Kelli Y Allen's answer Technically you could start the spousal visa process now and still apply for a visitor visa. If the visa is granted, there is still no guarantee of admittance by CBP. If you are admitted, as long as you leave on time and still process your immigrant visa through the consulate, there's no problem. As a practical matter, it's likely that a visitor visa will not be approved, but it's fine to apply. Just make sure all information is complete and accurate. I suggest having an immigration...
Deron Edward Smallcomb's answer Marrying so quickly, and applying for the Green Card, can be considered visa fraud. USCIS looks at whether it was your intention to be an immigrant on a non-immigrant visa and then acts accordingly. That said, it is possible to do it given the right conditions, though the safe way is to return home after getting married. You should contact an experienced immigration attorney to discuss your options.
Deron Edward Smallcomb's answer I would not suggest postponing your Green Card interview unless your dental work is medically necessary and cannot be rescheduled. It is not easy to reschedule with USCIS, you can likely have your dental work done anytime by any dentist.
Kevin L Dixler's answer Some of these issues are best considered before a job or internship is accepted in a less immigrant friendly state like Wisconsin. I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney to consider all of your options. Good luck.
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Kevin L Dixler's answer He will never lose his social security number, but he can lose lawful permanent resident status based upon abandonment. His decision to leave the U. S. for more than a year has arguable consequences. The old I-551 cards do not change the law on abandonment. The cards are the property of the U. S. Government. The alien resident card can be confiscated, among other consequences, where there is reason to believe that he abandoned his lawful permanent resident status. His right to collect...
Peter N. Munsing's answer First, do what you can to stay in and get an honorable. Check with JAG corps on that. For immigration, you want to connect with a member of AILA in Madison.
There is a type of therapy called EMDR that is good for anxiety and any PTS you may have from harassment. If there are support groups for troops that have those issues, formally or informally, might also be a good stress reliever and give you emotional resources. Good luck!
Hector E. Quiroga's answer Sometimes that is possible, though the fact that your fiancé is not in Spain legally might impact his case. You might try contacting email@example.com to find the answer.
Carl Shusterman's answer No. J status will not be granted unless you can demonstrate that you have no intention of remaining permanently in the US. You have already applied for permanent residence in the US.
Myron Morales' answer Once they are married, he can adjust his status to that of a Lawful Permanent Resident with her sponsorship. This is possible, because he entered with inspection, despite that his visa is currently expired. He will receive work authorization while the application is pending, but he should not leave the U.S. if his status has been expired for at least 180 days. He could subject himself to a 3 or 10 year bar to reentry if he leaves under such conditions.
Roger Carl Algase's answer It sounds as if your wife needs to see a good doctor - and a good immigration lawyer, if she wants you to stay in America to help take care of your child. In order for a US citizen child to sponsor a parent for a green card, the child has to be at least 21 years old.
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