Previous 751 was denied on merit. Many lawyers suggested that USCIS made an error, however now that I have an NTA, can I still go ahead and refile I751 before the case is filed with the court?
I strongly suggest that you hire the best immigration attorney you can find. This case is too complex to continue navigating it on your own.See question
Hellow, I filed my N-400 on date 1/11/2017.Did my Biometrics on 2/21/2017. I live in Boston. I have yet not received any notice about interview. It is 5/23/17 today. Is this unusual or should I contact someone or just be patient?
It's normal. If everything was filed the way it should be, I would expect an interview notice in the next couple of months, if not sonner.See question
I am on a b2 visa and I entered in July 2016 and stayed till December 2016(to write international exams Toefl n Gre). My goal is to eventually come here for my masters. I came back in February 2017 to work on my applications. I have been admitted ...
If your F-1 is denied for failure to prove non-immigrant intent, then your B1/B2 visa will likely be cancelled also.See question
Also, when you receive the letter for the interview, do they schedule it for a week after? A month? I'm taking a 7 day cruise and wondering if I receive the letter the Monday I leave - what are the odds the interview is within that same week?
Right now, it's taking around 5-6 months from the time of filing to the time of the interview. And they usually give a one-month notice. Good luckSee question
In 2009 my boyfriend was caught crossing the border between Mexico and Texas. He was released by the ICE officers and told he would have to report back to them at a later date. Unfortunately, on the date he was supposed to go back he never did. He...
His is a very complicated immigration case. From your description, it is likely that he was put in removal proceedings and was deported in absentia (i.e., without being present). There may be ways to help him, but you need to be working with the best immigration attorney you can find.See question
I am looking for an immigration lawyer to work on a H-1B visa transfer petition and green card process with a small company. I am currently working at company A on my H-1B visa and want to join Company B soon. My 6 years of H-1B will be end in Oct...
Avvo.com, superlawyers.com, and even Google are all good resources in helping you find the best lawyer for your immigration case.See question
My sister got a no eos/aos/cos stamp on her second trip to USA will she be able to came back to USA
That stamp, by itself, does not invalidate your sister's visa, but it shows that the customs officer had suspicions regarding your sister's intent during the last trip. Perhaps, she's been spending too much time in the U.S. You should consult an experienced immigration attorney to develop the best immigration strategy for your sister.
I got marriage 02/16 then applied for an i130 petition throu marriage without an i485 as an alien with a removal proceeders case. However I got sick of being waiting all this time without having even a work permit where I can support myself and wi...
I-130s in removal proceedings do, in fact, take a long time. If you're tired of waiting, hire an experienced immigration lawyer who will push the case along and help you get your work permit faster.See question
He will return back home after his two weeks.
There is no problem with him getting married and returning to his home country, but I assume they will want to live together in the Untied States. If so, have them talk to an experienced immigration attorney to choose the best strategy according to the desired timing and other considerations.See question
How long it will take to complete the background check? Are there any option to contact FBI for case status. My field office is Boston. I took infopass in Feb and they told to wait until background check is completed.
Unfortunately, it can take a while and you wouldn't get any case status from the FBI (as you're not the one who requested the checks). You can either continue to wait or contact an experienced immigration attorney to review your options.See question