I have been married for 1.5 years and through the marriage process my husband gained a green card. I have decided to get an annulment and if not, a divorce, but am also wondering if there is a way to get his green card revoked. Thank you.
It's up to USCIS to decline to remove the conditions on your husband's permanent residence. You may contact USCIS and provide any information that you believe would be useful to them in this regard. Have a good week.See question
My grandmother, who lives in Mexico, is elderly and needs someone to take better care of her. There really isn't anyone in Mexico to do so and would like her to live with me. Can I start that process? Do I need a lawyer?
You cannot petition for a grandparent, but there may be other options, depending on the exact circumstances. Humanitarian parole comes to mind, though such an application is known to be difficult. Speak with an immigration attorney. Have a good weekend.See question
I live in california and have been divorced for almost 8 years. She has moved on and has a family and children and I want to change my sponsor to remove her. My status changes and my 10 year status is next year so I need to renew or become a citiz...
If you are eligible to naturalize, you should consult an immigration attorney. There may be a valid reason for not naturalizing, but in the absence of a valid reason, it is in your best interest to naturalize as soon as possible. Technically, failing to apply for a new "green card" does not mean that you will lose your permanent residence. You will, however, need a new green card if you want to travel. You're supposed to carry your requirement with you at all times, which suggests that you would need to renew it or become a U.S. citizen. However, this law is not enforced as most people are wary of losing their green card and have the headache and cost or trying to obtain a replacement. Have a good week.See question
Below is my details: My name is: Hani Spir Dabit NVC Case Number: AMM2014509007 Preference Category: F2B Unmarried son of Permanent Resident My priority date: 11MAR2013 Foreign State Changeability: Jordan - My dad applied for me in 2013...
It is regrettable that you did not speak with a lawyer before making a life change. Every alien should consult an immigration attorney before making a life change, such as getting married or becoming divorced. Such events have the potential to irreparably affect an immigration application, as has happened in your case. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.See question
What should be the appropriate answer to the question in Part 3 of I-485 "List your present and past membership in or affiliation with every organization, association, fund, foundation, party, club, society or similar group in the United States or...
You have to list everything. USCIS wants to determine whether further scrutiny is warranted based on clubs of which you were a member. While you may believe certain clubs are harmless and philanthropic, USCIS does not want applicants to make that determination. USCIS wants to make the call, especially for clubs or and/or organizations that may be categorized as being in the "gray area". USCIS wants you to list everything. You should strongly consider using an experienced immigration lawyer. There may be other issues, not just this which one, which you will not perceive and be able to sidestep without legal knowledge. If your application has any hiccups whatsoever, the lawyer's assistance would have paid for itself, such as if you encountered a delay with your EAD. Have a great week.See question
I applied form I-485 and the USCIS denied my application because I did not appear for an interview as requested. Honestly, I did not received any appointment mail so I did not know about the appointment. Then I received the denial letter, I filed ...
You should do what you should have done months ago -- retained an experienced immigration lawyer. You will get a better result. More importantly, doing it yourself can have irreversible negative consequences. Good luck.See question
My father is currently working in Canada and has an application of working in US. Meaning he is applying for a green card
More information is needed. I would suggest having your father post the question. Better yet, he can call an experienced immigration lawyer about his specific issue. Have a great week.See question
Married my wife in the Philippines, she has a 3 year old daughter. I want to bring both of them here to the States.
I would add that the smart thing to do in your situation would be to retain a lawyer to assist you with such an important process. Have a great week.See question
We as a company want to buy a business in the United States. Me being the director of the company want to go there and run the business and perform all day to day operations of the business but from what I understand one cannot do that on a touris...
Depending on your country of citizenship, you may qualify for an E-2 visa. Alternatively, an L-1A visa . Alternatively still, depending on the size of the investment (at least half a million USD or a million USD), an EB-5 visa which allows you to immigrate (i.e. Green card). However, you will wait at least a year to a year and a half before you can even move to USA. Speak with an experienced immigration lawyer sooner rather than later. Have a great week.See question
Im currently on f1 status and working on cpt. My girlfriend is a us citizen and we are planning to get married early next year. Can i continue working on my cpt until i get my ead and when i file for an aos does my current f1 status get revoked? ...
You should maintain F1 as long as possible. If adjustment is denied or the petitioner withdraws the application and you worked on the EAD from the AOS application, depending on the nature of employment, you would have violated your F1 status. Speak with a lawyer. Your future has to be worth more than relying on an online Q&A forum. Have a good week.See question