My girlfriend is a j1 visa and she's currently pregnant. What will happened if the agency knows about her pregnancy. But the establishment where she works they are fine
She can stay as long as her J-1 visa. What she can do after it expires depends on many factors. It's best to speak to an Immigration Attorney to further discuss this situation.See question
Is it true that the congress is studying the possibility to remove the law about get the Green Card through family for the parents?
Anything is possible but I can't realistically see this happening, at least any time soon!See question
It depends! If you initially entered the U.S. with a visa, you may be able to file for a Green Card. If not, you may need a waiver or a travel permit. It's best to meet with an Immigration Attorney to discuss your options.See question
My parents in law are green card holders since 2009. They never worked in USA, are they eligible for MEDICAID ? They were living abroad USA. A year ago they settle down in Virginia and decided to live in USA.
They may be eligible; I believe they have to be green card holders for 5 years in order to be eligible.See question
My Iranian mother in law received a greencard and visited my husband and me for three months. She then returned to Iran where her husband and remaining family live. How often does she need to come back, and is there a minimum length of stay requir...
She needs to be in the U.S. more than 6 months out of every year. If she's out longer, she'll need to return and apply for a Re-Entry Permit.See question
I was born in Mexico, but i was naturalized by my father when i was 16 years old, I am now 21. I married my high school sweetheart on 11/21/2015, He is now 22. Before that we were together on and off since 2007, so basically since I was 11 (10 yea...
Hello, if he entered without a visa and has DACA, as you mentioned in a comment, he'll need to travel and re-enter via something called parole. Then, you could file for him. There are pros and cons with all of this, so it's best to meet with an Immigration attorney.See question
I entered USA with j1 visa and when it was over i filed form i-539. Before I got the answer I married to us sitizen but did not apply for green card. Later on I received the letter from USCIS with denial due to abandonment . Can I still apply for ...
As long as you're not subject to the J-1 2-year residency requirement, you should be fine. It's best to work with an immigration attorney to make sure that everything goes smoothly.See question
Hi there, I asked already this question but the only answer I got was "Get the immigration lawyer", which eventually I will get. I got married in April 2015, in California and got my temporary green card in December 2015. We moved to Virginia i...
Yes, you may be able to to; however, the next application - the I-751 - will have to be very carefully prepared. I'd be happy to consult with you to discuss further. Thank you.See question
Hello. I am PR of USA based on marriage to american citizen. After getting my green card I went out of USA 3 times: first time for about 2,5 months, second time for 6,5 months and third time for 2 months. I had re-entry permit and had serious reas...
You 6.5 month trip outside the U.S. may be problematic. Even with a re-entry permit, if you stay out for more than 6 months, you may not be approved for Naturalization.See question
Hi all Does a person who obtained EAD card through pending asylum able to work for all empolyers ?
Yes, provided that the employer doesn't require someone with a particular type of status to work for the company (e.g., green card holders, U.S. Citizens, etc.).See question