Finding work visa jobs in Tennessee involves a few key steps. First, it's important to identify employers in Tennessee who are open to hiring international workers. Websites like LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and Indeed can be useful for job searches, allowing you to filter job postings by location and...View More
I am Brazilian and I am currently in the United States on a tourist visa (I entered on July 2, 2023), and after 90 days, I married a U.S. citizen (on October 4, 2023). We are in the process of filling out the green card forms, but a question has arisen. In 2021-2022, I came to the U.S. as a J-1... View More
If you were subject to the 2-year home residency requirement under the J-1 visa program, you are generally required to fulfill that obligation or obtain a waiver before adjusting status or obtaining another visa in the U.S. Marriage to a U.S. citizen does not automatically exempt you from this...View More
No person is illegal, their actions may be or have been. In the case of so-called "illegal immigrants," this action may be a one-time decision decades ago by someone in their family to cross a border, often bringing someone with them as a child when that child had no control over this. By...View More
I was born in India and still have my valid Indian passport, however, I recently naturalized for the United States and am waiting for my US passport. Can I travel with my Indian passport whilst I wait?
My question is that we met on an adult website and within weeks we fell in love. I have went to the Philippines and met him in person along with his family. While I was there we got engaged. Is meeting on an adult website something that would red flag our K1 visa?
A US citizen can sponsor a foreign national for a fiancée visa provided the two have met in person, two years prior to filing the K visa application. There would be no red flag because you met each other on the web. There may be a red flag because of the age difference, and thus your application...View More
In 2018, I came to the US under F1 for a Bachelor’s degree. In the same year, I started dating a citizen. I finished the program in 2021, but decided that degree was a professional mistake and started another one in a different field. At the same time, due to economic hardship, my girlfriend... View More
A US citizen can sponsor his wife who entered the country on a student visa, and thereby adjust status to get a green card. This is true even if your wife is currently out of status. Any lawyer from any state can represent both of you in this process. Some of us handle these types of cases on a...View More
Hello, My wife is currently in the process of getting her green card through her employer and waiting for government's approval on her case. Her employer said it may take around 2 years for her to get it. I heard a marriage green card will speed up this process but will this make her lose her... View More
Yes a marriage based green card application can still be filed during the pendency of an employment based green card application. A work permit can be issued within 5 months from the time the case is filed which will allow your wife to work for any employer. You should retain an immigration to...View More
You need to let the criminal lawyer know about your immigration status. You should also talk to an immigration lawyer. The information will help to figure out what you do at court to give you the best outcomes in the circumstances. The offense and what can happen can open up all sorts of negatives...View More
There are several questions to be answered at the outset, e.g., whether you are 21 years or older, where your mom and grandma are located, whether you have sufficient income yourself, or whether you might need a third-party sponsor. There are more questions depending on the answers to the previous...View More
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. These product-based actions are sometimes mutli-district cases with heavy dockets. If you have an attorney on the case already, they would know best, based on how far along the case has already progressed. But if the...View More
My H-1B visa expires on 5th August 2021. Currently, I'm outside of the USA and planning to enter on 30th July 2021. Can I enter the USA with a one-week valid visa? Will there be any problem at the port of entry?
BP may very likely deny you entry into the United States. Normally you must have at least three months before your visa will expire. Secondly, if you only have a week left on your visa BP will presume that you are in violation of the terms of the visa.
Yes, I am a 30 year old man who has been married to a 65 year old woman who is a very successful financial advisor for around 2 years now. On March 20th of this year, I immigrated to the United States. She is also my sponsor to the United States. As I arrived in Utah, United States where she is... View More
It's a little difficult to answer your question, because there is a lot of information that is missing. I am assuming that you have a two year conditional green card. I don't know if you are divorced yet. If so, you may be able to petition to keep your green card.
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