he has no legal us papers, papers were never filed by parents, we have 2 daughters born here in us,, what can i do to legalize him,,and the cost
There are three ways of going about it provided that you are married officially or can claim civil marriage which is valid in Colorado and for immigration purposes as well. As of March of this year a provisional waiver may be filed to try to waive a ground of inadmissibility related to unauthorized presence which will allow your husband to adjust status without leaving the country. If he is less than 31 years of age he can apply for Deferred Action as a childhood arrival, And he can leave and apply for immigrant visa at the US consulate in Mexico. Either way you should discuss all your options with experienced immigration attorney in your area. Good luck
Get free answers from experienced attorneys.
25,176 answers this week
2,663 attorneys answering
Don't speak legalese? We define thousands of terms in plain English.Browse our legal dictionary