In order to obtain legal status in the United States through your marriage, he would need a legal entry into the U.S. However, if he is placed in removal proceedings, there may be some relief available to him. If he leaves the U.S. either voluntarily or through any other means, he would be barred for 10 years from returning to the U.S. There is no waiver for this barr. You should consider having a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney before you decide to any anything.
When an approved petition is forwarded to the National Visa Center and one year passes without any interaction, the visa is destroyed. If that is the case you may have to start all over again.
Just because you received a generic letter indicating that you need to file a particular form with the Citizenship and Immigration Services, doesn't mean that the information is correct. Before you waste your time and money, i would suggest to consult with an attorney to try to figure out what...
Your case needs to be evaluated by an immigration attorney. The attorney needs to look at what has been done and the reason for the denial. There will be a 30 day period to appeal or to seek reconsideration after the denial. The immigration attorney will also look at the options available for you and your husband.
There has been no change in the law to allow someone to adjust in the U.S. There are some instances when someone can adjust in The U. S. An immigration attorney can review...
Married filing joint should penalize taxpayers. I'm no CPA, but I'm guessing they are filing as head of household each dividing the children. This is the only way I know for a married couple to get more money. If they are doing this, they are committing fraud to the US Govt.
You will need to file a petition to expunge the conviction. Depending on the conviction, it is not a right to have it expunged. The judge may deny the petition. You should hire a criminal defense lawyer to review your record and file the petition for you.
It depends on the reason for the suspended and the policy of the court room. If the suspension was for driving while intoxicated, the violation carries a mandatory 10 days in jail. In some courts, you may be able to get home detention and/or work release. It is recommended that you obtain a lawyer to assist you with this case.
You should have received a letter after the waiver was submitted letting you know approximately how long it would take. That letter would also say how long to wait before you can do an inquiry about the waiver. You may be looking at anywhere from 6 to 15 months. Good luck.
One of the elements you need to prove to obtain your naturalization is that you have been a person of good moral character during the 5 years before the date the application is filed with Immigration. DWI is not necesarily a reason for your naturalization application to be denied, but it will depend on the officer reviewing your case. It varies from office to office. In my area I have seen at least one individual that his naturalization was granted even though he had a DWI within 2 years of...
You should not spend the extra money to do it outside the naturalization process. The N-400 asks if you want to change the name. If you indicated that you do, it would be done at the time of the ceremony. Save your money.