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,... View 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...View More
Hi, I am helping my brother in law start the process for his I-130 petition. I am confused when it asked this part. Was the beneficiary EVER in immigration proceedings? I'm not sure what to answer. My brother in law was caught crossing the boarder illegally when he first tried crossing. He was... View More
Immigration is a very technical sector of the law and there are several low cost organizations in the state that can assist with form preparation, you could contact The immigration court in Portland for possible referrals to some reputable agencies.
He is from algeria we got married when he came back the second time in november 2016 . His father is very ill and he wants to leave before his extension expires and before we file AOS Me and my husband got married feb 4th, his father has gotten ill and he needs to leave and he wants to leave USA... View More
This is unfortunate. It can take three to four months, perhaps longer, before he may secure an advanced parole document to travel. It can take a year or more to return with an immigrant visa through the U. S. Embassy in Algeria. He must process through the USCIS, then then National Visa Center,...View More
The first question is: What is your status? Whether you can sponsor your wife and the process for her immigration depends on your status. I suggest you contact an experienced immigration attorney near you and discuss your specific details so that the attorney can advice you of the alternatives.
Without knowing more about your individual situation there is not enough information to determine whether or not you have enough hardship for a waiver to be approved. Waivers are extremely complex and difficult. I would strongly suggest working with an immigration attorney to prepare the waiver.
I was working for a painting company so one day working with the boss in a house I felt from a 24 feet extension ladder. my boss didn't want to hold the ladder cause he decide to make a call sitting on a garden chair to look at me working and talk on the phone at the same time ,so I felt he... View More
This is a complicated situation, the best option would be contact an immigration attorney to discuss this issue in private. You should not post this much information about your case online, it may be used against you. Many immigration attorneys including me offer free consultations, make use of the...View More
I have joint custody of my son (he is 8) with his paternal grandparents. They want to renew his passport to travel to Florida. However, he lives in Ontario Canada and although I lived there for years, I recently moved back to the US because I can't work etc in Canada. I am not there to sign... View More
We have to see the complete agreement before we can advise you on this matter. Just going by the facts you have provided there seems to be no problem with it but there may be something mentioned in the agreement that you have not disclosed here which might cause a problem for you. I suggest talking...View More
Arrived in the US October 1. Baby due is on July 2016 (next year). I-94 expires end of this month (Dec., 2015). Fiance has drug issues that is why the wedding was postponed until it all just got more worse. Fiance keeps reiterating he is not spending another dime for this situation. What are my... View More
If you are on a fiance visa you are supposed to get married within 90 days, if you fiance doesn't want to marry you anymore you will have to go back to your country. If you overstay you might be having problems entering the US again. For the problems related to the baby I suggest you talk to...View More
I have been searching a lot about Visa and if there are any ways that I can get a green card so then I can go into U.S. Airforce to serve in the Military but I cannot get any answers based on internet and I cannot find information about how to apply something and to contact lawyers. For now, I want... View More
I came over to look at college in October 2014 on the visa waiver program. I met my husband who had already been a friend I had been chatting to and we started dating. He proposed at Christmas because we didn't want to be apart and decided to just get married the year after. I have overstayed... View More
You can not obtain citizenship through this, however you can apply for a work authorization. The program is called DACA, which will allow you to work for 3 years in the United States. Contact an immigration attorney to help you with this process. All the best.
He has over $300,000 in property and land and will sell them to come here, and he has $50,000 cash in the bank, and he has a job contract for the next 3 years, on a project which brings in $7000 a month income. Why do we need a co-sponsor? Cant he come on his income alone? Once he gets here I... View More
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