I've been a green card holder since 1999-Present. Between 2008-2010 I traveled abroad back and forth exeded 6 months but never 12 months of absence from USA. Then I traveled outside the USA from February 2010 to February 2011, overstaying outside ...
You need to make sure that 5 years have passed since the time you returned from your last trip that lasted longer than 6 months.See question
I am an US Citizen and I filling out the G-325A form for my parents and myself.
You sign yours. Mom signs hers. Dad signs his.See question
My husband has an E-1 visa, which describes me as an E-1 visa holder's spouse. He can only work for a company which settled this type of visa for him, on the other hand I can work wherever I want as long as I have EAD Authorization (which I alread...
Although your brother can sponsor you, the processing will take 10-12 years. If you will be in the uSA, you need to maintain lawful statusSee question
Hi, Me and my husband are going to have an interview for i-485, Application to register permanent residence or adjust status, next week. We are not fluent in English, so we need to bring interpreter ourselves. Can I bring my daughter to translate ...
Not to sure how the Chicago office works, here in NY and NJ area, they will provide the translator for you. You can bring your daughter in case and let the officer know that she is here to translate in case he/she needs her.See question
i want to open a bank account but do not have a ssn. what is the w-8ben form for?
If the bank is willing to open an account for you, there is no prohibition against it.See question
My friend submitted the adjustment of status through his US citizen son, but the petition for green card was denied because the type of visa he used to enter US was fraudulent. He has gone to seek legal advice with 2 different lawyers and they ha...
If the visa he entered with was fraudulent, he will definitely require a waiver (I-601). Problem is, his child is not a qualifying relative for this waiver. However, his LPR wife is. Yes, it is possible to have the child be the petitioner and the spouse be the qualifying relative for the waiver. So not all is lost here. Not sure why one lawyer is mentioning the appearance before court, was he already served with the Notice to Appear with no date? Even so, everything I am describing can still be done even while a person is in removal proceedings. Definitely not an easy case, but I do not see it as hopeless. Your friend needs to try to consult with other lawyers, hopefully with once that have experience dealing with these issues.See question
I am preparing civil and financial support documents together with I-864 and DS-260. I already sent courtship and marriage pictures to the USCIS with I-130. Do I need to send these pictures again?
No you do not. The instructions on their cite tell you exactly what to send to the NVC. I would have proof of a bona fide relationship available at time of interview.See question
I came in 92 as a student, did my degree. Had my H1B (my wife as dependent) but left the company in 06. Since then I didn't have any legal status. I had some run ins w/the law for check fraud and had 2 felonies (1 from 97 and 1 last yr for which I...
I am sorry about your children being sick, hopefully they get better as they grow. There is no path to legalization based on being ill. However, should you end up in removal proceedings you may or may not be eligible for relief. I am concerned about your convictions. You should obtain all of your criminal dispositions and set up a personal consultation with a lawyer to discuss.See question
I am filling out DS-260 for my minor daughter. Am I allowed to put my email address and phone number for her? Am I supposed to put her email address down?
I do not see any issues with putting your email and phone insteadSee question
My premium processed case was approved in UCSIS site on 17th December 2015. So far I have not received my approval notice.
did your employer (the petitioner) receive it maybe?See question