married sept 18th , she is pregnant, she is here on a b2 visa which is soon to expire
Congratulations on both your marriage and pregnancy There are many good lawyers here on AVVO from northeast Ohio who can help you. Good luck.See question
I'm getting ready to submit an RFE for the I-864. The 2014 and 2013 tax returns I have do not equal to the 125% poverty line as I was graduating college and finding a better job at this time and no income to report in 2012. I added my wife and I's...
Include a clear letter from your employer confirming that you have a permanent job. It should state the salary and when you started working there. It should be clear that your job is full time and not temporary. Also include a copy of your last 3 pay stubs. Because your 2013 and 2014 taxes It sounds like your challenge will be to show that the job is permanent. When you eventually go to your interview, bring additional evidence to show you are still employed with that company - a new employment letter and recent pay stubs would be ok.See question
How long can you wait for a pending green card after interview before you make a case inquiry or info pass
Technically, you can schedule an InfoPass anytime you want. The better question is when should you. It would be a waste of time to do so within a few days. If you wait 30 days, I think the officer at the window would be motivated to help you find out what is delaying things.See question
Hello. I applied for renewal of my expired Indian passport in 2012 at the NY Consulate. It Is 2025 now and every time I go there, I always get the "it's in processing" talk. I even filed for them to cancel my renewal and to return my original ...
Unfortunately, the Indian embassy in New York is notorious for being very difficult. This is not an issue of U.S. immigration law, so this AVVO site may not be the best venue to get your question asked. My clients have generally been successful when they have proven to the Indian embassy that they have lawful status or lawful status pending in the U.S. If you have already done that, I cannot offer further help.See question
My wife petionned me to get my green card. We already went to the interview with USCIS back on January 2015. According to the USCIS we did not demonstrate enough evidence that our marriage is ligit. A couple of months later, ice agents came to my ...
Yes, you need an attorney. Assuming your marriage is legitimate, you have two options: appeal or refile the I-130 Petition. Either way, an experienced immigration attorney can help you develop sufficient evidence that your marriage is bona fide. Many of the good Ohio lawyers on this site could help you.See question
Does solicitation prostitution affect citizenship apply?
Yes. If you are convicted it does. There is a little known BIA case that minimizes the consequences. You should not be using AVVO for this. You need to speak directly to a good immigration attorney who is expert on the impact of criminal offenses on immigration benefit eligibility.See question
Came in Aug 2006 on F1. Finished school Dec 2011. Fell out of status April 2012 after graduating and being unable to return home (financial reasons). Wed to USC Spouse in Sept 2012. AOS denied Oct 2014. Am i facing a 3 or 10 year ban ? Can it be f...
It is possible that your ULP has not yet started. To be sure, you may need to talk to a good immigration lawyer. You say you fell out of status April 2012. Did you ever receive a notice from the USCIS telling you specifically that you were out of status. If so, an immigration attorney should examine that document. What does your October 2014 denial say. Again, an immigration attorney should examine it.See question
My I-751 status shows the message few mins back " New Card Is Being Produced". What does it means..?
Congratulations. It means your i-751 is approved and the conditions of your permanent residence are being lifted. They are producing your new green card.See question
My wife's H1B application got RFE. Her employer said they will response RFE in premium processing though her original H1B application was through regular processing. Is there a risk of denial if response of RFE is made in premium whereas original ...
I agree with my colleagues. Merely paying a premium for quicker processing should not jeopardize the application.See question
I was initially charged with shoplifting but charges were reduced to disorderly conduct and plead guilty for disorderly conduct. The case has been expunged and I have come to my home country. I would be going for dependent H4 visa stamping ... Wil...
First, you must disclose on the DS-160 form that you have been arrested and convicted of a crime. Second, you should bring with you to the interview your copy of the conviction record (before it was expunged). The consular officer who interviews you will almost certainly ask for a certified copy or at least a copy. Third, you should be prepared to honestly say why you were arrested. Shoplifting is a "crime involving moral turpitude". The fact that you were convicted only of disorderly conduct puts you in a grey area. I typically recommend that my clients carry with them a "pocket letter", a letter from a U.S. immigration attorney to the consular officer explaining why the conviction does not make the person inadmissible. Assuming you were sentenced to less than 6 months in jail, you are NOT inadmissible, but you should have documentation to show this was the case. At a minimum, you need a copy of your conviction records. If you do not have them, you will need to hire a lawyer to file a motion to unseal your criminal case and get a certified copy of your records.See question