Kyndra Mulder's answer In general the mother of a USC is an immediate relative and a visa is immediately available to her. She can adjust inside the USA. One word of caution is that she will need to be prepared to demon state that she entered the USA with a non immigrant visa and did not intend to immigrate. If she had immigration intentions when she entered the USA on a non immigrant visa she can be charges with misrepresentation or visa fraud.
Kelli Y Allen's answer Possibly, yes. The specific facts make all the difference in determining the exact process that would apply to your case. You would need to have a full consultation with an immigration attorney to get a fully analysis.
Kelli Y Allen's answer It sounds like you have two distinct issues. From an immigration perspective, assuming you are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident you can file an immigrant visa petition for each of them. As long as all visa/admissibility requirements are met, visas can be approved. However, for her son to use his visa, he must have a passport which will require consent of the father. If he does not agree, your wife will probably need to hire a family law attorney in Mexico to deal with that issue. In...
Ms Grace I Gardiner's answer If you received your greencard through marriage you can start applying for citizenship ninty days before you had the green card for three years. Show that if you have had continuous legal residency for 18 months must have been physically present in your state for three months and be a person of good moral character
If you have received it any other way it’s ninty days before you fifth year show that you have had continuous residency for 30 months, been physically present for 3 month...
Hector E. Quiroga's answer She can try to get any of a number of nonimmigrant employment visas, including the TN. Her first step is to establish a relationship with an employer who would like to hire her.
Richard Sternberg's answer If you are emigrating to Poland, you need to consult with and follow the advice of a Polish immigration lawyer. Lawyers licensed in the U.S. only are not qualified to answer, and it is ethically questionable to communicate with a represented client. If you doubt the advice of your Polish immigration lawyer, you should seek a second opinion from another Polish immigration lawyer.
Andrew L. Bennett's answer That is a complicated area of law, the person needs to consult with an immigration attorney. An OWI is considered a crime of moral turpitude and could have deportation consequences.
In order for immigrants to be able to work legally in the United States, they should have a valid work permit card also known as an EAD card. Some college students will get an EAD card at the end of their course, you will not have any issues hiring that student to work for you if he/she has a valid work permit that will remain valid throughout the duration of the job. Alternatively, you can also sponsor an employment visa for that student but it has strict requirements. Consult...
Hector E. Quiroga's answer A visa denial, in and of itself, would have no bearing on your fiancé’s K1 visa approval. It is a question of why it was denied. It is very possible that it was denied because he admitted that he was going to see his fiancé(e) in the U. S., which is not the proper use of a tourist visa. You do not say if you have filed the K1 visa already, but if you had, that likely had some bearing on the decision.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer It sounds like your case will be approved; you have written evidence of it from a USCIS officer. If you’ve not received your green card within 60 days of the interview, you can contact USCIS for an update.
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