It is advisable that any person denied benefits consult with an experienced Social Security attorney for a legal opinion as to the options available to the claimant based on the facts of the case. SSA has a specific procedure for appealing a denial so it is best to contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible to preserve any righst of appeal or reconsideration available to the person. Good luck.
If you are a US Citizen, you can possibly file for him his I-485 and I-130 to be able for him to become a permanent resident. He can then apply for a work permit that will enable him to get a Social Security Card.He should contact an experienced immigrationa ttorney who can examine the full facts of his case and provide a legal opinion as to what immigration relief, if any, he can qualify for. You may qulaify for legal services to be able to assist you with this and it is possible that the...
The failure to be completely honest in the application and interview process will result in a denial of immigration benefits now or at a later date when the fraud is determined. Every form has a signature line with an attestation that clearly states the implications of false statements.
I agree with Attorney Mulder. You need to seek the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney. The Federal Government will have an attorney advocating on their behalf and it is advisable to have an attorney also in your corner. Good luck.
The fiancial proof must be current and show accurately the finances available. It would best best to submit the actual bank statements for your mother. With respect to the SEVIS fees and related issues you should refer to the excellent ICE fact sheet on the SEVIS process. Good luck.
Current immigration law specifically states that children such, as your son, cannot petition for undocumented parents until they reach 21.Your best option is to contact an experienced immigration attorney who can examine your complete immigration history to see if there exists any possible immigration relief. good luck. Be careful of using a notario who may promise to fix your papers but will only steal your money and make false promises.
The criteria for qualifying for the e-filing for the I-765 is found on the USCIS web site. http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=c646065d85cee010VgnVCM1000000ecd190aRCRD&vgnextchannel=9059d9808bcbd010VgnVCM100000d1f1d6a1RCRD
The time to secure an EAD is usually cut by a short period through e-filing as it cuts out the mailing, delivery, and entry by a USCIS data processor into the queue.
The letter from the national Visa center indicates taht the previously filed I-130 now has reached in priority date so more than likely a immigrant visa is current and available. My colleagues are correct that there is a process called substitution of deceased petitioner under INA § 213A(f)(5)(B). This would bests be done with the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney who can examine the facts of case and provide legal assistance. Good luck.
You need to contact an experienced immigration attorney who can examine your complete immigration and recent events to determine if you meet the standard necessary to be able to obtain a U visa. Whether an alien qualifies for a U visa is not possible through the examination of a posting. Good luck.
Canada and the United States have an agreement called Canada-United States Safe Third Country
Agreement (STCA) that specifically states that Canada and the US agree that the other is a safe third country and thus a person who lands in the US or Canada is to request asylum protection in the first of the two they arrive in. It is derived from the rush to the Canadian border several years ago when asylum seekers who were denied in the US went to Canada for a second try. I was a Canadian...