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 be new...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 »
When I applied for food stamps I told them that I had daca. The case worker didn’t know what it was I kind of explained it to her and I told her I thought I didn’t qualify to get them she told me she would verify and she said I did so she gave me food stamps for me and my daughter. I did my... Read more »
You should send them a registered letter (make a copy) explaining their error and include a check for reimbursement. You will need this proof that you did pay them back. This will mitigate your situation when you apply for adjustment of status. I would urge you to consult with and hire an...Read more »
I will strongly advised to the contrary. If you have a professional and diligent attorney you should, by all means, continue working with him regarding your application for lawful permanent residence in the US.
Please make sure that your attorney is authorized to practice law and has...Read more »
For your peace of mind, and so you are aware of your rights, I urge you to discuss your case with an immigration lawyer, if you don't already have representation. You can share all of the details of your case in confidentiality with that lawyer. Good luck.
It depends. If the friend is interested in marrying you and/or staying too long, then they should be denied. A visitor cannot have immigrant intent and is presumed to have immigrant intent until they overcome the legal presumption.
Many applicants are denied due to this sort of...Read more »
My petition for national Interest Waiver and has been approved. I was arrested on domestic violence charges after I received my approval. I am in the state of Tennessee and there is a law here called "retirement" meaning if I do not commit any crime, the case will be automatically dismissed. In my... Read more »
The I-485 specifically asks: "Have you EVER been arrested, cited, charged, or detained for any reason by any law enforcement officer (including but not limited to any U.S. immigration official or any official of the U.S. armed forces or U.S. Coast Guard)?
I have been married for 5 years. I received my card 04/01/2014 and I just seen it expired 04/01/2016. We are still happily married. What can I do to fix this, what are my options? We are on a very limited budget.
My bf is coming on a 90-day visa to see how he likes it here in the US. We met in Ireland and he is taking a 90-day work break for the trip. though we have talked about getting married one day. the intention of the trip is for us to spend some real time together rather than just 1-2 weeks... I am a... Read more »
You can decide to get married while he is here. The issue that could arise would be if he tried to apply for permanent residency while here. Immigration officials would likely question his intent (was that the plan all along) when he entered. It's very difficult to prove what was in someone's...Read more »
We were going to get married this month, he was supposed to be moving from FL to TN and now this happened. He entered the country legally with a visa and decided to stay and he is been in the country for 5 years, he was traveling on a bus from Miami to Orlando when he was detained.
He may be able to file a request a bond based on your impending marriage and if he has no criminal history. There are other factors that the court takes into consideration. Please contact an experienced immigration attorney as quickly as possible. You can also call my Florida office if you have...Read more »
I am a french citizen I got married on July 18th but I won’t be able to send my papers before November because of my husband taxes that he didn’t file. Is it gonna be a problem of overstay and will i je deny ?
It is highly unlikely that your case will be denied because you overstayed your visa. It is highly unlikely that your being out of status will affect you in any way. If you were detained, you could be deported, but really; that is unlikely.
My conditional green card will expire in February 2019, i am planning to apply for the I-751 form in November 2018. Unfortunately, I have some family issues that I need to visit my country for 2 weeks in December 2018 (before the expiration)z. Can i visit my country and re-entry to the US safely?... Read more »
Once you file, you will be given a letter that extends the validity of your current green card by (I believe) 18 months. With that, and your passport from your native country, you should be able to reenter the US with no problmens.
Can a person who has Serious illness or mental or physical disability and his health will be worse if he goes back to his country ( with a medical reports from US and the foreign's country) apply for asylum or something will let live in the US ?
No. In fact it is a ground of ineligibility for U.S. permanent residency. He may be eligible for humanitarian parole. I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist with this case. Not because I think you’re not capable of handling it, you may will be, but in order for...Read more »
Although married for2 yrs we have been together since jan 2010. He was brought here when he was 15 in 2006. He was never enrolled in school. His parents sent him here from Guatemala to save his life. He has a tax id# but thats all
I had domestic violence case 2 years ago and the case end after i went back to the court and the judge told me thereis more show up foe this case i went yesterday to the courtto try getting a letter or copy from my case i didnt find anything how i can get a copy coz when i tried to fill the form... Read more »
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