My L1 B visa expired in Nov, 2016. I contacted my employer for an extension. But they mentioned we can't apply an extension as my i94 is valid till 2018. Also, they told we can apply an extension 6 months prior to the I94 expire date only . But, I...
No, only your employer could provided you did not yet reach the 5 year status limitation.See question
My husband will complete his 6 years in May,2017. I am working on L1 visa. So, we have filed Cos(H1 to L2) in January,20. Looks like we don't get approval by May based on processing times.. so can he stay in USA beyond 6 years of H1 as COS in prog...
YEs he can stay awaiting adjudication of the COS application.See question
What is the difference when your i-130 are approved before the interview versus after the interview? I see a lot of cases in which people get different approval time. My i-130 has been approved after a second interview. Is that a good sign?
For all practical purposes, there is no difference.See question
Hi, I'm in NY, If I submit my application to became a citizen now (I'm a LPR) after how long I will get my passport? and after how long I will make the interview? Is there any way to speed up the process? Thanks
You can visit www.uscis.gov and check the current processing times. There is no way to speed up the process.See question
I am a U.S. Citizen and I married my stepchild’s mother on 2011. My wife and step daughter than became a resident through my petitioning for permanent residence ( green card). My step daughter is currently living with us since 2010. My wife alre...
If the daugher is an LPR, which is not clear from your post, she will become a USC the moment her mother becomes a USC. Provided that happens before the child turn 18.See question
I came here illegally and married to a citizen and my I130 was approved, however I got detained for traveling without any identification. My case was administratively closed and I could work, pay my taxes etc. My marriage was abusive and I had to ...
You need to address this question to your lawyer who seems to be doing a right thing here.See question
I came to the USA when I was 3 I lived here for 3 years the returned to mexico, then came back at the age of 14 ( year 2009) been here ever since then.
To be eligible for DACA, illegal aliens must show that they have:
been under the age of 31 on June 15, 2012;
arrived to the United States before reaching the 16th birthday;
continuously resided in the United States since June 15, 2007 up to the present time;
been physically present in the United States on June 15, 2012,
been physically present at the time of requesting deferred action from USCIS;
entered without inspection before June 15, 2012 or had any lawful immigration status expired on or before this deadline;
been in school at the time of application, or have already graduated or obtained a certificate of completion from high school, or have obtained a general educational development (GED) certificate, or are an honorably discharged veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard or the U.S. Armed Forces;
not been convicted of a felony, significant misdemeanor, or three or more other misdemeanors, and do not otherwise pose a threat to national security or public safety.
My husband has a DWAI in NY (not a crime) and also arrested by ICE in Ohio. We are married I am a USC, we have a 19 month baby boy and another baby due in May 2017. I-601A is approved. With the current Trump admin we are worried that he will not g...
Good question. Will have to wait for a while until the Administration actually has time to review their policies and change them if needed. Until then, I am afraid, the chances are precisely the same as they were during the Obama Administration.See question
if i came to usa on 28 june 2013 and used travel ducument form I 131 before this time . I have green card since 2009
You need to have at least 50% if the applicable statutory time to apply and demonstrate continuous presence. Stay outside of the USA on a single trip for a period longer than 180 days interrupts continuous presence.See question
My wife was previously married to another American citizen. They began the petitioning process and it proceeded at least to the point where they were informed that the application had been approved and that she would soon receive further instruc...
Inquiry into bona fides of every prior marriage is a fair game.See question