Came legally in 2000. At the time my dad was a resident. He filed for me late to make adjustment for 245I so i didn't qualify. I received the approval notice 797 later saying that i qualify but i can't adjust my status at the moment. My dad made a mistake with the filling time. What can i expect?
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Yes, the Senate Bill will help ... let's see what happens after the House takes out their scissors and starts cutting it up.
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We have to wait and see what the new immigration law would look like. Right now we only have a bill passed in the Senate and need a bill to be passed by the House.
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I suggest meeting with a practicing immigration attorney in your area without any delay to form a legal strategy for your future. You cannot rely on relatives making filing for you. The mistakes, as you may already know, are too costly.
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