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Now i don't know if i need to submit the pardon and adjustment of status? And will i have to go back to Honduras? We have an 8 year old daughter and have been married for 5 years. I have a clean record. I am fixing through my husband us citizen. ...
if by "WI" you mean with inspection then you are most likely eligible to adjust status through your USC spouse based on your approved I-130. However, if you entered without inspection then you are not eligible for adjustment of status unless you previously filed a labor cert or other petition prior to April 2001 (grandfathering you under 245i). If you entered without inspection and are not under 245i you will need to do a 601A waiver to pardon your unlawful entry to the US.
You should also speak to an immigration attorney about potentially getting advance parole through DACA in order to obtain a legal entry to make you eligible for Adjustment of Status.
Sounds like you have a path to a green card no matter what so you should talk to an immigration attorney to make sure you follow the proper process.See question
My husband and I came to US 3 years ago and applied for Asylum; he added me and our 2 kids to his application; now he wants to divorce me and threatening to kick me and the kids out of application; how can I separate our application from him or ap...
You should definitely consult an attorney for something like this. You may be able to submit your own independent application for asylum but depending on how far along in the process you are you may still be derivative beneficiaries under his case. I would really need more information about your case. I strong suggest you get your own lawyer who is not representing your husband to help you.See question
I will be having my naturalisation interview next month. I was already cleared with my Background check. But I recently had some KArfaFel with DMV. There was an administrative sanction on my Drivers licence and I signed a waiver that I made a fals...
There is no question I know of on the N-400 that asks about DMV sanctions. I believe the question is have you ever been arrested, cited or detained by law and have you ever been charged with a crime or offense. If this did come up it could be an issue for good moral character since it was within the 5-year look-back period. However, I don't see this coming up during your interview. If it does come up though you must disclose it.
You should consider hiring an attorney to prepare you for your interview and represent you at the interview.See question
I am a Cuban citizen, an I received help from the government such as medicaid, food stamps, etc.
You should answer the question honestly. If you received public benefits then you must disclose that or you are committing fraud. It is true that this may have a negative impact on your case. It really depends on the officer and how much public assistance you received.
You should note that food stamps and benefits for any children you have legally in the US don't impact you and usually any public benefits received for a short period of time after a major life event or pregnancy will be forgiven.See question
Which box should I mark in part 2 of I-485 if I am a cuban citizen who has been paroled and physically present in the US for at least 1 year
Well there is a box the specifically states that in part 2 ("e"). What box you check would depend on what the basis is for your adjustment of status. What is the basis for your application?See question
Hello, I was wondering why is I485/I130 taking longer than usual time for Seattle. Current online status mentions for I485 "On June 2, 2016, we received your response to our Request for Evidence for your Form I-485, Application to Register Perma...
An AOS pending under a year after an RFE is not uncommon at all. I have many cases pending more than a year after an RFE. It is possible that the case is pending security checks with the FBI or another agency-CIS likes to shift the blame to other agencies when possible.
What country are you from? DO you have any criminal or immigration issues in your history? These things can impact the wait time.
You can consider filing a mandamus action, which is a lawsuit in federal court compelling USCIS to make a decision on the application.See question
wife applied I-485 AOS..EAD/AP card recvd...fingerprints done I am on H1, she still on H4...not used I-485 EAD..we are still using H visa/status due to an emergency she has to go abroad for few months... 1) what if GC gets approved when...
If by EAD/AP you mean employment authorization and advance parole then she is allowed to travel outside the US while her case is pending. You should note that EAD is NOT the same as AP. One must apply for advance parole independent of the EAD. EAD does not give her permission to travel abroad.See question
I have illegal residence through asylum. Although I had unlawful presence before. What kind of documents should I take to travel to Puerto Rico and return to Usa (New York). I have to go through immigration there is any link where to read any i...
I am fairly certain that almost all airlines and the TSA require a passport to return to US from Puerto Rico. I would bring a valid passport.See question
I went on vacation to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. At the time of our arrival our room was open and the housekeeping just finished mopping the floor. My family and I asked them to please dry the floor. They then came back with a wet mob. ...
You would need to find yourself a Dominican lawyer who is familiar with the laws of the Dominican Republic. I don't believe this website has any lawyers from outside the US. I imagine it would be expensive for you to bring a lawsuit in the DR if you live in NY. You would need to discuss the possible damages (money you can recover) for your injury under the DR's law. Depending on the extent of your injuries it may not be worth while to even pursue it. For instance, if you only suffered a fracture and it healed properly then damages would be minimal even if you went through the entire legal process to bring a lawsuit.
In regards to your pain and being out of work you should be able to collect disability. If I were you I would work on getting some sort of disability compensation right away rather than trying to sue the actual resort.
Was this vacation work related somehow? If not I don't think you should have it posted in the employment law section.
Good luck.See question
I was recently arrested for petit larceny ($100 of merchandise) in Nassau count, NY. I signed a confession at the store and have already payed the company a fine. My court date is next week and I do not if I should represent myself or hire an atto...
If you ask a website full of lawyers whether or not you need a lawyer, you are certainly going to get a website full of lawyers telling you that you need a lawyer,See question