My husband is outside US and wanted to go to get a tourist visa. My son recently became US citizen and I asked him to wait until my son's I-130 approval. His visa request was denied in 2009 and 2013 before. Should he need to wait I-130 approval or...
Yes, he should stop filing for tourist visas. They have a 99.9999% chance of being denied.
You say 'my son' ... is he also your husband's son ... by natural birth, or because he was under 16 when you two got married?
Consider a consultation with an attorney via Skype.See question
cancellation of removal but my spouse is working with invalid ssn. I am afraid this will be involving " good moral character" requirement. The number is just created for employment and we do not know if the number is exist. Wed do not used the nu...
You have not given us enough facts to see if you 'pass' the 'basic test' of Cancellation ... physical presence in the US for 10 years.
It is quite unusual for someone who has recently had asylum denied to have been in the US for 10 years.See question
I am an International F1 visa student . I am planning to change my present school to a college. Due to some official reason the college can not accept me for this upcoming fall semester and they advise me to get enroll in Spring semester starts fo...
You must remain full time. from AUG/SEP until DEC/JAN.
If you can not afford the school this fall, one option is to go home until next January.
Talk to the foreign student adviser.See question
I became a US Citizen earlier this year. Years ago, my parents entered the US without inspection and they currently do not have Green Cards. Are there any circumstances where they could get their Green Cards based on their relationship with me & w...
Sadly, it is true that they can not adjust status.
Further, they appear to have a 10 year bar, once they leave, and can not get a waiver.
Do not file the I-485. I repeat, DO NOT FILE THE I-485.
AND ... have a Skype consultation with an attorney before filing the I-130.See question
Need help t understand this question" Have you ever been refused a U.S. Visa, or been refused admission to the United States, or withdrawn your application for admission at the port of entry? " Visa request denied by US embassy before but never re...
A visa denial is the same as a visa 'refusal.
Have you considered a Skype consultation with an attorney?
There are many issues that may come up when you've been denied/refused a visa by a US Consul.See question
Can BIA open proceedings and terminate removal order to allow an applicant obtaining provisional waiver of inadmissibility before going to attend interview at US consulate and get immigrant visa without delay. Has this ever happened.
Possible, but not probable. Talk to an attorney, sometimes the BIA will agree to send the case back to a judge for consideration of issuing a termination order.See question
She is a US citizen and I am applying for my gc through her, it's there a way I would be able to find out if her petition has been withdrawn? Thank you!
Have you asked her?
Practically speaking, even if she hasn't withdrawn the I-130, she can refuse to sign the I-864 at the time the visa is ready.See question
5 yrs for the deportation order and then 10 years for unlawful presence? I am being punished twice? I don't understand how getting VD waives the 5 year penalty but then I am barred for 10 years for unlawful presence (unless I get a waiver)...this ...
There is nothing logical about the way that the US government treats people who violate immigration laws.
Please, don't 'shoot the messenger' I'm merely telling you how it is.
There are 2 concurrent 10 year exclusions. EACH ONE requires their own waiver, I-601 & I-212.See question
L1A visa First name is FNU (as per VISA)
You need to contact the company attorney and NOT a NON-ATTORNEY in HR.
This is a common problem ... but even though it occurs frequently, it is not easy, nor 'fun' to fix.See question
He has never been in US and has no legal problems. We got married in Mexico. What do you recommend?
You must be a US citizen, and over 18 to sponsor him.
Talk to an attorney to see what you can do to get prepared now.See question