entry was denied at the port pursuant to INA Section 212 (a)(7)(A)(i)(I) and visa was subsequently stamped with "cancelled with prejudice". how likely is it that another F1 visa can be issued and can reenter the country?
Depends on why they cancelled your visa.
However, it will be more difficult than had it not been cancelled.
I have a biometrics appointment at the USCIS to replace my green card, which I have lost.
It should not be a problem.See question
I have had 2 restraining orders on him. Police have been called to the home. I have letters from family and friends who have witnessed his drug use. I have emails, texts etc that go towards proving drug use. Every time I speak of divorce he threa...
If you have a 10 year green card DON'T WORRY. An annulment (which you could object to in family law court anyway) will not make any difference. Just keep documentation that it was a "real" marriage if you can. And you should file for a divorce immediately - it wont affect your green card in anyway. Also, even if you had only a 2 year green card, it wouldn't make any difference although you would have to file for a waiver (which I'm sure you would get given the domestic abuse). In fact, even if you didn't have a green card and were in the country illegally, you could apply for a green card under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) since you are married to a U.S. citizen (or permanent resident) and you are a victim of domestic violence (which includes psychological or physical injury).See question
Dear Sir, I did my asylum interview two weeks ago, now I received a mail from Anaheim office asking me to come to do another interview by the end of this month. Is it normal to do two times interview ? is there any problem ? Thanks
You should go see a qualified immigration lawyer immediately.See question
The old passport contained a J-1 VISA and the 2 year rule applied but it this is already over. The new passport is already used multiple times to enter to the US on ESTA VWP.
It is always good advice to keep all legal documents in a safe place for as long as possible. You never know if you might have to use them to prove something sometime in the future. BTW, to satisfy the 2 year residency requirement the former J-1 exhange visitor must have resided for at least 2 years in his/her home country OR obtain a waiver (which is not that easy to get). You will need to prove that at your adjustment of status interview.
Ok my husband had gotten charged with a second dui and told to do classes andfour days,in la county jail hes a permanent resident and now it says hes on imigration hold no bail what happens now can he get deported for this ? Or can I stop this if ...
If he is a lawful permanent resident ("green card" holder) and he ONLY has two conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) then he is not removable (deportable) and there should be no immigration hold. He (you) definitely need to see a lawyer because either a big mistake was made by ICE or there is more going on than what you mentioned above regarding his immigration or criminal history.See question
how do i find out if my boyfriend has an ins or any other hold?
I don't know if they would tell a "girlfriend" (or boyfriend) but their should be person at the detention facility that would have that information (release date or bond information).
A lawyer could find out.See question
Hi I have a H4 visa valid till oct 2014. When I entered USA, I was given a I-94 valid upto my passport expiry date (Feb-2014) which is earlier than my visa expiry date.now i renewed my passport. So I need help about the process of extending my I-9...
File an I-539 (pay the $290 filing fee ), attach a copy of your husband's I-94 and marriage certificate and translation if necessary along with your I-94 and ask for an extension of stay to 10/??/2014 (husband's I-94 expiration date). Alternatively, if you were to travel abroad, you could apply for and receive a new H-4 visa and when you returned you would get a new I-94 valid to his expiration date.See question
I applied to change of visa status from j1 to f1 40 days ago.I just got my i797 and recieve number yesterday and checked my case, it says that; On November 7, 2013, the post office returned your document I539, APPLICATION TO EXTEND OR CHANG...
Something wen wrong and CIS apparently sent you a letter that was not deliverable and so it was returbed to CIS. Fortunately, you checked the applications status on line (which I assume means that your received a receipt). My guess is that CIS asked you to submit more information or documentation and gave you a deadline to do so. Hopefully, after you call to the National Call Center (NCC) they will remail it to you to your current address and you will still have time to comply. If you miss the deadline you may be able to get some additional time if you can show it was CIS fault that the letter was sent to the wrong address (e.g.: they made a typographical error, etc.). As for your status, it depends on whether the change of status application is granted or not. If it is, then you remained in legal status. If not, you are not in legally status but for the first 210 days or until the denial notice was sent to you (whichever occurs first) you were "out of status" but did not accrue "unlawful status". Probably that doesn't make any sense to you - since these are defined terms - but it is a very important distinction. That is why you should see and immigration lawyer immediately. You only really get one chance to do this right, as so far its not going that well!See question
My green card stamp expires tomorrow, what that means? can I get extension say like next month? there is no info pass available what should I do?
I know that the policy in our CIS District (#23 - Los Angeles area) is to always reserve a few infopass appointments for emergency walk ins. So go to your nearest CIS Field Office (early in the morning if possible) and explain your emergency and need to get your green card stamp renewed. Hopefully they will also tell you what you need to do to get a "permanent" card. By the way, even though your "stamp" or green card expires, you remain a permanent resident (unless you are a conditional resident). Its like your passport expiring. Only the documentary proof of your status expires, not the status.See question