It is not uncommon for an immigrant to request to process the visa at the US consulate in the country he resides in. However, that would depend on the type of case. Discuss your case with counsel anywhere in the USA for a full review of the facts.
The medical exam record becomes stale if submitted past the deadline. A review of your file would reveal if that’s the case. Consider working with an attorney so that precious time and filing fees are not wasted again. Your application will now be subjected to the new public charge rules that...Read more »
I'm an undocumented immigrant from Nigeria. I came to the states legally on a visitor's visa and my parents overstayed (i was 7 when I got here). I've been living in the US since then and have pretty much built my life here and have a child here. I'm also married to a U.S citizen. My fear is that... Read more »
Her country of origin is Ukraine. She has been in the US for 20+ years. She was married and divorced in the US. She had two kids in the US in that same marriage. Her divorced husband (my father) was a US citizen and passed away in 2008. she received child support from him till 2008 and after... Read more »
I was employed for over 15 years at the same job which i resigned in January 29,2019 to take care of a family member who got cancer which right now is in remission thanks to God! Now i am planning on going back to work. Can you tell me if i can apply for his visa and if theres a chance it will get... Read more »
You need to file an affidavit of support and provide the current year tax return. If your adjusted gross income is at least 125 percent of the poverty threshold depending on the number of people residing in your household (including your immigrant fiancé) then you won’t need a joint financial...Read more »
My husband is a illegal immigrant and he was convicted of Cocaine and after hiring a criminal lawyer his final outcome was that he plead guilty to Drug Paraphernalia but now its affecting his immigration but the criminal lawyer that we hired he did not explain to my husband that if he plead guilty... Read more »
I'm going to assume the paraphernalia charge was related to cocaine. ANY GUILTY PLEA related to ANY controlled substance, OTHER THAN a small amount of marijuana, will most likely mean your husband will be DEPORTED.
To answer your question: You need to speak to another criminal defense...Read more »
Hi, I am Brazilian and I'm about to receive the USA citizenship, so I'll be citizen in 2 Countries, Brazil and USA, and of course, I'll have the both passports. Besides that, I just realized that if I want I'm able to request the Portuguese citizenship and the portugueses passport (what would be... Read more »
My wife and I applied for US citizenship back in Feb 2019. We had our bio-metrics done in a couple of weeks. Since then we have been waiting for a letter for an interview. Currently, the status says "We are taking longer than expected to process your case. You do not need to do anything at this... Read more »
It is hard to say. It could be the way you got your residence (asylum), but the fact is access to all benefits is inconsistent and taking longer than before. Each case is different, however, and there is nothing you wrote that would indicate any particular reason why your case would be taking...Read more »
Applied to F1 while being in f2 from her home country. She got administrative processing. Came back as F2 and currently in usa as F2 was valid. Now she got F1. Can she use mexico as change of visa status port?
Original card expired almost a year ago. My new card was mailed at the end of June. When it was returned I filed the I-90 form. But according to the website the processing time could be another year. With everything going on in our country I am worried about deportation while waiting for... Read more »
If parents are in US and they file green card for their daughter (who is above 22 yrs old) living outside US , can daughter apply for F2 dependent visa if she gets married with F1 visa holder ? Does she need to cancel the ongoing application process ?
An investment advisor (FINRA certified) getting retired, want to handover business to a person who is at present non immigrant & living out of US. Which VISA he can sponsor him. Non immigrant is ready to take FINRA certification & ready to take over the business.
There may be several different options for the non immigrant. I would first need to have more information about his country of origin and also about the amount of the purchase price. Since it is important to gather as much information as possible in order to know all of your options, it would be...Read more »
Hey! Im an European citizen, my fiancé is a marine and I’m 6 months pregnant. I got tickets to the USA in July to get married and start our family together and apply for green card and use parole in place to stay there.
I’ve committed a crime ( shoplifting) and I will have to pay a... Read more »
Shoplifting is often termed as a petty offense. The fact that you committed a petty crime does not bar you from obtaining a green card; you may still be admissible to the United States. The decisive factor is whether you have committed shoplifting on more than one occasion, and whether you entered...Read more »
Generally, a conditional resident's status will be extended for 18 months if your I-751 petition was timely filed. During that time conditional residents are typically allowed to work and travel abroad. However, it is very important that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney, who may...Read more »
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