I was charge with a felony case and I ended up with a probation, which states I can travel but with consent of my probation officer. I have a green card, my father is seriously I'll ( almost dying ) in my home country, can I go to see my father ...
I would not travel without meeting with an immigration attorney. I have represented more then one person who was detained coming back into the United States even though they got permission from their PO. Not all felonies are equal, and quite a few can leas to deportation.See question
Hello, I am 27 years old, unmarried from El Salvador. My mother who was a permanent resident at the time, filed an i-130 for me back in 2010 ( I was under 21 so F2A but guess it's now F2B) and I got an approval letter saying there wasn't any visas...
Hello, you probably want to consult with an attorney to make sure nothing gets missed, but it sounds like you can proceed to become a lawful permanent resident.See question
I am f1 visa holder and i have 2 more years. My daugter came to visit me as a surprise with her grandma in b2 visa. I want her stay here with me until i finish my school. So can we change her status as a dependent on me? Thanks.
There may be some preconceived intent concerns but it is possible as long as you can also show ability to support her.See question
Hello my husband has a L1 visa and so I got a L2 visa. I need to find a job asap because we need money. I thought that I could work with this visa but someone told me that I need to apply for EAD before applying for a job. The process can take 3 ...
You will have to apply and wait to recieve your EAD bedore commencing employment. It sounds like you will only get authorization until July 2017 based on the facts provided.See question
I hired an immigration lawyer and he was working on my daughters cases from several years. but unfortunately he passed away and office is closed now and i do not know how i can recover my files and what should I do, any advise?
The VA bar will help you recovering the files. In the meantime, also consider filing a freedom of information act request to request the files from Immigration.See question
I am from Nepal and want to apply for tps. Nepal was designated in June 2015. I have been continuously present in the USA for 5 years in an F1 status. When Nepal was first designated I did not apply for tps, but I want to apply for tps now as desi...
We have filed many late TPS applications in similar situations and got them approved. Please note that you can only hold one non-immigrant status.See question
He has 13 months left before he will be released to be detained by ICE for deportation. His sentencing was kidnapping with the intent to defile in the state of Virginia.
It sounds like he has at least one conviction that is an aggravated felony and/or crimes involving moral turpitude. To know for certain, you need to meet with an immigration attorney with the final sentencing and conviction documents. Assuming it is an aggravated felony, there are very limited options. If he would face substantial harm if deported, he can apply for withholding. Options are limited and very difficult in these cases.See question
I'm citizen and made petition for my husband, he entered in 2001 for Mexico, is this biometric request to check background or he will get any work permit?
After biometrics, if USCIS needs anything else, they will send a request for evidence. If nothing further is needed, they will send a decision, hopefully an approval!See question
I wish to visit my husband for a longer period of time than just 90 days so since I am eligible to the visa waiver program I heard that I can travel out of the us and go back in but I am not sure if going to Canada is acceptable or if I would need...
The previous attorney is correct and I have seen many times where CBP do red flag you OR give you only the remaining amount from your initial 90. You should strongly consider meeting with an immigration attorney as there may be better options for you to stay with your husband legally for longer periods of time.See question
I am out on an order of supervision,no travel documents.I am approved for employment authorization,and also have my EAD.I have a marriage certificate,proof of address,EAD,name on a insurance bill,as well as an I.D from department of corrections.I ...
An order of supervision usually means that you have an outstanding order of removal or deportation against you. The Virginia DMV does not allow for issuance of ID's or driver's licenses to persons who they believe have outstanding orders. You may want to try to have your case reopenedSee question