I agree with my colleagues. The U visa technically is a non-immigrant visa but also it does potentially lead to residence after 3 years, and if you are able to meet the several other requirements. Therefore, there is a problem with applying for U visa and B-2 simultaneously.
The more important question is why are you trying to reset your asylum interview. It is not a good idea. Consult with an excellent attorney ASAP to assist you with your case. Also if you have not rec'd word from USCIS you must get help now to make sure that they do not considered your case abandoned. Get help immediately. You can apply to renew the EAD but that is not the most important issue.
You will be subject to the grounds of inadmissibility if you travel on your cruise. Upon attempting to re-enter the U.S. you could be stopped at the port of entry and placed in removal proceedings and you may be seen as an arriving alien, even if you are right now a lawful permanent resident.
If you see an attorney he or she likely will advise you unfortunately not to travel outside the U.S. If you want further advice and counsel, seek consultation with an excellent attorney and please do...
You can send them a letter explaining it was a typo and also may and should correct at the time of the interview on your I-485. Remember you can correct any form at the time of the interview because it is an "open application" until the matter is fully adjudicated by USCIS so can (AND MUST) correct it before adjudication. I hope this helps. You also should retain an AILA attorney. Good luck!
His physical deportation after an order of deportation (removal) triggers what is called the 10-year bar. He may have other bars to re-entry depending on the specific facts and whether he previously had unlawful presence or criminal issues. It may be possible to apply for a waiver(s) depending on whether he has a qualifying relative and various other equities are met, such as extreme hardship. Definitely consult with a competent immigration attorney to discuss these issues.
I agree with my colleague. Seek out an excellent immigration attorney who then can recommend an excellent criminal defense counsel to assist. The problem the warrant may or may not mean he has a conviction for failure to appear. It could also be the tip of the iceberg and he may have other issues, such as a conviction for domestic violence or other crime. If so, he will need excellent counsel, and in any event he needs to get the warrant straightened out. Search avvo and start with excellent...
Retain an excellent AILA attorney to consider assisting you with a DHS Trips procedure. This is a traveler redress process where you can clear your name; Goto http://www.dhs.gov/dhs-trip
I have been successful assisting clients with DHS Trips - it works.
In certain cases USCIS does not provide the approval right away, but the case needs to be reviewed by a supervisor before it can be approved and who may not have been available at the time of your interview. I would be happy your I-130 was approved as this is approved only if you've established the bona fides of your relationship. The issues regarding the I-485 relates to inadmissibility. Consult with a competent immigration attorney especially if you believe there are any issues which go to...
You can go to www.uscis.gov and make an INFOPASS appointment. You can do so and advise them at your appointment that a mistake has been made and try to correct it that way. Otherwise you can call the 1-800 tollfree number. 1 (800) 375-5283.