My wife (citizen) just filed I-130 and I filed I-485 and realized I missed the medical exam report. Since we just mailed everything and haven't received any RFE, BUT I do have the receipt for my 485. Would it be okay if I mail the medical report ...
The chances that your subsequent submission of the medical will actually get matched up with the file is very small. wait for an RFE.See question
My wife is on a two year marriage-based green card. We are aiming to get the 10 year green-card next year, and then her citizenship the year after. I heard that if she goes for professional counseling it might impact her ability to get the 10 year...
No, it shouldn't affect her immigration. The main concern when she applies for naturalization would be whether she is a danger to herself or others. If she is committed to a mental health institution, you'd want to have the facts evaluated prior to applying for naturalization. Regular outpatient counselling for extra support during a time of grief should not affect her.See question
I am extending my B2 visa , however applied for TPs , if I stay for full 18 months which my B2 won't allow me to but TPS would , will k be considered overstayed or B2 violation when trying to return to USA in future with B2 ?
I agree with my colleague. TPS does not negate your ability to get a visitor visa. However, you will need to apply and be granted a visitor visa, which means establishing all the visitor criteria including your intent to stay in the U.S. only for the specified time and return home.See question
With B2 and TPS both , I am staying 18 months in USA which violates B2 visa but not TPS , my main concern is will I be able to re enter USA with B2 in future ? As I don't plan to re register TpS and leave US right after initially designation for ...
If you get TPS, you are saying you are unable to return to your country for the indefinite future. TPS is frequently renewed for 18 months two (or 3?) times, and then redesignated again. Some people with TPS have lived in the U.S. many years in that status. Eventually, it is terminated for many. If you have TPS, it may be difficult in the future to enter as a visitor, because visitor status requires you demonstrate you intend to return home. Having had TPS may bring that intent into question. However (!) it depends on the case, the specific facts, and the evidence you have. You really should meet with an experienced immigration lawyer.See question
I am a us citizen and I filed an I130 on 2013. My husband and I want to continue the process now but we dont know if ti get a notary first and then an attorney to see if he dont go to mexico for a long time or to just get an attorney since the beg...
Please understand that in the U.S. notaries are not lawyers. Please also note that in the state of Washington it is illegal under the Immigration Services fraud act and the consumer protection act for anyone other than a Licensed attorney or authorized accredited representative to assist in any immigration matter. There is a reason WA made it illegal, just consider the name of the law "Consumer Protection." Also, if you husband was granted cancellation of removal, it is not necessary for him tot go through the adjustment or immigrant visa process. I strongly urge you to sit down for a thorough review with an experienced immigration lawyer.See question
I am currently holding a E27 category green card, the expiration date is after 10 years .I am married for one year, I am going though a divorce, and I have the following questions: 1.) Is this a conditional green card. If the divorce is final? ...
The question isn't quite clear, you are saying you are a conditional permanent resident based on marriage to a U.S. citizen? If so, you should contact an attorney to review with you how to handle removing the condition. Depending on the specific facts of your case, you should be able to maintain your residency, and later naturalize. However, it does depend on the specific history of your case, showing that it was a genuine marriage at the time you entered into it, and there was no problem on your side such as domestic violence or abuse by you of your spouse. Please work with an experienced immigration lawyer.See question
I became a US Citizen on 04/13/2015, my wife had her interview at the visa center on 05/07/2015 I petitioned for her has a legal resident, my son was born on 09/09/2014 (in mexico), I wrote a letter to the Visa Center letting them know to add my n...
In order for you to do the N600 he must have been not only admitted, but a permanent resident. If you didn't do an accompanying or following to join petition for him so that he would be admitted as an immigrant, then you need to adjust his status in the U.S. now, and then file the N600.See question
Which form I have to apply
You don't apply, she does. However, you will do a letter of invitation that should address certain specific issues, an experienced attorney can help with that. You will also include an affidavit of support--not the I864 for permanent residence-- and more. You might want to work with an experienced immigration attorney.See question
When someone get approval from college It doese mean they will give students visa
The college needs to be one that is approved for international students (participates in SEVIS), you need to have the resources to do the program, since your ability to work on a student visa is limited, you need to be admissible to the U.S.. There is a lot to consider beyond just being accepted into the school. If you are abroad, and you apply for a visitor visa, it is important to tell the consulate that you may apply to change status to student after you arrive. There are a number of considerations. You may want to consult with an experienced immigration lawyer.See question
Hi, If I got married to a US citizen in a state (court marriage), but we currently live together in another state, does that present any challenges to the marriage-based green card application?
Substantively, no, procedurally, maybe. Make sure you do a change of address with the office that has the application not only the AR-11! The AR-11 goes to a main data base and does not get reflected in any active case! Assuming you are adjusting status in the U.S., they will likely make you attend the interview in the USCIS district where you currently live. The rule is that it is up to the discretion of the director of the district, but they almost always make you do it in the new district where you currently live. That means getting the systems updated. If you get scheduled for the old location, and spend money to fly there, etc., you may be told you need to do it in the new location. Big waste of time and money. Then there's a risk the file will disappear into the "black hole," and it can cause big delays. So, the conclusion is that it is very important to be able to show you did notify the right office of the change of address.See question