Supreme Court case law affords children an education up through and including high school, notwithstanding their immigration status. Of course, a child in B-2 visitor status who attends school would be violating the terms of his/her visitor status, but the school would not (should not) prevent the...Read more »
I am in Philadelphia on a student visa. I completed my Optional Practical Training, and my work permit expired July 9, but I have a two month grace period to leave the country. However Venezuela is not admitting international flights due to the pandemic. I don't want to overstay my visa and... Read more »
More information is needed, but this seems complicated, and perhaps, the USCIS made a mistake in granting lawful permanent resident status. In addition, the USCIS can get confused if steps were not taken to clarify how she qualified when approved.
I’m currently in the U.S on F2 status and have applied for COS to F1 since I will be attending grad school this September. I’m wondering if it would be possible to attend classes full-time staying in U.S while my COS from F2 to F1 is still pending if school decides to go online/hybrid mode due... Read more »
Will I be able to be sponsored by them without a problem? I have been working in the US for the time being and paying taxes even after the EAD expired and I have 3 other U.S citizen children under the age of 21.
Hey, your child should be able to sponsor you with no problem assuming you are not inadmissible for any other reason. Even though you have stayed in the U.S illegally, there is forgiveness for immediate relatives of a US Citizen ( Spouse, Child Under 21, Parent).
I have text messages of him getting upset that i was texting my ex. I wanted my shirt back of that she had and he was saying to stop texting her if not he can go about it another way. I texted him saying I'm not here to take her back or anything i just wanted to ask her a question about... Read more »
If you have an unsure immigration status, it's always risky to contact the police. I'm not an immigration attorney, and do not know about the nuances of your DACA status. You should speak to an immigration attorney about that.
In general, however, it sounds like this is not...Read more »
NO! You must be a tax resident, not necessarily a lawful permanent resident, who has filed taxes in at least 2017 and 2018, where you were obligated to pay taxes. You may try to file late tax returns at this time. Its unclear whether or when the system will 'eventually' accept or...Read more »
I'm unsure what you mean by extended visa. What is your current status? If it's an F1, you can pursue a work visa, such as an EB visa or a nonimmigrant visa, such as a H1B, O1, L1, etc. If all you have is a bachelor, you probably don't qualify for an O1. The H1B lottery is already...Read more »
I recently changed my job and my H-1B has been filed by new employer and it is not approved yet. My spouse H4 (form I-539 approved and valid until May 2022 from my previous employer) was not filed by new employer.
Couple of days back my H-1B (form I-129) has been revoked by my... Read more »
I`m an Egyptian pharmacist, came to Pittsburgh on an F2 visa because my husband is a Ph.D. student. I took the foreign pharmacy graduate exam and got the FPGEC certificate, but to complete the steps to get my license as a pharmacist here in the USA I need a social security number. How can I do... Read more »
I'm on F1 OPT right now. I just got married and my wife is a US citizen. I am applying for the AOS and will also apply for GC EAD in c09 category. My current OPT EAD will expire on 9th June 2020. Do you think I'll have enough time to receive my new GC EAD assuming I apply by Feb 10th? If... Read more »
If you properly prepare and file the request for adjustment without errors and omissions, you will be able to receive the EAD prior to the expiration of the existing EAD. USCIS is issuing the EADs in about 5 months for properly filed adjustment of status requests.
Parents are from iran. They recieved a green 221g slip and been put in ap for the past alost 2 years. Got an email 2 weeks ago telling them to attend the embassy to submit passport, ds260, and a new medical exam. Also told me in the email that my parents can only visit on a Monday at 2 pm. Was... Read more »
I’ve been married to my abused spouse for 2 years during those 2 years I’ve been seeing doctor psychiatrist and I have been under medication since then my abused spouse withdraw I 130 the i601 still pending can I file for vawa
Who is abused? You or your spouse? A spouse who is abused has the right to withdraw a petition. If you can prove that ‘you were abused,’ then you may want to discuss whether it is your best interest to file a VAWA self petition with a competent and experienced immigration attorney. Good luck....Read more »
I am a US. Citizen and also a US Soldier and I filed both the I-130 and I-485 concurrently for my wife, she now has her green card. Our 9 year old son just got here to the US and I want to file for him as well. I need to know if its better to submit a separate I-130 and I-485 for him and pay the... Read more »
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