You should make an appointment with an immigration attorney as soon as possible. Preferably before your trip to Mexico. There are a lot of questions that an attorney will ask you such as the reasons for your boyfriends removal and whether he's eligible for a waiver. Good luck!
Yes, re-entry after a removal order is a big problem. The government can charge your husband with a federal criminal offense and he will have serious immigration consequences for re-entry after removal. In order to properly analyze all of the consequences he faces, you should make an appointment with a local immigration attorney so that you're aware of all possibilities.
You should seek the advice of an immigration attorney as soon as possible. Generally speaking, if you made a legal entry into the US and enter a marriage with a US citizen you may be able to obtain a green card as long as there are no other admissibility issues. An immigration attorney can also speak with you about possibly withdrawing your asylum application without prejudice. These are very important decisions that should be presented to an immigration attorney prior to you making any...
I agree with the previous answers. An immigration attorney in Georgia will be able to give you more insight on the likelihood of bond being granted based on all of the facts surrouding your boyfriend's case. Go ahead and gather supporting documents such as birth certificates for your boyfriend and any children, evidence of physical presence in the U.S. and copies of criminal dispositions. This will help the attorney when reviewing the case. Good luck!
It's worth having a consultation with an attorney to make sure there are no issues with your adjustment. It seems as if you have strong evidence of a bona fide marriage, however that is one out of many other requirements. Schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney to go over all of the facts of your case, this can save you a lot of time and money in the future. Good luck!
Generally yes, your mother can file for her son who is unmarried and over 21 years old. There is a long wait time and visa availability is subject to change. See the link for the national visa center below so that you can get a better understanding on current wait times and how long it would be if she becomes a US citizen.
I agree that it is highly unlikely that you will get in trouble. However, there may be some options to either get the mother back to the U.S. or obtain legal status for the child. Find an experienced immigration attorney near you to discuss any possibility of either of these options. Good luck!
You should contact an immigration lawyer to make sure that you don't make any costly mistakes on your applications. Generally,you may submit evidence of your expected income for this year with the application (check stubs, letter verifying employment). You may also supplement your new tax information at the time of the adjustment interview when that is scheduled in a few months. Once again, I strongly encourage you to find a local immigration attorney to go over all the specifics associated...
Your mother who is a U.S. citizen cannot petition for your Jamaican girlfriend. If you've been a permanent resident for 20 years you're eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship. Please make sure to speak with an immigration attorney about your application to make sure there aren't any problems before filing for your naturalization. If you're worried about the processing time, most of my clients in Atlanta are having their naturalization interviews within three to four months after filing....
Agree with my colleages above. The DACA process started out with quick approvals within two to three months but has slowed down significantly. I have a number of clients with similar facts who are still waiting on an approval.