If I hire a lawyer who are expert about EB3 visa, would they look for a Employer who sponsor EB-3 for me? If not, how can I find an employer who sponsor that kind of Visa? Thank you
A lawyer cannot help you find an employer that will sponsor you for a green card. There are no directories for these kinds of employers. You have to apply to companies and tell them that you would need sponsorship to be employed by them. If your skills are desirable and you will not replace a US citizen , they may decide to sponsor you. The attorney will work for them to file the paperwork.See question
I came back to my country after being 4 months in OPT, I have already spent 90 days out of the US. I want to know if I can apply to B1 and cancel my F1 by applying for a B1.
You are not currently on OPT since you are not in the United States. You can apply for the B1/B2 visa in your country. You don't have to worry about canceling your F1, you are permitted to have multiple visas in your passport. Just tell the Customs agent when you arrive at the border that you wish to enter on B1 status.See question
Hello My partner is a UK citizen who came here in 2005. We have been a couple since 2005 and in 2013 he was voluntarily deported but due to his poor health(cancer) he didn't leave. He has been extremely sick the last few years but is still ali...
Obviously him being in the United States is very important to you both. The free advice you might get on this platform won't help you. You need an attorney that can help evaluate the case and come up with an appropriate course of action. Use Avvo to find immigration attorneys, make some calls, go to some free consultations, and hire the one that best suits your needs. Good luck.See question
My cousin recently came to Sweden through sambo visa from China. Sambo is like a fiance. She has a Chinese passport, temporary resident card for Sweden. She has been in Sweden for 8 months now. She has a full time job that she has held for 3 m...
Good chance the visa is granted, if she handles the interview correctly. Hire an immigration attorney to handle the case. Also some attorneys charge lower fees for simple consultations prior to the interview. Good luck.See question
Please confirm if a law has been passed that once you as a citizen marries you have to wait 5 years before you are able to file I130 petition for permanent residency for your spouse.
If a US citizen marries a foreign-national, the US citizen can petition for a green card for his/her spouse right away. There is no 5 year waiting period. Once the spouse obtains a green card, s/he can obtain US citizenship after a 3- or 5-year period of living in the US as a permanent resident (depending on if s/he is still married to the US citizen)See question
I am a us citizen petitioning for my husba d. We already have a I 130 and our case was transfered to the national visa center. We received a letter from them saying the documents we need to send. We have already paid the fees to the NVC and submit...
You don't need to hire an attorney, it is just a good idea to have the help of an expert who handles these matters regularly to ensure you don't risk wasting time and money, and have to start over again. Some attorneys are flexible with fees and will charge just a case-review fee to look over the paperwork and give you tips before you submit it. This can usually be done via phone/fax/email/video conference/etc. Good luck.See question
I have received the DOS favorable recommendation letter in February of this year and am waiting for the USCIS letter. My new employer which is a university will be filing a H1B in the premium processing category and it needs to be done before Apr...
The University has a person that will be completing the H1B application for you and has more details about your case - you should direct all of your immigration questions to that individual.See question
I met my fiancé through mutual friends when he was in USA on student visa, he had to return home to Libya for a death in the family. We have not seen each other since because of the situation in Libya not being safe. What are our chances the k1. V...
You can use affidavits from your mutual friends describing how you met and how they have observed the relationship grow. You should hire an attorney to help you at this point. Good luck.See question
I'm from Mexico my dad fill the application for me to get a green card on June 5 1996 seen then I'm waiting now I have 35 years old is something I can do. What I can do
Hire an attorney to look into the situation. Maybe they have sent documents with information that never reached you. Good luck.See question
Hi, I am a mom living here in the USA and I want to petition my Japanese citizen fiancee. We have a baby already and he's staying with me. My fiancee is in Japan. I consulted a lawyer before about the processing time of the petition and he told me...
As the attorney you spoke to said, consular processing can take approximately a year, depending on the consulate's processing time. You are free to travel after submitting the application, just be aware that USCIS and the NVC will be sending important letters with instructions to your home at various times, and you will have to submit some paperwork with your signatures. If you hire an attorney to handle the case, s/he will receive the correspondence and help with getting necessary documents to the NVC.See question