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I have been in US on B2 visa I got my asylum final denial by asylum officer recently i was not referred to Immigration court but now i am holding a TPS status in this case does i am eligible to travel back to my country or any other country with A...
This is a difficult question. I've seen people do this - and it has sometimes caused huge problems for them. Don't do anything without consulting with an attorney. It could be very problematic.See question
US permanent resident, currently holding a travel document issued by Egypt for palestinian refugees. Noe eligible for Egyptian citizenship (due to a change in citinzship laws in Egypt). If I take it, is there any paper work required to the update ...
It doesn't matter. But at the interview, they will ask about your country of citizenship. Tell them the truth at the interview. It's not wrong to change citizenship, but don't hide it either as that would be a problem.See question
Can u help me that how long I have to wait ?
Don't worry too much - especially if the if application was a SIJ case. They are behind. There are remedies if it takes too long. Speak to an immigration attorney for more information.See question
I want to go to my country and come back to USA with no problems.
If your lawful permanent residence status has been approved, you may travel. Unlike asylum, you are able to travel to your country. You may not petition for your natural parents though. Consult an immigration attorney formally though before you do anything.See question
Hello. my husband was arrested May 21 2014, just this past Wednesday due to a warrant for not paying his fine. He has no previous charges, and is currently in jail awaiting his arraignment, on may 29th. But after that I dont know what happens sinc...
Yes. It is clear that ICE has their sights set on your husband. There may be options available to him.See question
A women has 3 kids. The eldest was born in USA and is a US citizen. The other 2 are under the age of 13. Mother and other 2 kids are not US citizens. The eldest daughter has turned 21 and wishes to sponsor her mother. The mother after getting gree...
Your question is good, and common due to the problems with immigration petitions such as these. Very basically (and this may not be applicable in your situation) once someone entered the United States with an immigrant visa, they are a permanent resident. They can leave to visit other countries. But you should really speak to a lawyer about the frequency and length of time this woman wishes to spend outside the country - as well as further details about the immigrant petition. A quick consult with an attorney could give you some answers. Good luck.See question
Can I submit tax returns only for the recent year because my previous years tax return don't qualify me.only this year's are above the poverty guidelines.Thank you
You would need to submit the years requested. With only one year above the poverty guidelines, it may make sense to have someone co-sponsor. However, without specifics it is impossible to determine exactly. You should consult an attorney.See question
If this will be approve, does my son application last 2007 for which he was denied as having aged out, can be reopen for reconsideration without paying again for the visa?
Hopefully within the next few months. If the decision is favorable, then it is possible for you to reopen your son's application. However, you will need to look at the decision by SCOTUS to see if and how the law will change. I would recommend using an attorney for this.See question
No criminal past. Is jail mandatory for this charge.
I agree. While you have no prior history, the DA's make it a point to go after cases like this. You can get a public defender if you can't afford an attorney, but you may want to get private counsel in this case. I'm sure you are worried. Pay a consult and speak with an attorney.See question
Us citizen applting for spouse can spose applying for siblings at the same time I apply for him. Or does he have to have his residency first
I agree with Mr. Carlin. Your spouse must fist become a citizen. He can after 3 years if he is still married and living with you. Contact an attorney to make sure you don't have any problems and delay the process as it is a 10 year wait for siblings of USC's.See question