I am currently doing a Conrad 30- J1 waiver program after completion of my training on a J1 visa. Waiver Lawyer paid by employer. Husband is US citizen and I am planning to apply for US residency though my husband rather than work.
Wait until you complete your 3-year waive program to have your husband sponsor you for a green card. Please seeSee question
We have been married almost 2 years now, getting ready to file my I751 paperwork.Though I am not sure if I have to list my husbands daughter from a prior relationship in the form where the info for children is required.
Yes, you should list your husband's daughter on form I-751.See question
I am from Nepal and TPS for Nepal expires on 24 December 2016. My OPT-EAD also expires on the same day.I want to apply for TPS without EAD because I already have OPT-EAD. I am thinking of future as there might be possible extensions of TPS. Since...
Assuming you and your spouse both meet the criteria for TPS, you can both apply.See question
I was cited and charged by misdemeanor C(shoplifting 300$), but no arrest, no fingerprint. AND I plead no guilty in the court. The case was dismissed by the motion of prosecutor(dismissed with prejudice) after I finished the 56h community ser...
No, this should have no effect on your I-485 application. Please seeSee question
I am asylum seeker and now I am waiting for interview. I want to apply for advance parole document. In this regards, do I have to pay application fee for form i-131? or can I wave this fee? who can wave application fee for i-131 form?
Being an applicant for asylum does not provide you with an opportunity to travel internationally using Advance Parole. Please seeSee question
Do you have to maintain f1 visa status while you are in TPS status? The reason I am asking this is because if i maintain F1 status and continue studying I will finish my degree in 12 months and the TPS is for 18 months. I need to apply for OPT wit...
If you want to get OPT after graduation than you need to maintain your F-1 status. Please seeSee question
The reason why I am applying for asylum was not because of something that happened after I came here but more because of something that happened before I entered the United States. I know I should have applied as soon as I came in but other things...
Not necessarily. If you were legally here in the US, you probably fit within an exception to the one-year requirement. Please seeSee question
I am a Physician, planning on studying further in USA. My visits to USA are from July 2015 to Jan 2016 for my USMLE step 3 exams. Then from Jan 2016 to May 2016 for a paper presentation at a conference. Then finally in June 2016 on an H1B or J1 vi...
You can use the B1/B2 visa to take USMLE, Step 3, do your presentations and observerships and visit your brother. However, if you plan to study in the US (Kaplan?), make sure to do so on a F-1 student visa. Please seeSee question
I am on a visitor visa(B1/B2) to US. I have scheduled an appointment for F1 visa . If I am get an F1 visa and I decide not to do the course how will it affect my visitor visa. Also will it affect my future F1/H1 visa apllication
You need to be a full-time student if you get an F-1 visa. If you don't plan to do that, forget about getting an F-1 visa. Not doing so will screw up your immigration status big time.See question
I'm a Nepalese National. Have been on an OPT in the US for the last 1.5 years. So technically eligible for TPS. I'm an actor and was in the process of applying for an O-1 visa but found out about the TPS in the last few days. As I understand O-1 w...
Remember, O-1s are only for persons of extraordinary ability. If you qualify, you can apply. However, you don't need to meet this standard to get TPS and an EAD.See question