It's been a year and yet i haven't had an appointment. What should i do beside waiting!!!?
The most recent posted processing times for the Chicago Asylum Office shows more than two years between filing and interview. There are some ways to speed up the process that we share with our clients.See question
You can receive the visa in your passport before the October 1 start date, but you will not be able to use the visa to enter the U.S. until it becomes effective. The consulate can make the visa effective up to ten days before October 1 so that you can get settled in before you can start working on October 1.See question
I have recently applied for I-140 which is approved a few days ago. Now I need to file for the adjustment of the status (I-485) but I want to marry with my fiancee who is not in the US. Now I have two options get an AP and get married and apply fo...
You are fortunate to have several options and smart to seek out legal counsel to help you figure out which works best. No one can give you legal advice in a forum like this. You need to consult with an attorney to obtained advice specific to your situation and that is based on all of the relevant details of your situation.See question
Im F-1 who so granted TPS for 18 months due to the war in Yemen, I want to keep my F-1 status and maintain it (just in case after 18 month TPS expired) and in the same time I want to work full-time, would that contradict with the requirements of ...
According to recent guidance issued by USCIS, this question is determined on a case-by-case basis. If you are not sure whether working with a TPS-based work permit will violate your F-1 status, you should consult with an experienced immigration attorney or the DSO at your school. The attorney who helped with your TPS application may also have advice for you. Keep in mind that you may be eligible for hardship-based work authorization as an F-1- this is something your DSO can help you with.See question
My I-140 is already approved but I have still no filed I-485. Now if I do any legal things here what status I will be on (my status was J1 before filing I-140). I want to marry a person but she is a foreign resident (not my home country) what stat...
Your question is unclear as to your status in the U.S. now and other information necessary to answer your questions. The best thing you can do is to meet with an experienced immigration attorney so the attorney can review your paperwork and get other information from you so that he can advise you on what options are available to you.See question
When I applied B2 Visa extension for both of my parents,I mistakenly put my father as applicant but not benefitiary. Now I've only received visa extension for my mother, which means my father has stayed in U.S illegally. Please advise how to resol...
This could have a significant impact on his ability to remain in or return to the U.S. It depends on the details of his immigration case. You should immediately consult with an experienced immigration law attorney.See question
I had J-1 visa on 2009. I am subject to the 2 years home country requirement 212(e). I went back to my home country and stayed there for one year and 6 months, I couldn't stay there because I was about to get arrested or harmed because of my polit...
The persecution waiver is harder to get than asylum so you may want to review your asylum eligibility with an experienced attorney. There are also 3 other types of J1 waivers that you can discuss with the attorney.See question
Approval date June 25 - 2015
There are an unlimited number of immigrant visas for parents of adult US citizens. They will receive their visas as fast as they can complete the immigrant visa process.See question
I am from Yemen and have a pending asylum case and TPS was granted for us today Sep 3rd 2015. I applied for WOD through my asylum case. is it ok if i applied for TPS and would that effect my asylum case?
I have lots of clients who apply for TPS and asylum. There are advantages and disadvantages to this, so talk to your attorney about whether or why you should apply for TPS.See question
My maternal uncle filed F4 petition for my mom and her family in 30 april, 2003. And the petition got approved in 6th August, 2009. Now the priority date for f4 is 15 Jan, 2003. I think, our priority date will be current within 3/4 months. ...
It sounds like you may qualify under CSPA, assuming you remain unmarried, but a review of the relevant documents is required. If you do qualify under CSPA, you will have to raise this with the NVC or consulate.See question