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David H. Stoller

Orlando Immigration Attorney.

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  1. Types of Relief & Eligibility

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. David H. Stoller
    2. Kyndra L. Mulder
    3. Jeffrey Adam Devore
    3 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. I think that the question that need to be asked here is why in the good lord's name did you apply for an immigration benefit for which you are clearly not qualified. Listen, I get it that you may want to remain here in the US, but doing it in a way that may likely result in you being sent to see an immigration judge (IJ) is a really thoughtless way to do so. The guidance which the government has issued with regards to whether a denied DACA application may result in...

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  2. Texas SC is approving I-140 at weird pace. 2 to 6 months.Irrespective of whats written on the site, any idea on their pace now?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Carl Michael Shusterman
    2. David H. Stoller
    3. Giacomo Jacques Behar
    3 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. Sounds like you may be spending too much time trying to read too much into the processing reports released by the Service Centers as to their pace of adjudicating applications. Each case is its separate entity. Truth is that you can send the same application to the same service center and it will be assigned to two different officers. Those different officers may work at different paces. Those officers may concentrate on different elements of the application....

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  3. Can a divorce cause me immigration problems?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Alberto Victor Batista
    2. Kyndra L. Mulder
    3. David H. Stoller
    4. F. J. Capriotti III
    4 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. This question of whether a divorce can create a problem is one that is common and one that is often misunderstood. As a general rule, divorce will not automatically cease your immigration status provided that you have already become a permanent resident. Let's make sure that this makes sense. If your spouse is a US citizen (USC) and has submitted a Form I-130 on your behalf seeking an immigrant visa application based on the marriage, that application would be...

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  4. Immigration question! Can someone please explain to me this by example for each if possible!

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. David H. Stoller
    2. Haroen Calehr
    3. Rebecca Cook Black
    3 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. I think that the answer to your question is not an explanation of the operative words in this provision of the code of federal regulations but it is instead to recommend that you hire an attorney. We are trained to figure these things out and we get paid to figure them out in a way that best serves the needs of our clientele. Working backward, it would appear to me that you have received a letter from Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) denying an application...

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  5. I-751 Removal of Condition question

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. David H. Stoller
    2. Jeffrey N Lisnow
    3. Elliot M.S. Yi
    3 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. I would first suggest that you find yourself another immigration attorney. You never want to provide a negative response to any question asked on any form which you file for an immigration benefit with the reasoning for that response is that the government should know about it so you do not need to tell them. So instead of wasting your time with someone who does not understand the possible negative implications that can arise depending on how responses to questions...

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  6. I accidentally applying for green card program that turn out as a scam more likely as a set up by the immigration offices,

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. David H. Stoller
    2. Robert Henry Beer
    3. Nancy M Robinett
    4. Giacomo Jacques Behar
    4 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. I would recommend that you discuss your case with an experienced immigration attorney and that you do that now. While I am not here to scare you, my job is to inform you and part of that information would be that you could be placed in removal proceedings if your applications are part of a larger investigation. At this point it is somewhat difficult to give you an idea of what may or may not happen because I do not know what you submitted and to whom it was...

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  7. I just got married with an American citizen,I entered in US legally about 10 years ago

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. David H. Stoller
    2. Susan Renee Bond
    3. Philip Alan Eichorn
    3 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. Sounds to me like the answer to your question is that you would appear qualified to apply. This is one of those circumstances where the law makes little sense, but it is what we have. Let me explain. The way that the law is written, most individuals applying for resident status here in the US must establish that the individual is validly maintaining non immigrant status (or some other qualifying status) at the time that the application for adjustment of status is...

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  8. Please can someone help

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Giacomo Jacques Behar
    2. Kyndra L. Mulder
    3. David H. Stoller
    4. Brian Lee Michael Balaguera
    5. Raphael Samuel Moore
    5 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. The answer is that there is no answer. Although CIS does adjudicate most of its asylum cases on a fairly expedited basis, the truth is that there is no time period during which CIS MUST adjudicate a claim. Some time ago, the government put into force a system whereby most asylum applications are adjudicated within 180 days of submission. And while this is not a requirement, it is a policy that CIS has put in place and a policy that for the most part is complied...

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  9. My husband had his I 160 appointment in Cuidad Juarez on feb. 28 they dident take his passport why? and how long will this take

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. David H. Stoller
    2. Andre R. Olivie
    3. Luis Alberto Guerra
    3 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. A few things are clear, this process takes a long time and it is really confusing. No one ever seems to know exactly what is going on and I am sure that you and your spouse are quite frustrated. Let’s discuss the basics on processing and perhaps this will give you some answers on what to expect. I am making a few assumptions when it comes to your inquiry. I am assuming that you are a US citizen or a lawful permanent resident, that your spouse has an approved...

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  10. How long does it take USCIS to reply back after responding to "NOTICE TO INTEND TO DENY?" I responded before deadline was due.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Eric M. Mark
    2. David H. Stoller
    3. Giacomo Jacques Behar
    4. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    4 lawyer answers

    Thanks for your inquiry. I would recommend that hiring an Immigration Attorney at this point is probably a good idea. Truth is that your case can take a really long time to finalize and instead of waiting for CIS to do what it wants to do when it wants to do it, I would suggest that speaking to an attorney may get your case back on the right track and sooner rather than later. Here is the deal. CIS has some issues with the validity of the marriage and there are some issues with your...

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