The person came into the country 60 years ago, thinking that their middle name was their first name. All of the documentation they have in America is under their middle name, including their social security card. Now they are having issues getting a state id, and new SS card, because the birth... Read more »
I am not sure that you can go back and change a name on a birth certificate, but the person could certainly file in the court where they live for a name change. Once they have the legal name change then they shouldn't have a problem with getting state ID or social security. After they get the...Read more »
I started working in USA as a manager from January 2017 (on L2B -EAD) and before that I was working in India with the same employer (subsidiary) since 2014 until I moved to US in oct 2016). I applied for EAD after I moved and it was approved on dec 28th 2016 and joined US parent company immediately... Read more »
Do not even think of doing this on your own. That is not a good way to do anything. Immigration is an extremely complex and technical area of law. This is not merely a matter of filling out forms. What you do not know can have grave consequences and even prevent you from obtaining immigration...Read more »
I am in USA on H4 visa with EAD which will expire next month. While on EAD I self published a book on amazon for which I earn royalty. Do I need to extend my EAD to continue earning Royalties on my book. Can it be considered a passive income which I can earn being on... Read more »
Are you trying to petition them on a fiance visa? If so, the requirements are quite a bit different than that. There is no such $10,000 requirement and often such requests are earmark of a visitor visa scam. The US Embassy in Philippines is unique in its financial requirements for immigrant based...Read more »
I married my husband (us citizen) in Jan 2015. got my first GC in dec 2015. filled for the second GC in Nov 2017. got the first letter for 1 year extension. after got another one for 18 month. will be expired end of jun 2019. we separated in Nov 2018 and I changed the state. we are... Read more »
You really need to retain one of the few attorneys that practice both immigration and matrimonial law. Your question requires an in person consultation to obtain meaningful answers. Immigration is an extremely complex and technical area of law. This is not merely a matter of filling out forms. What...Read more »
There is an insufficient factual basis to answer your questions and address your concerns. Immigration is an extremely complex and technical area of law. This is not merely a matter of filling out forms. What you do not know can have grave consequences and even prevent you from obtaining...Read more »
If petition is pending and visa bulletin is current, Wht is the option, if someone is outside not in the USA, can lawyer help any option or just wait for approval, Bcz uscis processing time is slow and visa bulletin moving fast
There is a great deal more to immigration than simply filing out forms, especially with immigration law changing almost daily. Immigration is an extremely complex and technical area of law. This is not merely a matter of filling out forms. What you do not know can have grave consequences and even...Read more »
She will be done with her program in August. She does not qualify for the 2 year residency so she is good to stay. Should we get married before her Au Pair Program ends so we can get ahead with all the paper filling or should we wait until she finishes her program?
Adjusting status on anything other than a K1 fiance visa is a complex process. There are several forms and supporting evidence which must be submitted perfectly to be successful. You should contact an experienced immigration attorney for assistance.
While no one can say with absolute certainty, since these are crimes of moral turpitude the chances of deportation are very high. The only realistic chance he has, if you want to and are able to help him is to retain an experienced immigration attorney. You should bring all documentation pertaining...Read more »
I am willing to file b2 extension with consequent COS to F1. Currently I am married to GC holder, willing to file for divorce. I am here in USA and willing to study...I have unfinished MBA. I dont want my marriage influence my life any longer
Hello I am us citizen through naturalization living in india since 5 years .. my wife is indian citizen and my kids become indian citizen because i was short of few days for us stay while they born in india ... I would like to get my children us citizenship so what can be procedure?
Your situation is far too complex and fact specific to be answered in an online forum. Immigration is an extremely complex and technical area of law. This is not merely a matter of filling out forms. What you do not know can have grave consequences and even prevent you from obtaining immigration...Read more »
My child is a Canadian, still resides in the US, i obtained the gc less than 4 years ago thru My ex wife who passed away just recently she applied from within the US while my child lived with her without status and he had been issued a deportation letter, hes only 8. My ex wifes sister is a... Read more »
The order of removal (deportation) complicates things considerably. This situation needs to be fully analyzed by an experienced immigration attorney after a review of all the records. That is the only way to properly advise you with this complicated a case.
i have been living with my boyfriend for 1.5 years, we both work on wall street. we are getting married in March, simple court wedding nothing more(saving for a house). when should i file for green card through marriage? i am current on my first round of H1-B visa.
I submitted my I-751 application for ROC from my Green Card application last March. My 2 year GC expired May 2018 and have been granted 18 months extension - Dec 2019. I heard I could begin my naturalization process/apply for citizenship 3 years after my GC was issued, that would be in May 2019. Is... Read more »
You may actually apply for naturalization as early as February 2019, thanks to a "hidden" 90-day provision ... as long as you have been resident in the same city/county for 90 days leading up to your filing date. And stay there another 90 days, I believe that may be the rule.
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