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My fiancé did two years in 2014 for burglary of an unoccupied dwelling. He got out and was served with a warrant in a different county. He was told the charges fell in two different jurisdictions and was sentenced to 6 years in 2015. He's be...
If he did two years on the same incident while awaiting trial, that time served should be credited to his sentence. He could initially file a sentence appeal, seeking credit for time served.See question
I have granted Temporary protected status. I have a valid visa and legal status. In this case what will happen if I travel outside US without travel documents?
It is highly recommended you get an "Advanced Parole" document before leaving, which will allow you to reenter the United States upon your return. Leaving and returning is always risky however, and you should talk to an immigration attorney before making any such trip.See question
I have some number on my I797A mentioned under Beneficiary on Page 1. This number start with A-2** *** *** . Is this number my Alien registration Number ?? I have i-140 approved and it was used in my last H1B extension.
Yes that is your Alien Registration Number and you need to provide it whenever you have contact with or questions for USCIS. You can find it on most forms they have sent to you, including the approval notice for your I-140. It also should be on your identification card.See question
As I stood before the court entering a guilty plea as a habitual offender, the court advised me merely on the consequences of the underlying offense. Then the court attempted to sentence me according to the minimum and maximum that was advised onl...
It is not clear from what you have written just what happened in court. The specifics are critical, especially for purposes of an appeal. If they misadvised you and then you plead guilty depending upon that advice, there are good grounds for an appeal. You need an appellate lawyer.See question
When can I file a motion of Summary Disposition? Before or after the panel is assigned?
The time frame generally is three to six months for an oral argument to be scheduled, but it can be longer. Depends on the present caseload in the Appeals Court.See question
My U.S. citizen daughter filed I-130 on my behalf which has been approved by the USCIS. Now I am filing I-485 to adjust my status. My daughter is still in a graduate school and does not have sufficient income to clear a bar alone for the purpose...
Yes your daughter is your sponsor and therefore she must file an I-864 under any circumstances. The joint sponsor in this case would be your friend. An attorney should assist.See question
On 2003 my wife falsely filed charges against me for A&B the case was desmissed we divorced and she was found guilty on forged documents in a car dealership she forged my signature and I have a permanent restraining order against my exwife.the ca...
You probably will not have a problem, provided none of these cases resulted or will result in a conviction. The officials interviewing you will request full documentation, including certified copies of police reports, court docket entries and the like. It would be wise to have an attorney assist you, both in criminal court and with naturalization proceedings.See question
In doing my visa research, it seemed K-3 was the most appropriate "Nonimmigrant Visa for a Spouse (K-3)", but it assumes that "This visa category is intended to shorten the physical separation between the foreign-citizen and U.S. citizen spouses b...
Your best visa for a temporary visa would be a B-2 tourist visa. These are sometimes hard to get, however, as so many with tourists visas arrive and then never return to their home country. There would have to be a convincing argument that there are good and material reasons for that spouse to want to return to her home country.See question
I'm a U.S. permanent resident and I'm sending my application for naturalization this week. About 3 years ago during my trip to Guatemala I met my fiancée. We've been in a relationship for two years, and we are planning on getting married next mont...
I disagree that applying for your spouse-to-be to enter with a Fiance Visa is the fastest route. In my experience, marry your fiance first, then sponsor him/her as a U.S.-citizen spouse. This is the most efficient approach.See question