We have had an application in for over a year and have not had any results. It was done by an attorney. Another attorney advised we start over, but a couple of things didn't sound right (or legal). I married a women from Honduras and want to bri...
Yes, your lawyer is correct. As the petitioner, you are not required to attend the Consular interview. Only the beneficiaries are required to attend. However, it is unclear why this is your biggest concern.See question
Three months ago, I got married to my husband a month after my OPT ended, and we are now finally sending out the AOS pack.. will this be a problem for my case?
If your husband is a US citizen, your marriage is bona fide, and you have no issues relating to admissibility, then you should be fine.See question
I've been living in the US since I was 13 now I am 22 and I would like to file for my mother. Can I put in my citizenship at the same time I put in her papers to become a green card holder ?
No, you first have to become a US citizen since a green card holder cannot petition for a parent.See question
Hello, My priority date is 30th December 2010 and my category F2B. I am from Pakistan. Based on this chart on USCIS website: https://www.uscis.gov/visabulletin-jan-17 I want to know, can i file I485 with USCIS right now? I am confuse abo...
The priority date for F2B for Jan. 2017 is July 8, 2010. This means that your priority date is NOT YET current since it is December 30, 2010. Moreover, whether you can file for adjustment of status will depend on whether you have maintained a lawful status in the US up to the time of adjustment. If not, you may need to apply for an immigrant visa at the US embassy in your country. There may also be issues relating to unlawful presence for which you will need a waiver. Consult with an immigration attorney for guidance.See question
i have four kids. the boy is 20 and three girls, 17 , 10 and 8. I have a job, My wife does not. We are in the USA as pending asylum applicants. I filed the case 2 years and half back and still we are waiting. My house is rent. I have two cars. Cou...
The divorce will not change anything with respect to your children.See question
Dear sir/Ma ' am : I Hamidreza Ghaffari expert in social worker 6 years of experience working with addicts and their families in Sina Hospital in Hamadan, Iran and my wife (Azadeh Reshadi )is an expert child psychologist more than 11 years of exp...
Please do your best to rephrase your question. It is very difficult to understand.See question
I filed i360 two years ago and still haven't heard anything. I guess I am not sure what I am waiting for. Will they be sending me a letter with an approval or will they call me for an interview? How likely is that they will call me for an intervie...
If your I-360 is based on abuse by a US citizen spouse, then two years is certainly a long time for it to remain pending. You should have received at least a prima facie determination and, if necessary, a request for more evidence, well before now. If you have a receipt number, you can write to the Vermont Service Center for an update. If you have a lawyer, he can contact them by phone or email on your behalf.See question
Got married to US citizen. I am done with my papers but waiting on my birth certificate that i ordered cause i d rather send it with the application once and for all and it s taking forever. it will probably be here a day before my i94 expires. Am...
Since you are married to a US citizen, you can file your papers even after the expiration of your I-94. Doing so will have no negative consequences unless your application is eventually denied. However, if you are really worried about falling out of status before the filing, you can send in what you have now and then send the birth certificate in response to their request of evidence.See question
I am applying for my I 485 from Virginia. However, I am also applying for I 131 as well at the same time. So, I have a question that should I put my I 131 in the I 485 application packet or should it be sent separately ?
It's better to file them together with the appropriate fee ($1,070).See question
I want to visit my mother that was deported a few years ago. Is it possible. Would they approve me for that?
There are travel restrictions for DACA recipients. You must show that your proposed travel is for humanitarian, educational, or employment purposes. Therefore, merely visiting your deported parent likely does not meet the criteria unless you can show that she is seriously ill.See question