My H1B petition is approved without I94, valid till 30th sept-2016 and my H4 extension is in process. To active my H1B, I have to go for Change Of Status from H4 to H1B, once my H4 extension is approved (not willing to go for H1B stamping from hom...
Document issues from employer side? By any chance are they a job shop that sends workers to 'client' sites to work on projects?
How old is this approved petition? I'm guessing from 2013. If so, I'm not so sure it is still valid.
Meet with an immigration lawyer and NOT a NON-ATTORNEY in HR.See question
I have a pending extension based on recapture after 6 years can I get RFE as recapture guidelines by USCIS clearly states no RFE either approval or denial?
You wouldn't get an RFE. But, the employer that 'owns' the papers might.
Keep in mind that guidelines are just that .... guidelines ... not hard-and-fast rules.See question
The fact that it is a cross-changeability case isn't as important of a question as is "what type of" petition was submitted?
NOTE: 1 year isn't a long time to wait in California.See question
My fiancee and her sisters (non-USC) are planning a vacation to the US and have applied for a tourist visa. I am filing for my fiancee's K1 visa this week. ( I am a USC). Will this be a red flag on the K1 application when being processed.
I agree with my colleague:
1. Filing a fiance visa before she comes to the US could be a problem
2. Why file for a fiance when you could file for a marriage visa ... easier, and cheaper.
Consider a Skype consultation with an attorney before you file anything.See question
I am f1 and with valid student visa. It will be expired December 2016.in 2014 I have asylum denial history. I am going to apply j1 and I notice it that it is hard for me because I have immigration intention and break rule 214b. I found out that I...
You need to stop filing papers without legal guidance. Talk to an attorney in private, many of us use Skype.See question
My husband and I are in US now on tourist visa, he is not going back to home country and going to apply for political asylum, and I am going back to my home country and going to apply for student visa F-1.
I'll be honest, I don't see you being given a F-1 student visa when you go home.
Talk to an attorney before leaving the US, many use Skype.See question
Dears, Two years ago I granted asylum and at that time my wife was pregnant and living in a third country and when she gave birth usis ask me to issue a national passport for my son to petition and bring him to the United States. At that ti...
Does your son have his own passport, or is his photo/name only written in yours?See question
I believe I will need my birth from my home country translated. What is acceptable for a translation? Is there a business certified by the USCIS?
There is no such thing as a 'certified USCIS' translator.
Any one who is fluent can do it ... including yourself.
Consider discussing this, and other immigration matters, with an attorney via Skype.See question
Besides working without authorization and overstaying my visa I believe there is nothing too "serious" about my green card application. My interview is going to happen soon. Is it safer to have an attorney present during the interview?
It is always good to have an attorney present. They can help with difficult questions and, quite often, the officer will treat you with more respect.
PS Working without authorization and being an 'overstay' is 'serious' ... don't take this lightly.See question
I am a permanent resident, I went to the United States in April 2014 then I return to my country in March 2015 and I will now go back in February; I want to make a petition for my husband (with whom I’ll marry before I go) I wanted to know if I ca...
You are 'pushing' things by not living in the US very long before you left for nearly 1 year.
If you're not careful, the government could deny a re-entry permit and claim that you abandoned your US residence ... or never established one to begin with.
You should have a Skype consultation with an attorney before you do anything.See question