Am currently married to my fiance who is USC,can I go on and file my I-130 and work permit,and if yes,when do I file my change of status and what procedures do I take from now,my master hearing is in April.I have been with my fiance since 2009 and the prosecutor has it on file that I was planning on getting married to my fiance prior to getting arrested.
By any chance,can I find a lawyer to help me with this but I may need time to make installment payments,any great ideas are welcome.Thank you!
You are on the right track by looking for an attorney. Find one early enough, get married, file the I-130. Most attorneys have payment plans, especially with removal cases.
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I am glad to hear you are looking for a lawyer. You will be greatly helped by having counsel in your removal proceedings and in the filing of the I130. Many lawyers are willing to work out an installment plan for you.
Samuel Ouya Maina, Esq. 415.391.6612 firstname.lastname@example.org Law Offices of S. Ouya Maina, PC 332 Pine Street, Suite 707 San Francisco, CA 94104
You can request adjustment of status before the immigration court. You should look for a lawyer to help you with this.
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Normally, you can concurrently file forms i-130, i-485, and work permit petition i-765. But from the sounds of it you may very well be in removal proceedings or be on the point of being placed in proceedings. DHS goes full bore after people with DWI's, in my experience, as much as they ever have.
Consult with a competent attorney or BIA-accredited representative as soon as possible.
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At this point your case is going to be much more complicated than simply filing forms. You need to hire an attorney immediately. My firm handles marriage based immigration & deportation defense in your area.
Law Offices of Nicklaus Misiti
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