How long is it ok to stay abroad on advance parole while marriage-based green card (AoS) is pending? I'm abroad because of my dad's health issues, should I bring his medical certificate back to the US with me? Thank you
For as long as you need, provided you do not miss any important appointments in the process.See question
Nonprofit status of requesting organization in furtherance of the cultural and social interests of the United States
One would need to review the record of your application to figure out what you are referring to.See question
Hi, I have a valid L1 and I-94 till Dec 3,2015. My spouse has valid H1. Right now, I don't have any petition pending with USCIS (i mean i have not applied for any COS/extension). i want to stay with my spouse and stop working. So I'm planning ...
You will not lose your L status just because you filed for change of status. You will remain on L until the status end day or approval of the change request, whichever comes first.See question
After my F1 expires. I had ten years on the b1 stamped on my passport.
Sure you can but your entry will probably not be allowed. I would abstain.See question
married in Colorado and don't have any paperwork on the matter
Whatever advice that could be had would not come from US immigration law.See question
I'm on F2 visa, I applied for F1 but it wasn't approved till the beginning of the semester. I cantacted International center of university and asked them what to do and they told me that it's fine to register and wait for my visa approval. 3 days...
If your F1 is denied and F2 is valid, it will continue being valid provided your spouse's F1 is valid.See question
My asylum application has a Master hearing for 2017 and my previous expired EAD was based on Asylum. I chose to apply for my new EAD along with my TPS. This time when i applied for my TPS (Nepal based) I checked off the - 'Renewal of my permission...
- Yes, it is permission not renewal since you have changed the category. You will get an RFE and an opportunity to correct the record.See question
Hi! I came to USA on F1 visa. I applied for permanent residence through my father who is a US citizen. I was above 21 then. I am aware that it might take a couple of years. After filing for adjustment of status, I left school for personal reasons....
If you were over 21 and did not qualify for CSPA, it is unclear how you filed for AOS since the PD had to be current for you to do thatSee question
After biometrics, Which comes first EAD or TPS approval or simultaneously? Does TPS need to be approved inorder to get an EAD? or do EADs come within the time frame of 3 months while TPS application is pending.
Depends. Often both. Most of the time TPS.See question
If you do get a Bond from immigration, is it true that you get that money back once your case is resolved? If you only have a misdemeanor class A charge and nothing else on your record could that mean a lesser BOND?
It is simple. If your criminal or immigration history does not preclude you from seeking bond, you are eligible. Aggravated felons and individuals convicted of CIMT are precluded. IN essence all mandatory detention categories are precluded. Individuals who are arriving aliens are also precluded.See question