Im a cuban citizen in USA since 2028, i have not being admitted and inspected or parole thats why i cant adjust under CAA, but recently i they designate TPS for Venezuela, and im also from Venezuela, can i adjust status under CAA if TPS is granted?
ICE said that they have to leave and my wife’s parents ran away just left a note saying if ICE finds me they can take me. My wife didn’t sign anything but would happen to her since she’s sponsored them in ?
When you say she sponsored them, I take that to mean she filed I-130 petitions for them to be eligible to apply for permanent residency/consular visa processing. No liability to her for the sponsorship. If she posted ICE bonds she would forfeit the money posted.
I am a German citizen currently visiting my US citizen fiancé here in the US on a ESTA tourist visa. We have a pending K1 fiancé visa case that is sitting at the NVC and not being processed due to a closed embassy. We want to drop the pending K1 and get married here in the US while I’m staying... Read more »
I have applied for i751 8 years ago. It's been pending since then and finally there was an action on my case last month. It has transferred to the another office. So friends and family members have telling me to apply for citizenship.
I am a US citizen trying to bring my wife to US. She has visitor visa. I was wondering if there would be any complication bringing her here. I haven't filled out any immigration application for to get her the green card. I don't know if the US custom boarder would stop her from entering... Read more »
A visitor visa is for the purpose of visitation not to come here permanently. If CPB finds out she is married to you, a US citizen, they may deny her entry because of concealed intent. She has to tell the truth as to what the purpose of her trip is. If she intends to reside permanently here then...Read more »
My husband and I have been married for 12 years and I got my green card about 2 years ago.Now he wants a divorce, moved to Texas and deserted me and our 2 small children since March .I'm worried he would take my green card away once the divorce is finalize because he was the... Read more »
Hi Anna, your husband cannot take away your green card from you. From what you explained about the length of time together, it sounds like your marriage is bonafide and you qualify for a green card. The only instance where USCIS will investigate your eligibility is if there was marriage fraud...Read more »
If you are an undocumented teenager, not by choice, and you can't get a license to drive, how can you park at your high school? Should high schools in Tennessee be asking for driver's licenses? is there a legal way to fight this? This person just wants to be a normal teenager that drives... Read more »
The root issue underlying your questions really is, "Should an unlicensed teenage driver be given a parking permit at their high school?" Under the law, the clear answer is no. An unlicensed driver should not be driving a car for any possible reason.
Your resident mother can file the FORM I-130 on your behalf at this time. Depending on your age you will be classified in the F2A or the F2B categories. You can check the visa availability for both categories by accessing the State Department Visa Bulletin.
It is not about getting married, it is about whether she can be lawfully admitted, so that she can somehow qualify for lawful permanent resident status. If she has immigrant intent, that is, she plans to marry a U. S. citizen, then she can be denied admission, then summarily excluded by the CBP....Read more »
For the past 2nd and 3rd year, my husband did not file taxes due to unemployment. In the past year he became an independent contractor as a realtor but our most recent joint tax returns did not meet the income requirement. He has a joint sponsor who meets the income requirements. Will his previous... Read more »
Your husband must still file an 864, despite that his income is not enough, and explain why he didn't file taxes. Also, you can enlist the joint sponsor and if he has sufficient income, as long as he is an LPR or US citizen. Keep in mind if you file after the 24th, the old forms are going to...Read more »
Your question requires too many questions on my part and too many answers on your part before I can even formulate recommendations as to the course(s) of action you should take. Consult with an immigration lawyer before taking any steps or filing anything.
I’m from Saudi Arabia, and I entered the U.S. by an F-1 visa, my I-20 expired I tried to reinstate it but I got denied by the lack of evidences. Then I applied for I-130 adjustment of statues. Then I got the notice of appear I-862!. I’m married to U.S. citizen, and I have never committed a... Read more »
If you do it will be rejected as stale. Always send a fresh I-864 Affidavit with a complete copy of your latest tax return, W-2 or 1099 forms, and a letter from your employer verifying your employment. I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case. Not...Read more »
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