I am 20 years old , dependent child of an L1 visa holder and i want to marry my boyfriend who is a citizen . What could happen if i marry him?
The best thing that could happen is that your husband file a petition for alien relative on your behalf, and you do an adjustment of status to legal permanent resident.See question
I am married with a LPR for a year and I am on USA based on a visitor visa now. Do I have to leave USA till my petition is approved? thank you
Please not that a petition from a Legal Permanent Resident does not give you an immediate immigration benefit. You will only be able to apply for adjustment once a visa is available provided that you are still in legal immigration status. You should consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.See question
What does this mean that was put on my MSA? Does that mean my ex wife can take my son out of the country if she gets deported and I can't do anything? RELOCATION Any relocation of the child is subject to and must be sought in compliance with ...
This question would be better answered by a family lawyer.See question
Hi. I'm an international student and my visa has been terminated about a year ago. I didn't leave the U.S. The reason that I didn't go back home is because I'm a gay and it's not acceptable to be a gay in my home country. Anyway I'm taking classes...
Why was your visa terminated? When you are in the United States under a student visa normally you are given Duration of Status as the period of lawful presence. If you left the United States most likely the 10 year bar would not apply to you. But depending on the reason your visa was terminated you may be subject to other bars of inadmissibility. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.See question
My husband is Cuban born and has lived in US since 1980, but he has a record he has been told that he can't apply for green card, is this true does he only qualify for a work permit, right now his ID is expired because he does not a green card or ...
It's necessary to review his criminal record to determine whether any convictions would make him inadmissible to the United States. Your husband should meet with an experienced immigration lawyer, and bring his criminal record to evaluate his options.See question
I applied my adjustment of status for October visa bulletin chart 2 and I am waiting my EAD that will come in 90 days.
It would be advisable to do so, to prevent any pitfalls should the underlying application be denied.See question
I recently got married to a citizen and a few months after he started to get physically and verbally abusive with me. I still haven't filed my forms and now I'm not sure if I have to stay and deal with it until I get it all done and sent to the ...
If you have been a victim of violence by your spouse you may be able to apply for a green card under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). It would be important to have enough evidence of the abuse. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer as soon as possible to evaluate your case.See question
I still marriage and I do have 2 1/2 with my PR I hear I can star my process to be american citizen 6 monts before my 3 years if is true? also I went to my country (mexico)for 3 times to visit my mom she is sick,but I do not stay more and 4 days ...
If you are still married and have resided with your US citizen wife for the last three year, you can apply for naturalization 90 days before the third year of your green card approval.See question
My husband was born in Mexico and lives in Mexico. He has never set foot on US land. I am a US citizen by birth. We are married but he stayed in Mexico and I am here in the US. We are both of age 26 how can I get him to come here safely without pr...
You can file a petition on his behalf, and since you are a United States citizen there will be a visa available for him immediately. Assuming there are not any issues of inadmissibility, the whole process of the petition and consular processing will take around 10 months.See question
I have just filed I-485 and I-765 under the dates for filing chart for October VB
Normally there is not interview requirement to issue the employment authorization document. Depending on whether there is a visa available in your case, you may receive the employment authorization document within 90 days of filing your applicationSee question