In short, her B1/B2 visa was given to her for tourist purposes. In order to get that visa, she had to show that she had non-immigrant intent, which means she did not intend to stay in the United States permanently.
This is important, because if she tried to adjust status while still in the...Read more »
About submitting I-864 Affidavit of Support, I am applying for my husband. My total income in tax return 2018 was $22000 which $9000 of that was from self employed working type. I begin a new job exactly six months ago from 11-04-2018 until today 17-5-2019, I have a letter of employment and pay... Read more »
He was deported back to Honduras with no limitation on his first deportation and now hes facing a second his court date is not tell next week i will not know the outcome of that but I am trying to figure out if I marry him will he be able to return.
My fiance has filed a petition for me to come to the US to marry. We are now a month away from the fiance visa interview in my home country (Vietnam). He is now under criminal investigation. Likely he may be arrested in July 2019. We are now considering to cancel the K1 - fiance visa... Read more »
I'm an international student (F1) and have been in Oregon since 2018. My wife is a US citizen but she lives in New York. I have applied for the green card (F1 to Green Card by marriage). My wife just moved from New York to Oregon. So my question, After getting my green card, will the tuition I... Read more »
he kept going even after I got up from my bed as he kept saying " come on man up" mind I was in ICU, also there was a nurse/dr watching while he did this, this officer left this out of the police report but put everything else in it. theres more that I can discuss if there is something,... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear of your experience, but this is not an immigration issue. I suggest speaking with a civil attorney and also contacting the police department to request that the report be modified to include all relevant information.
My wife(sponsor) and I are waiting for my next interview to remove my conditional status. We live in a small apartment along with my wife's mother and I'm a recording musician so my wife and I want to rent another apartment to put all our equipment. This year, I got a mail at the... Read more »
I have been a DACA recipient since 06/13/13. I have since then renewed my status accordingly. My current DACA status and Employment Authorization card expires on 03/01/19. Having said that, earlier this year, my husband and I got married. We both then filed for my green card (I-130, I-485, I-864).... Read more »
It's in your best interest to renew your DACA since there is no guarantee as to the outcome of your green card application or how much time it would take to complete the adjudication of your green card application. Also, bear in mind that even with the best intentions there are no guarantees...Read more »
My husband got a Green card in 1986. In 2006 we moved overseas to care for his mother. For financial reasons he was unable to return on a yearly basis. We now want to return to the US. How can he regain his Green Card status? He has traveled to the US most recently with an ESTA visa waiver.
I'm on H1B with Employer A. I have Founded a new company, Invested in my Ideas to make smartphone Apps. I hired someone in my company to oversee the progress. I paid to a software company in India to make these Apps and launched in Appstore and Google Play. Now the Apps became very successful... Read more »
Nothing for you to worry about. Although few attorneys are aware of this, when I was Trial Attorney for the INS in the early 1980s, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in Bhakta v. INS that even a person with a non-working immigration status could run a business as long as he did not take a...Read more »
He's lived in the US to further his education, and wasn't deported. He was sent back to Mexico because his uncle (a us citizen) didn't like him, and his mother didn't want him to go off by himself (thinking he would stay with another family). He wanted to get adopted into one,... Read more »
This is an immigration question. Whether someone can enter the US either to immigrate or on a student visa is strictly an immigration question. In order to answer that question your family member will have to consult with an immigration lawyer and give the lawyer specific information which will...Read more »
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