Kelli Y Allen's answer 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.
Kelli Y Allen's answer 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 than once, whether he was ordered removed or left voluntarily. It is a somewhat lengthy and complicated process so she will absolutely need legal assistance.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer Your wife has conditional residence. She (and you) will need to file to have conditions removed within the 90-day period preceding the expiration of her current green card. She cannot skip this part.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer 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.
Thomas C Gallagher's answer 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.
As a criminal defense lawyer, I do my best to study and be aware of immigration law issues my clients might face. I regularly represent non-citizen in criminal defense cases. Once a person has been charged with a crime,that becomes a...
Jonathan Matthew Holson's answer That is all dependent upon his criminal history. I have represented many clients who were undocumented who were released without bail. However, he could continue to remain in custody if there is an immigration hold that prohibits his release.
Jonathan Matthew Holson's answer The interference with a 911 call is a gross misdemeanor offense. He will need an attorney on that and likely will need an attorney to handle the immigration issue as well. He should not handle these on his own.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer There is some liability for an attorney to even review forms they’ve not completed; if something goes wrong, they could be held liable. It is thus unlikely that anyone would be willing to review them for free. You might try a non-profit agency that works with refugees and immigrants.
Carl Shusterman's answer The I-193 is an application for waiver of passport and/or visa. It is to be used by a person who is a legal resident of the United States, to re-enter the United States without the person's passport and/or visa.
If your mother is not currently in the US, you can file an I-130 on her behalf, but she can not file an I-485 from abroad.
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