I am been in US in year 2011 where i stay around 2 weeks later second time i have visit US again in febuary 2013 till july 2013 as tourist where i stay around 5.5 months now i m planning to visit again in feb 2014 after gap of 7.5 months for 4 we...
The answer to this question depends a great deal on the officer who reviews your case for admission. There is no way to know exactly what that officer will be looking for, but you should at the very least bring a copy of your roundtrip ticket, your itinerary, proof of hotel reservations (if any), and enough clothes to evidence that you plan on staying for four weeks (if you bring a small suitcase with little clothes for an extended stay they become suspicious). Hope this helps. Good luck!See question
So, i gave him all the paperworks and correct fees and everything. He told me we all set and ready to mail out the applications, and it's been a month already and he hasn't mailed out yet. He has been avoiding my email and phone call. I'm worried
I would be concerned as well. If you are not confident that you are in good hands, and your attorney is not responsive, there is no harm in taking your file to another attorney for review.See question
I would like to know whether I can be added as a dependent in my spouse's application, in the event when my perm has been submitted recently.
Yes, you can be added. There generally aren't any issues with having two independent applications for residency pending at one time. Many people who have diferent avenues of obtaining residency file multiple applications to see which comes through first.See question
my baby was born a week ago in Canada.
You must have proof of birth in the form of a birth certificate before you can file anything with immigration. This is a basic identity document that is required in nearly all immigration processes.See question
I recently moved to Texas from Georgia and my interview is in Atlanta. Do I need to back to Georgia to go to the interview or is there a way I could go to one in Texas instead? What documents would I need to move the interview to Texas? I've alre...
You or your attorney should contact USCIS in Atlanta via letter and let them know that you have moved. Your letter should include verification of your AR-11 filing. Do this as soon as possible to avoid having to come to Georgia for the interview. Likely, if you do attend your interview in Atlanta, they will tell you that they do not have jurisdiction over your case and end up sending your file to Texas anyway.See question
My boyfriend applied for the DACA and work permit, can he travel with these, as in south texas? Coming back from south texas there is a check point, will he have the information he needs to travel from and to there? I have family there and we vaca...
Assuming your boyfriend was granted DACA and his work permit he should be able to travel within the United States freely and without a problem. If there is any chance of him leaving the U.S. he should apply for a reentry permit.See question
My wife is jobless right now, she is making less money than poverty line right now? Some body told me about the co-sign, it will be her immediate family member or anyone?
If your wife does not meet the poverty guidelines, you will be permitted to find a cosponsor to take her place. The person does not need to be a relative of either you or her. The only requirement aside from the poverty guideline is that the person be a permanent resident or a U.S. citizen.See question
I have a B1-B2 visa which allows me to enter the USA unlimited times for 6 months a a time. My country of citizenship is Dominican Republic.
This varies from state to state. You will need to check with the local DMV, but for most states you will be required to present your passport and your I-94 (the paper they give you when you entere the U.S.) to prove valid status. Generally states that do issue licenses to people in your situation will only issue licenses valid to the date of the expiration of the I-94.See question
I applied for a F4 visa (brother) in 2001, my PD is July 16 2001. According to the VB my date should come up next month, but I need some help. I lived in the US previously overstaying on a B2 visa (2000 to 2004), and returned to Brazil in 2004. I ...
You will definitely require a waiver, which will be requested at the consular interview. Please note that unless you have a parent or a spouse that is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you have no grounds to even submit a waiver and a waiver would therefore be denied. In that case, you would definitely need to wait until 2014 for the interview so you would have served out the 10 year bar you obtained when you departed the U.S. after having remained beyond one year without authorization. You should definitely consult with an attorney.See question
I came here to USA legally with my husband and left him because of his abusive nature.He is not here anymore, He is out of this country.My visa expired a month ago.I have filed for visa which will take atleast one year to get processed.In this con...
Absolutely! Your immigration status will not have any effect on your ability to divorce your spouse and vice versa. As noted by a previous attorney, Georgia is not particularly immigrant friendly in all cases and you will definitely want to consult with a divorce attorney to make sure you have your documentation in order.See question