Good afternoon, I have been arrested and charged of disorderly intoxication, I have plead not guilty. I have been assigned to a pre trail diverse program, the deal is I will take a class and 6 months no rearrest and they will drop off the charges...
If you complete the pre-trial diversion program you should be good to do your naturalization. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer prior to filing to review the record and ensure it has in fact been dismissed.See question
Im a citizen he is a daca reciepient we want to marry this december. What will this mean for citizenship later for him?
There should not be any issues by you marrying your fiance while he is in DACA status. Actually he may be able to obtain benefits through a petition from you to him. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.See question
I was in removal proceeding back in 2011. I was granted a green card March 2015 and became US Citizen December 2015. Today I received a letter from Miami immigration judge for Master hearing nest month. My question what can I do.
More information is required to be able to answer your case, as it may be an error by the immigration court, or there may be a problem with your green card. Contact an experienced immigration lawyer to review your case.See question
I am currently on DACA (deffered action for childhood arrival) and I was wondering if I am able to leave the United States at any time or maybe get a tourist visa that wouldn't affect my DACA.
As long as you have not received a final order of removal, you will have to request an advance parole in order to travel outside of the US if you are currently under DACA. You will have better chances of your advance parole being approved if you can show compelling reasons why you have to travel, such as medical conditions of a close relative, etc.See question
LPR (Got it from my oldest son) my spouse and kids lives in my home country. I want to know if I should file an I 130 and pay the fee for each.
If you are a resident you dont have to petition for every child. You petition for your wife, and the children will be included as derivatives under that petition. Keep in mind that meanwhile if you become a citizen, you will have to file petitions for every child as immediate relative petitions do not allow derivatives.See question
I have lived in the USA since I was 13 years old. Because of my parents irresponsibility, I was never granted citizenship. I'm currently here under the DREAM act. I been under the DREAM act for 4 years now and I've renewed my paperwork twice alrea...
Were your parents US citizens? How old are your children? How did you enter the US? Your options will depend on your answers to these questions. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.See question
I have been living in the US since I was 1 years old. When I turned 18 my dying mother informed me that she did not have papers for me and that I was technically illegal. At the time of my birth my mother was a US citizen, my father became one lat...
Depending on a number of factors, you may already be a citizen. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer as this will depend on the actual date in effect at the time you were born.See question
I came to this country on December 2001, back then my country did not need a visa to come here so I got my passport stamped plus a form I94 with my information. I got married with a US citizen and did all the paper work our selves. Forms I4...
Probably the officer thinks that you had immigrant intent when you entered the US. Immigrant intent is one of the factors the officer can relay on at the time of exercising discretion, but there is case law from the Board of Immigration Appeals that preconceived immigrant intent by itself should not be grounds for the denial of your petition, unless there are other negative factors. You should consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.See question
My case has been pending more then 6 months after we had a marriage interview, i work for a company that requires traveling, so i wanted to know if i can apply for advance parole
Yes, as long as the adjustment is still pending you can apply for an advance parole. Keep in mind that if they deny the application while you are outside of the US you may have a problem returning to the United States. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.See question
i hold indian passport , i came on 2014 in c1d visa , and lost my status for 18 months later on uscis announce tps for nepal , as i was born in nepal, so i got tps what if i married to us citizen will i get green card
Marriage by itself does not confer green card. Your spouse will have to file a petition on your behalf. Whether you can apply for adjustment of status is a completely different question, which would require additional information to be able to get answered. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your situation.See question