MY fathers wife is from China and she is not a citizen. He died 3 days ago. She only has a green card, does she have to Return to China now that he has died?
No. Not if she has a green card. Contact a lawyer to discuss your personal details.See question
Me and my wife got married in july 2014 and filled our applications in december, got RFE in January fixed it and sent it back. Check my status online and it says..on January 28 we received your response to our request for evidence, out national be...
The system is very wrong they know about it. Seattle is about 9 months to interview. They have hired some officers and are working to start getting it back downSee question
My friend arrived in the US from Kazakhstan in July, 2010. In February 2014, she was granted asylum. In February, 2015 she applied for a green card. By the time she receives her green card, she will have been in the USA for almost 6 years. Doe...
Unfortunately, this happens often. She can only count one year of asylum plus 4 years of permanent residence for citizenship. She may file the application 90 days prior to completing the 4 years with green card.See question
Can I send the copy of my expired passport as a proof that I am from Nepal while applying for TPS?
A birth certificate and/or valid passport is always best, of course, but any such official document, even if expired, though it's not best will help. If you only have an expired passport I would include it, but add additional evidence and explain the lack of the best evidence. I recommend meeting with an attorney to review your specific case and what evidence you may be able to obtain.See question
I have a photo of my w2. The photo is clear enough for me to see everything that is on it. I am not sure where i put the paper version. I could contact my employer to get it, but i really want to submit my wife's application this weekend. I tried ...
Yes. Print it out. But please immediately delete the ilnk on this public forum for your security!!See question
I just heard the news that Nepal has been granted TPS and it says you have to be continuously present in U.S. Since June 24, 2015 but I have been here since 2007 so could you please explain in further also my passport has been expired for a year ...
It means since at least June 24, 2015. You should meet with an attorney for a thorough review of your personal facts.See question
A parenting plan is in place. The parent without the passports wants to revise the plan and have the passports given to them. The parent with the passports does not trust the other parent with the passports because the other parent works in anot...
The State Department owns passports. But what you are asking is important, and you should attempt to revise the parenting plan so that the passports cannot be used to remove the children from the country, and in fact so that it expressly says the children cannot be removed from the country.See question
she is in the us for 6 yrs already
Only if she entered lawfully, and continuously always maintained lawful status.See question
The law defines who may qualify, so even if someone believes they are highly skilled, and they may be, both the skill and the qualifications need to be analyzed by an experienced immigration lawyer to determine whether it would work for immigration purposes. You should make an appointment to speak in detail and confidentially with an attorney.See question
I got married after my asylum interview and would love to add my wife, not US citizen to my asylum case. The interview was not successful and I'm waiting a hearing with immigration judge. She is in US and currently have J1 visa. We just want to be...
You actually can't add her, because she is maintaining lawful status. In order to add a person to a case in removal proceedings, that person also needs to be in removal proceedings, and then you join the two cases. Because she is maintaining status, she can't be put into proceedings. Also, as a general matter, not having had the opportunity to review your own specific case in detail with you, it is better for her to maintain her status, and keep other possible options open through her for the future. I recommend you review your particular case with an experienced attorneySee question