I am requires to go back as soon as the flights ban to India is over, i have 2 kids and wanted to know what are the options to stay here until the health crisis of coronavirus is over. I am also not able to work and is out of pay.
A future employer is arranging me my green card; they are paying immigration lawyers and all. We already sent all the documents, paid fees, and I will have my biometrics next week. I will sign a contract as soon I have the GC. The process is taking time and in the meanwhile my current... Read more »
Your fact pattern involves an employment/ labor law issue and immigration law issues. I highly recommend that you consult with a labor law attorney to assess your obligations prior to entering into an employment agreement with your current employer. You also should seek guidance from an experienced...Read more »
I’m a 16yrs Brazilian who currently lives in Mass with my parents, they have a Student visa, who which I’m dependent. Since I came here, I came out as gay, and they never were really well receptive. I have a boyfriend, and a whole new life in here, me and my bf are fearing that my parents want... Read more »
My family has applied for a green card years back but still dont have it. I am interested in selling some items on a site called StockX.com, in which people can buy and sell clothing and footwear. It is similar to Ebay and Facebook marketplace in which items are sold and bought by individual... Read more »
It is unclear whether you will be able to adjust status, which may be more important to you. This may depend upon whether you somehow qualify based upon Section 245i. Was the original petition filed by April 30, 2001? In general, a person is not allow to work in the U.S. without employment...Read more »
I have received job offer from a company which is ready to sponsor and apply for my visa even before I join. While my current employer is also planning on filing for me. Both are unrelated organizations. Will this cause any problem during or after the lottery process this year?
In the past two different employers were able to file the FORMI-129H on behalf of the same beneficiary. However, the filing procedures are not entirely set for the FY 2021 filings. USCIS will release instructions regarding the employer registration process in a few weeks.
You can sponsor him for his fiancé visa but you must show that you have physically met him within two years of filing. There are other options that you can explore. Discuss with counsel anywhere in the USA.
I've known her since 2011 and have visited her and her family many times. We have been engaged for 2 years and I want her to come to Boston so we can get married and I want her to stay with me in Boston. What is the best way to get this done?
My husband has done everything to make sure I’m his puppet that just sits at home, it even gets physical. I’m trying to go stay with other family that’s out of the state I’m in but, he is threatening to report me to the company that we’re under with the h-1b visa with. Can he do that? I... Read more »
You may be eligible for relief available for victims of crimes or protection under the Violence Against Women Act. I would encourage you to reach out to an immigration attorney immediately so they can help you with reproduction of your documents and your immigration status.
As long as there are no other red flags on your file, that would probably be fine. However, if that happens, you should be overly prepared for the extra scrutiny such a move will likely bring to your marriage application. I highly recommend hiring an attorney to help you with your marriage...Read more »
First, you seem terribly mistaken. A person who is deportable can also be disqualified from naturalization and placed in removal proceedings as a result of filing. This, even if five years pass after the offense.
As a result, I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a...Read more »
IF yes, on what grounds can it be blocked or canceled ? I understand people feel very good in immigrating their relatives such as spouses, parents and siblings. However, in my case I fear my own married life which is hanging by a thread will be over. There is a very big background on it. Please,... Read more »
An I-130 confers no benefit and only confirms that there is a bona-fide marriage or other direct relationship, i.e, siblings, parent-child, etc. So, what's to block? Those predicate facts are true or false... Nonetheless, petitioner does not have to sign; does not have to file I-130--but if already...Read more »
Technically, no. The date should extend the deadline of his green card so that it is no longer expired. The only issue we see is if something comes up as a result of the investigation into his continued eligibility for permanent residence.
If upon entering the US as a green card holder, a border security officer deems that I have not maintained residency in the US, what happens next? My understanding is that the border officer takes the green card, stamps my passport with a stamp that is good for re-entry for one year, and issues a... Read more »
This is not always the case. I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before there are any other complications. Find an attorney who will explain the range of discretion that CBP has at a port of entry before you take any further...Read more »
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