I've been having trouble with her for a while. My documents went missing for at least 2 weeks from where my father and I usually put them. My father ask my stepmother if she knows anything about it and she said no but sent him looking directly where they were in her room. My passport and social... Read more »
I am a Bangladeshi citizen and PR of Canada for two years. I am working in Canadian branch of an IT company from USA. I have an approved I-130 as of October '19 with a time limit of 1 year in Bangladeshi US consulate. I will apply in 5 months for the immigrant visa for USA.
The fact that you have the F4 petition pending will be one of the factors that the Department of State will consider in determining if you are eligible for the visa. Make sure that you provide plenty of evidence that you plan to return to Canada at the end of a temporary stay in the US.
I have a part time job where an undocumented employee got injured on the job and the employer is asking him to fill out an I-9 verification form so that he can pay the medical bills. By the looks of things it seems like my boss is trying to get rid of him and not actually pay for the medical bills,... Read more »
Both your boss and the undocumented worked are in violation of Federal law. It is unwise to post anything further about this in a public forum monitored by law enforcement. There is no attorney-client privilege online and this situation is far beyond the scope of this forum.
I myself at 27 am not financially stable, live with my mom, I am going back to school and do not have a job however my mom and friend would consign as sponsor(s). I read that latest tax returns are a document that would be looked at however my job history i have typically not made enough to file... Read more »
Eventually, you will need to complete Form I-864 Affidavit of Support. If your income doesnt meet the threshold, you can include a co-sponsor who will have to show the necessary minimum income by way of tax documents/w2's etc.
If a person meets all the requirements for Automatic Visa Re-validation and travels to a country it applies to, is it 100% guaranteed that they will be able to re-enter the US? I know immigration is a tough/sticky topic right now. CBP can detain anyone they seem suspicious right? I want to travel... Read more »
This is not going to be something that you can handle on your own. You really need to retain an experienced immigration attorney to represent you in this matter. Immigration law is far more complex and nuanced then just filing out forms. Immigration law is changing almost daily and you are...Read more »
It isn’t that easy. Much more information is needed. The USCIS and State Department must disqualify those who lack the proper employer and credentials. The buy American, employ Americans program has a significant impact upon discretion.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent...Read more »
I am a US citizen and want to bring my boyfriend from the Dominican Republic but he has a tourist visa! Is it better if he comes and we get married here or get married in the Dominican Republic and apply for his visa ?
I filed I-130 for my mom after she came to me on her tourist visa. But I did not file I-485. After her I-130 was approved in 9 months, she had to leave the US in September 2017 to continue the process of green card in Ukraine at the embassy. At JFK airport she did not get any stamp in her passport... Read more »
More specific information and an in person consultation and document review are critical to obtaining enough information to provide you with meaningful advice. 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...Read more »
More information is needed. A child must have been admitted as a lawful permanent resident, among other grounds in order to claim "derivative citizenship." It may be a "certificate of citizenship," not necessarily a "certificate of naturalization." Each require different applications.
a person A is currently in the US on a J1 visa. a person B is currently in the US undocumented after overstaying their Q1 visa. If A and B get married, can B apply for a J2 visa without leaving the US and do they have good chances of approval?
I have been married for a year and some change now and have not consummated my marriage. I already filed an 1-130, but do not want to continue the process. Is there anyway that I could get an annulment? Will i still be financially responsible if I get a divorce instead of an annulment?
Thank you for your question. I'm sorry that your marriage is ending. There is no time limit wherein an annulment must be filed. You can file for an annulment at any time during the marriage. As such, you are free to certainly do so if the relevant factors are present. Fraud is one such factor. With...Read more »
My husband file a I-797c last year in October. Now he is in ICE detained center. Two days ago we got a letter from home and security saying they reviewed and accepted his application and yesterday they sent another notice giving him a date for his biometrics. Today his immigration lawyer calls me... Read more »
I’m a green card holder and can apply for citizenship in 2 years. My mom currently lives with my sister abroad. My sister will come here or go to Canada for college on an F1 visa. I want my mom to be able to move here too as she has no one else left in that country. If my sister studies here, can... Read more »
It is a complicated process. First, you can’t petition for your mom until you are a citizen. Your mom can try to come as a tourist, but the amount of time she will be allowed to stay is limited, and the government will likely be suspicious that she will overstay and apply for a green card once...Read more »
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 »
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