First, I would not recommend that you share that much personal information (your name, receipt numbers, etc.) on an online public forum. Secondly, I would recommend hiring an immigration attorney to address the administrative processing and other problems with your case.
You are not eligible at this time. You must wait until you have been a lawful permanent resident for 3 years, and you must prove that you are still married to the same US citizen at the time that you apply for citizenship.
The online case status check function on the USCIS website is not always accurate. If you divorced while your application was pending, you are no longer eligible for Adjustment of Status based on that marriage. Therefore, the denial letter you received is the most accurate reflection of your current immigration status. Because your application for Adjustment of Status was denied, it is possible that you will be placed in removal proceedings. You need to meet with an immigration lawyer as soon...
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With the introduction of biometric passports, among other security measures, this scam will be uncovered in due course, with serious criminal and immigration repercussions for all parties involved (those using the passport, and those selling it.) People come to this country to find freedom, opportunity and stability. Those privileges are found in countries where there is rule of law, and people comply with that law, both out of a sense of personal moral responsibility and out of respect for...
That depends on whether you are going to stay with or divorce your spouse. If you stay, you cannot compel her to participate in the joint filing process. If you divorce, you may be eligible for a waiver of the joint filing requirement. Either way, you would be wise to discuss your options with an experienced immigration attorney. Best of luck!
Possibly. In certain cases, felonious assault can qualify as the underlying crime for a U-Visa application. The major hurdle to any U-Visa application is obtaining a law enforcement certification. Law enforcement officials are not required to sign it, and, in many instances, it is difficult to convince them to do so. Talk to a licensed immigration attorney in your area regarding the specifics of your case. Bring in the police reports for all the crimes of which you have been a victim, and be...
You may obtain a permanent green card based on divorce if your marriage to him was in good faith. This means that when you married him, it was for love rather than for an immigration benefit. Timing is crucial in cases involving divorce, because you cannot send your request for a waiver until you have a divorce decree in hand. Consult with an immigration attorney for advice tailored to your unique situation.
There is no specified time frame for administrative processing. It can take a few days, a few weeks, or a few months. The length of time has to do with how long it takes the consulate to conduct whatever investigation they are conducting.
You must disclose the arrest. The immigration consequences of an arrest will depend on the exact nature of the charge and disposition. Bring your court records to an experienced immigration attorney before taking any further steps.