Hi, I sent my I751 removal of condition and received my NOA and biometrics. My NOA says that I can travel for an extended time of 1 year from the expiration of my green card. My green card expires february 2016 but the NOA is still active. Coul...
You don't need a stamp if your 1-year extension is still valid. Whether or not it's safe to travel depends on the merits of the case and what country you're from. I strongly suggest consulting with an experienced immigration attorney before leaving the country.See question
I'm in the US right now and I'm in the process of getting my green card through the NVC in the Dominican Republic embassy. My priority date (PD) is June 2015. Two weeks ago I got news that my case was complete and they will schedule the interview ...
Assuming you have no issues with admissibility, you should be fine with consular processing. That being said, you would probably feel safer and more confident if you stick around and adjust your status here.See question
HI I hAve green card since 2013 I need to be out of USA for almost a year . I'm don't exactly know if ithere will count in citizenship or no . It's gonna be almost a year
Your re-entry permit's only purpose is to protect your permanent resident status. It does not change the requirements for naturalization (5 years with a green card and 2.5 years of physical presence).See question
How long is the processing time frame? Priority date June 2015
Yes, it is possible (at least this month), assuming the person is otherwise eligible for adjustment of status. See an attorney at your earliest convenience.See question
I received my green card through diversity visa lottery. It was brought to my attention that my translator back then lied on the application and that was discovered when I went to get naturalization citizenship. My N-400 was denied and claimed th...
As I am sure you realize, your immigration situation is extremely complicated. It requires a detailed analysis, which goes well beyond anything you can discuss in an online forum. You really need an attorney.See question
I'm a US Citizen, my husband of three years has a green card. He planned on obtaining citizenship after the 4 year wait period. We recently accepted a job abroad and wondering if he can keep his perm. resident status or will we have to re- apply (...
Depending on the type of job you accepted abroad, he may already be eligible for naturalization. Check with an experienced immigration attorney.See question
I came to usa 2 months ago on a visitor visa and now am in love with a girl and she is us citizen, we gona get married soon, so what should we do, file for adjustment or status or do consular processing. thanks
If you're eligible for adjustment of status and you don't need to travel in the next few months, it would be easier to file for adjustment and get your green card here. It's a question of strategy that needs to be answered after a detailed consultation with an experienced immigration attorney.See question
My parents are on green card for years and they have re-entry permit for last year... they are traveling in 50 days even though the re entry peermit expires on Oct2017. Is there any possibility they get deported at the airport because of these new...
Everyone is at risk right now. Please talk to an experienced immigration attorney asap.See question
Can my USC wife use only a copy of either her birth certificate or passport, or must she use both together as I file the AOS package? What proof or supporting documents do I need
In order to prove her citizenship, her birth certificate may be enough (assuming she was born in the United States). As far as the other supporting documentation that you need, it's a pretty long list that must be customized based on the circumstances of your individual case. Talk to an experienced immigration attorney.See question
I was two times arrest for shoplifer in target store in aug 2011 First is aug 8 . $450 dallers Second in aug 22 2011 I was changed tags in &100dallers so is court first decmiss my scond arrested in my first arrest is taken to monthly payme...
Depending on whether either case resulted in a conviction / admission or your part, you may be found ineligible for naturalization for lack of good moral character. Take whatever paperwork you have for both criminal cases and see an experienced immigration attorney for a consultation.See question