My husband is a u.s citizen. I came to the u.s in may on my b2 visa given 6 mnths which expires in November. I decided to stay and we decided to do adjustment of status which was sent to Chicago IL uscis, i received the reciept notice with contains a priority date of august 29 2018 same as on my... Read more »
The adjustment of status allows you to lawfully remain and process in the United States. If you leave while the adjustment is pending, you can be banned for ten years from returning to the U.S., because to do so is considered abandonment and this eliminates any lawful presence that you may have...Read more »
Retain counsel to handle the case from A to Z. After a Notice of appearance is filed by your counsel, the case can be processed competently and without delays etc. . Some of us charge very affordable flat fees.
hi. i have arrested for dui and my case still on court . i didn't pledge guilty yet coz my lawyer said if i agree for conditional discharge then my charges will be reduce to dui to DWAI (which is not crime , traffic violation ). right now i am waiting for my hearing and also doing scram... Read more »
I was notified that my marriage-based green card interview has been scheduled next month. I have an open criminal case with an accepted repleader deal: “harassment” violation to be reduced to “disorderly conduct” in early 2020. There was originally an assault misdemeanor but this was... Read more »
You have no chance of being approved for a Green Card under these facts. You really need to retain an experienced criminal and immigration attorney immediately or face deportation and possibly incarceration.
The form N-400 instructions are poorly drafted. Yes, an applicant is obligated to disclose all organizations. Some may be perceived as falling within categories that 'may' support qualification and/or disqualification. Two memberships listed seem to suggest an interest in maintaining good moral...Read more »
My h1 b was approved in Oct 2017 while working for Employer A. I left Employer A in July 2018 & started working on Receipt after an RFE I saw today my i-129 was denied, which will be send in mail in 15 days.. how long can I stay in the US? Is denial appeal worth it and should I stay until then?can... Read more »
How soon after you entered the country did you get married? This is very important. If you married within a very short time of entry (usually within 90 days of entry), USCIS will presume that you entered the country for the purpose of getting married and not to visit. There are ways to rebut that...Read more »
You are not applying for citizenship; a green card only grants permanent residency. While theft is considered a "crime of moral turpitude", which usually is a deal breaker, there are exceptions and other points to reveal to INS that can mitigate the situation and help you get that green card. But...Read more »
While it will not prevent you from applying for a green card, it is a crime of moral turpitude and will make everything much harder. You must act fast to retain the best immigration attorney you can afford. In view of Trump's unpredictability on immigration and immigrants, the sooner you can obtain...Read more »
I currently have a pending I-485 petition (EB2), with a current priority date. In 2009 and 2012, I applied for F-1 visa and in both cases, I got administrative processing for my "common name", which took a year both in 2009 and 2012. I was told that these were "FBI namechecks".... Read more »
There is an insufficient factual basis to answer your question and address your concerns. Your situation is best handled by an in person consultation with an experienced immigration attorney. Do not let geographic factors get in the way of retaining the best possible attorney.
I am us citizen and my parents in law are coming to help us with the baby and we would like them to stay as long as six months. s it possible to extend their stay here in the USA once they are already here or do they have to leave and come back, and if so, for how long? can they go to Canada for a... Read more »
Unfortunately, you cannot extend your stay when you enter through ESTA Waiver program. You would have to leave and make a new entry. It does not matter what country they go to, but leaving for a day or two or even a week and then attempting to return might be seen as visa abuse or as...Read more »
I have been living here for the last 4 years and now i will get a green card in 5 months. I want to stay in my country for at least one year. So whats process of re entry permit? It does affect on green card
This depends on your background - your work history, your education outside of the U.S., any recognition you may have received for your work or area of expertise, whether you have a job offer, what that job offer is and a number of other factors. For a visa or green card is not always necessary to...Read more »
If you accept payment from him, he may claim that you blackmailed him, which is also a Federal crime. He may also claim that he is bisexual. You can’t prove that the child is his without filing for child support, which you should do.
You can report a crime in progress, but if you lack...Read more »
If my last years taxable income doesn’t equal the $21,000 for spousal support but I didn’t include any gifts in my taxes because I didn’t know you are supposed to file them and with the family gifts My income would total that, can I use that as part of my total to prove I can support them or... Read more »
I am an international student from Bangladesh staying in the USA with F1 visa from September 2015. My I-20 ended May 19 2019 but i failed to finish all courses for graduation and could not file for I20 extension because of financial difficulties. Currently I am in my 3 month stay... Read more »
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