In the DACA application it says to list all SSNs used. Should I include the SSN they gave me when I first came to the U.S, it says not valid for work on it. Though I was able to use it for work a few years ago. Should I just leave it off my applic...
ALL means ALL so yes. Failure to disclose any I formation requested may lead to a negative decision if found to be an intentional failure to disclose in order to mislead the government. This is a form of fraud and may lead to your being found inadmissible.See question
I am outside the country at this point supporting my mother through a terminal disease. I did not file for re-entry permit before I left. Between two trips I have spent more than 180 days outside the country and I plan to return to the US now ( my...
The time will not be counted toward your naturalization however you may be granted a re entry permit if you can show the reason for your long absence with documentation. This is not a guarantee either as nothing in your situation prevented you from taking care of your immigration situation in a timely manner. You may want to contact the US Consulate in the country where you are currently residing.See question
What should l expect from the interview?
The questions you will be asked at the interview will depend greatly on your situation. An experienced immigration attorney will go over the interview process with you including the questions you will be asked based on your situation. Therefore, yes. It may be wise to retain an attorney.See question
What is the filling fee of application for green card after 1 year admitted in USA through approved petition of I 730 as Dependant/Derivative of refugee or family of refugee ? is there no fee for this category ?
The website www.USCIS.gov/forms will provide you with all the information you need. Read the instructions for the forms carefully as well as the fee structure.See question
I entered US with a B2 visa,met and fell in love with a citizen girl here,can i get married here and get a green card without leaving the US? or do i need to go back and apply K2 visa? which way is faster for me to get the green card so i can sta...
It is best that you consult with an e peri ended immigration attorney in private. There are many details that need to be discussed.See question
When applying for adjustment of status, I know that i am subject to a FBI name check. I was in a situation where a police officer pulled my friend and I over (my friend was driving and I was in the passenger seat) and found a small amount of marij...
it may show up and may be considered by the USCIS to make you inadmissible. You haven't supplied any details in order to advise you. I strongly suggest you seek the advice of an experienced immigration attorney before filing for any benefit with the USCIS or NVC.
Also, be careful what you post on a public forum. You just made an admission on line that is accessible to anyone.
I am from the UK and currently have a b2 visa which expires very soon (due to some driving offences 10 years ago). Now the ESTA VWP has changed its questions, I can truthfully answer no to all questions. I have never been denied a visa, just told ...
No wise attorney can answer a specific question such as this without more information. To do so would be reckless and possibly mal practice. For questions specific to your situation seek the advice of an experienced attorney via a personal consultation.See question
My daughter is now 17 and has been living with me in the US for 15 years. She has a social security card (with "not valid for employment") on it and has not been out of the US since I brought her over. Her legal father is in Canada and has no cont...
Unless you are a USC there are restrictions to living working and even getting a DL in the USA. Your daughter's birth should have been registered at the U.S. Consulate with inq one year after she was born. Since it was not u til you take steps to obtain prof of citizenship for her she has no evidence that she is a USC. I strongly suggest that you do so before she turns 18.See question
I am a US citizen and my wife and 3 years old child are Immigrants.. I had a joint sponsor when I applied for their Immigrant Visa, Is it possible to apply for the WIC? or the joint sponsor will be in trouble?
"Means Tested," is defined as a benefit that has an income cap to qualify for participation. It is also defined as a benefit that is paid for by the tax payer. This being said some benefits that are both of the foregoing may not be considered means tested. However WICA is. When you signed the affidavit of support and your co sponsor signed the same the two of you entered into a contract with the government where-in you stated that you have sufficient income to support the immigrant and that the tax payer would not have to do so. Should you apply and receive WICA the government may seek to recover the cost from you and the co sponsor. It is also possible that you will not qualify for the program. For further advice you may want to consult with the Department of Children and Families in your area.See question