I am applying for volunteer and internship positions outside school, but I'm required to supply my Social Security Number to these institutions. As I do not have one, I've been rejected. I was wondering if there is a way for a L2 child to obtain a...
You would need to obtain your own work authorization. There is no way around this.See question
MS from USA. Working for 27-30 hrs every week ( part-time h1b)from last 2 years. Going for first time stamping. Can it be done in canada or it is preferred to go to home country?
It must be done in your home country or place of permanent residence.See question
i am not indian/chinese/mexican.
I agree. Your employer can sponsor you for an EB2. Processing times depend on your country of birth. If you are from a country that is current on the visa bulletin, it could take less than one year. Have your employer consult with an immigration attorney.See question
How long will it take for all of them to come? what is the waiting time they have to wait before they get approved ?How much should my income be at least ?
Each fall under different immediate relative categories and would process according to their preference category. Your income must be above the federal poverty guidelines: http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=73c63591ec04d010VgnVCM10000048f3d6a1RCRD&vgnextchannel=db029c7755cb9010VgnVCM10000045f3d6a1RCRDSee question
I came to the US on a visa waiver tourist visa so that I could take care of my wife' s family member who is not doing well. My wife could could not come because of her job (we both live and work abroad). After 2 weeks my wife decided to come (her ...
The interviewing officer will more than likely address this issue in the interview. You should seek advice from an immigration attorney. The following article might help you better understand your situation:
My husband's father is going to be our joint sponsor, and the household size is 7 because of the number of people he claimed on his last tax return. However, this year one of them got married after my father in law filed his tax and my father in l...
An insufficient affidavit of support is a common reason for denial. I agree with my colleagues. It is best to consult with an immigration attorney that is familiar with such immigration matters.
We are a relatively new company (3 years old) incorporated in Fort Worth TX. We have 100% subsidiary in India. All C level execs are in india, only Company secy is in US. We have a steady revenue stream of >600K last year. We now intend to ap...
Generally in order to obtain approval of an L1A you must show managerial or executive capacity will continue in the US. This is difficult for a small operation. There are some exceptions including new office expansion. I would consult with an attorney for a more complete review of the options available.See question
I am 6 week pregnant and appling for L1 visa, is there any specific rules/limitations for pregnant women for applying l1?
No. An employer can sponsor you as long as you and your employer meet the L1 requirements.See question
My wife is from Russia and she was married there to another gentleman she came to the United States and was here illegally she filed for divorce here in the United States from her husband in Russia we then got married 2 years after we got married ...
You cannot be married to two people. A marriage to a second person before a legal divorce makes the second marriage null and void.See question
H1 B and working as a full time emplyee with that company, now I want to move to a new company and work with my new comonay as a consultant, can I have work for both the compnaies at the same time until I get a project with a clinet for my new com...
H1B visas are employer specific. This means that you can only work for the employer that sponsored your H1B. However, you can change employers at anytime and can work for two employers. If you switch employers the new employer must file for a change of employer. Once the petition is received by USCIS you can begin working for the new employer. A second employer would need to file for a concurrent H1B. This would then allow you to work for two employers at the same time. Your employer should seek guidance from an attorney.See question