Hi hope that you are well. Please call an attorney depending on his situation (his status, especially if he has previous orders) one has to move FAST. There's a lot of information that the attorney will need in order to come up with the best game plan but I agree with the above stated, tell him not to sign anything for the time being. Good luck...and act fast.
Hi! Even though you entered legally in order to file for your adjustment you need to be either have maintained legal status in the US from the time you entered to the time you file for the adjustment or you must have 245i protection. You might also be eligible for the provisional waiver...you should talk to an attorney before you file. Good Luck!
Hi hope you are well. Blanket l petitions could only be filed for employees at are outside the us. Of your employer wants to petition for you while you are in the us ten he will need to file an i129. The other option is that you step out and do consulate processing on the blanket petition. Hope this helps! Good luck!
Hi! I'm assuming this I 130 was filed although the person couldn't adjust? And now the provisional waiver is available. I would make sure first of all that the I 130 is valid. If so I would contact the nvc. Once the 130 is approved you could pay the waiver fee and file. Hope that helps! Good luck!
Hi hope that you are well. From the information given it sounds like your friend petitioned for her husband while he was abroad. In order for him to be approved he will have to do so through consulate processing. What that means is that, when he enters the US he will already enter as a resident and therefore will NOT have to file an I485. That stated, this is based on the fact that my assumptions are correct. She might want to call an attorney and get a more concrete answer. Thank you and...
We're you scheduled in tha Tampa office. I ask because they are running a pilot program and shut down for a week?! That's why they are rescheduling. I don't know how long they will take to reschedule the interview usually about 2 to 4 weeks is my experience in Florida....good luck!
Hi hope that you are well. Your question is really general. Is there is a reason why you are worried that USCIS will deny your application. Perhaps beginning there would lead to a more focused question. Best of luck!