It's possible, he will definitely need a waiver for unlawful presence. My concern is whether the third DUI is enhanced? The most prudent approach would be for an experienced immigration attorney to review the case. There are a number of other pitfalls that may apply for your husband's case. Proceed with caution!
I agree it will not matter, but since you are already a resident and you have a daughter together, you might want to consider getting married and filing a petition for your husband. The officer at USCIS will definitely ask about the father of your child, so as long as he is eligible to apply for permanent residency, you might as well start the process. Since you can apply beginning in October of this year, your interview for citizenship will probably not occur before January 2014. The oath...
There are several options, but the most expedient process would be to file for her green card following your marriage in the US. Prior to travel abroad, she should wait for an advance parole which is filed with the change of status. Timing is everything in this type of case, make sure you contact an experienced immigration attorney for additional details. Best Wishes!
What a great question. In my opinion, once you have signed those forms, they can no longer be claimed as attorney work product. Most attorneys will provide a copy of the applications submitted to homeland security upon request. Those forms contain information you've sworn is true, so you should know what is in those forms before your interview. I've worked for several firms that use the same practice. The clients reviews the forms, makes changes, and then signs. You should only sign the...
I agree with my colleagues in that processing will take about 500 more dollars, these fees include the medical exam and visa processing fee. Consult with an immigration lawyer for details specific to the post in Barbados, alternatively, you can visit their website which will provide a detailed explanation of the remaining fees and processes.
The answer turns on whether he is eligible to apply for adjustment of status. Generally speaking if he entered illegally and does not have a grandfathered petition for INA 245i purposes, he will need to consular process and apply for a waiver for the unlawful presence. If he entered with a visa and still has those documents, he has other options. Please call an experienced attorney and consult prior to proceedings on your husband's immigration case.
As long as he is a USC and meets the requirements for the affidavit of support, you should be fine, assuming you're otherwise admissible of course. Hire an experienced immigration lawyer for quicker processing.
This scenario always make me nervous, unless I know exactly everything that went on with the original permanent residency application. On paper it looks bad, so you must hire competent counsel to assist you at every step. I've been to interviews at the Dallas office and they heavily scrutinize even the most routine cases. Don't make a move without consulting an experienced immigration lawyer.