Kelli Y Allen's answer You need to have the card correctly. Whether an employer will accept a copy depends on the particular employer. If you can, get the job while you have the original documents to show, then keep a copy and send the EAD back with the application to correct the name. Once you have the new card, use that to get a new SS card.
Kelli Y Allen's answer Your question is unclear. You say that you are a permanent resident but want to know if you can get your green card. You either need to renew or remove the conditions, whichever is applicable to your case. Divorce is relevant only if it's a removal of conditions. Contact an immigration attorney for assistance.
Kelli Y Allen's answer It's likely that this would fall under the petty offense section, but you need to consult with an immigration attorney for a full review of your case. If at all possible, this charge needs to be resolved prior to your interview. USCIS will not approve an application with a pending criminal charge
Kristen Epifania's answer In New York, petit larceny is a misdemeanor that carries a sentence up to one year in jail. If convicted, you will have a semi-permanent criminal record. A petit larceny conviction will, at the very least, remain on your record for ten years, when you will then be able to apply for a sealing if you meet the eligibility requirements. Keep in mind that just because you are arrested for petit larceny, it does not mean that you will be convicted.
Deron Edward Smallcomb's answer If you filed your asylum petition before the expiration date, they generally do not consider the time afterwards as unlawful presence. If you filed after the six months, then you did violate the terms. Either way, you're giving what you believe is an honest answer to the question and it should not result in a denial regardless. This answer was provided with what little information was given and should not be considered legal advice. If you would like legal advice, you should contact an...
Hector E. Quiroga's answer Depending on the circumstances, there could be other options. Do you want to immigrate to the US or do you want to work there temporarily? Your best bet, or that of any potential employer, would be to consult with an immigration attorney.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer You need to retain an experienced immigration law firm, to represent you in this matter. The immigration laws are constantly changing and there are so many factors to consider, beyond what you would believe.
Mistakes cannot always be fixed. 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 benefits. You need to retain an...
Kyndra Mulder's answer I don't know your current status. Do you have a valid visa, an expired visa.... Most likely your status is EXPIRED and/or PENDING. If you have ever used medicaid your adjustment may be denied until you pay the medical bills. You are not entitled to food stamps. This is why, when applying to adjust status you must have a financial sponsor.
Kelli Y Allen's answer If you can navigate the practical issues of getting him to sign immigration petitions and can get his documents (birth certificate, judgments, etc.), there is no statutory prohibition against someone in jail filing an immigration petition. As you mention, you would need a joint sponsor.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer Your question requires a fact sensitive review by an experienced immigration attorney in a personal consultation which is beyond the scope of this 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 benefits. You need to retain an experienced immigration attorney for any immigration matter or you may throw away your future. Do not...
Kyndra Mulder's answer Yes. Permanent resident means just that. Spending a few weeks in the USA and living in Switzerland does not make you an LPR of the USA. Your status may be revoked. There is a commuter status available if you qualify.
Kelli Y Allen's answer She should list every address at which she has lived at any point during the last five years; inside or outside the U.S. You should really consider hiring an immigration attorney to handle this process for you.
Deron Edward Smallcomb's answer As you filed after 5 years, your citizenship petition is no longer based on marriage to your US Citizen spouse. I always advise my clients to be truthful when answering questions, and I'm sure any experienced immigration attorney would advise you the same. Good luck!
Kelli Y Allen's answer Contact a criminal defense attorney and ask if a Padilla motion may be an option. That's a case that sometimes allows a criminal conviction to be reopened and readjudicated when the defendant was not advised on the immigration consequences of the plea.
Kelli Y Allen's answer Generally, yes. the potential employer would be petitioning on your behalf. You would need to consult an immigration attorney for a full analysis of your situation to see if an O-visa is an option.
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