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On june 6,2016 I received a letter in the mail from USCIS that I had an interview for my form I-485. Then on Aug 23,2016 I received a letter from them stating that my interview has been cancelled for unforeseen circumstances, and that it would be ...
Go to USCIS.gov and put in a service request. That should help get it moving along.See question
What can I do?I have a green card,I petioned for my unmarried son under 21 and I received an approval notice but they that he is not eligible for adjustment of status why?
Could be various reasons. Did you file the Adjustment of Status application? If so, the decision should say why he was denied. If you are only a legal permanent resident your son cannot adjust in the United States based on your petition - as he is not an immediate relative. You must also be careful that he does not leave the United States, as he would likely be subject to a 10-year-bar and would need a waiver to reenter the United States. It's very important you speak to an attorney before you take any further steps. Hope this is helpful.See question
I-130 needs to be send all together with I-485 I-864 I-765 G-325 etc..or do we need just to submit I-130 with its appropriate fee and wait until is approved? and then send the rest?
The forms that are filed with a straight forward petition and adjustment of status for a legal entry are the following: I-130, G-325, G-325P, I-485, I-765, I-864. That said, it's important that you are 100% sure that you are eligible and that you know the proper procedure when filing even the most simple immigration case. Don't make the mistake of cutting corners on this. Good luck to you!See question
Hi, I am looking for a good attorney to help a family member to get his deferred action. The best with a free consolation? Located in Atlanta, Ga
You can review the AVVO website. Also, make sure the attorney is a member of AILA. The best recommendations may come from friends that have had personal experience with an immigration attorney/firm and have been happy with the service the firm provided them. Good luck in your search!See question
I live in houston and wanted to go to LA California can I go threw a checkpoint with a case pending with USCIS? It's DACA. I did my biometric appointment already.
I would not recommend it. Don't put yourself at risk. Wait for your DACA to be approved and then go. Patience :)See question
I am currently in US on a student visa and I got married to a US citizen. I have already filled in most of the papers. Just wanted to see if I need to fill in the form I 693?I have been in US for almost 3 years now
The I-693 is the medical exam. The civil surgeon will complete it and give it to you in a sealed envelope. You don't complete that form. Congratulations on your marriage and good luck!See question
i did my second interview for my green card based on marriage they separate us and ask some question it was okay but she didn't ask us to come back together she said just thank you
That is exactly the expected outcome if they separated you two. Generally, officers won't give you a decision right away on cases where a couple has been separated at the interview. I would give USCIS about 45 to 60 days to respond with a decision or some kind of correspondence.See question
husband is from honduras they got him at the border released him on bond in the u.s stoped his friend in louisianna who was driving my husband had no i.d we were not married at time and had one son and was preagnet he was deported returned 6 month...
You are in a very tough situation. Unfortunately, if he reentered the U.S. after a deportation he can not adjust his status.See question
Today I got a notice on my I-360 VAWA case for an interview how can i be prepared and whay do they ask because i am really nervous.
If it an interview based on a filed I-485 along with your VAWA I-360 then make sure you review your I-485 application. Be calm and respectful. If you don't understand the officer's question ... tell him or her to ask again. Don't answer any question you don't understand. Technically, they are not to ask you about your I-360 and the issues surrounding the VAWA approval. Sometimes officers do ask about your I-360 so it might be worth taking someone with you. Good luck to you!See question
My fiancé overstayed a tourist visa by 1 year and 1 month about a year before we met, while visiting his uncle here while going through a divorce. I will be going to visit him in Beligum in a couple of weeks to stay awhile. We are trying to decide...
Given these particular circumstances he is subject to a 10-year-bar and will need an I-601 Waiver for unlawful presence of over a year in the United States. The fiance route is not advisable. You can marry him and then file for him with an I-130. After that is approved and the immigrant visa process begins you will need to make sure you represented (in my opinion) because the I-601 waiver can be very tricky and is, arguably, the most important part of your process. Good luck to you and your fiancé and have a wonderful trip!See question