you can get divorced in a reasonable period of time. as long as you have proof that you were living together when you got your citizenship and that the marriage was valid. go see adan vega or bruce coane, the two best immigration specialists in houston. tell them i said hello. tomas
1. if you do not have an i 94 (it should say on the form) then the answer is none
2. your status does not expire so the answer is not applicable, asylee.
on the first page of the form you should indicate that you are eligible for adjustment of status as an asylee. good luck. any problems go see adan vega or bruce coane, immigration attorney specialist in houston.
no mam, not unless the removal proceedings are terminated. if you do your are self deporting. you would have no right to return. go see adan vega or bruce coane in houston, two of the best immigration attorneys there. tom
understand this first. the intent of the rfe is to deny you.
1. comes from your resume, letters of recommendations, certificates, college coursework,
2. i make my clients start with a spreadsheet for a 40 week and have them fill in the blanks in 30 minute incrementes.
3. i would go to the occupational outlook handbook and look for the type of employee to be trained and base your answer on that. their training has to be at a minimum what you had for your position
4. get a statement...
go see your congressman for your district. every one has a trouble shooter in their offices for just this kind of problem. they should reopen the case sua sponte (on their own) no matter what. look up adan vega or bruce coane of houston. both are specialist and have over 35 years experience
you have to be careful with the information that you put in the application. you can be traced using common databases. go see adan vega or bruce coane both immigration specialist with extensive experience in visa processing. tom
it would be tough to get the marriage annulled but that would fix him for good and set him up for removal proceedings. plan b might to write to the uscis and tell them that left you and your suspicion about his using you. look up bruce coane of miami for excellent legal help
well if she is already a resident it depends. if she immigrated based on the marriage to the guy then she should keep proof that the marriage was a valid one. if she immigrated based on employment or through other family then it does not really matter. she already has a green card and it would not matter how she immigrated. of course, if she only has the conditional resident status then the proof of the valid marriage would be the most important. as would the reasons for leaving.