MY I-485 INTERVIEW THAT DIDN'T GO WELL CAUSE I DID NOT GO WITH MY EX WIFE CAUSE WE ARE NO LONGER IN CONTACT BUT I'M RE-MARRIED AGAIN AND I'M CURRENTLY RE-FILING MY PAPERS. BEFORE MY INTERVIEW I TRIED TO POSTPONE IT BECAUSE I KNEW I WASN'T WITH MY ...
There is obviously a long history to this matter and you would have done well to retain an experienced immigration attorney to handle your first case before USCIS. Don't make the mistake again. Consult with experienced immigration counselSee question
I am B2 visitor ( not Cuban) and married 4 months after I entered to US , my wife is Cuban who is paroled and waiting to apply green card under CAA. We know we can apply together after 1 year under CAA. My question, my visa will expire 2 months l...
I don't think the issue is as black and white as my colleagues make it out to be. The Courts and Board of Immigration Appeals have long held that a desire to remain in the U.S. permanently in accordance with the law should the opportunity present itself in the future, is not necessarily inconsistent with lawful nonimmigrant status,. In short, it all depends on how you present the application.
Once you fall out of status it is extremely difficult to get back into status. I suggest you consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the specific facts of your case, recommend a course of action, and advise you how best to proceed.See question
I submitted I-130 for my brother in January 2013 and this case with California service center (processing cases from 2011). is there any possible way to expedite the process or transfer it to Texas service center (processing cases from 2014). I...
Generally speaking, 4th preference petitions are low priority for USCIS since no benefit is immediately available. However, the fact that refugee registration will become available if the petition is approved is a reasonable basis to request expedited processing. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and advise you how best to proceed.See question
I came on c1 d visa on April 2014, govt announce tps for Nepal illegal imegriant in USA so if I take tps and take travel document from uscis how much chances I have that immigration officer at airport will allow me to come back in USA and doing...
As an alien granted TPS you are eligible for a work permit and travel authorization (advance parole). Assuming you travel and are otherwise admissible, the fact that you were previously admitted using your C-1/D visa will not prevent you from being paroled into the United States upon your return. How that will effect your eligibility for adjustment of status will depend on the specific facts of your case.
C-1/D visa issues are very complicated. You should consult with an immigration attorney who has experience dealing with them. Click on the link below for more information.See question
I married with Cuban citizen he had green card when I filed for abuse spouse petition. My petition was approved. Now I filed for green card. Priority date for considering my I 485 will be based on the fact that husband is green card holder or Cuba...
Until recently, USCIS took the position that the beneficiary of a VAWA petition (I-360) whose abuser was a lawful permanent resident was subject to the preference system and had to wait until their second preference priority date became current prior to applying for adjustment of status. This was true even when the abuser was a Cuban national and the beneficiary would have typically been eligible to apply for adjustment under the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA) without the need for a priority date because of the requirement that a non-Cuban beneficiary be residing with his or her spouse.
However, on June 19, 2015 USCIS changed its position and is now interpreting the CAA so that it does not require the beneficiary to continue to reside with the abusive Cuban spouse (or parent). Applications can be filed up two two years after a divorce provided certain conditions have been met.
You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney who is familiar with these provisions. The attorney can review your case and advise you how best to proceed.
A friend of mine entered in country on tourist visa couple of months ago and was arrested at airport due to outstanding warrant on criminal charges, he was handed over to the state with a detainer on him. his court case got dismissed and charges ...
Generally speaking, the answer to your question really depends upon whether he was admitted to the United States when taken into custody or paroled. If the authorized stay has expired then he should address it immediately. If not, then since he was entering as a tourist he should depart prior to expiration unless he applies for an extension of stay. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney for case specific advice.See question
IS OK OR A GOOD THING TO FILE THE FOLLOW WEEK? MY WIFE HAS BEEN ILLEGAL IN THE COUNTRY FOR OVER FIVE YRS......WE WANT GO SOME WHERE OUT OF THE COUNTRY FOR OUR HONEY MOON. CAN I FILE THE SAME WEEK?
Theoretically you can file immediately after celebrating your marriage. Is that always the the best thing to do? Not necessarily. It depends upon the facts of the case and even more so if you are considering travelling internationally. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and advise you how best to proceed.See question
I married my ex husband in 2010 in our country of origin but I am a U.S. citizen. After his plane ticket to come here was bought, certain things & events occurred between his sister & I in reference to him. I refused him when he arrived 02/2012...
There is obviously a long history to this matter which this forum cannot do justice. Suffice it to say, if you remarry you husband for love you can certainly re-petition for him, but should expect extra scrutiny. Additionally, the fact that he is before the Immigration Court changes how the case is processed by the government. Failure to properly follow the process can lead to an order of removal.
You and your ex-spouse should consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the facts of the case with you, advise you as to the options available, and recommend how best to proceed.See question
Hello. I got married in December. We apply for my green card. In February my husband went to prison. I have an interview in 20 days. What should I do??
USCIS cannot deny a marriage petition solely because your husband is in prison and unable to attend the interview if you can establish that your marriage was entered into in good faith. However, this is an unusual situation and the USCIS officer will probably be uninformed about this and look at your case as an easy one to deny because your husband has failed to appear and testify in support of the petition he has filed. There are also affidavit of support issues that need to be considered.
This is not something you should be handling alone. If you are not represented by an attorney or have lost confidence in your attorney, you should consult with and retain an immigration attorney who has experience dealing with this issue immediately. Time is of the essence.See question
Parents divorced, live in southern Africa, have British citizenship. Retired with property, bank acct etc overseas.
The answer to your question will depend on their intent a the time of travel, i.e. whether they can establish non-immigrant intent which is required of bona fide visitors. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney for more information.See question