Am clinton and nam from cameroon. am an arriving alien who was registered at ARIZONA. presently i've ben granted parole having an i-94 form with no employment authorization and recently i filled already for my asylum case here in minnesota and also have a stamped copy of the... Read more »
You can. Intact a qualified immigration attorney or a community organization that is familiar with the asylum process and who can provide you with guidance as to the time to file FORM I-765 to request the EAD. Good luck to you.
My wife of 12yrs has a deportation status but never deported or remove because her county is not willing to take people back yet (Vietnam and she was here as of 1985 and she has the deportation status before we go marry and I am a US Citizen). Is there any way we could get her status back? Any form... Read more »
This is a complex question. Certainly not the kind of question to be answered off the cuff on a site like this. I suggest you and your wife consult with an immigration lawyer to learn all of your options.
I'm a senior in high school and I am currently on a L2 visa until 2022, and I want to study aviation in the US. I was talking to an admissions counselor and she told me "Aviation Pilot is NOT an approved program for those seeking an F-1 visa at this time". Does that mean I can only train for 2... Read more »
First, your U. S. citizen or permanent resident spouse must decide whether to file the petition, but it may be denied as a matter of law, based upon a determination that you entered into a sham marriage.
You’re significantly limited in your options. The denial may have permanent...Read more »
You, as the applicant, have the burden to prove with a preponderance of the evidence that you are not only an active member, but were kidnapped, jailed and tortured. You must also prove to the satisfaction of the USCIS that you are a citizen of that nation. You must prove a number of other facts,...Read more »
Immigration is Federal law. The decision for the court of appeals that covers Minnesota is consistent with other Federal Courts of Appeals. If you are a lawful permanent resident, then possible permanent disqualification from naturalization. You can be referred to immigration court for removal...Read more »
My fiancé and I have plans to travel to Hawaii for our honeymoon. She is not u.s yet but does hold an MN driver license until 2022. Can she just go with the driver's license? Do you think she will run into any issues upon entering Hawaii?
We will be moving in 2020 and are wondering the best route to take for him to enter the country. I do not think he will be granted a visitor's visa, therefore would the best route be a fiance visa or with a spouse visa?
Is the person you're referring to your boyfriend/fiance? If so, you can marry in Colombia and file a spousal visa petition. The process takes about a year and a half, so it that's the route you are going to take, it would make sense to file as soon as possible.
Please recommend that your friend contact an experienced immigration lawyer. She will need to file a spousal visa petition, but the specifics depend upon several factors such as: whether he entered the U.S. with a visa, how long he was here without legal status, whether he entered he U.S. more...Read more »
Hi. I have a asylum case based on religious ground. My religion is banned in my country. Police can arrest me, fine, confiscate belongings and put me in jail for practicing my religion which includes (possessing literature, participating in worship meetings and proselytizing or teaching someone... Read more »
My wife, who is a permanent resident’s 2 year green card expires on February 14, 2019. I’ve heard that when the 2 year green card expires that you have to reapply for the 10 year green card first before you can apply for citizenship. Is that true? Since you have to be married 3 years in order... Read more »
To petition for naturalization they say that I should demonstrate continues residing in the US for three years whennits through marriage. I’ve live in the US since March 2015 on a J1 visa. Got married in January 2016 and applied for green card. Received green card February 2017 and it expires... Read more »
From the time you became an LPR. (green card). You have a conditional green card, so you will need to apply to have the conditions removed no sooner than November 2018 and no later than February 2019. You can apply for citizenship in February 2020.
Hi - I am on my 3rd H1B Ext and up for renewal by end of this year and will be going through premium for my next H1B Ext. I have had this situation in Jan of this year which lead to a (shop lifting) misdemeanor ticket on me and had to attend the court. On the court day my lawyer went to the... Read more »
I see this question was posted under both criminal law and immigration law. I am a criminal defense lawyer. This question is primarily an immigration law question. Hopefully you'll get an answer from and-or consult an immigration law attorney about it.
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