Temporary Protected Status (TPS) eligibility criteria can vary based on the specific country designated for TPS and the regulations in place. Generally, TPS allows eligible nationals of certain countries to temporarily live and work in the United States due to conditions in their home country that...View More
If you cannot remember the exact dates of your traffic citations, it's still important to provide as much information as you can about the citations, including the location where they occurred, the type of citation, and any other relevant details that you remember.
Sometimes citations come up in the court system so you can start there (either searching online or going in person and asking clerk to search your name for citations). If that does not work you could try asking the DMV for your driving record and seeing if they come up (or maybe even your...View More
He lives in Colombia though and is unable to return to Venezuela to get a police record that shows he is not a criminal. Would this not allow him to come to America and marry me? He also does not have access to a Venezuelan embassy
You should immediately speak to an immigration lawyer and discuss the details surrounding the marijuana related offense as said details will determine whether you are even eligible for a waiver. Not only can a conviction for certain marijuana offenses render you inadmissible and therefore...View More
No attorney will guide anyone remotely by way of a remote paragraph to handle such a complex issue as an adjustment of status for an immediate foreign national family member without any review and knowledge of the matter.
As soon as USCIS issues a file #, your husband becomes a C-9 beneficiary. He can be present in the US until USCIS adjudicates the I-485. There are 2 final outcomes: Either the application is approved and he receives the green card. Or if it is denied, he could leave the country or appeal.
In my opinion after a removal for several aggravated felonies convictions the chances of being permitted for admission to the United States are nil, notwithstanding the legal status of immediate family members in the U.S.
I entered the US this time on a B1/B2 visa and I wasn't working at the time I got married to my wife and we filed for Adjustment of Status and EAD in June 2019. She made enough money to complete form I-864 on her own. on August 2019 my EAD got approved and I have been working using that EAD... View More
My 10 year green card expires is 2025 (Swedish citizenship). I just got a remote job opportunity as a full time contractor for a Canadian company. Can I legally be paid by them and not run into issues? I will be living in the US still.
There are two types of J1 visa’s. One with a two-year home residency requirement which requires you to return home after the expiration of your stay, and the other one is without the two-year home residency requirement. So more facts would be needed to know.
This can be viewed as visa abuse, where you can return. An abused B2 visa may result in review on renewal. Remaining in excess of six months may result in delay at a future primary inspection at an airport, even exclusion from the U.S.
A future admission may be denied based upon the...View More
You can file for another extension before the date of the extension you first requested. BUT you should make sure that the reasons for the extension is extremely good BECAUSE should the extension be denied (first or second one), your mom's visitor visa will be automatically revoked and it will...View More
I am a first year PhD student on an F1 visa. If I receive a job offer from an NGO or university, and my change of status petition to H1B or an EB visa is denied, will I loose my F1 status and have to leave the country? My F1 visa is currently valid for 3 more years.
Marrying a US citizen or LPR can be a pathway to lawful permanent residence. You might have to return to your native country to attend a visa interview and you might need a waiver to overcome your unlawful presence—the bar of which you speak.
I was convicted in a Military Court (General Court Martial); of Obstruction of Justice and Conduct Unbecoming of a NCO on a charge of marijuana drug trafficking across the US/Mexico border back in July 1996 while serving in the Us Marine Corps. I served one year in a military brig. I have not... View More
I came over illegally in America and was recently married to American woman who passed away n immigration has found out that that I’m still illegal does the binding contract of marriage license go Void because they were and are still illegal?
Since Venezuela does not currently have working consulates in the US where I could renew my passport, can I apply for a I-131 travel document that would replace my passport if I intend to travel overseas, Europe for example? I will also be eligible to apply for naturalization in September. Would... View More
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