I came to this country legally on a tourist visa and got married here to an American within the 90 days. That was 18 years ago and we never did my paperwork hence I'm here now "illegally" and now my foreign Passport and Drivers License have both e...
Are you still married? Your country of origin does not matter, but it's worth exploring why you never applied for a Green Card if you were inspected and admitted.See question
My girlfriend was brought to the USA from the Philipines, working for a USA company setting up restraunts. She was able to travel freely before, but recently her friends trying to travel are being detained by TSA. She applied for a visa and it i...
There's not enough information here to answer the question. On what kind of visa did she work for the USA company? What kind of visa was applied for? Is she currently detained now?See question
I graduated a while ago, and got a job. After working on my OPT (EAD card), my employer wants to apply for my H1-B visa. But I am not sure if I can travel out of the US as an Iranian. Can you help me please?
Do you have the H-1B approval now? Or is your employer filing a cap-subject petition? If the petition is cap- subject, you will not have H-1B status until Oct. 1. You may, however, qualify for "cap gap" so that you can still live here and work. That said, the odds of obtaining a cap-subject H-1B are low and you might want to consider a backup plan.See question
I have a void marriage in my home country however I do not have the court order from a court verifying this. It is void by law because it is a second marriage and therefore null. So in all my government and employment records my status is single ...
You should consult with an attorney to determine the best course of action. I wouldn't go so far to say that you've committed fraud or your plan moving forward is unlawful. Sometimes people filing for spouses do not need attorneys. But for this kind of case, it is best to have an attorney involved at all step given the complications..See question
For the Affidavits of friends/family for the removal of conditions on my permanent residence in the USA, will I need an Acknowledgement or a Jurat from a notary?
In my experience no, if you follow this statutory provision: https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/28/1746. You may want to consider hiring a lawyer to assist with drafting.See question
Husband is L1B, the rest of us are L2
She may study. See https://www.ice.gov/doclib/sevis/pdf/Nonimmigrant%20Class%20Who%20Can%20Study.pdf.
There are, however, some benefits to the F-1 visa that it may be worth discussing with the school and/or an immigration attorney.See question
My wife's H-4 extension approval notice (I797-A) has her first and last name interchanged. What should i do and how long will it take to rectify?
Was the error the fault of USCIS? If so, you may request a Service Request. See https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/Intro.doSee question
My brother is studying in Germany and has a plan to apply for a student visa in 3 years to come to the US. On the other hand, I want to file I-130 for him. I have also applied for my parents who live in Iran and will definitely come here earlier t...
Difficult, but certainly not impossible, especially because the wait times are so long. It might be easier for him to get the visa first and then you file.See question
I am a US citizen. My mother's 10 yr Greencard expired in 2011. She hasn't been back since 2002. She lost her aging and ailing mother and then her older brother during that time.Plus she was seeking medical help for her arthritis and retinal (eye ...
If it truly was an emergency an SB-1 visa MIGHT be available, but being out of the country for 14 years is an exceedingly long period of time. A new I-130 is probably the easiest way to get her back.See question
Hi, my company filed my h1b extension after i797 and i94 expired about 10 days? Today I got following e receipt from company. Beneficiary: My name DOB: My don Classification: H1B Starting Validity Date: 07/12/16 Ending Validity ...
Is this an electronic processing approval?
The I-94 should be at the bottom of the paper Form. Usually the I-94 is coterminous with the ending validity date, however it could be earlier (if your passport expires earlier, for example). This may go to the attorney that filed the case, check with him/her.See question