My AOS interview has been scheduled for late October 2016. My wife filed for me with her mom as co-sponsor. This is actually my second marriage. My ex had the first kid while she was processing her divorce with her ex husband. Thus, I didn't assum...
Do to these complications, you should contact a local lawyer to review this matter closely.See question
I'm a teenager who's been a Green Card holder for a couple of months now, and I've been wondering if there's any way to get Citizenship faster, other than joining the Army? I was trying to start a career as a police officer in the area I live, but...
I agree with the above attorneys and the army option would be the quickest options for you to become a U.S. Citizen.See question
A immigration judge ordered me to be removed from the US but the order has not been excuted Now my brother is a US Citizen he want to help me to adjust my status
Your brother can file an I-130, Relative Petition for you. However, you would have to wait several years in order for your priority date to become current and then you would be able to think about adjusting. Possibly, even if filed, the other big hurdle is that you would not be able to adjust in the USA without a waiver. I think you need to schedule an appointment with an immigration attorney to review your case to properly review your options.See question
What happens if someone files i485 (EB category) for themselves and their child of 20 years old and their child crosses 21 years before receiving the actual green card? I know through CSPA their age is frozen for immigration purposes and they...
I agree that to make sure what viable options are available, you should consult with an immigration attorney to review your paperwork to determine whether your friend is still covered under the CSPA.See question
Through marriage to an American I was granted a conditional green card ( CR6). At this writing I have just over 15 weeks to apply for permanency through an I-751. Do I act on my own or through my lawyer in submitting this? While the attorney pro...
If you are not happy with the attorneys practices, you have the choice to stay or go. USCIS wants to review a evidence showing that this marriage is real for the 751 process. It is entirely your call to hire an attorney, but you don't want to make a mistake that may cost you more in the long run.See question
I live in Vermont and I've been married to an US citizen for almost 3 years now and got my 2 year residency in January 2016 and I have a joint sponsor because my husband's income was not high enough. I recently found he's been cheating on me with...
That's unfortunate. You should discuss with an experienced attorney with regards to your optionsSee question
Hello, I am filling out I-864EZ to sponsor my mother. I am a bit confused about Part 5 sections 6.a, 6.b, 6.c. It says to put in "my total income (adjusted gross income on IRS form 1040EZ) as reported on my Federal income tax returns for the last ...
Please understand that one mistake could either pause your case or case could get denied. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney.See question
My fiancé recently arrived from the Philippines on a fiancé visa and would like to begin working.
Yes, you can file now, but due to time constraints & filing fees, it's better to wait until you file for her residency. Ultimately, the decision is yours.See question
is there any way state officials can remove this horrible federal facility from my hometown?
The answer is no! This service center services not only residency applications but also victim of domestic violence from all over the world, not only Mexicans.See question
I'm on M1 student visa and planning on getting an OPT.
Yes, based on your OPT, you will be eligible to adjust to permanent residency based on your marriage to a US citizen.See question