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Elizabeth M. Wafula

Elizabeth Wafula’s Answers

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  • Will it cause me problems for my AOS if the officer stamped F1 on my reentry instead of parolee ?

    Elizabeth’s Answer

    Based on what you wrote here, I really don't think it will be a problem because you can always explain what happened at your AOS interview. Call my office and schedule a consultation if you need thorough and specific legal advice. You can find my number on my website, wafulalaw.com.

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  • F2A, F1 and TPS ?

    Elizabeth’s Answer

    Her Adjustment of Status application through F2A category will not in any way be affected by her TPS, if it is granted. So if I was her, I would keep the adjustment of status application with USCIS as is and go ahead and file for TPS asap. Because, TPS is a temporary benefit that will only protect her from removal and give her limited benefits such as work authorization, for a limited time. So she'll still be able to adjust once her TPS status expires.

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  • I am a US citizen and married an Australian - we are separated and now his green card is revoked - do I need to do anything?

    Elizabeth’s Answer

    Because you've now seperated and unless you two get back together before divorcing, The only thing you can do at those point is to advice Him to seek counsel as soon possible! As has been said by others...he still can remedy his curent situation but he needs to do something fast...i.e. Seek counsel and find out his options asap!

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  • Premeditated Marriage On A Tourist Visa, Is That Technically Illegal?

    Elizabeth’s Answer

    It could take quite a while before you are reunited with your spouse under the current approach you and your spouse took. It can be quite strenuous to be away from your spouse as long as 10 months. I would consult an attorney and soon to seek and weigh out all options.

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  • My US Driving License expires on Sep 03rd as my EAD card(OPT for F-1 visa) expires on Sep 03/15. How can I get my DL extended ?

    Elizabeth’s Answer

    Like it has already been alluded to, I would take all my USCIS documents, along with your F-1 document to any of the local DMVs and see if they will accept it. You MAY be pleasantly surprised. If I were you, I would try the Shelby Drive DMV location! I hope this helps. For more aid, consult an attorney in your area!

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