what is my country of residence if i was born in denmark but have lived in the US for the last like 8 years. im 18
second, what if u have a middle name but your middle name isn't on any of your documents including your passport, do u still put your middle name on the form
third, what if u don't have a lawyer to help u with this application (i-821d), do u just leave the 5th page blank
forth, what if your school starts september 4, can u still sent your forms in now or do u have till your school starts.
have to wait till your school starts
If you have read the instructions and still have questions, then it's time to consult with an immigration attorney in private.
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I agree with my colleague.
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I agree with Ms. Emily. If you are here without status, thus in violation of the law and you are giving immigration all of your personal information and don't even know how to fill out the forms, what are you doing filing yourself? Hire an attorney.
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