I am sure you don't just need to know if you can "file", but whether you would be eligible to change your status should your filing be approved. You can file anything with USCIS but whether your filing will get you the result you want is what should matter to you.
On Form I-29, the section asking for information about your parents is intended to gather details about your biological or legal parents. Since your biological mother is deceased, you should include her information in this section. It's important to provide accurate and truthful information...View More
He lives in the UK (Northern Ireland) now, the wedding would likely be there next summer. I’m from the US and would be halfway through my Masters program (only one year left until it’s finished). After I finish my degree we would move to the UK.
That is best answered at an appointment with competent and experienced immigration attorneys. There are two sets of laws, one U.K. immigration law and the other U.S. immigration law. Most nations require conditional/permanent resident/landed immigrant status before you can seek citizenship by...View More
Without knowing the specifics of the case it is not very easy to tell you what document might increase your chances. Do you have an attorney? if not this is the time to get one, or just consult with one and explain your situation and find out if there is a way to improve the chances of approval....View More
We go married in West Virginia and have legal marriage status in America. But after getting married we have not lived in America. We live abroad and she has never lived in America. Now we are planning to move to America and are unsure of what we need to do. I need to get a job and sponsor her,... View More
Seek for opinions from an experienced immigration attorney. Good luck. www.aba-us.com
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