Your eligibility depends on certain information not provided in the question. Please seek the advice of an immigration attorney to clarify the requirements and make sure you are eligible. I agree with my colleagues that more information is needed and important preliminary questions must first be addressed such as if you have ever been out of status and the running of the "clock" etc. Good luck!
There are various ways to collect evidence of abuse. It would be a good idea to speak individually with an attorney about your specific situation. I am assuming you are in the 90 day period where you will be filing the removal of conditions application. This is the last crucial step and a waiver is no simple form of relief to obtain. You should consult an immigration attorney regarding this matter.
It really depends on your specific situation. An attorney may be able to help you to avoid mistakes and pitfalls throughout the process. Meeting with an attorney can also help you to get a good picture of the various forms, documents, and other requirements (income, medical, etc) that you will need to include in the application.
Thanks for your inquiry. Do you know if anyone would be willing to attest to the fact that you were in the U.S. before your 16th birthday? It would be a good idea to have a consultation with an immigration attorney to make sure you meet all eligibility requirements and do not have any potential red flags in your case. For more information on eligibility requirements, please see the link below.
The answer to your question depends on what type of immigration relief you are seeking, your specific situation, and the attorney you hire. Many attorneys offer reasonable rates and payment plans. You should at least consult with an immigration attorney to see what forms of relief you may be eligible for.
In order to qualify for an H-1B visa under the specialty occupation category, the job must meet one of the following criteria: (i) the Bachelor's or higher degree or its equivalent is normally the minimum entry requirement for the position; (ii) the degree requirement for the job is common to the industry; (iii) the employer normally requires a degree for the position; or (iv) the nature of the duties is so specialized and complex that the knowledge required to perform the duties is usually...
I agree with my colleagues. It is difficult to predict the future but immigration reform seems imminent. As to your particular situation, you may have other options available to you. It may be worth your time to seek a consultation with an immigration attorney. Good luck.