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
I'm currently a green card holder through Asylum in here (from Indonesia). Also, i have travel document. My company plan to send me to Brussels (Our other branch office) for job training for two weeks. My question is, with the current immigration ...
Check with a Belgian embassy near you or contact an Immigration lawyer in Belgium as to what kind of visa you would need for the two week training session in that country.See question
I enter as visitor visa to take care my sick brother. He is good now. During that time, I fall in love with girl who have GC. We dated for 2,3 months. On 7th month of me entering in USA, we got married. I file for i130. I have applied for change o...
If your wife is going to apply to become a US citizen, then you need not worry about overstaying. Once she becomes a US citizen, you become her immediate relative for immigration purposes. You can apply for your green card then and your overstay will have no adverse consequences. However, you both should make sure that there are no issues that could prevent her from becoming a US citizen.See question
I want to bring my grandpa to The U.S he is 65 years old my grandma passed away 5 years ago , & ever since she died he hasnt been the same he has got sick he has diabetes & high blood pressure theres no one to take care of him in Mexico and i prom...
Help your grandpa to apply for a visitors' visa (B1 / B2) at the US Consulate in Mexico. He needs to show that he has strong ties to Mexico and intends to return after his visit. You may need to provide an invitation letter and financial statements to show that he will be adequately supported during his temporary stay in the US. Because he is not your father, you cannot file for a green card for him. Good luck.See question
I have a 2 year green card,I want to file for a 10 year, how much is it?
The current fee for an I-751 is $505. There is an additional fee of $85 for biometrics for a total of $590.See question
i came to usa with a visitor visa and got married and applied for all applications needed, i got my work permit, i did my finger print, i did the interview and at the end of it the officer told me that she's gonna schedule the appointment for offi...
Call USCIS at 800-375-5283 for a status update on your matter, or schedule an INFOPASS appointment to speak to an officer at the office where the interview was done. With that said, your best option is to hire an experienced immigration attorney to handle your matter.See question
I have been granted asylum and I am getting ready to file for my first GC. What are the necessary (besides the I-693 and G-325) documents to include along with my I-485? I heard about EOIR-28 but if my husband and I are filing for ourselves, no at...
If, as you state, your aim is to send as complete a package as possible, then you should consider hiring an immigration attorney to assist you.See question
We have evidence of cohabitation, joint finances, insurance, baby together, etc. Do I still need to submit affidavits from my friends / family - Is it mandatory?
From these facts, you seem to have good evidence of a bona fide marriage. You may also submit affidavits if you like. Although not mandatory, they may also be useful.See question