Hi hope that you are well. This does not mean that the case is denied, it means its pending. Additionally, many times I have found that the status update on the website might not be up to date. Give it time. If a considerable amount of time (I would say 60 days) pass and you hear nothing from USCIS then do an infopass. Best of luck.
Hi hope that you are well. There is no expiration period for criminal cases. If you have a criminal history there are crimes that will make you inadmissible to the US. There ARE waivers for some of them but not others. Its best that you consult the specifics of your case with an immigration attorney in order to be best prepared. I wish you luck.
Hello, you need to talk to an immigration attorney in order to get all the adequate facts. However, that stated you could for immediate present file to extend your B visa and buy yourself some time while you figure out the next step with help from an attorney. Best regards to you and best of luck!
Hi! Hope you are well. Unfortunately, the answer to your question is probably, no. The fact that you have a pending immigrant case shows that you have intention to remain in the US and therefore based on that intent your F visa will probably be denied.
Hello, hope you are well. In order to answer your question I would need more information. However, you might be able to adjust your status inside the US if you have maintained your status or if you have 245i protection. You should see an immigration attorney in order to go over your case in detail. If you do adjust here the greencard application (I485) will likely cost $1070 per person, in filing fees. Best of luck to you!
Hello, hope that you are doing well. For EB-2 when it comes to BS + 5 years prog. exp. the 5 years have to come from another job other than the job that is doing the EB2 for you. Please talk to an attorney right away. These PERM cases are won at the beginning. If the PERM is not done correctly at the beginning the whole case falls apart. Best of luck to you!
Hello, hope that you are well. Unfortunately you might find yourself in a situation where you will have to find another co sponsor. That stated, it is plausible and doable, so nothing is lost. You should meet with attorney so that they could advise you on how to do this most effectively. Best of luck to you!
Hi hope that you are well. You really need to hire an attorney. I would first argue that even if USCIS gave you a K 4 erroneously you still entered the country with a visa and that makes you eligible to adjust based on the already approved I 130. In the alternative, I would argue that court proceedings should be terminated anyways so that you could adjust using the provisional waiver. You really need to go have a consult with an experienced immigration attorney. Best of luck to you!
Hello hope you are well. You will need to file a marriage petition with USCIS if he entered with a B visa and has an I-94. It seems from what you have stated that the process might be smooth, however, if you are nervous, which you seem like you are, you should always contract an immigration attorney to make sure that things get done properly. That attorney will also be able to represent you at the marriage interview that you will have to face. Hope this helps. Good luck.