I had left my 3 year old son alone in car with AC on, a tablet to play with but I had the key inside and driver's side unlocked. I went for about 10 minutes. Some people saw him, called the cops and brought him out of the car. I came out and saw him with them. It really was stupid of me. I... Read more »
If you entered the USA legally, then your US citizen spouse can sponsor you for a green card. There are numerous forms and documents that you need to file and the process takes about 13 months to complete. I suggest you work with an attorney. Counsel in any state can represent you both.
About a year ago, I started to become suspicious that I was being used for a green card. I thought my suspicions were ridiculous, and so I ignored them. Then, a day after receiving the green card, my spouse dumped me. What should I do?
Edit: My spouse just received the green card with the... Read more »
The absess was staph and another worker had staph there. I was hospitalized for a week and was bed ridden for 6 weeks. In addition I am also an undocumented immigrant from Canada. I moved to the USA on a 3 year work visa and overstayed 10 years ago. I've resided In USA for 13 years. I lost... Read more »
I think you mean that you were bitten 23 Nov 2019, not 2020. Did you have pasturella or staph? Go get a certified copy of your medical records and bill and hire a personal injury lawyer no later than 23 Oct 2020.
I got my I-140 approved for an EB-1A and I'm filing I-485 and I-944 for me and my relatives. Can I select ''Yes'' when answering the question ''Do you have an approved Form I-140 as an alien worker?'' on my relatives' I-944? I know I must say Yes... Read more »
The USCIS accepts all completed applications. It is up to the applicant to decide whether to apply. The applicant should know the law before they file for citizenship by naturalization. The USCIS charges for the time to research and review the applicant's qualifications.
friends say we are wasting our time and if we get married louisiana will not approve our marriage licsense. they say we will have to get married in texas. we have all documents required and translated into english as required. is this true? if so what can do?
If your husband is lawfully present in the U.S., then he should be allowed to marry you. Ignore your friends. Check with Parish Officials and the internet for the required documentation. If you are confused, schedule an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before...Read more »
If you petitioned your fiancé, he was admitted into the U.S., and you marry each other within 90 days, then he can file for adjustment of status. You will need to make sure that you present all required and needed documents and forms, as well. If you are confused, or more evidence is required,...Read more »
I applied for to replace my I-94 I lost a few years ago because I'm adjusting my status. They recently mailed me a letter saying I need a police report. It wasn't stolen I lost it, do i need to get a police report to prove it was lost?
I am about to fill in N400 to apply for citizenship. There is a question (question 23) to ask if i have ever been cited by law enforcement by any reason. I have nothing except some speeding tickets. Research on internet shows me that I need to answer "YES" and disclose all my... Read more »
I suggest you keep googling for TX and LA DMV record info. You may need to have official DMV records on the speeding violations, for your natz interview. Go ahead and complete the form -- and note that YES, you were CITED and you were CHARGED and your were CONVICTED of a CRIME ... even though...Read more »
I am a college student out in the US on an F1 visa, I've never been in trouble with the police before now although I have a pending court case regarding possession of marijuana charge in the state of Iowa (I was caught with a few grams whilst driving through) although I have plead not guilty... Read more »
The pending case in enough for the government to revoke your visa. That in and of itself should not impact you—a visa only allows you to enter another country—unless you leave the US for any reason. Then you would need to apply for another visa to come back.
my uncle is in Louisiana and he got in to a fight with a policeman so the judge gave him 3 months in jail and 2 years of public service under control but my uncle did not admit to the crime he was afraid that they will send him back to his country since he is not an American citizen yet so what do... Read more »
He should schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney and show him/her his record of conviction. The attorney can advise him as to whether the conviction renders him deportable from the US, and if any relief is available to him.
My friend is self employed, and in fact pays -me-, we're trying to get him immigrated here since most of the team is US based. He pays himself 3k a month from our crowdsourced funds. Can anybody explain whether or not he'd be paying israeli taxes if he was living here for the duration of... Read more »
My parents have entered the country under a B-2 Visa. They are hoping to apply for an EB-4 Minister visa (they are pastors) while they are in the U.S. under tourist status. Is this possible/legal? Do EB-4 Minister visas take a long time to be approved? And what are the requisites for them to be... Read more »
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