San Francisco Immigration Attorney.
Answered over 1 year ago.
You may. I would suggest you speak with an attorney before doing so, since there may be consequences depending on whether you are in status and how long you have been in the country.
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Forms are available on USCIS website. You should speak to an attorney about possible immigrant intent issues and misrepresentation
Be patient. Wait. If more than one lawyer said the paperwork was sufficient, then trust their judgement. CIS is taking long to process these cases because so many of them are being filed. Good luck to you.
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You would need to consult with an attorney who practices Canadian immigration law, or check with the Canadian consulate
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If he has a properly issued SSN you should include it where asked.
Perhaps. The answer to that question is too dependent on the facts of any given situation.
Did your Mum participate in the fraud?
I think you are right - have an attorney to help her the next time she tries to come.
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There is no guarantee until the visa is in hand and you have been admitted as a Lawful Permanent Resident.