I've befriended an Indian family, and the wife wants me to sponsor her brother for immigration to US-- I'm hesitant to do this since I don't know the man altho she swears he's a good man.
It depends on what you mean by "sponsoring." If what they're asking is a letter of invitation for a visitor's visa, I don't think there is any risk in it for you. But you're being asked for sponsor this man for an employment-based visa or green card, you should have a serious conversation with an immigration attorney.See question
We have known each other since we was 16, now we are both 25. We want to get married in US but he is not a citizen and does not have a green card. How could we be able to get married in the USA if he doesn't have a green card? I was born in America.
If he has a visitor's visa (or lives in one of the "visa waiver" countries), you can get married in the United States while he's visiting (there is no requirement to have a green card before you get married). You just have to plan the immigration strategy really well, depending on your desired time frame, the costs, etc. You should meet with an experienced immigration attorney.See question
I am in the United States on a B2 VIsa. I would like to try to finance a car while I am here, to be able to drive around and visit places. If I am able to finance a car, will immigration have a problem with this?
Financing a car is not an immigration violation for B-2 visa holders, if this is what you're asking. Whether or not you'll be able to get a loan in your status - that's a different question.See question
I 130 at NVC and husband here on Visitor Visa. Is it legal to adjust status? We do not want to do anything against he law. Thank you for your time.
Assuming your husband is eligible for adjustment of status and not subject to any grounds of inadmissibility, this may all be possible. Even if you are a green card holder, your priority date based on the "Dates for Filing" chart in the October visa bulletin is, most likely, current (meaning that he should be able to file for adjustment). If you don't want to do anything against the law, make sure you use professional help going forward.See question
My n400 application for naturalization was just denied , I got a letter saying I was unlawfully admitted for permanent residency when I was given my green card back in 2002 due to an arrest in 1996 . I was arrested for having a class bdrug on me ...
It does sound like you may have been inadmissible at the time they granted your adjustment of status application. Aside from your naturalization application being denied, you can be put in removal proceedings. Talk to an experienced immigration attorney ASAP.See question
My wife is a green card holder (not through me), and I am a US citizen. I have adopted her daughter (age 13) through a stepparent adoption in the US. What are the steps to getting our daughter US citizenship? We are all living in the US now.
You first need to file for her permanent resident status. You should follow instructions on the official website of the immigration service: www.uscis.gov or contact an experienced immigration attorney, if you can afford one.See question
I have my Adjustment of Status 10 year green card. There was a court date I had no record of receiving notification so, I didn't go. I received a notice just yesterday stating the judge made the decision for removal because I wasn't present. ...
Yes, you do need to take care of it as soon as possible. Arm yourself with the services of the best immigration attorney you can afford - too much is at stake.See question
my brother applied visit visa from pakistan but was rejected under section 212 (a)(6) C1. No reason was given. All his paperwork was good. Is this some kind of ban or what, if so, how to remove/waive it. and if he wants to apply for Canadian visit...
Yes, there is a ban - you can find it in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) Section 212(a)(6)(C). Depending on what happened, your brother can possibly reapply and try to argue that there was no misrepresentation. If he did lie on his visa application, he is likely not getting any visa to the U.S. There are limited waivers available, but I would need to know much more about his case to determine whether he may qualify for any waiver of inadmissibility.See question
I came here on a ten year B1 visa and was not expecting to meet anyone or even stay. I met the man I am married to now and my family encouraged me to give him a chance but he is not the person he was a year ago. He heard of the tax cuts he could g...
It sounds like you're in a difficult spot. Yes, you should be able to enforce the I-864 that your husband signed, but it can only be done through litigation and these cases are lengthy, unpleasant and expensive. There are two issues here - your rights under family law (for that, you need a good family law attorney) and your immigration prospects (for that, you should schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney).See question
On the "Notice of Detain, Remove or Present Alien" is checked off ONLY Notice to remove the alien from the United states and the date. Then as a reason: Subject is inadmissible to the United States. But on the "Withdrawal of Application for Admiss...
It is hard to advise you without looking at the actual documents. I assume that you did disclose this incident in your immigrant visa application (there is a specific question on that in DS-260). If so (and if they did, in fact, allow you to withdraw your application for admission), you should be good.See question