Provided that you entered into the marriage in good faith, you can get your conditional status changed to that of a lawful permanent resident, even if you and your spouse got divorced. You will need to file form I-751 with very specific evidence. If your petition is prepared properly, there should be no problem with you being able to stay. If you want to avoid mistakes that could cause the denial of your case, hire an experienced immigration attorney. Best of luck!
Be mindful that under the Visa Waiver Program, she can only stay 90 days. No extensions of status or changes of status are possible on the VWP. Make certain that she does not overstay.
The K-1 should be filed in the UK. I would, however, recommend a consultation with an attorney before you proceed with any sort of filing.
Asylum is incredibly complex and you should hire an experienced immigration attorney to assist you. You should be aware that, with very limited exceptions, you must file for asylum within one year of arriving in the US. Because you have already been here for 7 months, you have a very limited amount of time to put together a strong case.
Based on what you describe above, you likely meet the criteria for VAWA. The law does not require that you had called the police on your abuser, but police reports are among the most compelling items of evidence a VAWA applicant can submit. That said, the evidenciary standard for VAWA is fairly lenient, and "any credible evidence" may be admissible. You would need very strong documentary evidence to show the abuse. The exact type of evidence will depend on the individual details of your case,...
You definitely can do something; you can hire an immigration lawyer. It is not too late to have an experienced advocate on your side who can utilize liaison channels to determine what is happening with your case.
This depends on the circumstances of your case. Custody cases are typically evaluated based on "the best interests of the child" so, in theory, it is possible that the judge could find that the child is better off with you than with his mother, despite your felony. Is it likely? Probably not. You need to consult with a family law attorney to determine what your options are as far as getting custody.
Being illegal will not necessarily bar you from having custody of your child. Many of my...
No one can reliably tell you what will be in the final law, how long it will take to pass, or whether it will pass at all. Anyone who is telling you otherwise is likely a fraudster who is looking to take off with your money. If you or your friends have case-specific immigration questions, I suggest that you consult with an immigration attorney.
You can obtain an audio recording of the proceedings before the IJ by contacting the clerk of the Immigration Court where the proceedings took place. I would not recommend that you take on a BIA appeal on your own. Hire an immigration attorney who can help obtain the necessary recordings and assist you in preparing an appeal.
If you have a multiple entry visa, you may attempt to come back. Remember, a visa does not guarantee that you will be admitted. It is merely a ticket to the US border, where a US immigration officer will decide whether you will be admitted. If you have specific questions or concerns regarding your return, I would recommend consulting with an attorney.
Your next step is to hire a competent immigration attorney with experience handling matters involving criminal convictions. Avvo is not a substitute for legal representation, and no attorney here can tell you what the consequences of the conviction may be until they have an opportunity to review the complete records of conviction. Gather certified criminal records for all the arrests, charges and convictions your boyfriend has faced and take them to an immigration attorney for an analysis of...