Unless the two of you are married, or have an existing court order, you are the only one with rights to the child; he can't take the child anywhere. Furthermore, it does depend a little upon the conditions of his release, but typically, if he has been released on bond, he won't be able...Read more »
I am on an F1 visa. I'll be done with a rule 212(e) from a prior J1 visa in December 2018. If my LPR spouse files I-130 in January (she'll be eligible to naturalize in April 2020, one month before I graduate), do you think I'd be able to use Table B to get an EAD before I graduate?... Read more »
If you are asking about getting a stamping after the H4 is approved, then yes it is okay to travel outside the US. But if you plan on traveling outside while it is still pending, it is not recommended.
She has traveled here twice since last July on a tourist visa and I have went there once. She is pregnant and due in September. We are wanting to get married in USA in July then she will travel back to Australia, she's currently there now, then in Oct we both come back here to USA. She is... Read more »
That is a complicated question. A tourist is coming to the US for a short, temporary time period, but getting married when one is in the US as a tourist suggests that the person is going to do just the opposite. If she states to an immigration officer that she is going to marry a US citizen once...Read more »
I was in F2 status. Now i had applied I-129R with USCIS. And got approval notice from them. And what is the next procedure? Do i need to apply for visa interview for stamping the visa in passport. I am in USA itself. With this approval notice can i renew my Texas Driving license and apply SSN? OR... Read more »
It sounds like you changed your status, since you did it within the US. You should have gotten a document containing an I-94 that shows your new status. You do not need to leave the US to get a visa. If you do leave the US, you will not be able to come back unless you get a visa to do so.
My F1 visa was terminated in September because I stopped going to school as i had financial issues. I was illegal for a while and was planning on leaving the country but I got arrested for some felonies in November and was in jail for 2 months. One of my case was dismissed but for the other one my... Read more »
If you leave the U.S. before resolving the charges, the court may forfeit your bail and issue a warrant for your arrest - which could complicate things for you in the future if you want to come back to the U.S. You should consult with your criminal attorney and an immigration attorney to avoid...Read more »
It depends on your current status in the U.S. If you have valid U.S. status and a clear U.S. immigration history, short visits abroad should not affect your ability to return. If you have particular concerns, you should consult with an immigration attorney.
The green card interview will focus on who an applicant is, as a person. This takes into account any criminal activity, community involvement and their ability to contribute to society. Specific to your arrest, it depends on many factors, including what you...Read more »
I am intending to apply for naturalization in. the upcoming weeks. I found that I failed to update my address in the 10 days window multiple times. please advise regarding the timing of application submission? thanks
I was granted a Tvisa on August 16, 2016 (valid up to August 15, 2020) has an option for adjustment on August 2019. It has also an option for adjustment for green card if an Attorney General can certify that the case is close. Based on information available the Trafficker has been prosecuted and... Read more »
Each law enforcement agency has different policies about how to go about requesting these letters. I would recommend calling the AG's office to ask what information they would like in order to write the letter, or contacting an experienced immigration lawyer who can guide you through the...Read more »
The answer to your question depends on whether her son is a minor or over 21. It also depends on whether her son is married or single. You might look into whether your fiance's mother is eligible for citizenship in order to help her son.
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