I applied for TPS in March, then I waited for the biometric service appointment notice which i did not receive.However, I called the customer service and they resend the biometric service again, what append is that i received the appointment noti...
Even in TPS cases without the biometric problem, I saw USCIS taking longer when the person was from a country whose nationals usually go through a more serious background check. In my client's case, it took a total of 6 months from filing to get the EAD. It took quite a few calls to USCIS to get it moving even at that point!See question
In October 2014, have transferred my H1 to employer ‘B’ and initial petition was filed for location ‘A’ and approved along with valid I-94 till Jan 2017. Amendment has been filed with USCIS for location ‘B’ on June 2015 as per new USCIS rules and ...
There could be subtle strategy points here you might want to address with an attorney over a private consultation. You need to provide more detailed facts before getting correct advice. This is too serious to let it be answered in general on an internet forum.See question
i was married but i was separated from my ex husband one year and half we just got divorced yesterday but i have to wait 90 days. the thing is that i have another relationship and he is in dominican republic .
You could hire a lawyer to do this ASAP, no 90 days waiting period exists if you have a final divorce. Given the problems at the US Consulate in DR, I highly recommend a lawyer from the beginning.See question
Hi, My immegrant status is H1B. In my offer letter there is a clause that if I leave my employer before completing two years, I would have to pay attorney fee. Please let me know is it legal?
The only way for you to know for sure is to see a lawyer with a copy of this contract. There are ways for this to be legal, and also ways for this to be illegal, it all depends on what the contract says...it's all in the details...See question
the state department send me a letter with an NVC number, what is next?
It would be ideal for you to retain an attorney at this point. Things get highly complicated and confusing - for ex, the affidavit of support is one of the documents to be done next by your child (and co-sponsor, if applicable), and I have yet to get a client who manages to do it right 100%. Clients usually come in after they made errors on the I-864 affidavit which led to delays so they finally reach out to a lawyer.See question
I have been abused by him several times and I have reported it to the police. I was adviced by the cops to stay with my family. So that's where I reside now. I was doing some research and it said that am gonna need to prove that he is a citizen. W...
It would be nice to know what happened to that I-130 he filed for you - did it get approved? Did you have to go to the interview? If you have the receipt number, you can check status online at uscis.gov. Contact and immigration lawyer who can advise you how to find out these facts and tell you about next steps.See question
I am on H1B and currently looking. I find many employers(contracting companies) that is ready to transfer my Visa. However, may I ask whether there is any minimum limitation on the number of employees that an employer should have in order to do GC...
There is no magic number of employees since that's not the legal test. Yes, the number of employees may be a factor that enters the mix of 1) whether USCIS thinks the company can pay your salary; and 2) whether the need to hire you on a permanent basis is genuine. I would rather base your decision on their financial strength and genuine job opening for a permanent position in your field, all of which are hard for you to assess without chatting with their immigration lawyer.See question
Hi i have applied for citizenship after being a legal resident here for 7 years. I had the biometrics. I got my citizenship letter today for Sept 10th but it mentions to bring my Aust passport. Or if not the fcs that got yiu into the country. I lo...
Take proof you lost your passport. And even better, take a lawyer with you to the interview.See question
I have L1A since Jan 2010 and entered the US in 2012 March and got one extension which is till Dec'16 and will get one more extension till Dec' 2018.So if we start the GC process in 2016 in EB2 is it possible to get GC. How it works?
EB-2 comes in different flavors, some requiring PERM some not. You need to sit down with an attorney to figure out your options.See question
I have approved I-140 and it will take at least 8 years my priority date to become current I believe. I am a technical consultant working in various technologies at various client locations moving to different places every couple of years. Now, I ...
Excellent question for the new employer's lawyer, or for you to consult independently with your own lawyer (no, not on this site, but privately, and with actual paperwork to show the attorney).See question