They denied her application and send her to court for removal or approval so now we are married and have one child together and I’m à Us citizen, what can we do to adjust her status and avoid the court date because it will be In August next year ..
My J-1 visa is via Au Pair program and it expires April 2023, if I apply for a change of status now with an I-20 for Fall 2023 admission, will I be considered out of status between April and September?
PS: My J1 Visa states that, I’m not subject to the 2 years home return rule.
Google maps timeline shows me departing 57min after arrival. Obviously it was a mistake by the officer. I wonder what's worse for future visa applications - the parking fine, or whatever records result from contesting and going to court. (In Montgomery County MD contested parking tickets go to... Read more »
Municipal parking infractions do not impact visa or immigration determinations, unless perhaps if you do not pay the fine; however, anyone can challenge a parking ticket by requesting a trial. Paying it, however, will not impact your status or approval of any future application.
Whether your boyfriend is eligible for a green card will depend on his immigration and criminal history. In order for you to be able to petition for him, you would first need to marry him (or he would have to qualify for a fiancé visa). However, if he has another means of immigrating, for...Read more »
I've been in the US on vacation with aB-1 visa for 2.5 months now and with encouragement of my sis decides to study for my masters degree. Do I have to return to my home country or can I complete the process while remaining in the states?
You can change your status from from B-1 to F-1 status without having to leave the US. You will need to get acceptance into a University or College. If you change status while being in the US and decide to leave the US at some point (for instance visit your family), to come back to the US you will...Read more »
I recently got the notice from NVC that my wife is documentarily qualified and that her case is being forwarded for interview scheduling. However, I had to add/replace documents on each of the three children. Will this delay the scheduling of my wife's appointment?
Would her saving account with about $2000 be enough (as assets) to meet the requirements? Also, how far back does the bank statement need to cover? Does she need to include her checking account statement too??
The minimum income for a household of 3 is $28,787. It would recommend that you do a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to discuss your options regarding income/sponsor requirements. Best wishes!
We were planning to ask his mother to be a joint sponsor, she lives with us. Now, trying to figure out if she meets financial requirements- she is a widow and have no one depending on her, so her income needs to be a minimum for a one household member. Is that right? The fact we live together... Read more »
Item 7 of Part 5 on page 4 of form I-864 gives you the option of including certain other non-dependent relatives who are living in your residence as part of your household size. Such relatives may include your mother, father, sister, brother or adult children, if they are living in your residence....Read more »
My wife and I dated back home, and she moved to the US. We later got married, and I joined her in the US in 2018. We have two daughters together. Marriage has been a lot of arguments. Threw me out some times, but I refused to leave. She left house with the baby and wants a divorce. She even left me... Read more »
You should still go to the appointment. She may or may not attend. If she does not or if she comes and says she does not want to go forward, then the petition is dead. If that unfortunately happens you will need to explore other options. Those options might need you to talk to a lawyer.
There is no waiting period. You will have to prove that you have been accepted as a student at an educational institution and that you will be able to finance your education in the USA as well as finance all other expenses that will be incurred while living as a student. International students are...Read more »
I blew 0.10 on the road side and the officer told me to do not blew at the police station, then I didn’t blew, today I got my license suspended for 270 days. The saddest thing is my asylum case is pending and my final hearing is in couple of months. Please I’ll like to know if this will affect... Read more »
Generally speaking criminal law issues do impact impact immigration cases. You will want to get the paper details of the case as well as the disposition from the court. The disposition is what the court ordered. It should have the court's original seal on it. You will need those documents. if...Read more »
I have a job offer from a UK university and I'm staying in the US (waiting for my green card) and I have my OPT EAD card with me (12 months), can the UK employer hire me remotely? My former university DSO has said that they will authorize it since my work in the UK is strongly related to my... Read more »
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