My boyfriend was brought over to America from Mexico when he was a year old. Does he have to go back to Mexico to be able to apply for residency since he technically came in unlawfully or could it get worked out here in the States?
You will be allowed to sponsor your alien fiancé for his green card unless your criminal history involves violation of the Adam Walsh Act. I suggest you work with a lawyer to represent you. Counsel anywhere in the USA can represent you.
My boyfriend is a alien. He's been in America for 2 years. We are wanting to get married soon but we are concerned because I have a criminal background and I don't want to set him up for failure when we are wanting him to become a US citizen. I have a felony and a recent misdemeanor charge. If we... Read more »
You need to get a divorce lawyer and make sure your divorce lawyer is either experienced in immigration issues or has an immigration attorney on call to help him/her through the landmines. Many divorce lawyers will not want to allege adultery because it is difficult to prove, and because of the...Read more »
I am currently engaged. My priority date is March 2007. I belong to the F4 category and I reside in the Caribbean. I have a 2 year old who was born in the U.S. I would like to migrate to the U.S. with my soon to be husband and our daughter, would it be ok if I were to get married before my priority... Read more »
I'm not sure your question here is clear, which is why you haven't gotten responses to it. You may want to re-post with clarity so that people can respond to the question. Thank you. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
My boyfriend currently lives in Durban South Africa. He has tried to apply for a tourist visa but has been denied twice now by same lady. Reasons for denying has boiled down to 1) does not have enough money for his trip (he had around $1000 to come to US for two weeks) 2) sister currently married... Read more »
The reason that the consulate will not grant him a tourist visa is because they don't think he has sufficient ties to his home country to motivate him to return..no property, or long term employment history, or sufficient assets to return home. If he attempts to process at another embassy, it wont...Read more »
My name is Hannah and I am an Australian citizen currently dating an American who lives in Georgia. We have visited each other's countries on and off for the past 2 years on the 90 day travel visa. We are looking for something more permanent and I would like to move to the US to live with him and... Read more »
The fastest route is for you to get a fiancé visa and then marry him within 90 days of entry and then adjust status to obtain your green card. The fiancé visa takes about 9 to 11 months to get after its applied for. Counsel anywhere in the USA can represent you. Some of us charge very affordable...Read more »
I read that Mexican nationals who have a valid TN work visa stamped in their passport can change employers by presenting the required letter from the new employer and other supporting evidence directly to the CBP at a Port of Entry. The applicant must pay $50 plus a $6 fee for the new I-94.... Read more »
For a new employment you need to obtain a new TN visa. Yes you can request visa at the port of entry- just call Atlanta airoport to make sure that they have NAFTA officer to adjudicate your TN What documents to present really depends on the position that you are applying. If your position requires...Read more »
My birth year is 1994 but it was mistakenly put 1988. During the time my mother said she couldn’t fix it cause they wanted so much money which she did not have. She just made me aware of it while am already a permanent resident in US . In few years am going to apply for my citizenship and i wish... Read more »
You can file an I 90 form to replace your green card and change your birth date. You should try to do this before you file for your citizenship. The error should not affect your ability to get your citizenship as long as you make the change.
An adoption is a specific legal term. It means that the parental relationship of at least one of the parents has been severed either by law or by death of a parent and the adoptive parent is now the legal parent. The remarriage of your father does not automatically mean that your step mother...Read more »
You are getting ahead of yourself. The first step in the process would be to sponsor him for a green card and then after he has had the green card for a period of 3 years, he can file for his US citizenship. US citizenship is not automatic based on marriage. You must follow the process. You will...Read more »
You have a very serious question. You need to consult an attorney any information you find online may not be what you need because of the extent of your case. instead of surfing the web. Set up an actual consultation with an immigration attorney. I understand that its expensive but the risk of...Read more »
Certain misdemeanors or felonies can affect the naturalization process. You need to discuss this with an immigration attorney to review his record and see what if any solutions are available to help with the process of naturalization.
Charges of threatened to kill her but I did not nor was I anywhere near her she is mad that I moved on. My former landlord said paperwork came to house. One of my friend called her she said she told them she didn’t want to Pursue any longer because she knows she lied however the state has tAken... Read more »
ou need to hire someone to represent you. Cause these are serious charges. Just because the charges are false does not mean they just go away. We are all familiar with many people serving prison time for something they did not do. Protect yourself and hire an attorney. You do not want to wait on...Read more »
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