I have married to an amirican citizen 9 months ago and she filed a green card petition for me but now she want to break up and don't want to go to tge interview with me
You should meet with an immigration attorney to determine if you might be eligible for relief under the provisions of VAWA. If you can prove extreme mental cruelty and good faith marriage, you may be able to get a green card independently of your wife. However, the only real way to determine eligibility is to speak with an attorney privately.See question
I am an American citizen, and I want to marry an Australian girl before I come back to the states. However, I want to bring my Australian wife back to US using a fiancé visa and l would just marry her again in the US. If this is legal, it seems to...
Your marriage concluded in Australia will be recognized in the US, therefore, if you have already married, you do not need to remarry in the US. Moreover, once you are married, your spouse will no longer be eligible for a fiancee visa, since she will be your wife and not your fiancee. However, you can sponsor her as your wife and the processing times for bringing a wife and a fiancee are about the same, ranging from 5-7 months. I would recommend that you engage the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney to avoid common pitfalls, which can substantially delay your case or cause your case to be denied.See question
I was in proceeding since 2011, And granted a green card March 2015 and become us citizen December 2015. I received a letter from Miami immigration judge for a Master hearing for my removal proceeding. My question what I am suppose to do. Thank you
That depends on where you are in the process. Not enough information has been provided. Are these new removal proceedings? I would encourage you to take your Notice to Appear and Hearing Notice, together with any other immigration documents you have to an immigration attorney for his or her review.See question
I heard this can be done using the visa revalidation, is there an airport that is more familiar with this laws
While an I-94 maintains your status in the US, in order to re-enter the US, you need a valid visa. You will need to obtain a new E-2 visa before you can come back. I recommend that you work with an experienced investor immigration attorney to do so.See question
Please I need to know
It depends on the procedural history of your case. Not enough information was provided to give you any meaningful options. I would recommend that you consult with an immigration attorney privately, so that he or she can give you advice specific to your situation.See question
My son is a ranked 13 year old junior golf champion from Spain who won several international junior tournaments in Europe and Latin America. He has the opportunity to compete in the U.S. and train under a very well-known PGA instructor. One of his...
A contract is not necessarily required for a P-1, but you do need an agent and an itinerary. P-1 visas are complex and it is advisable that you have it handled by an experienced attorney.See question
My kids were not on the petition as I was not advised to add them please help me and tell me how do I proceed to making them residence as well. I read on the USCIS web site something about "follow to join" but i don't quite understand it or if it ...
If you received your residence through marriage to a US citizen, your children are not eligible for following-to-join benefits. This is because following to join benefits are only available to those who obtain permanent residence through the preference categories. If your US citizen spouse filed for you, he or she may be able to then file for the children, if your marriage occurred prior to them turning 18. There is a lot more information that is required to determine what steps are required in your case. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney regarding this matter. Many of us offer appointments via Skype for individuals who are currently located outside the US.See question
came in as a student 15 years ago, got married to us citizen and got pr and naturalized. Things not so good right now so getting divorced, 8 years in married relationship. Want to get married in country from where i am. Will getting my wife immigr...
As long as your relationship with your new spouse is bona fide (meaning not just for a green card) and you are both eligible to marry (are validly divorced or single, never married), you can marry each other and you can then apply for her immigration to the US. Marriages concluded very shortly after the divorce with the previous spouse are something USCIS considers "fraud triggers," meaning that under those circumstances your case is looked at with more suspicion. That said, with a competent and experienced immigration attorney on your side, you should still have a good chance of success.See question
do any of the attorneys reading this have any I-485 family based cases filed early july 2016? if yes, have your clients been scheduled for the interview?
It takes approximately 4-6 months from the date of initial filing to get an interview on a 485 in Orlando. Cases filed in July are not likely to be scheduled for interview at this time.See question
Am under removal proceeding, I was married 3 times already, 2 of my Ex-wives wrote to USCIS stating that I was marrying them just to stay in US. ICE raided my home looking for student with expired visa, but hey found me and arrest me, I got out ...
It depends on the Immigration Judge and his/her calendar. Sometimes, it's a matter of strategy. Get yourself an attorney that is very familiar with your immigration court and your local USCIS office. My last case with similar factual circumstances was calendared for Adjustment of Status in court some two weeks after we presented the approved I-130, whereas, it would have taken months to do it before USCIS. I knew the IJ was fair and reasonable and because he had an open date, we jumped on the opportunity to take it. You can expect USCIS to dig into previous marriages. They are not supposed to, since your I-130 was approved, but they probably will. If they identify any fraud, you may require a waiver to adjust, if one is available. This is too complicated for you to handle on your own. Forums are not a substitute for legal representation. I would recommend that you hire a lawyer.See question