I agree with my colleague. You should contact other attorneys and inquire as to what fees they charge for your case. Be careful of using notarios who claim they can file your papers but will only steal your money and make false promises. You can ask the attorney for her/his bar number and check to see if s/he is licensed in the US. Good luck.
I agree with my colleague. It means that the package you sent to the USCIS address on the Instructions examined it for its content and probably already issed you a receipt for the petition and application. The package is more than likely sent to the local USCIS office where your mother will probbaly next get a USCIS notice for biometrics if one has not already been done. Good luck.
I agree with my colleague. You should collect all of the information related to the criminal adjudication and sentence completion and consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can provide you with a legal opinion as to what consequences, if any, this event has on your ability to naturalizae.
You will need to qualify for a legal status that will enable you to work. You can review the spific methods on the USCIS web site as to the ways an alien can gain permission to work through either a nonimmigrant work visa, an employment authorization document or through permanent residency. Often, having an applicatioin in process will permit you to secure a work authorization document while the application is pending. The SSN with "valid for work only" was instituted as part of the reforms to...
You should consult with an attorney who has experience assisting VietNam era deserters as to what benefits can be obtained in the US. This was an active area of law about ten years ago when many deserters who had become residents in Canada wished to return to the US because of illness to parents etc... I am transfering your post to the military law section for comment.
The United States Federal Government has set up protocols to recognize legal marriages from other countries. If you are claiming that a person within the United States is trying to marry adn he is already married I would suggest you contact a local divorce / family attorney who can examine the facts of your case and provie you with a legal opinion as to your available options
I agree with my colleagues. Your ex husband needs to contact an experienced immigration attorney who can advocate for him to the Federal Government and to the Immigration Court. The attorney can examine his immigration history and his criminal adjudication to provide a legal opinion as to what forms of immigration relief he may have available to him based on existing law. Good luck.
If you file the correct documents with supporting evidence as requested in the Instructions, the local USCIS office states :
Field Office Processing Dates for Dallas TX as of: September 30, 2011
Form Form Name Processing Timeframe:
I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status 4 Months
I agree with Attorney Shustrman. The main concern is the false information provided on the I-485 application. You should contact an experienced immigration attorney who can examine the facts of your case and provide you with a legal opinion as to what options you currently have that can serve to increase you liklihood of being able to secure immigration benefits in the future. Good luck.
I agree with my colleagues. if you are facing a criminal charge in WPB you need to contact a criminal attorney (or PD) and obtain a legal opinion as to the charge and its effect on your ability to secure a job. (I think that was the basis of your question)