Hi, A little about myself, I am a British Citizen who is currently married to a US Citizen where we both reside in the US (I own a work visa). As far as I am aware, the only two forms I need to file for Adjustment of Status are: file I-130 AND...
There are a number of other forms and documents needed and I highly recommend that you see an immigration attorney to prepare your papers in order to navigate the process, which is complicated. Incorrect submissions
can result in long delays. It would not be proper to give you a "how to" answer without knowing the specifics of your situation, i.e. type of visa, method of entry in US, etc., etc. Good luck.
My spouse is sponsoring their relatives who does not have the same last name. We provide all the financial support and will provide all our financial documents like paystubs, w2, tax documents, invitation letter. How likely they will get a stamp?...
It is important that the relatives show they intend to return home, provide documentation of their employment, other relatives dependent upon them, ties to the community and
property ownership to help prove this intent. Best of luck.
I have applied for my wife PD 14-JUN-13. My case has been completed as of 30/4/14 and NVC has said they are scheduling the interviews . With the retrogression coming in effect from Jun 14 I was wondering how it will effect my case. I would re...
You will need to wait for a visa to become available, and you really wont know until the case is approved and that month's visa list is published.See question
Hi, I'm filling my application for a green card through my husband who is an american. I came 2 weeks ago to the united states and entered with my tourist visa. We rented an apartment already and have an address here. Should I put that address as...
The intent of a tourist visa is tourist, not to adjust your status. I recommend consulting with an immigration attorney before your file any paperwork to get proper advice regarding your situation.See question
We moved overseas right after we got married and decided to separate a year ago. I currently live on my own, still overseas, but not in my home country. We remain friends and she is not sure if she will be living in MA when she goes back to the US...
You can file for divorce in the state where you last lived together (subject to that state's rules), or, if
no one lives in that state, you may file in MA if you have lived here for more than one year.
I agreed to give my husband joint legal custody how does it work if hes out in San Diego and my self and my son is out here in Boston Masschussttess also he is to young to travel alone i don't have the money for a attorney please help
If you have been here for a least a year you should file for the divorce here.See question
My wife is on green card and I'm on H1B visa. On NOV-2013, she filled I-130 form for me. Before getting my green card, can I convert from H1 visa to depended H4 visa?
No, H4 is for dependents of an H1B holder. You will need to maintain legal status while the I-130 is pending which could be years, dependent upon what country she is from. Is she eligible yet to take her Citizenship exam?See question
i work on a cruise ship and, had 1 week to remain in the USA, i stayed to get married but due to unexpected circumstances, i over stayed for about 6 months before i filled my petition for status change....i want to go back to the cruise ship when ...
You are not eligible for change of status if you have a C (crewman) visa. You need to meet individually with an attorney to determine your status.See question
I am the custodial parent of 2 girls ages 10 and 11. I filed for divorce in 2006 and finally divorced in 2009. There has been non stop nonsense from my ex, returning the girls late from visits, taking them on vacation to New Orleans while a hurri...
It sounds like a case was filed (A tracking order is sent by the Court for new cases to make sure they are
processed in a standard amount of time (8 months), etc., etc. Go to the court where you were divorced and ask the clerk to check your docket #. You may not have been properly served. She will need to prove a substantial change in circumstance in order to reduce child support. An attorney can advise you as to what changes to the parenting agreement are possible for you and the best interests of the children.
The offense would fall under the Adam Walsh Act so a conviction would bar him from petitioning. However a CWOF or deferred adjudication would not amount to an actual conviction as such. Would it?
A CWOF is interpreted by USCIS as a guilty as the defendant must admit to
sufficient facts when accepting the CWOF.