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N. David Shamloo

N. David Shamloo’s Answers

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  • Can we get a copy of our medical reports that was submitted during immigration by the panel surgeon?

    N. David’s Answer

    You may contact the Dr. who examined you and request a copy of those xrays. Some doctors provide a copy of the result of the exam. It is worth a shot!

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  • If I join the military will I be able to make my mother a US citizen?

    N. David’s Answer

    False claim to being a US citizen is fact specific! Being in possession of US passport that was not hers is not enough for the lifetime bar. If she did more than she is trouble! Be well!

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  • Can I file for a change of status with I-94 expired?

    N. David’s Answer

    Let's if your extension is granted first! You should talk to an experienced immigration attorney to sort out your options! Be well!

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  • Can I apply for naturalization based on my husband becoming a naturalized US Citizen or based on 5 year holding green card?

    N. David’s Answer

    I would consult an experienced attorney to see if there is a benefit to apply based on marriage to a US citizen for 3 years. There is a benefit if you have good moral character issues. It is worth a consult! Be Well!

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  • What happens if I don’t submit all RFE documents? Is there a chance to send the missed document again?

    N. David’s Answer

    You should have an attorney contact them and point out that you had already provided the document requested. Be proactive now, so you don't have to face a denial and more cost! Be well!

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  • Can I apply for travel document from outside the USA? Is it my legal right to apply ?

    N. David’s Answer

    You should consult an experienced immigration attorney. The issues at hand are far greater than just your passport. Good Luck!

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  • Any drawbacks of husband and wife filling N400 on different date?

    N. David’s Answer

    Be mindful that the information you provide in each application will be cross-referenced to check your answers. Be truthful about every question you answer in each application. Be well!

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  • Request a visa after surrender of asylum

    N. David’s Answer

    You can request, but I doubt it is likely will get it, because you claimed you were unwilling and unable to go back home, but you did. Coming back the embassy will think you are coming to stay again, like the first time! Be well!

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  • Waiver I-1601 grounds of inadmissibility is denied?

    N. David’s Answer

    You need to consult an experienced immigration attorney, not just any attorney about this! Be safe!

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  • Have you EVER been charged with committing, attempting to commit, or assisting in committing a crime or offense?

    N. David’s Answer

    First talk to an attorney about your arrests and your conviction before you file any papers with the USCIS. You don't want to hand yourself on a silver platter. Your criminal record could very well disqualify you for naturalization at a minimum. If you file any documents with the government you must tell the truth! Be well!

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