The policy announced recently by Obama should benefit you. It is scheduled to be implemented with in the next 80 days.
Based on a memo from the Obama Administration dated June 15, 2012, a new policy will be effective immediately; certain young people who were brought to the United States through no fault of their own as young children and who meet specific qualifications will not be removed from the United States or sent to the Immigration Court for removal proceedings. Those who can...
Discuss your personal situation with an immigration attorney. To much drama for this site. The only legal question you present is whether your husband can adjust regardless of the action you choose to take. The answer is, "yes," but there are requirements he will need to meet.
Filing federal tax returns is considered as evidence of good moral character. You did file and as long as you are current in your installment payments you will be fine. Submit your tax returns, the installment agreement and proof of payments of the installments.
First, more information is needed to determine that you are eligible to file the N-600. You are eligible if you became a permanent resident BEFORE you turned 18. If you did not become a permanent resident then you are not eligible. I am going to assume that you did become an LPR.
Provided that you are a USC through your mother then the N-600 is only a formality and you will not be denied. However, if you are not eligible for the N-600 you have some serious issues that may result in your...
The charges, if convicted, are a violation of the terms of your visa. Whether you qualify for a PD or you go with a private attorney, you need to make sure your criminal attorney understands immigration law and the consequences in your specific case. Your best option is an attorney who practices both criminal and immigration law and can protect your best immigration interests in the criminal court.
You need an I-864 and you will need a co or joint sponsor.
Depending on why your husband is illegal he may also need a waiver and should qualify under the provisional waiver program.
It sounds like you are going to need some assistance in filing. I suggest you find an experienced immigration attorney or look for a non profit organization that may assist you.
Yes. Once you marry you can file to sponsor your wife for permanent resident status.
My office is located across Southpoint Blvd. from the USCIS office in Jacksonville. Call us if you would like assistance in this process.
Kyndra L. Mulder, Esquire