Dear all, I'm an italian boy of 26 yo. I worked for 5 years for an italian transport company and now I'm working for an american transport company with a J1 visa. My Visa will expire next June 2016 but my boss and I are trying to figure out ho...
There is no 'forever' visa. First, you need to determine if you are subject to the 2 year foreign residency requirement. You should ask your boss to sponsor you for the PERM.See question
On my 2nd H1B visa, hoping to obtain a greencard through employment
It will depend on various factors. Additionally, after the PERM is the I-140 petition and then adjustment or consulate processing when the visa becomes current.See question
My wife is currently in F1 status. I have filed for her greencard through F2A(Spouse of a permanent resident) , priority date is Jan 2015. My country recently got granted temporary protected status by USCIS. Questions- 1. If she lets go of her...
She should not go out of status. However, if you could become a US Citizen, the issue would be much easier as she could show legal entry to the U.S. and adjust (assuming no other inadmissibility issues.)See question
I got my H1B with Bachelor's degree (graduated 2012).I have 2 years of experience from another country in a similar role plus 3 years entry level experience in the same field. Besides that I have 2 years experience in USA after I graduated. This...
It is possible if you can show the equivalent of a Masters Degree through progressively more complicated work.See question
I'm married for 2 1/2 years and got my green card through my wife based of marriage and adjument of status however things started to south and tried to work things out between us, however later then I found out she was with someone else and seeing...
You can file the I-751 with a divorce waiver.See question
I'm stranded without my only form of I.D.. Will I be in danger of deportation if I go to the police station for a police report?
You can report the crime. You should also go to the Consulate of your country to get another passport. Rather than fearing deportation, you should get a consultation on what options you might have for your legalizing your status.See question
A candidate graduated from a STEM program 4 years ago. The candidate went back to his/her home country and worked for few years. Now, that candidate has a job offer from a US based company which is going to sponser his/her H1-B visa. Will the cand...
They will have to wait until next years allotment.See question
My asylum interview was done in June 2014 and I was told I could get decision after 15 days but when I went after 15 days they said they will mail my decision it's been a year now i contact Them they send me latter explain we are doing background ...
You should not travel. As for the decision, it is far too long. You should do a formal inquiry. If nothing, then a possible Writ of Mandate if your case is strong.See question
Just got my h1b extn approval 2 weeks ago valid until 2017. How long can i travel outside USA? Can i stay 8-9 months outside usa on h1b and reenter usa with same employer? May be use it as a vacation or something? Will i have any prob dor reenteri...
Why would you be gone for that long if you just got the H-1B approved? There might be questions as to the validity of the petition.See question
Hello, My name is Kelsey and I am 17 years old. I've been searching for answers, I don't know what to do. I'm graduating from high school next year and then college starts.. There's a problem though. I have two seperate birth certificates. A U.S ...
Immigration might think the U.S. birth certificate is fraudulent. You need to obtain facts where you were actually born. If in the U.S., why would you have the Mexican birth certificate?See question