Everything can be done here in the US, without you having to leave. Hire the best immigration lawyer money can buy in Chicago. You will need to prove the good faith of both marriages in order to be able to adjust status on your current marriage.
Your previous marriages will not matter if you never applied for immigration benefits through them. Hopefully you can show divorces for each. If you marry your current GF and she petitions you, you can then obtain a GC. The fact that she has a felony on her record should have no effect on her ability to sponsor you, unless the felony was for a sexual crime involving a minor.
Relax. There is no new law yet. All you hear or read are mere "proposals" that have to be debated, negotiated and reconciled between the 2 houses of congress. Hold your breath: the actual piece of legislation to come out of all this will most likely be quite different than what you are seeing or hearing now. Stay tuned.
Unless you can prove (through your parents ) that you were lawfully admitted into the US, you will have to leave the country and consular process for an immigrant visa at the US Consulate general in your country of birth/nationality. Your husband will have to file for an extreme and highly unusual waiver on your behalf.
The partial good news is that those waivers will now soon be able to be filed in the US (starting in March) , be approved, and you will then leave with the approval in your...
What I suggest that you do in this instance is to hire an immigration attorney, have him/her dictate to you a letter addressed to USCIS in which you are WITHDRAWING your Form I-130 Petition for Alien Relative (don't give any reason), effective immediately, and have your attorney appear at the interview in your place & have him hand out that letter to the interviewing officer. That will immediately close the case. There will be no questions asked and you'll be immediately off the hook. (I've...
You can always try. The TSA is accustomed to seeing people from all over the world pass security lines by flashing out their foreign passports. You could be one of them. The only problem might be though, in case you case a TSA agent that is more than half awake, the fact that your Mex passport will be issued by the L..A. consulate. That could raise a red flag (or it could not). You won't know until you actually try.
Yes. As part of your marriage based green card application you will also apply for an advance parole document (on Form I-131) which will allow you to return after temporary foreign travel. It is part of the I-485 package and the fee is included with the I-485. You should get it within 2-3 months after receipt of the I-131 by USCIS.