I received my green card in 2005 and exited the United States in 2007 while having a re entry permit that would let me be a permanent resident till 2009 if i returned to the US. Unfortunately I could not return as I was a minor and the decision was because of my parents. I know that for an... View More
If you did not qualify for the SB-1 visa and you were given a student visa, you would have to re-apply for a green card from the beginning. Unfortunately, there is no way to reinstate a green card before a judge in your situation.
My driving license expires in February and my employment is Truck driver. Back in 2014 when my conditional green card was ungraded to full ten year I never actually received that card and when I enquired about its whereabouts I was told the card was no longer traceable. So in February of this year... View More
You are an LPR. You need to apply for a replacement card. You will need a current card when it comes time to attend an interview for your NATZ. Once you file for the replacement call the 1 800 number to schedule an info pass at your local USCIS. Take the receipt and other proof that you are an LPR...View More
My husband and I were discussing him coming to visit me during this pandemic (for personal health reasons), but I'm not sure if it's entirely possible. He's a foreign national (German) who resides in Germany. I know with the travel ban against the Schengen Area, he would generally be... View More
Check with your state's DMV. Ask if they need a Social Security Number, and any other requirements. If you go in person to the DMV, wait until you have your I-589 asylum application receipt notice. (Scan the original and email it to yourself so you have it in the cloud, make a copy and...View More
There's a little disharmony in paradise. Wife wishes to remain in USA (being only a US citizen) and is a stay-home Mom; she has not been employed in over 15 years. I am the sole income. I and all kids wish to move back to England. Kids were born in USA but are all naturalized as UK citizens... View More
You both have equal rights to the children; so the children may move to the UK with you, but she can also submit a court action to have them returned if she disagrees. Talk to an attorney in the jurisdiction where your family lives to discuss your options.
"Good cause is defined as a reasonable excuse for being unable to appear for an asylum interview. What may be a reasonable excuse for one applicant may not be reasonable when looking at the circumstances of another applicant. In reviewing whether there is good cause for your failure to appear...View More
I am interested to know if we should tell the truth about how we met, or if we should say that we met on a video game (somewhat valid since we played a MMORPG together for two years) or forum community.
I was also a male model at the time, but in the United States of America it is legal,... View More
Do I need to get a new I-94 after I renew my passport?
I am on an H4. My I-94 is about to expire as the I-94 validity was shorter than H4 visa as my passport was about to expire. Now that I have renewed my passport, do I need to apply for a new I-94? After my last entry, My husband I-797... View More
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...View 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?... View 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.
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