My son left on voluntary departure 5 years ago, his priority date for "DATES FOR FILING FAMILY-SPONSORED VISA APPLICATIONS" is current. How ever he triggered a 10 year bar when he left. What does he have to do , can he apply for this visa applicat...
He needs to apply for an immigrant visa. He should also start preparing his I-601 unlawful presence waiver application. Please see below:See question
Hi, I am in H4 visa (My husbands work location is Dallas, Texas) and for vacation i came to my cousins place in san Francisco . I am planning to stay here for a month. Will this stay affect my husbands H1B visa by any chance(BCS)?
No, your traveling will not affect your husband's H-1B status.See question
She is permanent resident and I'm a international student. I'm under 21.(19.5). She applied for me this month.
It will be about 18 months before you can apply for permanent residence under the family-based 2A category. Please see below:See question
My spouse has EB2 AOS filed in May 2015. We have used country of chargeability as Nigeria[ my country of birth]. USCIS website shows I 485 processing times as 4 months for Nebraska centre.Since it is out of normal processing time I went to USCIS f...
It means that the your application has yet to decided. Hopefully, you made it clear that you wanted to use cross-changeability.See question
I am on F 1-visa. I will be on OPT by DEC-2015 and getting marry to US citizen in Jan-2016.I am staying in PA and my fiancee stays in Orlando,FL.
Don't worry about which is faster. Do not submit your green card application until you are living together 24/7. Please see below:See question
Hi, I obtained a change of status from F1 to H1b visa , effective date October 1, 2015.I received a new I-94 with a validity of 3 years. I have not been out of the country hence do not have a stamped H1-b visa. I wish to change my job. Is it advis...
Your new employer can submit a petition to change your H-1B employer without you having to leave the US.
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Benching of an worker occurs when their employer, say during a time of low productivity or otherwise slow business, is not paying their TN employee their wages, a.k.a. “benching” them.
You can not "bench" a TN employee. Please see below:See question
I am currently on H4 Visa in USA. My husband who is on H1B has an approved I-140 and hence I was able to get EAD. Since I can start a business on EAD, I am looking to start an online only business (things like selling on Amazon & Selling Mobile Ap...
Yes, as long as your husband is not compensated for helping you.See question
As a Canadian Citizen, I can stay in the US legally 6 months per year, on a visitor visa. Been here in the US for more than a month now. I was on TN visa for about 6 months before that. Then got laid off. Returned to Canada a couple of times.Got m...
1. Get married only after you have been in the US for a minimum of 60 days.
2. You can file for adjustment of status to permanent resident without leaving the US.
3. You must pay $1,490 in filing fees, but you do not need to hire an attorney.
4. Please see below for more information:
My PERM just got approved and my I-140 will be filed under premium processing by my employer's lawyer tomorrow. My 6th year H-1B expiry date is December 15,2015. I am expecting to get H-1B and H-4 extension for 3 years approved before December 10,...
1. About 90 days
2. She can travel to India
3. She can respond to the RFE when she returns to the US.
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