They need to go back to their home country and apply for H4 visas. They are accruing Unlawful Presence so they must leave before they accrue 180 days of Unlawful Presence. Otherwise they will be subject to a bar of inadmissibility. Either that or if you can file a new adjustment if status under a new basis before they have accrued 180 days of being out of status or working without authorization then that may be an option although probably the riskier option. You need to consult with your...
EB3. For purposes of qualifying for EB2 as BA plus 5 you cannot use work experience to reach the equivalent of a US BA degree.
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Siskind Susser Law Firm
If the couple has been married for more than 2 years at the time the foreign national first enters the US on an immigrant visa or at the time their application for Adjustment of Status in the US is approved then the foreign national should receive a 10-year permanent resident card. If they have been married for less than 2 years at that time then they should receive a 2-year conditional card.
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Siskind Susser Law Firm
There is no grace period within which to file the change of status. So if you are not able to file the application for the change of status before you are terminated, then you are out of status. However USCIS has the discretion to accept the untimely filed change of status and can approve it despite the gap in status. If your L-2 is approved then you will not have been out of status during the period when the application was pending.
If you get an RFE you should consult with an attorney on...
The same social security number can be used to apply for school. The social security number does not grant you any authorization to work or go to school. You would have such authorization, or not have authorization, based upon your particular immigration status or a valid employment authorization card issued to you by USCIS.
I agree with the answers the other lawyers have given and add that you should consult with an immigration lawyer. There may be other options available for your brother to come to the US sooner such as an employment-based visa. If you consult with an attorney they should be able to go through your brother's specific situation and determine what other options might be available.
Also, it should be noted that it doesn't matter what your brother's age is. The wait for a sibling of a US citizen...
You must be married before your wife can petition for you and you can apply for residency. There is no immigration paperwork that is required before you marry. The F-1 does not impact the process of marriage or your ability to apply for residency, but the marriage could impact your ability to extend your F-1 or to travel on the F-1. If you will need to travel before becoming a permanent resident you should consult an immigration lawyer before making travel plans. An immigration lawyer can...
Once a foreign national has been granted Permanent Resident status, the petitioner and any co-sponsors cannot withdraw their Affidavits of Support. The AOS remains enforceable until the foreign national becomes a US citizen, until they have worked in the US for at least 40 quarters, or until either the foreign national or the petitioner/sponsor dies. If the foreign national becomes a public charge and receives public funding that they are not eligible for, such as welfare payments or food...