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Hi i married my husband two years ago and i would like to know if thier is any posibilty he can fix papers he came in ilegal and the problem is he left back to his country and came back again into the u.s is thier anyway he can get papers
I agree with my colleague - unfortunately, your husband is subject to what's called a "permanent bar" - which is really not permanent, but he'd have to leave the U.S. and stay out for 10 years before you petition to bring him back legally.See question
Hello. I'm an international student who got married to US citizen. I haven't apply for a green card yet. If I leave America to go back my home country, can I enter to America with F1 visa? Or should I wait inside of America until I get Advanced ...
It depends! As my colleague mentioned, just being married to a USC may lead an officer to believe that you have "immigrant intent" which may make another F-1 entry difficult. Discuss the matter with an Immigration Attorney so that you can see which option works best. Good luck!See question
I have a pending petition for my spouse. Before i am planning to petition my father after i ll get my u.s. Citezenship. Can I possibly petition my father too?
Hello, yes, once you are a U.S. Citizen, you can file for your Father as well (as long as you meet the minimum income requirement for sponsorship). Good luck!See question
I'm a us citizen and married my ex in Nigeria, applied for him to get a green card and he came over to Baltimore,MD. Shortly afterwards I noticed infidelity and experienced domestic abuse so we decided to get a divorce. I immediately notified USCI...
Hello, it sounds like your now Ex received his Immigrant Visa and then traveled to the U.S.? If that's the case, there's no open case for him, per se, until he applies for his permanent Green Card. As long as the divorce is finalized, you shouldn't have a problem filing for a new spouse but you may want to work with legal counsel. Good luck!See question
My grandmother is 70yrs old. Has a permanent resident. She never went to school when she was little so she doesn't read/write in Spanish. She also does not know English. She's had her permanent resident since 2010. What are the steps and requireme...
I agree with my colleague. Your grandmother needs to have her GC for at least 15 years in order to, at minimum, be able to have her interview/test in Spanish.See question
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