By filing to adjust to H4, does the TPS holder loose TPS status? Can they hold TPS and H4 contemporaneously?
TPS is not a nonimmigrant status. One cannot do a change of status from TPS to H4.See question
I am a F1 Student and would complete my Graduation by December,2015. I was in US on june 24,2015 and came here on August 2014. However I went back on july 2015 for a brief period of 1 month and came back on August 20,2015 which is my latest date o...
Since TPS requires continuous residence in the U.S. since June 24, 2015, and you do not meet that requirement, you are not eligible.See question
I just received word that my H1B transfer from Company A to a small consulting firm B got denied due to insufficient employment details (in-house project). I am still interviewing with big firms but also started a masters application in parallel. ...
If you are now in valid H1b status, you can change to F1 status.See question
My J1 visa expires on the 19th of October and then I have the month grace period. My semester starts on January 5th.
It is a problem to change status to F1 when you will not be starting school for a period of time after the time of filing. As such, since a change of status may not be approved, one's only other option would be to consular process for the F1.See question
I've a H-1B from CompanyA that is valid until 2017 and a recent I-94 that is also valid until 2017. CompanyA shutdown and I got an offer from CompanyB. There were no paystubs for 6 weeks due to a gap in employment, therefore H-1B transfer petitio...
You may have up to 60 days to port to a new employer, there is no actual rule about how long you have to port.See question
What would be the priority date in my case, if my employee files my green card on EB3 category, me being an Indian citizen and my wife being a Russian citizen (cross chargeability).
Country of birth is the determining factor. Check the visa bulletin for priority dates for EB3, should be current or nearly current for Russia.See question
Hello Sir/Madam, I have a pending asylum case. I have been waiting for the result of my interview given on 15th April 2013. i have no idea why its taking so long time. I filed asylum from CA and currently I am working in TX. I haven't changed ...
Yes, you can file TPS while your asylum is pending. It is very unadvisable to use an address where you do not live. If you have been granted TPS, normally the Asylum Office would not issue an NTA if they cannot approve your case.See question
I am on a L2 visa with expiry date of Jan 2016. I have an EAD with August 2016 expiration and a I-94 that is good through Jan 2017. My husband's employer will not be seeking an extension of his L1 visa but my employer has agreed to file an H1B vis...
Your I-94 gives your duration of lawful status in the U.S. Your EAD gives you the dates you are allowed to work. Your visa gives you the dates when you may be admitted to the U.S.See question
I’m a Syrian citizen, I’ve been in the US since Sep/2012, I’m currently on TPS. However; I have a pending asylum case since March 2013, and I have not heard anything back from USCIS since. I live in MA, and although an Asylum office has opened rec...
Marriage will not stop you from getting asylum but it could be a discretionary factor. If you are eligible to immigrate other than through asylum, USCIS may not wish to grant you status based on asylum.See question
Lets Say I Have a Power of Attorney Life Care Planning Packet Done By My Brother Who is Bipolar Maniac Depress Diagnose, I am His Legal Medical Guardian, What do we have to do To Apply for a Green Card For Me as his Legal Medical Guardian?
Any US citizen over age 21 can file for his or her brother, or sister, to immigrate to the U.S. There is no particular visa for a "guardian of a U.S. citizen". However, if you are qualified as a home, health care worker, he can file an immigrant visa for you, starting with a PERM application with the Department of Labor.See question