Im a permanent resident of USA. My husband is also a permanent resident of USA. Can I file my divorce here. Or do I have to go back to the country that I got married (malaysia)
You should be able to divorce here.See question
I had a pending I-485 to adjust my status from Asylee to permanent resident, meanwhile since my EAD was expiring, I filed form I-765 to renew my EAD based on asylum, recently my I-485 got approved and I received my green card but my I-765 is still...
You don't need the I-765 after the 485 is approved. The 485 is the green card application.See question
I was approved for deferred action years ago. I married a US citizen about 6 months ago, when I tried to change my name with Social Security, they wouldn't let me, saying that homeland security had flagged my name. I called homeland security and t...
This should not be an issue, at least not one that will prevent you from getting your green card.See question
My husband has a trial for Domestic violence charges against me. We have only been married for 1 year now in Washington D.C. I was subpoenaed to testify against him and I plan on doing that but my husband is threatening me to serve me with divorc...
Your safety is most important. He does not have to be convicted in order for you to move forward with you next immigration application for the permanent card. There are ways to file on your own if you are divorced or have been abused. You should work with an immigration attorney when it comes time to file for your permanent residency. His threats really cannot hurt you, in a legal sense.See question
My brother is a 10 years US citizen (naturalized). One of his son wants to be a US citizen, he has 25 y/o and single. Someone recommend him to apply using the 600 (??) form, and if they approved he became a US citizen. But a friend of him sa...
Either may be appropriate but, sometimes, when you request a passport, that agency wants to see the N-600 Certificate. So, may be best to try for the N-600 first.See question
My fiance arrived on a K1 VISA and we are completing the I-131 (as part of the employment and I-485 applications) but are not sure if we are requesting re-entry or requesting advance parole.
Advance Parole is the correct choiceSee question
"notice type: Transfer notice We transferred this case because the record indicates that office has jurisdiction over the case. That office will notify you of subsequent action taken on this case."
What you received is a standard notice - there should be no additional delay.See question
If they don't know he's my spouse, what are the reasons for denying him entry?
Entry can be denied for a variety of reasons/issues including Immigrant intent while in Nonimmigrant status. Each entry is a chance for a CBP officer to determine whether to allow entry; so past success doesn't necessarily dictate future outcomes.See question
We currently have no petitions in process and cannot afford standard attorney fees.
Yes, a B-2 visa is an option; however, it's difficult to actually get such a visa when you're married to a USC.See question