I just want to know when my wife needs to go see a doctor to prepare her medical records. Should we do all that now or until further instructions? Thank you all.
Wait for NVC's instructions package, giving you instructions in that regard and providing you with US consulate approved medical doctors who conduct that type of medical exam.See question
Filed petition with prior unterminated marriage
And? What is your question? You will need to obtain a final divorce decree terminating your marriage prior to being able to refile another I-129/F petition.See question
I came to The US as a dependent on F2 status. I am planning do full-time course and, please suggest me for the best approach and below are some suggestions from my friends: - I have applied for Canada VISA, to get stamping from f2 to f1. ...
-US consulates in Canada will refuse to entertain your visa application since it will be the first time you'd be applying for an F-1 visa. You have no other choice but to travel back to your home country and apply for your F-1 visa there.
-No, in case of F-1 visa denial, the VO should not (and most likely will not) cancel your still good F-2 visa, unless "reason to believe" fraud or criminal activity involved.
My husband and I submitted an AOS back in 2013 by means of labor certificate. He lost his job, as his employer wrongfully accused him of stealing to get rid of him for being sick. He got arrested, but got cleared. He found another job, but lost it...
Each one of you should separately and individually respond to the RFEs that each of you individually received.See question
Left Mexico and I came to this country in the fall of 2008 with a visitor visa at the age of 11 now I'm 18 and finished high school here
No such immigration application exists. To join the police academy (if ever accepted) you need to be at least a great card holder and ideally a US citizen.See question
I am a green card holder and I will be leaving the US for about a year or a bit more. I may want to change my US address after I leave
And what useful purpose will that serve, since you will be abroad for a year anyway? Why don't you wait until coming back and resuming your domicile in the US before changing your address, unless it is to a different address that you want your RP to be sent.See question
I just passed my us citizen test and was given an extention on my green card in the mean time that the oath ceremony happens but my boss already hire someone for my position. What can I do?
Yours is not a question involving immigration law. Consult with "wrongful termination" attorney in L.A. and repost this question to the employment law/discrimination/wrongful termination section(s) and see which answers you get .See question
HI, Currently I am working in Company A and got an offer from Company B.. I have my I140 approved by Jan 2015. It is more than 6 months after my I140 approval.I have 3 and a half years in my current H1B Is it fine if i change ...
Yes, go ahead, take measures to switch to co. B, but make sure that they file for your new H-1B, via premium, if possible and get it approved prior to a disgruntled "A" "revoking" their I-140 on your behalf. If "B" files prior to that revocation, then can get you an additional 3 years extension of your current H-1B status. Even if they were to revoke their I-140, you will still be able to "recapture" your old PERM and I-140 priority date in a new PERM "B" would be filing on your behalf in the future.
As for the rest of your questions, pose them to the experienced immigration attorney of your choice, during a paid consultation to that effect.See question
I live in Las Vegas, Nevada and I'm not sure where to mail my DACA application. I'd also like to know if there's a specific order the documents and applications need to be organized, type of envelope and if I have to go to the post office and mail...
Read the Form's instructions, they explain where to mail the DACA application form, but to double check and be on the safe side, also verify at www.uscis.gov
As to organizing the DACA package of supporting documents, put the form, fee and photos on top, and separate each of the five years' physical presence supporting documents by tabs or colored sheets of papers. Begin with the most recent year, followed by the earlier ones, in ascending order. Use your creativity and imagination, there is no one right way of doing this, pretty much anything goes, as long as logical, clear and easy for the trier of fact to understand. Best of luck!See question
My h1b visa stamping date has delayed and now it is scheduled on Aug 5th. My wife and kids were planned to travel on Aug 6th and I am planning to travel on Aug 13 after collecting the passport from consulate. So my dependents will be travelling to...
As long as your dependents are already in possession of valid H-4 visas in their passports, then yes, that shouldn't be a problem.See question