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 ...
There is always a risk of denial, however, it will NOT be denied merely for "upgrading": to premium processingSee question
Hello. I have been a permanent resident for 5 years. I applied for citizenship a couple of month ago and just received a letter for my interview. Among the documents I was asked to bring are: Any evidence of Selective service registration. The pr...
You did not have to register in my opinion
Some non-citizens are required to register. Others are not. Non-citizens who are not required to register with Selective Service include men who are in the U.S. on student or visitor visas, and men who are part of a diplomatic or trade mission and their families. Almost all other male non-citizens are required to register, including undocumented immigrants, legal permanent residents, and refugees. The general rule is that if a male non-citizen takes up residency in the U.S. before his 26th birthday, he must register with Selective Service. For a more detailed list of which non-citizens must register, see Who Must Register - Chart .
i am filling for adjustment of status from fiancee visa to green card,so is the form i-864 of the sponsor and co -sponsor be on same file with the form i-485 and other documents or should the co-sponsor send his form i-864 separately,thanks.
send together, uscis will likely to know what to do with it if you send sepratelySee question
My husband is waiting to hear back from the NVC or an appointment in Montreal. Wrist submitted his DS-260 and paid the fees. How much longer until he gets a greencard? Thanks for any help
Did he submit all the require documents and affidavit of support? if not, you will not get an interview anytime soonSee question
Is the date of the arrest relevant?
Yes and yes
it may even lead to revocation of the green card depending on the situationSee question
As a master of architecture student in university of Cincinnati we have this cooperative program which through school we work in architecture office every other semester, and it is a paid position. Currently, I am working with the school issued w...
if you act VERY quickly, your employer may be able to file an H-1b visa for you. otherwise, it is doubtful you can get work authorization. Talk to your DSO and Ron Cushing
I need legal advice for divorce and affidavit of support .
It is usually enforceable in Ohio, the I-864
Davis v. Davis, 2004 WL2924344 (Ohio Ct. App. Dec. 17, 2004).
So I went in and had my biometrics taken for i485 and i765. The gentleman who was doing them casually started a conversation with some other lady in the middle of the process and I'm pretty sure that he skipped a step. I didn't think much of it th...
they are contractors, but if you had an issue contact USCISSee question
Isn't there any problem with it?
You must first become a permanent resident of the usa ( green card) . Then you can become a citizen if you meet the requirements . USA does not recognize dual citizenship fr their citizensSee question
hello all, i have a quick question: my girlefriend have a flony 5 .. does it affect our i130 or i485 application? ? does bad record affect green card application?
If you girlfriend is a US citizen it will not affect t the case, especially if you are aware of it. USCIS may try to say it affects credibility, but that can easily be overcome by telling the truth when questioned about itSee question