Greetings All, I'm applying for J-1 hardship waiver , I'm a physician who finished internal medicine training and two fellowships , spouse is not a U.S. Citizen and we have 3 U.S. Citizen children 5, 3and 2 years , the case now in DOS , I'm foll...
Depends on the reasons for the waiver. You started with the hardship waver and ended up with the need letter. At the very least one needs to review your record to figure out what the procedure should be as applied to your situation. There are difference procedures depending on the type of a waiver you seek. As a general rule, the need letter is not required in a hardship waiver situation and not always you can seek a hardship waiver. If you filed for a waiver which does not apply to you, the Government might treat your waiver as an application for one that is applicable since the form is the same. Hence you could have received this conflicting request.See question
I obtained my green card through marriage. We filed the I-751 to remove conditions, but before a decision, I found out my wife cheated on me and she divorced me before the I-751 was approved...so it eventually got denied. I am now in removal proce...
You can work until the immigration the final disposition of your case is reached. Until the final order of removal is entered and survives all appeals you are still an LPR. In removal proceedings or not you should refile the I751 this time as a waiver or seek review of the denial by the judge as the situation could be. It would be in your best interest to hire an efficient and proficient immigration attorney to represent you.See question
I have no criminal issues and have not left the US. The card itself is simply expired. Can I still renew it? Thanks.
Yes you can renew it easily if you are an LPR and not CR. The form is I-90 and the wish is good luck.See question
I'm currently working under TN visa, as a computer engineer. i have experience as a team leader from an IT department in mexico. now i have an offer as a information systems manager on another company, that does not have location in mexico. sh...
A good idea but you need to talk to an immigration lawyer would would be able to review your record and come up with a suggestion. It will be E2 visa probably not E1.See question
Am i eligible to get Employment Authorition Card?
If you are subject to removal proceedings on supervision you are USCIS Form i765 with a copy of the supervision order and indicate category c(18).See question
My Fiancee is a Legal Permament Resident for over over 10 years now. Our plans are to get married in December 2015. And start his process of naturalization in 2016. I have a daughter that will turn 18 on 26 of January 2016. My questions...
I agree with the colleague. Your question is very case specific and requires review of the record to provide an advice beyond "current" or "incorrect" You can find many great lawyers on AVVO. You have definitely come to a right place. TO start the process, use the Find a Lawyer feature above and limit your search by geographic area and immigration. You will get a list of attorneys close to you. Read their CVs and decide who you would like to contact. It is as simple as that.See question
Every attorney said that we change our joint sponsor at NVC with new form i864 but what about checklist send by NVC to correct mistake by previous joint sponsor
I am not vey sure it is needed. Call the NVC. They have good customer service and discuss this matter.See question
My friend has approved h1 but landed USA after 6 months. For initial 2 months, lost job&no paystub generated, after that Got job and generating paystub. Will this gap in paystub, trouble him in greencard approval? Any solution?
It could but it is not very likely.See question
I have a valid A-2 visa and I am planning on sending my application package. Can I file the I-130 and I-485 concurrently?
No. You need to wait until the F2A category priority becomes current. This will take about two years. She needs to file I-130 and you need to maintain your status. Once priority is current you will be able in this scenario to file I485 and the waiver of the diplomatic immunitySee question
I came here with J1 visa-student work exchange program. This visa is exempt from the 2 year requirement. So, I was told that I can change it to F1 visa. Unfortunately, I made my decision to change it late: the visa expired yesterday.
No. The grace period under J1 unlike the grace period under F1 does not extend the status only the permission to stay in the USA. Hence, you cannot file for change of status as a general rule. As an exception. you can file and request that USCIS consider the application nunc pro tunc given the very small lapse of time since the status expired. If that is what you want to do, do it already as time is of the essence in this situation.See question