I came to the United states on K1 visa and my United states fiancé said she does not want to marry me anymore. About 80 days after I was hospitalized due to severe heart condition and I am still in a hospital for the past month. The doctors said t...
Unfortunately the answer is negative. Seek to immediately consult with an experienced immigration attorney to explore which other options might be available to and the realistic feasibility of each.See question
i am from bangladesh , and i am holding f1 visa . one of my cousin from bangladesh wants to help me to get greencard . can you explain the easiest way
The "easiest" (and most effective) inevitably goes through an in-depth consultation with an experienced immigration attorney who will analyze your cousin's situation, explain the various options available to him and the feasibility of each.See question
Hi, I am an immigrant, married to US citizen and this is how I obtained my greencard. We are applying for I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, what evidence should we submit? Should we submit photos like the first...
The best "list of documents" you could use for I-751 purposes are to be found on your old I-485 adjustment of status interview notice document (remember that one?) . Try to find it. Submit all supporting documentation as of the date of marriage.See question
I have an upcoming U.S. citizenship interview... I am concern that I am away from home for medical reasons for 2,5 months... I and my husband wanted to have a child through IVF. I had a miscarriage 2 years ago. I have all the reports, and...
Relax. Will not be any problem. Simply report your last trip since you filed the N-400 when asked during the interview, don't give too many explanations - be very brief - and only show "paperwork" if and when asked - not unless and until. Best wishes.See question
I know the actual EAD would take some but how long would it take for me to get a receipt acknowledging they received my application?
Will take at least 10-15 days for you to get the receipt after USCIS having received your I765 application. It will take USCIS 70-80 days to issue your work permit.See question
I am a Chilean living in Chile and am approved for travel to the USA under the visa waiver program. I have an H-1B1 visa application pending. Can I safely travel to the USA while the H-1B1 application is being processed?
Yes, no problem. Just make sure to depart before your 90 days are up and undergo the H-1B visa interview in Santiago, after having been notified by your employer that your H-1B has already been approved and you having filed for that H-1B visa at the US consulate in Santiago.See question
1. Is it possible to work from Home on H1B Visa. I am planning to work from Home 2 Weeks and work from Office for 2 Weeks. 2. Is only LCA required or H1B Amendment required. Home is in different state as of Work Location.
Could be possible, if correctly structured and applied for with both DOL and USCIS. Your employer needs to work with a qualified immigration lawyer.See question
I am a US citizen and my son 5 years who were born abroad and came with me with a visit visa, he got the approval letter for his AOS stating that he will not get a GC as he is automatically a US citizen after his AOS is approved ( the Child Citize...
Go ahead and make an appointment at the US passport office and apply for your son's US passport. Don't need either the GC or the "stamp". Just take the approval notice along and proof of father-son relationship. The passport office will tell you what else you might need.See question
I got uvisa based on dv. My husbavnd got away by getting the case dusmissed. But now how can i get a green card. Do you think i am eligible even when the case is closed. Iit is going to ve three years ina little bit so i am looking to see what can...
Once you have been on "U" status you are eligible to file for "adjustment of status" ("green card") in the US. Your husband's criminal case's status or record is irrelevant for your purposes.See question
Can I stay in U.S. with my student visa If I marry him ? Or should I wait to marry until my bf becomes citizen ? My boyfriend is becoming a citizen in October 2016.
Yes, you can remain in the US with your student visa undisturbed if you marry your LPR BF, as long as you continue to maintain valid F-1 status.
When want to marry is a matter of personal preference and should not be dictated by "visa" or "green card" calculations.See question