for B2 visa.
A little more information is needed to be able to provide a best response. Were his parents U.S. Citizens at the time of his birth abroad? Did he ever have a green card, some type of visa to come to the U.S. or ever apply for a certificate of citizenship or any other immigration benefit with...Read more »
Although the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) can under certain circumstances protect a derivative beneficiary child from "aging out" of a petition, a derivative beneficiary child who marries cannot, by virtue of being married, remain as a derivative beneficiary on the case. Barring...Read more »
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