My cousin is coming to US for the 1st time in December to start his graduate program in January. Since he is coming during christmas time, I want him to come directly to my place in Nashville, stay for a week and then travel to St.Louis where his ...
I am not sure the specific city you enter through is of any consequence. What the American People are concerned about is that when you come here as an F1 student, you are coming to be a student and to study as described in the paperwork. If you remain true the purpose, it really does not matter where you enter.
However, a lot of people are using F1 visas under false pretences to again entrance to the USA. They do not study as described, eventually fall out of status and remain here undocumented. Then, years later, they demand amnesty claiming passage of time and ties to the country as reasons for it. Others, settle under the existing programs, mostly marriage. All of this is profoundly unfair to those who have been waiting in line for years, often decades, to immigrate legally. As a result, we find resentment among the American People to deal with immigrant issues and extend nonimmigrant programs. There is even a push to close done most of them or place some on hold and investigate fraud and abuse. The conclusion is simple - if you come here to truly study you are welcome but do not use the program under false pretenses. This is not to say specifically you would do this. This is to explain the reasoning for all these extra inquiries at the airport.See question
I'm a UK citizen and my stepmother is a US citizen, she wants to petition for me but we don't know which preference I fall under. I'm unmarried but I live with my partner and my kids plus I wanted to know how long the petition will take.
Two conditions must have been met. First, the child was younger than 18 when you married the child's father and the child is over the age of 21 now to petition for you.See question
I moved to th Netherlands 3.5 years ago on a temporary visa. My fiance and I want to be married but are thinking of moving to th States and starting our family there. Would it be easier for me to move back for a couple months first (obviously for ...
It is up to you. If you are ok with this move you can do thatSee question
I got my temporary green card in July, 2013 through marriage. My husband has US citizenship. I applied for permanent green card. I am expecting to receive it in Jan 2016. I need to know when I can apply for citizenship assume I got my permanent gr...
2 years and 9 months if the marriage continue to hold.See question
He is getting his annuity split so that he could withdraw the money and I was wondering if there was a way for CS to have that garnished.
In theory, any property can be seized in order to satisfy the arrears.See question
I got married in 2009 with an american citizen. He was violent with me but I never called the police..the only thing I did was returning to my home country at that time I didn't know I was pregnant, so I deliver my baby here in my country. He ca...
You can get an immigrant visa if the marriage is continued.See question
My friends family lives in the same school area as me so I would not have to move schools.
As a general rule, you need to be emancipated or reach the age of 21. Whether it is so in MS, I am not sure.See question
My ex girlfriend asked me to marry her on June 26 2015 and I said yes.. I went on a vacation with my family for a week and come to find out she was cheating the whole time we was together and we separated and called everything off. And we tried to...
Well it really depends on the state. In some, like NY you get the ring back.See question
I got married in 2009 with an american citizen, I came back the same year to my home country due to he was violent, in that time I didnt know I was pregnant so I deliver my baby in Peru. Our daughter is 5 years old and he said that he wont help w...
YOu probably should look for a good family law attorney in Florida. In general, there are various ways to effectuate service in order to accomplish what you seek.See question
Experienced engineer, on a training visa at our client place in United states. I am from India.
No visas are not currency. They cannot be converted. You might be able to change status from J to H or L if you are not subject to INA 212e; petitioned successfully by the qualified employer and are still in J1 status when the H or L status comes into effect. Alternatively, you can seek the visa at the consulate if the INA 212e does not apply or waived and you have not accrued over 180 days of unlawful presence.See question