Schedule a consultation for you and your boyfriend with an immigration attorney. Adjusting status is a complex process and it is not clear whether you have a home residency requirement, among other factors.
I agree with my colleague. There are several immigration options for investors and business owners, but each process is complex, lengthy and will require a substantial investment of time and money. Schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney to learn more.
It would be in your best interest to hire an immigration attorney to prepare your Affidavit of Support, advise you of what financial evidence is required and to epresent you before USCIS. Do not rely on USCIS adjudicators to be able to read and interpret your tax return and other financial evidence.
If USCIS is not satisfied with your documents, it will send you a Request for Evidence (RFE), which can significantly delay your case. Failure to respond appropriately to an RFE will cause...
If you are not legally present and have no immediately family member sponsors, your options for defending against removal may be limited. You need to hire an experienced immigration attorney to represent you. If you cannot afford an attorney, check with your local bar association and ask for a referral to a legal aid service. You will also need to consult with a family law attorney in your district to advise you on how to get custody of your child back.
Permanent residents cannot sponsor parents, no matter how their green card was obtained. To sponsor your parents, you will need become a naturalized U.S. citizen. If you have been here about 8 years, as you seem to indicate, you may be eligible to apply for citizenship. Consult an immigration attorney to make sure you meet requirements.
It depends. It depends on the length of the relationship, the other types of evidence you have of your relationship, the type of interview, and any special circumstances. There's a lot of advice on the internet. It's not all correct, so proceed with caution.
Despite having a co-sponsor, your husband will still have to file an Affidavit of Support. Depending on how long you have been married, listing himself as a dependent on his mother's tax return may or may not have been appropriate. Consult an immigration attorney and a tax accountant before you file your case.
You need to contact your school's international student office to get the appropriate proof of your continued enrollment before your visa expires. You cannot stay in the U.S. legally without valid student status. The I-130 filed by your LPR husband does not provide you any legal status in the U.S. until your priority date is reached (2-5 years is an average waiting period).