I am an employee of the petitioning company with no stake in it. I am super confused about I-864. My employer is asking me to file I-864 for my wife, but I am not fully sure. Any help/clarification would be greatly appreciated.
My I-140 was approved in April 2019. My filing date became current for the month of October 2020. I am filing I-485 for myself and my spouse (who is currently on H4 with approved EAD). I am currently on H1-B status. I have the following questions regarding filing for AOS, and it would be great if... Read more »
I am a US citizen and my wife is a naturalized US citizen from Philippines. My wife never had a stable job or good credit history. I have a stable job with US military and good credit history. My wife and I are not in good terms for a while started our divorce process now. She has several... Read more »
Domestic violence is a “qualifying” crime for U visa eligibility. In your case, the incident must first be reported to the police and a police report must be generated. Afterwards a “certification” must be requested from the police. Once the “certification” is issued then the FORM I-918...Read more »
I have an approved i130 since 2012 ,but my 485 was denied because the dhs asked for certified disposition for two cases which they got dismissed and the sponsor didn’t meet the standards, and now I have to go for master hearing in front of judge cuz ice put me in removal proceedings, I would like... Read more »
Yes, you can use previously approved I-130 in Court. Just ask judge to schedule your adjustment of status hearing and submit your previously approved I-130 petition together with the documents showing that you are still married to the petitioner and your marriage is bona file. You will also need to...Read more »
My daughter has been dating a young man who is a daca participant. He’s from Guatemala. He has no criminal record. He graduated from high school and is now 20 I’m concerned about their future is there a path to citizenship? Would they be safe to marry?
Your daughter is free to marry anyone she chooses. The question is, what benefits are available to her fiance once married? This situation should be discussed, in detail, with an experienced immigration attorney.
I am an F1 international student who has applied for marriage-based green card. I am set to receive my advance parole soon and I intend to go abroad over the summer. My I-20 expires in May, and the earliest I can get another one from my new school is in July. My f1 expires next year. If I travel... Read more »
The LLC that we have invested fund in our EB-5 case, has terminated. Our case is still waiting on response from USCIS for I-526. The case has been received in 2016 and I don't know when the company is terminated.
I'm on SSDI benefit due to mental health problem and I would like to sponsor a wife from Viet Nam to the United state. My parents can cosign the income for the affidavit of financial to help me sponsor my wife. I do not want to lose my benefit. Is it okay for me to sponsor a wife while... Read more »
I am sponsoring my spouse as a permanent resident and her interview is in two days. I completed NVC review process few months before with I-864 form but few days before I found that I need to fill I-864EZ form. Is it ok to take both the form I-864 and I-864EZ during interview or carrying just... Read more »
due to her medical emergency she was admitted in hospital and we had to apply medicaid . Our question is will she taking medicaid effect our green card process as we never took medicaid only her being US citizen. ? ?
No. As long as you truthfully answered questions about your income on her Medicaid application, you should be fine. Public benefits received by US citizen family members is not part of the public charge analysis for the intending immigrant or nonimmigrant. It's only if the foreign national...Read more »
That would be an international kidnapping crime unless you were lawfully granted full custody. It is unlikely that she would be denied joint custody unless she was abusive. In addition, it is likely that it will be in the best interests of the children for them to remain in the U. S....Read more »
He took a video of him feeding my drugs and having his way with me and I can’t remember such happening and he threatened to send it to my family , now he deleted the link but I have someone I showed the video to since I can’t open the link can their statement suffice
my step parent married their sibling because it made it quicker for them to both get a visa then they divorced after entering the US. Now they are married to US Citizens and have expired visas. is that illegal? and if so how?
The issue is whether someone who marries did so because they were in love. The facts presented suggest that this was a marriage solely for a non immigrant visa, not for immigration purposes. This can be considered visa fraud, perhaps, a Federal crime, but more information is needed.
An illegal immigrant who works at a store is accused of theft where paid under the table. Who has more to lose if the store owner wants to report the crime because he/she employed the employee without documentation. The store owner might have video surveillance that shows the crime but can't... Read more »
I currently reside outside the US with my foreign spouse. We plan to return to the US, but I no longer have a job or residence there, however, we do have someone willing to co-sponsor. If the co-sponsor can show for these things, do I need to as well?
In order to file for your spouse, you must provide a US residence where you intend to reside. In terms of having job or finances you will have to document your current income and your adjusted gross income for the past 3 years. This is true even if you do not meet the poverty guidelines and even...Read more »
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