My son from my first wife is living with his mom in Canada, he is 10 years old . I want to sponsor him so he can get his GC and US Citizenship. His mom is ok to sponsor him so he has documented. My Son is Canadian and I am the US and Canadain Citizen.
A Washington attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to the publisher and ask them to take the page down while expressing your concerns. If that doesn't work, you could reach out to an attorney for a consult to explore options. You could...Read more »
Hey. I am a marriage greencard attorney.Yes you can get married to a U. S citizen. B2 Visa is generally for toursim and not a dual purpose visa. However, many visitors find love while on vacation and get married. They are then able to become permanent residents if they prove that the marriage is...Read more »
Are you a US citizen? If so, you should explore the fiancé visa pathway. If the two of you have physically met within the last two years you can sponsor him for his k visa. Once the visa is issued he can travel here, get married and then adjust status to get his green card. Counsel anywhere in...Read more »
I am a green card holder and my husband was physically in US with F1 OPT on April 22. If he leaves US now, will he be affected by Trump’s proclamation if I apply for marriage-based green card for him (which will go through consular process)?
my sister is sponsoring my mom and I through two I-130. After she prepared the forms online , they were passed to me for payment. I noted that the e-signature page were not signed, and I accidentally put my mom and my name on it and proceeded to pay. However, the application only states that my... Read more »
My name is Mohammed and I have a few questions regarding my eligibility for a green card. I just finished the university and got my degree. I have an F1 student visa and a OPT permit as well. What are my options that I have for a green card? I would really want one for more job... Read more »
I am a US citizen and I'm close to marrying a non-citizen. They are on a F1 visa but are working. I've read online that if caught, the consequences are deportation. What happens if I marry them? I've read that a marriage to a recent visa holder will trigger an audit and a trial... Read more »
If you have remained in lawful status then your employer can file the petition for the H-1B which will allow you to continue such lawful status while you pursue the resident status based on your marriage.
If the adjustment of status fails and USCIS does not grant you resident status then...Read more »
I suggest you do not. Wait at least five years after the most recent DUI is settled. Speak with a criminal law attorney and see if it is possible to amend it to something else. It is possible that two dui can affect your status so arrange a consultation with an immigration attorney in your area
I am a US citizen (naturalized) but my daughter is not. She was in the US studying on a student visa. While on her student visa she went to Canada for a part time job and was denied entry back into the US for violating the condition of her visa. She was deported back to South America with a 5 year... Read more »
I have filed green card petitions for both of my parents, so far I have received appointment details for my mother from National Visa Center. There is one month difference between approvals for my mother and father, we have yet to recieve approval for my father. I just wanted to check if I can have... Read more »
Each embassy or consulate has its own procedures for changing an interview for an appointment. It should be listed on their web page. If it is not, then you can contact the embassy or consulate directly. You indicated that you have not yet received the approval for your father. If this is true,...Read more »
The short answer is that you will have to get your official annulment papers in the Philippines, and you will have to hire a Filipino lawyer in order to do this. It is difficult and expensive, but not impossible. You have to do this before filing for your K-1 Visa or Green Card in the US. In the...Read more »
The interview officer denied because he believes that he is involved on some type of drug trafficking they gave him 60 days to come back to Juarez to make a deal with the officer or he just needed to wait for a letter with the reason of denial
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