My wife and I have been married since Jan. 29, 2015. We started the process of getting all the paperwork done for applying for a green card through marriage. Everything was fine between us then she started to act up and walked out on me. She cheat...
You should bring all of your paper work to an attorney to evaluate your case. It sounds like you have not filed any documents with USCIS. It would be best to have an attorney review all of your documentation and give you options.See question
She is from Zarinsk,Russia & I went through a reputable dating service to meet her. The only thing I am paying for is her plane tickets to and from America. We are 90% sure that we are the right people for each other, and this trip is for cement...
I agree with my colleague. It would be best for you to get advice in a private consultation.See question
Marriage cert & greencard have maiden + married name, but for U.S. nationalization I want only my maiden name. Is the name on the certificate supposed to be my legal name in this country? I never changed any other document.
I am confused by your question. Your green card is a legal document with your name. Your marriage certificate is also a legal document with your name. You are allowed to change your name when you become a US citizen. It may be best to see an attorney to assist you.See question
Also the name on my SS card is my maiden name.
You should send them documentation such as your marriage certificate with your new legal name. It may be best to have an attorney assist you.See question
what is the process? for example if I hold a E2 visa for 1-2 years and can I apply for green card? or would that not work from E2 to green card?
I agree with my colleagues. You should seek an immigration attorney with experience with EB-5 visas.See question
I was approved for the Deferred Action Childhood Arrival program (DACA). I am now filing the Application for Renewal and paying the $465.00. In Oct. of 2014, I was arrested for DUI and the case is still pending. Public Defender says more than like...
You should probably hire an immigration attorney to assist you. The immigration attorney can help educate the public defender on possible immigration consequences of certain pleas.See question
We were in a HAPPY relationship for 8 years before getting married in December of 2012. We had been happily married for 1 1/2 years when I became very ill over night. I went from walking 5-6 miles a day to unable to walk on without crutches or a w...
I agree with my colleague. Your question seems to be best answered by a divorce attorney. I am sorry to hear about your situation.See question
In Abu Dhabi, UAE. I'm likely to be convicted of defaulting a bank personal loan misdemeanour as it is a part of the loan procedures by all banks in this country to sign a security cheque, when a person defaults the bank present the security check...
You will need an attorney to review your conviction. The language of the statute will have to be reviewed to determine your eligibility.See question
I am U.S. citizen . My last year tax return income was $14000 but this year I will be making $26000 till the end of Dec 2015. Now I Need to file AOS at NVC. I am sponsoring for my spouse. So my total house hold size will be of 2. My current income...
The affidavit of support request your most recent tax return as proof of your income. You can include a letter from your employer with your projected income for this year. It is best to bring all of your paper work to an attorney to review your situation.See question
Our son and I are both USA citizens born here I'm currently pregnant with our second child and get Prenatal Medicaid and our son gets Children's Medicaid will it hurt my husbands legal status if we apply for Food Stamps?
Need more information. What is your husband's current legal status. If you are petitioning for his green card then you will most likely need a co-sponsor to provide financial information. It would be best for you to have a private consultation with an attorney.See question