Yes, see CDC wesbiste: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/international-travel-during-covid19.html#:~:text=Air%20Travel%3A%20All%20non%2DU.S.,this%20requirement%20and%20accepted%20vaccines.
The easiest option is for your parent to enter the United States before the expiration of the immigrant visa, as once they are admitted they will receive a stamp in their passport that makes the immigrant visa valid for 1 year. They can come to the United States and then return to their home...Read more »
I’m filling out for I-485 and it’s asking me if I ever been under immigra.proceedings? We didn’t attent interview and I got a letter to leave country within 30 days but then I filled for Vawa. So should I answer yes or no to this question???
Immigration proceedings refers to removal/deportation/exclusion/etc. proceedings. For example, if you were ever issued a Notice to Appear and had a case in immigration court in front of an immigration judge then you would have to answer yes to that question.
I am a US citizen, and my sister has B1/B2 visa. She is planning to stay in US so I can apply for her green card. Based on the USCIS processing times it takes 32 months to get I-130 approved, and 22.5 months to get I-485 approved. I was wondering when she will be able to get a employment... Read more »
My father and brother are both Christians and fled Iran as my father was sentenced for years in prison because of Christianity. They both live in Turkey by touristic visas. My father takes care of my brother. My brother isn’t able to manage his life. As a U.S citizen, Can I apply for green cards... Read more »
As a US Citizen, you could sponsor Dad for his green card as your immediate relative. His processing time would be about a year to two. You can sponsor your brother but that processing speed would take about 12 years. Your brother can’t travel on a derivative visa based on Dads case. Your...Read more »
Hello, I am a us citizen and I want to marry a girl in india but she is going through a divorce and also have a 4 year old daughter, so I wanted to know how will I be able to get her and her daughter to the states? I know I will have to wait until her divorce is finalized in india but what process... Read more »
Upon issuance of the divorce decree and marriage, you can then file the FORM I-130 with USCIS on behalf of your spouse and her daughter. After approval of the relative petitions by USCIS, the cases will be transferred to the National Visa Center (NVC) where you and your spouse will present...Read more »
Texas has no inheritance tax and is highly unlikely to adopt one.
Our federal government has vacillated between having no estate tax to imposing an estate tax with an exemption. This is not imposed on an asset by asset basis, but rather on the amount of your entire estate.
My 17 year old son runaway a lot of times and he attempted to poison the whole family. I drop him off in the bus station going to Georgia and he met a Pastor and 2 female in the bus. Since his a professional liar that’s how his been addressed by all the cops in our County he was able to... Read more »
I'm currently in the US (holding a B1 Visa) and I just learned about that petition and the approval. I have Venezuelan & Canadian citizenships, but I'm now interested in the Green Card because I'm running a business in US.
So, do you think that I can just apply for the... Read more »
I am currently a H1B visa holder. My company has offices in Texas and Mexico, and I am asked to travel back and forth the border every day. Is there any law preventing me from doing so? And will this effect my status in any way? Thanks in advance
I'm a US citizen, and I filed the form I130 to bring my parents, my issue is that I have younger siblings (10 years old) and I don't know if she can immigrate with them at the same time as she can't stay by herself, I do have other siblings younger than 21 but they are in college... Read more »
The minor children, your siblings, must be petitioned individually, as fourth preference beneficiaries. The children are not derivative. The children may be petitioned by their parents in the second preference category. However, that can take quite a while.
I can apply for citizenship, but I want to go back to sell some properties get the money and bring it back and then file for citizenship. Is there anything that’s calling extension on an expired green card?
If you want to travel outside of the United States, you need a valid, unexpired passport. Additionally, it is best to have proof your permanent residency. So, you should file Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card. After filing, you will likely receive a receipt notice or a...Read more »
He would need to have the means to re-immigrate to the United States and apply for an immigrant visa to return. However, depending on what type of “trouble” he had, he might not be eligible for the visa. You should discuss his case with an immigration attorney to determine if he has a...Read more »
Assuming she had a 10-year permanent green card (and not a 2-year conditional green card) she remains a lawful permanent resident even if her green card is expired. Assuming she has no underlying issues, she can file to renew her expired green card by filing Form I-90 with USCIS. Even with an...Read more »
I have a greencard for 10 years i got the greencard thru my first marriage and I'm divorced now and I'm still a permeanant resident can I remarry a foreign spouse is there something called 5 year rule that restricts marriage or its just I need to wait 5 years before sponsering my new... Read more »
There is no such thing as a "five year rule" to marry another person as you wish. However, you need to naturalize to become a USC in order to petition for your foreign national spouse, provided you marry that person.
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