I agree with my colleague. The new I-601A waiver (not available yet) may be a possible appropriate option but you should consult an AILA immigration attorney . Note that the new I-601A provisional waiver will require you to prove extreme hardship to your spouse and also require that you depart the US and complete the process at a consulate outside the country. Since you have no criminal record/activities explore your options which may include the I-601A - you definitely need an attorney to...
Seek legal counsel immediately in your area; there are excellent attorneys in Miami who practice immigration law. Get one who is very experienced and who has experience with asylum. Obtain a confidential consultation to determine if you have a claim for asylum.
Your question is unclear. It would depend on a number of further factors, such as your current status if any, why you left, any criminal history, among other things. An immigration attorney will fully explain to you about the 3 and 10 year bars to reentry for people with unlawful presence previously. You may have triggered these bars depending on your exact situation which cannot be determined from your post.
I agree with my colleagues. Hire an excellent AILA attorney to assist you. If she entered lawfully and has overstayed an attorney should be able to help you with the appropriate forms and explain the process to you. Goto www.ailalawyer.com
Contact an American AILA immigration attorney who can advise you regarding the proper procedures - there are several options , you will be advised about the K-visa among other matters .
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Your question is unclear; are you asking whether after the I-797 (Approval Notice) for the adjustment application you can apply for a social security card? If you've been approved for adjustment but have not yet received your actual card then wait for the card. Usually they have been taking about 2 weeks to get the card after the approval. This is actually very fast and CIS deserves praise for the speediness of getting people their green cards after approval. Used to be much longer.
It is very important to have an attorney to advise you and go with you and represent you before the immigration court. The requirements for voluntary departure depend on whether it is pre-hearing voluntary departure or at the conclusion of proceedings. It appears you are talking about pre-hearing, i.e. before you ask for any relief. Again, whether you should even ask for vol departure is a consideration in and of itself and you should have an AILA attorney go with you and counsel you before...
The problem you are going to have is you can withdraw the I-130 petition since you are the petitioner, but you unfortunately cannot withdraw his I-485 application. This is an application he filed and he is therefore the applicant. So, the issue is whether the I-130 has been granted or not. It's not clear from your question whether or not the I-130 was approved. If the case is just pending the I-485 then it becomes more difficult for you. If indeed the I-130 has been approved you can hire...
I agree with my colleague; I would add your question is unclear , whether by "renew" your conditional green card you mean "lift the conditions" by filing the I-751 or do you mean filing for renewal of your expiring green card. In either case there are criminal records checks which are done. If you already have one petty offense, I agree the other offense and especially if it is a conviction could present problems for you. Go see an excellent AILA attorney, and perhaps more importantly an...
It does not necessarily mean there is a problem. It is usual to wait a bit before receiving the notice of oath ceremony. If you do not receive anything in the next 90 days you can retain an attorney but most likely you will receive a notice shortly. Another option is infopass. The link is as follows:
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