I am married to US citizen since last 5 years approx. We have a 4 year old son too. My immigrant visa is pending under admin processing since last 4.5 years. If we decide to divorce now then will it affect my visa case? Because i want to have cont...
Assuming your immigrant visa is based on marriage, yes, the divorce will directly affect your case and you will lose your eligibility. Another issue is why your visa has been pending for this long. You should contact a local immigration attorney in your area for more specific advice as it relates to your situation. Good luck!See question
I applied for her residence, I did the I-30 application. Can she get a visa, to come to the u.s.? She is on Mexico right now. I just got a receive, and review confirmation, about her application. I have not gotten approved confirmation
Your wife can go through consular processing in Mexico based on marriage to you. An immigration attorney can help guide you through the process and assist you in completing the steps necessary to get her an immigrant visa and thereafter a lawful permanent resident ("green") card. Contact a local immigration attorney to inform you on the next steps.See question
My husband and I currently work in different states and travel back and forth to visit each other once a month. I will be changing jobs and moving to a 3rd state in December. My current EAD runs out in February. I want to file for a green card now...
Thank you for your inquiry. As my colleagues suggest above, you should seek the advice of a local immigration attorney located in Oregon. In my experience, the wait times for EAD is about 3 months whereas the interview will be scheduled about 4 to 5 months after filing. This is on average and each case can vary of course. Working in different states and not residing in the same household can pose a hurdle to overcome when applying based on marriage. However, as my colleagues mention above, this forum is not the place to get into specifics regarding your case. Good luck!See question
Does the computer system hiccup, that supports U.S. Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) would affects the immigration files of "petition for Alien Relative" or this file is related directly to USCIS, which takes the regular needed time.
I agree with Mr. Behar. Two separate agencies. The petition will continue to process under normal average processing times with USCIS.See question
I would like to know what options do I have as a Mechanical Engineer from Greece (5 lessons away from taking my degree), if I want to start a new company in Silicon Valley.
As my colleagues mention, it really depends on the nature of your business, size of investment, number of employees, and many other factors. Seeking a consultation from a business immigration attorney would be prudent in this situation.See question
Can i go to school while my asylum case is pending ?
Most likely. Depends on facts of your case. It is advisable to seek legal counsel from an attorney in your local area to confirm. Good luck.See question
My brother is 21years old my parents both have entered the USA illegally but my parents have no criminal record, we have a house that is paid off, 3cars all paid off brother is about to graduate collage always paid our taxes my parents are hard w...
As my colleagues mention, manner of entry is key. In order to overcome the unlawful presence (if applicable) your parents would need to show extreme hardship to a quakifying relative. Please seek a consultation from an immigration attorney to determine the best options for your parents.See question
I am us illegal immigrant but my husband is us permant resident, after feeling I-130 we receive I-797 ,approval notice.but right now we don't know the next
Depending on how you entered the U.S., you may need to apply for a waiver. Contact an immigration attorney for a consultation to determine your next steps.See question
I am currently living in Mexico but I didn't always live here I lived in the u.s. for almost all my life I returned to Mexico Alittle before my 18th birth day my girlfriend and I wanted to get married and fix my u.s.satus I wanted to know what ste...
I agree with Attorney Behar. Your manner of entry is important to assess whether you would require a waiver. Also, you must not get married solely to obtain immigration relief.See question
I am currently an O-1 visa holder, planning to get marry, but hesitate about filling a marriage based green card. If we fail to keep the marriage good for over two years and fail to get the marriage condition removed green card, will I get my O-1 ...
If the marriage is deemed to be a fraudulent marriage then yes it can prevent you from being able to apply for future forms of relief. If you anticipate that you will be unable to remove conditions, you should proceed with caution and consult with an immigration attorney.See question