bringing him here in the USA. In Wisconsin, you can't marry again not until after 6 months from the date of divorce. My question is can I file my I-129F Petition for Alien Fiance now of do I have to wait after six months to file the petition?
One of the requirements of the FORM I-129F is that you must be unmarried at the time of filing of the petition with USCIS. You will not be required to marry your fiancé until the K-1 is issued by the U.S. consulate and your fiancé enters the U.S. which will not occur within the next 6 months....Read more »
My boyfriend has an Open - Bench warrant issued since 2011, because he didn’t showed up to the court because he signed a paper to get deported, so Ice took him in. On his case record it has his year of birth wrong it says “1991” but he’s from 1993 and he was 17 years old, but since he... Read more »
They met in a US bar in January 2020. He left for Dubai or Morocco. They have FaceTimes 4x daily; and he flew to California to see her (while she was on a trip). He has proposed to her; given her a very cheap ring. States it is custom for the bride to pick her ring after they marry. What can I... Read more »
How does your daughter feel about the situation? She spends a lot of time with him!
Parents can speculate. As a parent, we can get controlling and possessive, then interfere in a way that has lasting consequences. An attorney can also do the same based upon decades of experience....Read more »
Technically, in Wisconsin, you are not emancipated until you attain the age of 18. To become emancipated prior to that time, you would need to file a Petition with the Court, showing that you are completely able to support yourself. To be honest, I have never known a Court to emancipate a minor....Read more »
There are many ways you can qualify for a work permit. One way is if you are eligible for Cancellation of Removal as an application for defense from removal. If you have lived in the US for over 10 years (not more than 90 days absent during those 10 years), if you have "good moral...Read more »
I have a friend who is here on a Q1 Visa. Due to the virus, she lost her job and is experiencing a hardship and cannot return home. And given the current situation, travel is not advised. I helped her file an exchange of status from Q1 to B2. Unfortunately we did this 5 weeks into an overstay... Read more »
Why not? There seems to be extreme confusion. The concept of harboring an alien, at law, is terribly misunderstood by the American public! You are allowed to support a friend in her effort to change status.
She filed late, but in doing she may have challenges that were left unexplained to...Read more »
I met a girl online in venezuela. I'm working on getting her a B2 tourist visa to come to the US so we can meet. She's doing that in colombia. Once she is here visiting me and we develop a relationship, it is possible that I might decide to marry her. But no guarantee.
Unfortunately, while you could start the process of the fiancee visa, you cannot change her status from B-2 to K-1 (fiancee) from the USA. K-1 visas are only issued abroad. As you state, you might decide to marry her. If that occurs, consider contacting an attorney to discuss.
It is likely, but more information is needed, but you should probably work with a competent immigration and visa attorney in case there are discretionary issues that create confusion for you. There may be more than one option.
If the questions are improperly answered, and that is not...Read more »
My friend from China scammed me. He said his business is legit and he asked me to collect payments and send it to him. My bank closed my accounts because of it and deducted money to my other accounts to send the money back to people who marked me as fraud. Will this affect my application to get a... Read more »
If this just happened, a Federal investigation may be pending. If you spoke to Federal Officers, then you may be subject to further action in criminal court. This will delay any action and may even result in detention and deportation.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a...Read more »
I have an approved I-130 petition with a priority date of Feb 2009. At the time of petition it was in the F2B category. In Feb 2012 we upgraded it to the F1 category. In 2014, after I got married, we thought we updated it to F3, but NVC does not have a record of it and they still have my old... Read more »
I am permanent resident and I’m in love with citizen of another country. I would like to marry her and bring her to United States to live together. As far as I know I’m able to do that with my current status. However, I’m wondering if it would be better to get citizenship first? As far as I... Read more »
If you are sponsoring your wife and you both are in China, she will have to process at the consulate in China. Retain counsel anywhere in the USA to help you. Some of us charge a very affordable flat Fee.
I’m from the uk and looking to marry my fiancé however as he is an ex felon he is not aloud to emigrate to the uk am I able to apply to move to the USA once were married or will it be rejected due to him being an ex felon
I am a US Citizen. I filed -130 for my mother who is in the US currently under a B2 Tourist visa. Does she have to leave the US if I don't hear back from USCIS by the time her stay in the US expires (she has a 10 year-visa but can only stay 6 months at a time)?
Does she wish to reside her permanently? Are you over 21? What was her intent upon entering the USA on her last arrival? More facts are needed to know. Discuss with counsel. Some of us give free consults and counsel anywhere in the US can represent your mom.
There are different immigration options through which an individual can apply to live in the United States. From the information you provided, It cannot be determined if any of the options would be applicable to you.
I would suggest speaking with an immigration attorney, explain the...Read more »
A restraining order of any kind is not a conviction for a crime. If there is an underlying criminal conviction, that could be an issue. You should speak with an immigration attorney who has experience dealing with the impact of the violation of Wisconsin statutes on immigration status.
My mother is in the US as a tourist (B2). I would like to adjust her status and apply for a green card for her. I am a US Citizen. Can I file for Adjustment of Status (I-485) first, then once approved, complete the (I-130)? Or do both forms need to be filed at the same time?
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