I applied for Asylum on July 2015, did the biometrics and haven't heard from them since then. I just moved from Fresno, CA to Alexandria, VA for a job. I didn't change my address because I am worried it may delay my case to start. P.S. my address ...
I agree with my colleagues - you don't really have an option not to file the change of address form with USCIS in this case.See question
I have been waiting almost a year and half and haven't got my interview yet. I'm worried when I report change of address it will put my case to the end of queue at the USCIS office in VA. Please advice.
The current wait times are rather long. It is possible that filing a change of address form - which you have to do if you move - will further delay the process.See question
I am a US Citizen and I want to marry a Sudanese woman. She is a non citizen and we have fallen in love online. I wish to stay in America once the marriage is complete. How do I do it?
If you're able to meet, a Fiancee Visa may be a good option. If you're able to/want to marry first, then you can bring her to the U.S. with an Immigrant Visa. Meet with an Attorney to discuss your options.See question
My husband is a green card holder. We applied our i-485 in nov 2015. Then we had our interview 28th of june 2016 in newark NJ office. It's been 2&half months and we haven't heard any response from the uscis. How much should we wait to expect any r...
It really depends! As mentioned, after 120 days following the interview, you can make a free "Infopass" appointment to check on the status of the case.See question
Marriage is less than one week old. Fundamental religious differences force a divorce. she and her children are visiting the US on expired ESTA visas. What will happen to her status if we divorce? If we separate? Can she still apply for green car...
They, unfortunately, cannot stay in the U.S. and obtain green cards if you separate/divorce.See question
I'm 22 years old U.S citizen and was wondering if I can legalize my mothers immigration status ...This is the thing though when I was born my mom only had a few months in the U.S and took a dumb decision thinking She was going to get charged for h...
Hmm, it depends on how she entered the U.S., if she has any "qualifying relatives", etc. It's probably best to meet/speak with an Immigration attorney to go over her complete history.See question
Next day my status change :The supervisor review was completed. We will mail you a notice once a final decision has been made
Depends! If there was a past criminal or immigration issue, those can be problematic. Just give it a few days because it looks like a decision is on its way.See question
Hi, I applied for asylum in July 2016, they asked me for fingerprints afterwards. Does the process take too long in Connecticut ? is it a fast state in such things ?
I agree with my colleague - processing times are not necessarily in one state vs. another. A lot of time is going towards the cases of young children and mothers/wives who crossed the border seeking asylum.See question
I am the beneficiary and the I-130 applied by my husband( petitioner) has been denied and filed an appeal.
The work permit is no longer valid when the I-485 is denied, unfortunately, so you probably won't be able to renew your license.See question
I received a conditional permanent resident card by marrying my spouse who is US citizen. My card is expiring on Sep 19, 2016 and I just file I-751 yesterday ( Aug 23,2016). I called USCIS and they told me it will take atleast 30 days to send the ...
No reason to worry - you should receive the extension notice within the next 2-3 weeks or so.See question