My husband has been an LPR since the age of 4, he has not returned to his country of origin since. We married 14 years ago and have 2 kids under 18. I am a USC born abroad. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance -1 gram cocaine....
Many factors would go into an answer here. He should obtain all of his criminal dispositions and discuss with a knowledgeable attorney in person. the attorney should have experience with immigration consequences of criminal convictions. Also, just because someone may be deportable, it does not mean there is no relief available should the worst happen and they are placed in removal proceedings.See question
Married in Aug 2012, got conditional GC in Jan 2013, joined military in Dec 2013, got naturalized with conditional GC in 2014. Me and my spouse as of Apr 2014 are legally separated (VA separation agreement) . She is threatening (being vindictive) ...
On the facts as you describe, most likely not. But I would keep all evidence of a bona fide marriage just in case.See question
I filed an application seeking for an asylum to the asylum office in San francisco, CA on Oct 2011 and I appeared for an interview on Jan 2nd 2012 in front of an asylum officer. The outcome of this interview was that I was stated that I was out of...
You generally describe a set of very specific and complicated facts. The best place to turn to right now would be your lawyer as he/she already is aware not only of the asylum claim, but all other factors. It is difficult to "tell you or help you" with what to do because one needs to know everything, all facts.See question
when my friend went to his interview to get his B1/B2 visa, he said that he was going to visit a university when he was asked what the purpose of his trip was, because he was considering going there to continue his education in the U.S - he used t...
With the circumstances you describe above, it is not visa fraud.See question
Can I get married with non-US citizen when I am pending for asylum? In this situation, would my wife has a benefits of derivatives?
Yes, you can get married. If your application is approved, hers will as well if you make her a derivative on your application. Same is true if your application is denied and you are referred to the Immigration Court.See question
I am a legal permanent resident in US and my fiance is in Nigeria. We are getting married in July and want to visit US for our honeymoon. She has been denied a tourist visa a few months ago when we applied. We did not tell the consular or indicate...
She was denied due to intent or reason to believe that she may have immigrant intent. Of course you can try again, showing a very specific itinerary and other ties to the home country. No one can guarantee the result. You also may need to worry about being consistent with what was previously written and indicated on the application.See question
If you are not married, they can sponsor you. It will take a little bit, but sooner than if a sibling sponsors you (I am referring to your other question).See question
Your US citizen brother can start petitioning for you. Will take about 10 years.See question
My employer or attorney is not giving it to me
I-94 - yes. I-797 is a general form number, it could be a receipt notice or an approval notice. Depends on the type of a case. If employment based case, the employer is the petitioner.See question
My mom is going to have a second interview since the first one got failed due to understanding English (while she passed the civics, reading and writing tests), I was wondering to know if an attorney goes with her to the interview it helps at all...
The attorney cannot answer the questions for her. The attorney can answer questions that deal with the legal theory of the case, but the personal once.See question