Dear attorney, My wife came to US on H4, but later she joined school and switched to F1. She's still had two more semesters to finish. Now, if we want to go to my home country and come back, she needs to attend a visa interview and get her passp...
The general risk would be that they do not believe her non-immigrant intent to return to her home country once she is done with school.See question
he emailed on the 9/1 and said I have 5 days to leave the country I have a b2 visa too I was wanting to change my status but been advised to leave better. I just when there and talked to him cuz the law said he got to pay my transportation back ho...
You will need to get another employer to petition you or you will go out of status.
On a different note, there might be labor code violations you might have a claim.See question
I've won the greencard lottery, and I'm wondering what the implications are tax wise. I don't currently own a property, but if I were to buy one in the UK, do I pay taxes on that in the U.S. as well? And what about gifts and inheritance? I'm not s...
This would be a question for a tax attorney, but generally, once you are a resident, the U.S. Tax system will tak income worldwide (with various credits).See question
I want to open my own business with no so big capital and want to be able to live here in the USA which visa should I applied for a Sole Proprietorship. Thank you
It will depend if you come from a Treaty Country. If so, you can apply for the E-2. Otherwise, there is always the EB-5.See question
Im a South African, working on a H2A visa. I entered in March 2013, in October I need to go back for my sisters wedding, but I want to return as soon as possible. I thought of asking a letter from my employer, stating that he is going to need ...
You cannot come back on an H-2A with the intention to marry and apply for residency. Immigration will consider that as fraud. He should apply for the K-1 for you after you leave the U.S. Alternatively, you could marry now (for love) and apply to adjust if you qualify.See question
Hi. I have few questions. My sister in law came to the USA with a B2 visa but she over stayed for about 5 years. And she had 2 kids with a USA citizen, then the past 2 years her kids father has not step up help her with her status. She left hi...
Your sister-in-law may qualify for some form of relief. You should contact an immigration attorney for a detailed consultation.See question
Hi. I got arrested for assault 4 - DV several months ago. I told my attorney that I am a legal permanent resident here. So he told me that entering in to a pretrial diversion agreement will be our best option. So I did. My PDA will be over in 2017...
You may have become inadmissible and need a waiver. There is no way of knowing with the facts you gave. You should get a consultation from an immigration attorney - especially if you have not plead yet.See question
I came to US on L1-B visa on Jan 22, 2011. I went on vacation to my home country for 25 days in between. My I-94 is valid till April 22, 2016. As L1-B has a limit of 5 years. Need to know when should i go out of USA. Should i...
You should not leave the U.S. while a change of status is pending.
Your I-94 controls how long you can stay in the U.S.See question
Your question is unclear. There are many types of work visas. You should get an employer to sponsor you and then get a consultation as to what type of visa you qualify for under the law.See question
As an F1 Student, when my program was completed (Bachelors) I applied to my OPT (Wok authorization for post-completition of studies work) a month before graduation. I filed my papers after reviewing everything with my DSO (Designated school office...
It is unlikely USCIS will believe that the DSO filed it late. However, you could try to do a Motion to Reopen with a signed declaration from the DSO admitting to this mistake.See question