I am a British citizen, resident in Spain for 20 years. My daughter is a U.S. citizen and we are applying for a "green card" for me, through an immigration lawyer. Unfortunately I have just been diagnosed with cancer and have no health cover in the U.S. so I want to cancel the application for... Read more »
We cannot imagine any reality in which that would be the case. Withdrawing an application for permanent residency is not a ground of inadmissibility. You may want to ask your attorney for more details regarding why this would be so.
You may be able to petition for her as your wife. The process is long and complicated, and requires numerous government forms to be filed, along with $1,225 & $535 government filing fees. I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case. Not because I...Read more »
It reads ‘ USCIS is unable to associate your remittance with any application/petition you may have previously submitted. If you forgot to send your remittance with application it will be returned’ What does this mean??
My case is still pending and am qualified to apply for citizenship which I did November 2017 I did my finger print..our marriage is falling apart due to domestic abuse and substance abuse by my wife..and we had two kids..we will be going through divorce and I don’t know how that’s going to... Read more »
I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case in order for the lawyer to debrief and brief you, analyze, assess and evaluate your case maximize the possibilities for a successful result.
Your question requires way too many questions on my part...Read more »
Because your case has been pending for this length of time, you are going to be scheduled for a personal interview at your local USCIS office. Make a USCIS InfoPass appointment for Nashville and you may find out more information. Viz: https://my.uscis.gov/appointment
I came here on a k1 visa. Got married last dec2016. Got my 2 yr permanent residence card in sept2016. I’m a nurse and started working in January2018. We started arguing about money after I started working and earning my own money. He wanted complete control of my money. He wanted me to pay for... Read more »
You can file for divorce. Then you can file to remove the conditions on your 2 year card and get a 10 year green card as a divorced spouse of US citizen. You will need documentary evidence, photos, receipts, apartment leases, bills, and lots of monthly financial statements from Sept. 2016 to the...Read more »
Really depends upon how much time has passed since school enrollment date. If a couple of days or so, check with your FSA or foreign student advisor, and you may be put back into F-1 status. Otherwise you may be now out of status. Consult with an immigration lawyer regarding your options.
I came when I was 7 years old, I am now 23 years old, currently enrolled in college and have a clean record. If I am eligible how long would the process take? and would there be a penalty where I would have to return to the country I was born?
Your spouse can petition you, and once that petition is approved you can apply for an immigrant visa. You will have to returned to your country of origin for an interview. You may have to file a waiver for any unlawful presence you’ve accrued within the United States. The fact that you have DACA...Read more »
F-1 student visas are designated "D/S" for the duration of status of that educational institution's program. So, if someone is in a four year program, it's good for that period of time. Same with associate's degree - 2 years. F-1 visas can be extended for additional year(s) of schooling , or for...Read more »
Assuming you are a US citizen and he meets all requirements yes you can sponsor him for immigrant visa. It is best to consult an attorney so you get through this process without any mistakes or delays. Congrats on your engagement!
We can't afford the legal fees. I did some research, and it said on a site that a lawyer is not needed. I have printed off all the necessary paperwork and she has already done her immigration physical. Can we send this in with the money order needed?
Hard to answer without knowing her history. Sounds okay. But I would recommend that you consult with an immigration lawyer to prepare you two for the format & procedures for your interview/examination appointment with USCIS.
My I-751 was denied in 2011 because I did not provide sufficient evidence. I was put in removal, case sent to Immigration court for review. Do I have to file a new I-751 or does the judge just review my old application and new evidence? Please let me know.
No, your attorney can legally do so by filing a name change petition in your local state court. You must testify that you are not doing so to avoid your just debts or creditors or to avoid law enforcement authorities, or for any other illegal, illicit purpose; you're not doing this to avoid the No...Read more »
One does not get deported due to a traffic ticket. I suspect that the father was detected by ICE and determined to be illegally present in the USA and then placed in deportation court proceedings. Next, If this was more than 5 years ago, he may be able to return on a US citizen immediate relative's...Read more »
The obvious answer is affirmative. With the "due care" and "no insurance" violations, it sounds like an accident occurred, and if so, quick restitution is in order. Whatever the case, some of the violations might be worked out. There may not be any reason to get ICE involved. Hopefully his...Read more »
Current visa valid until 28 Feb 2019. New employer have applied for new O1 visa due to moving from company who originally petitioned for me to them. I need a new O1 with their company, however, in that time I have married my wife who is a US citizen. Will now being married to a US citizen... Read more »
There is only the question of dual intent, but there is no reason why getting married to a USC would impact your visa while you are currently in the US. If you are out and trying to come back in on the O visa, the fact that you are married to a USC could be an issue.
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