I am in green card and planning to travel outside the country . My concern is that i have a few right light violations in the past and a domestic violence case in which the charges were never pressed . Please suggest if its ok to travel.
I agree with my colleagues. It is best to take all of your paper work to an attorney for evaluation. Trump's executive order appears to give a lot of discretion to immigration officers.See question
I am a US citizen (7 months pregnant), legally married in a foreign country, and wanting to have my husband present for our child's birth. He has never entered the country but does know English and desires to support me either if he can permanentl...
You should meet with an immigration attorney. Generally, it is very difficult to obtain a visa in such a short period of time. It would be difficult for him to obtain a tourist visa since you are married,See question
Hi, I am green card holder, and I've been living in USA 4 years now. I am planning to get married my girlfriend who living in Cambodia. As in the plan, I already know the step to process, and decide to do as I planned. I do need to hire a lawyer a...
Every case is fact specific and also depends on the attorney's experience. It is best that you be up front about your budget.See question
Neice came to US on a J 1 visa, a company is willing to sponsor a working visa
It depends on what type of J1 visa your niece obtained. Many of them require that your niece return to her home country for 2 years after she has completed her J1 visa. It is best to meet with an attorney to evaluate your options.See question
With the exception of the June 15, 2012, memorandum entitled "Exercising Prosecutorial Discretion with Respect to Individuals Who Came to the United States as Children," and the November 20, 2014 memorandum entitled "Exercising Prosecutorial Dis...
I do not fully understand your question. President Obama did grant DACA, but his attempt at granting temporary status to parents of US citizens is still in the courts. Regarding President's Trump's orders it is unlikely that he will grant temporary status to parents of US citizens.See question
Hi, My In-laws are planning to arrive in US on 29th June'17 and depart on 26th Dec'17 with B1 Visa. That's exactly 180 days including the arrival date. Will it be fine with this schedule or do they somehow exceed the 180 days allowed for visit...
It will depend on what date is given to them in their passports when they enter the country. It is generally not a good idea to expect to be granted the full 6 months.See question
My final individual hearing is done. All paper work is submitted. Judge said he ll craft written decision. Now its several months passed and he has not done anything. Its very frustrating to wait blindly without knowing the outcome. Is it norma...
Unfortunately each Immigration Judge has a tremendous amount of cases. I agree with my colleague. At this point, your best option may be to meet with an immigration attorney.See question
The issue is that we only have the same father, but not mothers and my siblings mom and my dad never got married
Yes you can still file for your siblings even if they have different mothers.See question
An ex-girlfriend burned all identification, no information as to expiration date. Person has been here since he was 3 1/2 years old but once he broke it off with her she took all his things (birth certificate - handwritten, passport copies, socia...
This is a complicated situation and it would be best to meet with an immigration attorney to evaluate your options.See question
I was out of country and I missed missed biometric appoinment for a re-entry permit. Can I reschedule?
Generally you need to reschedule the appointment before it takes place. You may have to refile for the re-entry permit.See question