Legal Advice for Spousal Immigration — 264 results
Written by attorney Danielle Nelisse, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
The immigration interview husbands and wives are required to attend in order to get the foreign spouse their green card (lawful permanent residence) through marriage can be very anxiety... more
Written by attorney Hendrik Pretorius, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Which K visa category do I fall under? The first type, the K-1 visa is intended for a fiancÃ©(e) of a United States Citizen who is currently abroad and wishes to enter the U.S.A. to get... more
Written by attorney Hasan Abdullah, over 4 years ago.
This is a set of requirements that can be used as a checklist when petitioning for VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) protection. This is something you should further consult with your... more
Written by attorney JoAnn Barten, over 3 years ago.
Creates the Opportunity for Additional Support Payments The Immigration and Nationality Act (“INA”) provides, with a few exceptions, a sponsor of an immigrant admitted to the United States... more
Written by attorney Huiyue Qiu, 11 months ago.
Affidavit of Support (Form I-864) is among the least understood immigration forms, yet it is so important. Given its complexity, it perhaps matches the difficulty of income tax return. A... more
Written by attorney Greg McLawsen, about 1 year ago.
When one spouse helps another immigrate to the U.S. he is require to sign an I-864, Affidavit of Support. The I-864 is a binding legal contract where the sponsor promises to provide... more
Written by attorney Irene Vaisman, over 1 year ago.
Earlier today (2/28/13) the House of Representatives passed, with broad bipartisan support, Senate bill 47, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act. First, the House had to vote down... more
Written by attorney Samuel Maina, over 1 year ago.
Can you become a Lawful Permanent Resident (Green Card) if you are being abused and your spouse or parent refuses to petition for you?
The immigration laws of the US allow certain... more
Written by attorney Nicklaus Misiti, over 3 years ago.
If you are the spouse of an abusive US citizen or green card holder you do not need to stay with them. In this type of case you can self-petition and receive a lawful status for yourself... more
Written by attorney Richard Hein, almost 2 years ago.
Do I Qualify for Deferred Action? Immigration Attorney in St. Louis, MO Richard Hein explains the list of Requirements to Qualify as a DREAMer or Soñador to Apply for Deferred Action under... more