There is nothing you can do directly to get them tourist visas. Usually tourist visas are denied for failure to show non-immigrant intent. This is not something you can overcome on their behalf. Rather, each of them will have to be able to prove sufficient ties to Brazil (ex. family, job,...Read more »
Yes. Stop wasting time asking silly questions here on Justia.
Meantime, study hard, make really good grades, get an undergraduate degree that will be there to fall back on if you flame out, apply to as many law schools as you can afford to, if several schools accept you, select the one...Read more »
More information is needed. Why did they remain outside of the U.S. for over a year?
A lawful permanent resident green card holder is presumed by CBP to abandon their green card status when they do not make their principal residence in the U.S. for more than one year. If there is any...Read more »
My income was qualified to meet the low income so I’m about to apply to the organization to get an approval from the affordable housing program to rent the studio. I’m in the process of getting green card (EB3) and about to apply PERM. Will USCIS be able to track and affect getting a greencard?
It is unlikely that will be an issue, but as I'm sure you know, there has been a lot of discussion from the administration about this sort of issue, so there's no guarantee that things won't change to where this does become a problem. But for right now, it should be okay.
Presumably you were given a notice to appear (NTA) in immigration court. If so, that complicates the process tremendously. You need to seek guidance from an experienced immigration attorney as there are extra requirements for the I-130 filing while in proceedings. Also, if indeed you were...Read more »
There is no specific paper that verifies a relationship. In a spousal petition you must provide evidence that you are legally married (marriage certificate to current spouse and proof that any former marriages have been terminated) and that you have a bona fide relationship. This includes...Read more »
Probably your own country would be best. Unless you have permission to travel to Canada, Mexico, or a Caribbean island. That would depend on your rights as a citizen of your own country, and what kind of visa (if any) that Canada, Mexico, etc. require. Go to the webpage of Canada, Mexico, etc....Read more »
If you were planning on marrying her I suggest she stays and you apply for her green card. If she leaves now she faces a ten year bar and you will have to prove extreme and exceptional hardship to you to overcome her unlawful presence
I suggest you call my office at 8139616119 for further...Read more »
I met my boyfriend 4 years ago while I was taking english class . My daughter was born in the Usa, me and my daughter we lived in my home country .my boyfriend and I want to get marry but we not sure which process is better and faster .
The time frame for either one is about the same, but if you did not pay for the birth of your daughter here in the USA you can or may be denied at the interview. Make sure you have documentation to show proof of payment
As a former Assistant District Attorney in Dorchester District Court,I am very familiar with the ins and outs of convictions. My criminal defense firm, Heard Law Office, is happy to advise you on sealing your conviction and assist with the immigration issues as well.
The marriage in RF is still valid as the divorce did not take place de jure yet. Will this have any implications on my citizenship application in US? Or do I have to get divorced in Russian Federation as well in order to apply? I am legally divorced in US.
You can but you might pull the record, see what sections you were actually under, as that may not be an issue. More to the point depending on when it was you may be able to have it expunged. Finally, depending on what section you are applying for citizenship under may or may not matter.
My wife and I were in a serious relationship since 2010 and we got engaged in the summer of 2016. In October of 2016 she applied for a tourist visa in Morocco to come for a short trip to see her uncle who's a US citizen (he sent her an affidavit of support), and I planned to go see her for few days... Read more »
Fiancee is not an official status under the law so I do not see that as an issue. You may want to review the previous submissions to note any inaccuracies, then consult with a member of AILA who can tell you if any inaccuracies are a problem.
When I say inaccuracy I mean 1)inaccurate at...Read more »
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