Petitioner not available someone signed
If they forged a signature, at minimum, fraud was committed. The repercussions, if discovered, will be significant.See question
Dear Sir/Mam, Recently my fiance got her biometric (fingerprinting) done at Lawrence MA. How long it will take for her to receive interview appointment through USCIS? I am wondering about current processing times. Please share some informat...
It could take one month. It could also take 17 months if it gets hung up in security checks as has happened randomly with some of my clients. It varies. Use a lawyer. Money well spent. Have a good day.See question
He entered the states as a minor but did not do so legally, (he walked in). He has a steady income and is willing to pay back tax money( even what he would owed had he paid since day one) he's been here 10 years plus and has not done anything abou...
He may need to apply for a provisional waiver since he entered without inspection (crossed the border without being admitted by U.S. Customs & Border Protection).See question
I am a US citizen and want to sponsor green card for my sibling. I have filled the application form and I am confused about the adjustment of status part for my sibling whether to answer it or just let it remain blank. ultimate goal is to get citi...
I would highly suggest using a lawyer. There is no adjustment of status now. Such an application would be premature. A visa number has to first become available. That is currently taking 13+ years to occur .. (longer if the alien was born in India, Mexico, or Philippines).See question
My friend came to USA on ESTA and she miscount days for buying a flight ticket. She bought round trip flight ticket and return flight is not on 90th day but one day later. So she will stay in USA 91 days instead of 90 days. She tried to reschedule...
A person who overstays the 90-day period of admission granted by the Visa Waiver Program (and ESTA) is not subject to automatic visa voidance under INA §222(g). However, such a person would not be able to participate in the Visa Waiver Program on future visits to USA. To be safe, pay the airline's re-ticketing fee and leave two days earlier. Alternatively, find out if the return from Canada was somehow treated as a new admission to USA that restarted the 90 day clock. Have a good day.See question
I am married for almost two years. I have an I-485 interview scheduled. We had to cancel a prior interview and so we have not had any yet, and my husband does not have a green card. I do not wish to stay married anymore. I have very good reasons f...
You can immediately withdraw the petition. An attorney can assist you with this process. You do not need to file for divorce before withdrawing the petition. You can file for divorce afterward. You may even wish to file for annulment, depending on your circumstances.See question
I want to become a us citizen but my green card expired 30 years ago can I renew my green card in order to become a citizen or will I have any problems with immigration?
You can try to apply for naturalization without renewing your I-551. Regardless, since naturalization applications should not be filed without at least consulting a lawyer, a consultation with an attorney would be a prudent first step. Have a good week.See question
My EAD application is in but it was a little late in applying (less than 3 months to the expiration date). I know they usually take exactly 3 months to come through. If the current EAD expires before I get the new card, do I have to stop working? ...
No, you cannot. Such employment would be unauthorized.See question
Hi, I work as a consultant at the client location of my employer. On the n-400 form which is the valid address to put in the employment details section - the address of the client where I worked, or the address of my employer who pays my salary?
You should list the address of your employer. In addition, you should seriously consider using an immigration lawyer when applying for citizenship. If you choose not to use one, at least inform yourself of the risks. Do not apply on your own simply because non-lawyer friends, who know nothing about immigration law, are opining you can handle a naturalization application on your own. I currently have naturalization applications that were randomly and bizarrely held up in security checks for a long time, well over 12 months, and required constant communication with USCIS to put them back on track. The kinds of stresses you can encounter on your own are likely not worth the money you will save.See question
I came to usa 2 months ago on a visitor visa and now am in love with a girl and she is us citizen, we gona get married soon, so what should we do, file for adjustment or status or do consular processing. thanks
It would be easiest to apply for Adjustment of Status provided that you meet the eligibility requirements. With the assistance of an attorney, you can travel fairly quickly even if you apply for Adjustment of Status. You will not have to wait until the EAD arrives in the mail which can take 60 days, and even more than that based upon recent cases that were processed. Pay close attention to travel advisories being circulated by immigration lawyers before traveling abroad. Definitely speak with an immigration lawyer before traveling abroad. Have a great week.See question