Been in H1B with green card priority date:Apr 2010. Had to leave job 1st week of June for personal reasons. Applying for jobs and taking interviews right now. My question is will I be able to transfer from previous job to new one when I get one in next week or should they apply a new one in the 60... Read more »
Check with the requirements for ES on the NVC website and on the ES website. Some countries allow you to give power of attorney to someone or an attorney in ES. The requirements of the NVC have recently changed for various countries.
I suggest you consult with a experienced immigration attorney who will determine whether you qualify for any visa. Do not overstay your visas. An overstay will make it very difficult to receive new visa or extend your current visa.
If you are a US citizen you can apply for her but the approval process might take a while depending on which country your mother is from. I suggest talking to an immigration attorney to get some help and guidance regarding this matter. Many immigration attorneys including me offer free...Read more »
It depends on how he entered the country. There are ways to do it where he does not have to leave the country. It all depends on the attorney. Many immigration attorneys including me offer free consultations, make use of the consultations and talk to an attorney soon. All the best.
You may still be able to apply under the previous category if your CSPA adjusted age is under 21. To calculate that age more information is needed, so please contact an immigration attorney in private to help you with this process. All the best.
I got denied citizenship for lack of good moral character, I had a charge back in 2009 for theft at Walmart. I was 18 back then when i committed the crime but I successfully completed my diversion and have not been in trouble ever since. When I filled for naturalization I forgot to mention on the... Read more »
It depends on what kind of investigation is going on. In most situations criminal investigations will not prevent you for applying for your fiance but in some cases they do. So talk to an immigration attorney in private tell them what investigation is going on. All the best.
Jan 01 2014 ,I hadn't renew because after husband lost job everything went downhill we are now getting on our feet and would like to know if I could get deported or if I could still renew even if it was to take longer we have been together ever since 2009 have a daughter Is there still a chance I... Read more »
I have never left the US, only have 1 misdemeanor when i was 16 for petty theft and its all cleared up now. I am 19 and he is 20. He has been in the military (national gaurd) for 3 years and almost has his Srgt.
When you say "supervised deportation" does this just mean your husband was deported? or, did he "voluntarily depart"? if he was deported, he may have to wait ten years to come back, but you may be able to apply for a waiver of this. I would need to verify with further research. I would consult...Read more »
I would need more specific information such as what was the actual charge as filed by the State Attorney. While the State Attorney may offer him a plea that includes no jail or probation, a withhold of adjudication is a conviction under immigration law. For immigration purposes, it will not matter...Read more »
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