I am a 5 year USA Perminent Resident married to a USA citizen. I submitted an application for citizenship, took my biometrics, and I am now waiting for my next letter. In May 2016, I submitted a petition for an F2A visa for my 9 year old daughter ...
Multiple petitions are not necessarily problematic. It is not uncommon for multiple petitions to be pending for the same alien. However, a K-1 visa is not technically a petition. Nevertheless, the facts you have presented does not suggest that any negative immigration consequence will befall your daughter. Speak with an experienced immigration lawyer. Have a great week.See question
I am a US citizen and he the US illegally. His last 2 DUI's were in 2014
Multiple DUI convictions would raise concerns about alcoholism. He should discuss the matter in detail with an experienced immigration lawyer. Have a good week.See question
1.RECENTLY MY H1B (RENEWAL )DENIED, CAN I CHANGE MY STATUS TO F1 ? 2. MY FAMILY WAS ON H4 STATUS,RECENTLY THEY TRAVEL TO ASIAN COUNTRY, THEY HAVE VISIT VISA CAN THEY TRAVEL TO USA AS MY H1 B DENIED ? PLEASE ADVISE ME THANKS
So long as they satisfy to the satisfaction of the interviewing CBP officer that their stay in the U.S. will be finite, they can try and enter the U.S. Have a great week.See question
I still marriage and I do have 2 1/2 with my PR I hear I can star my process to be american citizen 6 monts before my 3 years if is true? also I went to my country (mexico)for 3 times to visit my mom she is sick,but I do not stay more and 4 days ...
Permanent residents living in marital union with a U.S. citizen spouse are eligible to apply for naturalization after 3 years instead of 5 years. Applications can be submitted 90 days before the 3 year anniversary. The anniversary date is on the I-551 (green card). Do yourself a favor and use an experienced immigration lawyer. You have to satisfy all the requirements of naturalization in order for your application to be approved. Have a good week.See question
I have a restaurant in Egypt and I would like to open one here in CA, USA. Would opening specialty restaurant qualify me for L1 or E2 visa? Which visa would give me a better chance of acceptance, L1 or E2 visa?
You need a consultation. L-1 would definitely be the preferred of the two visa choices. However, L-1 approvals are not nearly as easy as E-2 approvals. If you meet the requirements for an L-1, you should try to get an L-1. However, your really need to sit down with an experienced immigration lawyer and review your options. Have a great week.See question
I'm married to a US citizen and we sent our application in November 2014. I already received my documents and had my interview March 2015. However I still didn't receive my 2 years green card yet. After sending a case status request I was just inf...
On the date that you are admitted to the U.S. as a permanent resident (usually date of interview), if you marriage is less than two years old on that date, you will receive a 2-year green card. If it is more than 2 years old, you will receive a 10-year green card. Have a good week.See question
My girlfriend who I been with for a while now Got her visa about 9 months ago. Long story short she is pregnant (about a month). I was always using protection because we didn't want this happening because we where scared of what problems it could ...
It is not clear based upon the information you provided. If you are eligible to naturalize, do so. A person can give birth as a B-2 visitor to the United States. Have a good week.See question
I came here on k1 visa. I got my SSN .do I need to apply for i-765 form???
Ensure you marry within 90 days. If you do not, you would not be able to adjust status. You do not have to file the application to adjust status within 90 days. Have a good week.See question
Me & my wife is been married since 2.5 years. I've been in the US since March 2016 through spouse visa (green card with 2 years conditional status). We have been in the relationship for more than 5 years prior to marriage. Everything is good betwe...
These applications (removal of conditions on permanent residence), if properly done, will be approved without an interview -- even in cases where there has been divorce. The key is to submit a comprehensive application. Your best bet is to use an experienced immigration lawyer. Have a good week.See question