I am trying to get a job, however my Green Card is expired and I've lost it. I have a current state ID and a valid ssn card....my passport is expired. I went to infopass????? and they said that I would need my receipt (to replace the card), 2 pa...
You can get an I-551 stamp in your passport that serves as temporary evidence that you have permanent resident status. However, the local USCIS office seems to want to see a receipt notice that you have applied for a new green card. There is a form that you can file with USCIS for a replacement greencard which is what you need to file. Employers need to complete a Form I-9 which require specific documents, and they cannot accept expired passports. Therefore, you might also want to renew your passport.See question
what is the procedure once the LLC is incorporated, to have a business visa ? since I and partner will run the company in the US. My intention is to become permanent resident and become an American citizen. The LLC will be well capitalized. ($200...
You will first need to have a nonimmigrant visa such as H-1B, L-1, E-2 or other, and then begin the process for the green card. There may be several options for you depending upon your work history, education, and nationality. Therefore, you should consult an attorney to understand your options and then work with one to prepare and process the necessary applications.See question
In october 2009 I was convicted of petty theft and had to pay a $1,000 fine and be on probation for 2 years. Does that mean after October 2011 I no longer have to answer yes to this question?
It sounds like you have to answer yes to this question as it really means have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor. If you have, then the requirement to answer yes doesn't end with the end of the probation.See question
My husband has his EB3 I-485 pending, possibly will be current in October. He filed when he was single, hence I am not on his petition. We learned about Follow To Join procedure and plan to do that after he is approved. My question is, is it a pro...
You should be eligible to follow-to-join with proof that the marriage occurred prior to your husband getting the approval of his permanent resident status (I-485 application). You might also send in a letter to USCIS with proof of the marriage now, but will likely have to file an application to notify US consulate to follow-to-join. You should consult with an attorney to make sure this is done properly.See question
I am on H1B visa, working as a researcher at a leading DC-based public policy think tanks. Originally from Afghanistan, I frequently brief and lecture to senior military and government people on the security issues in the region. I'd like to apply...
The green card based upon NIW or Extraordinary ability takes 6 - 12 months from the time filed with the USCIS. Yes, you can file 2 immigrant visa petitions at the same time - - one for NIW and one for extraordinary ability. You should definitely consult with immigration attorney to be successful on these petitions. I am located in DC and would be happy to do a consultation with you.See question
I am a greencard holder with 2 minors 11 and 15 is there anyway i could file for residency for my kids, or do i have to wait until i become a us citizen
You should determine if they should have or could have derived permanent resident status when you obtained yours. If not, then you should consult an attorney to determine if there is any other way depending on the facts of your case.See question
one of the child is turning 21 years within 4 months.
Yes, but I would consult an experience attorney for the strategy of doing this to be successful with all family members.See question
What other legal citizenship matters should we be aware of.
Yes, we have worked with others retiring to Caymans and other locations and deal with citizenship and expatriation mattersSee question
DMV will not take my birth certificate because it is not from the us
File a Form I-90 to get a replacement green card. Form is on www.uscis.gov.See question
I am aware that CPT is for F1.
No, you need to be F-1 student to get CPT or OPTSee question