If your mother in law has been out of the country for four years then she is no longer a green card holder A green card would have been deemed abandoned after one year. That being the case she cannot sponsor her daughter
Once your visa expires you must leave the country immediately, you cannot stay in the country without status or you risk removal and deportation. Setup a consultation with a lawyer to determine what your best options are, it will cost money for a consultation, as immigration lawyers charge for...Read more »
I got married last October and the marriage sadly ended right away, I filed for a annulment about two months ago and let him know about it before filing. I got married to a man who was here on a 6 month visa by the time we got married it was expired, he got served last week and he called me today... Read more »
I am a lawful resident that went to visit my family abroad in February and got stuck due to COVID-19. I am nearly 180 days outside the United States and not sure I can be back before they open the airport here. Can I be denied entry back to the states and be considered as abandoning my... Read more »
The US government is well aware of the situation and that many LPR's are victims of the same circumstance. Even so, contact your US consulate and advise them of your situation. Keep a record that you did so. Also keep a record to indicate that you have maintained a residence inside the USA....Read more »
I have obtained my green card through asylum but after when I got my green card situation in my country has changed against me so I traveled back in forth a lot Lets say in last five years I stayed in US for 7 to 9 months and went back stayed there for 6 months now Im thinking to apply... Read more »
Count the exact days you were out before you file. You may save time and money. If you apply under the 3-year rule, then you will have to have physically resided in the U.S. for a period of 18 months, and during this time never remained out of the U.S. for a period of greater than 6 month. . If...Read more »
I have an issue that involves divorce with domestic violence and abuse. I would like to file a civil suit against my spouse for the abuse and for emotional distress and the therapy that I will need due to the abuse. An immigration issue is involved as well. How do I figure out the best attorney and... Read more »
A lawyer would really need to hear all your issues to determine the answer to your question. Second you may need more than one attorney, but its best again that the attorney recommend someone he knows so that they can work well together. It all starts with a phone call so start calling around.
I am F1 student inside USA. I got my h1b picked under h1b masters cap and approved on june 18 will the new proclamation stop me from starting work on h1b from oct 1 or does it only apply to those outside USA.
Hi, the new trump proclamation went into effect June 24th. It simply blocks/decrease approval for new applications for work visas. if you have already been approved, you should be ok to continue on your H1b.
She was born near Mexico and near the states.She does have a birth certificate and a passport but she is not a citizen here.she is also 19 and trying not to get kicked out. Her parents revealed the truth a few months ago so I want to know what we can do so she can be able to stay here.
I am currently planning on visiting South Korea this winter in need of completing my physical test for the military. It is mandatory for Korean to serve for the military for 18 months, and I am required to have my physical test done in South Korea. I was going to travel outside of the US with a... Read more »
Thanks for your time on this question. I have been in the States for 8+ years on H1B. Two of my past US employers got my I140 approved in 2013 and 2016 respectively. I am Indian and it will take ages for my priority date to go current. I will be changing jobs a few times in the next several years.... Read more »
Short answer is yes. The i-140 is based upon the employer petitioning on your behalf. You are the beneficiary of the visa petition. In your query you state "it will take years for my priority date to go current." I am assuming that your preference is something less than first, as a first...Read more »
From a tax perspective the return has been filed when it's placed in the mail. If something happens in the future with the IRS that will be an adjustment of that return. There's nothing that can unfile it.
I would also check with an immigration attorney to make sure the...Read more »
You did technically overstay since the filing was rejected. However, I doubt it will have any consequences. Unlawful presence is most problematic when a person remains in the USA and is trying to change status to another visa or adjust status. However that is not the case with you. For those...Read more »
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