I obtained my Green card based on a I-140 application (EB). My fiance, who is a US citizen, and I just got married. Would I be able to apply for citizenship in 3 years based on marriage or do have to wait 5 years based on how I obtained my green c...
You will have to wait three years from the marriage and should be living together for the 3 years before you can apply. So it depends on when you were issued your green card if it is faster.See question
We are a gay couple, he is a citizen and i am undocumented. We just got married on April 1st 2015 and we want to begin the process to obtain my documentation but we do not know where to begin.
The most important question is did your spouse enter the country legally. If the answer to that question is no, you will definitely need to consult an immigration attorney as soon as possible. If the answer is yes, it is still worth consulting an immigration attorney to assist you with all of the paperowrk that needs to be collected.See question
I was planning to apply for M1. My bf is a greencard holder. I read some kind of chages in immigration law that can give greencard status to people without status. The arcticle said that if the person has an illegal status but spouse has greencard...
It is always best to make sure that you maintain status. So you should apply for your change of status. Even if you marry your boyfriend you need to maintain status to be eligible for a green card. It would be best for you to meet with an attorney.See question
Does this mean less time to wait for them to come in US?
President Obama did not address reducing waiting times in his speech. So it is not likely that the waiting period will be reduced.See question
17 year old ,i-94 is expired.Im I out of status before turning 18 or does it only apply to 18 and above ?
You may be out of status but you do not start accruing unlawful presence until you turn 18.See question
We have been married in Mexico (him as a mexican with double nationality) for 20 years now and we got married in the US 4 years ago, should we bring our mexican translated marriage certificate? Thanks again! ***he is a US citizen I am mexican***
Yes you should bring a the original marriage certificate in Spanish and a certified translation. Regarding the children you should bring them and their birth certificates.See question
I have two passports 1 has a visa but due to new electronic passports I carry one for validation visa of multiple entry visa good for ten yearsand another for current purposes
If you lost your passport with the visa, you may need to contact the Botswana consulate to obtain a new passport. You should hire an attorney to help you with your visa.See question
He's a legal resident and was charged in 2014 for domestic violence charge against me. Since then we've been trying to work things out which we have but he also has a restating order against me. Can I still marry him while in the Correctional Cent...
I agree with my colleague. You would be violating the restraining order to get married. This would be an extremely complicated case and it would be best for you to hire an attorney to assist you.See question
I was married november 2011 to a us citizen 2007 to 2013. I had 2 y green card and and fill the I751 got 1 more year. By november 2011 uscis end my statue cause of separation w/husband i wait 3 years fort orlando court house but nothing happen...
You need to wait for an answer to theI751. Since you are no longer living with your husband, you would need to have your green card for 5 years before applying for citizenship.See question
Got denied because of income not met.
You should have an attorney assister you with the refiling as it will save you both time and money.See question