Hi, my mom and my stepfather met each other 20 years ago. My mom did not divorce my blood father and she left the USA due to domestic violence with my blood father (I am USA CITIZENS 22 years old). My mother was still married she left to Panama wi...
This is a very long set of facts that you have presented. You should sit with an immigration lawyer in order to figure out what is best for you to do. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.See question
I got my EAD and Advance parole. hello, I am in New York. My AOS was filed on Nov, 2016 and now it is ready to scheduled for an interview since february 14, 2017. Please let me know when can i expect the interview.
Check the case processing times on the USCIS website. Go to https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDisplayInit.do.See question
Hi, I'm currently out of the US flying back soon. I have stayed outside for almost 6 months and I'd like to know what to do in case I get questioned by the immigration officer and in worst case if they ask me to sign a form or something to giv...
I would suggest taking as much evidence with you when you travel showing that you did not abandon USA as your home. They may try to persuade you to sign I-407 relinquishing your permanent residence, but unlikely if this is the only time that you have had a prolonged absence (unless you're frequently absent from USA). You should definitely not sign I-407, no matter how persuasive they may be. In future, if you're going to leave USA for such a long time, have a lawyer get you a re-entry permit before you depart USA.See question
my wife has once filed form I-129f for her ex boyfriend about 4 years ago, the petition was approved by USCIS but he was denied the visa in his country... now she doesn't know what to indicate under the question for form I-130 she is preparing rig...
The question on the I-130 does not qualify the type of petition. While it could be interpreted to mean another I-130 petition, it does not hurt to assume that they are referencing other petitions, such as the I-129F. However, before you fire off petitions to USCIS, you should retain an immigration attorney. I cannot overstate the amount of damage that you can inflict upon yourself and your relative by filing immigration papers without knowing the law.See question
N400 have been on line for scheduling 6 months as of today. Have made 2 service requests and 1 info pass, no news. when should i take the case to further ? Ombudsman and all that ?
As of Feb 28, 2017, the Miami field office was processing N400 cases for May 26, 2016. That is a wait time of 9 months. It's not clear how long ago you filed. An attorney may be able to get you some relief. That said, there are some naturalization cases that stall for many months, even years, for various reasons. One of the most common reasons given is security checks. If you have not yet had your interview, it's harder to force USCIS to adjudicate your case than if you had your interview. In the latter situation, they have 120 days to make a decision.See question
Residence of Bermuda My wife and i married in domincAn republic She is left for vacation to the United States right after receiving a 10 year visa Can she be deported from the united states
She cannot be deported on those facts alone. If you have concerns, reach out to an attorney.See question
Alimony and child support have not been ordered yet by the court. I was arrested for misdemeanor but the court records have been erased. I got my GC through my employer 5 years ago.
Erased as in expunged? Yeah, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there's no "erasure" of criminal records where immigration law is concerned. Before you join the club of people who file for naturalization and end up in deportation because they were unaware that a past crime required deportation, speak with an immigration lawyer. Divorce does not affect naturalization, especially if the permanent residence was not obtained through the marriage.See question
I want to renew green card. I am married and has a son. But my wife and son do not live in USA. Still I have to send them money to take care of their needs. My income is just above $20,000. At present,I am living by myself here. Now, if I consid...
You should carefully follow the instructions on the I-912. Have a great week.See question
I submitted I-485 with a EB-2 based I-140, then I got a new EB-3 based I-140 approved and relinked I-485 to EB3-based I-140. My I-485 was approved after the EB-3 was current (EB-2 was NOT current at that time). But the category on the green car...
You should direct your questions to the attorney who helped you. USCIS makes a lot of mistakes. Not all of them are worth the time and effort that must be spent to fix them. Some, however, should be fixed if possible. Have a good week.See question
My husband is working in the USA with an H1B visa and I'm on H4 visa. My parents (working mother and retired father) and my Mother In Law (working) are interested in visiting the USA (CA) on B2 Visa in coming months as my husband's visa is getting...
Each person must meet the requirements for the specific visa being sought. However, even when a person meets the requirements for a Nonimmigrant visa, the visa may still be denied if the Consulate or Consular Section has doubts that the person seeks entry into the U.S. for a finite period of time. Consult a lawyer. However, India is a high fraud post. Even a lawyer may not be able to help overcome the decision of the Consular officers. Without a lawyer, chances of success are greatly reduced. Stay away from non-lawyers who are disseminating false information.See question