im from itay and i am US citizen and i have just my us passport but is expired so is that proof or no please help i have interview for i 485 and i130 ?
The passport has to be valid to be able to be used as proof of citizenship.See question
I am a USC living 15 yrs in Cayman. Jamaican husband; married 5 years. He has non-immigrant 10 yr visa granted 2014 from US Embassy in Kingston. I am going to transfer permanently from my company in Cayman to the US. My thoughts are to have him e...
What you described is legally called "preconceived intent", and immigration does not like it. One of the things you need for an adjustment of status is a favorable use of discretion, and immigration can use a finding or preconceived intent against you at the time of exercising discretion. However, the Board of Immigration Appeals has said that generally preconceived intent alone SHOULD NOT be the grounds for a denial of an adjustment of status.
On the other hand, if your husband decides to do the adjustment of status after being in the United States with a tourist visa, then there is no preconceived intent. In any event do not file for the adjustment of status before being here for 60 days since normally it will create a rebuttable presumption that there was preconceived intent. You should consult directly with an experienced immigration lawyer to develop a strategy on your case.
I am a resident alien. Never got in trouble before or after. I'm 70 years old
It depends on two main factors: the date of the conviction, and what you were convicted for. You need to get your criminal record and final court disposition for the conviction and meet with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.See question
I came USA first time in 29 November 2010 and left USA in 29 March 2011. Again I entered USA in 1st November 2011 and left USA within 18 days because of my brother's severe health issue in India. I never gave my greencard back and now I intend to ...
According to what you say, it seems that your green card is still valid. The problem if that once after you use it to enter the United States, the officer may say that you abandoned your permanent residence in the United States. If that's the case you will be paroled into the United States, but will have to go in front of an immigration judge that show that you did not abandoned your residency. Normally an absence of more than one year is presumed to cause an abandonment of your residence, although there are some exceptions if you can you that you had the intention to return to the United States once after the occurrence of certain event, which in your case you could argue that was the recovery of your brother. You should definitely speak to an immigration lawyer in person, or via skype to analyze your case more in depth.See question
I am a nursing student and I created a very effective weight loss program and would like to build my compagny around that. it's just a start up, no money to invest. Most of is a service, another way of teaching people on how to diet again.
Unless you have received Optional Practical Training (OPT), you may not work in the United States while in F-1 status.See question
i know deportees that have criminal records that has a card of deportation to cuba have to report but i want to know how many times does he have to report?
It's up to the deportation officer. Normally they have to report every year, or every 6 months, but it can be vary and the person has to report as scheduled or face being placed in detention.See question
My i485 was based on i140 was denied 8 years ago from than I had been appealing, ,my questions is can I apply for a new I 485 as I read somewhere that if it is because the lawyer mistake I can still apply for a fresh I 485
More information is required to be able to evaluate your legal options. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to review your case.See question
I entered my academic program with a J-1 visa but later I returned to my home country and got an F-1 visa instead. I graduated with the F-1 visa this year. I understand that a holder of a J-1 visa needs to return to his/her home country before com...
Not all persons in J-1 are subject to the 2 year foreign residency requirement. Check your visa stamp to be sure. If in doubt you can request an advisory opinion from the Department of State before you file for a waiver. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.See question
Hi there, will immigration deny your case of they asked for documents and you send them a week after the deadline? Thank you
The case is not automatically denied, but they may adjudicate the case based on the evidence they have on the record.See question