So in 2013 my mom, brother and myself have landed in the United states as permanent residents (green card holders) my step dad who’s married to my mom is the petitioner and yes he is alive. Now my question is can my brother and I still file for an N400 to be US citizens?
I am hoping to get married to my fiance in Honduras. He is a Honduran citizen and I am a US citizen, but we have been together for two years (I used to live in Honduras for two years). I looked into the requirements and know that I need to meet the following requirements: "Must provide a Single... Read more »
You could file a Form I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiance, and marry him here in the United States within 90 days of his entry. For marriage information in Honduras, I suggest that you contact the U.S. Embassy in Honduras.
I read the instructions to fill form l-765 ( form I-765 instructions) to have EAD, they said that in my case (U VISA),I don't need to fill this form and USCIS will send it to me, is that true or I must fill the form I-765 EAD (Work Permit) to have my first work permit, 2nd in my case (U Visa) if I... Read more »
You are not eligible for an EAD until 1) your U-visa case is approved and you receive U-visa status or 2) you are found eligible for a U-visa and are granted deferred action status while waiting for a U-visa number to become available.
Simply marrying him would not initiate deportation. If you are a U.S. citizen, there may be options for him to obtain legal status after you are married. Contact an immigration attorney for a full analysis of your case.
If my kids are US citizen under the age of 10 years old but refused to go back home with my husband and I . How can my husband and I file for our residency just so the kids can have their heart desire?
These things take time (especially with the recent government shutdown leading to delays). Contact your lawyer again. He has a duty to keep you abreast of any developments. No other lawyer will be able to speak with you about your case since you have already retained an attorney. However, your...Read more »
I have a lawyer who I had use to assist with my case , however since I have gotten my approval letter in Sept. 4 , I still havent receive my card and he told me he will try to get an info pass. Should I try to schedule an info pass on my own? I know he may have alot of cases and forget. So should I... Read more »
Yes, absolutely list all addresses accurately. As long as you have not been out of the U.S. for more than 6 months at a time, and have been in the U.S. more total days than you have been outside the U.S. during the last 5 years, you're fine for purposes of the residency requirement.
Unfortunately, no. It sounds like she is in the process of waiting for a visa number to become available which can be many, many years. In the meantime, it's possible she could come for a short visit by obtaining a visitor visa, but would have to leave at the end of her authorized stay and...Read more »
If your mother enters the US lawfully and is able to do so without any indication of fraud or misrepresentation when she enters, your father can file an immigrant visa petition for her when she arrives. The trick is explaining what the purpose of her travel is, and if she says she plan to become a...Read more »
Given present trends you will want to find an attorney who is a member of AILA and with whom you can discuss in confidence --and with confidence--any questions you have. You want to make a time line of what happened when, where you have lived, worked etc. Anyone may apply--the question is would...Read more »
Yes, depending on how much time you spent in the US before the child’s birth. Also, since the child was born out of wedlock, you will need to provide evidence of your involvement in your daughter’s life.
Yes, they can if they obtain Optional Practical Training.
Optional Practical Training (OPT) is a period during which undergraduate and graduate students with F-1 status who have completed or have been pursuing their degrees for more than three months are permitted by the United States...Read more »
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