My boyfriend is a Lawful Permanent Resident of USA, a citizen of India. I stay in India, and have never been to USA, nor have I got any USA visa till date. However both of us intend to marry, and settle in USA. Can you suggest best possib...
The answer on the best process for you depends on the facts of your case. You should consult an experienced immigration attorney to advise you on how to proceed.See question
I am completing an intership with an OPT. I am thinking about applying for an EB5. My OPT will end next month but I'd like to continue working for my current employer ideally (or to at least be able to work for someone else). Would I be able to st...
I would recommend that you consult an experienced immigration attorney who can advise you on how to proceed.See question
is it possible to bring my niece 14 years old from jordan where she lives by b2 visitor visa to USA in order to adopt her in USA. i'm prrmanent resident my husband US citizen.
When you obtain a visitor visa you're telling the US government that you're intention is to visit the US temporarily; and that you will return to your country before the expiration of your stay. If you are considering adopting your niece in the US, then the intention is of permanent residency and not temporary stay. This is a misrepresentation which US officials take very seriously. A B-2 visa is not the proper vehicle for your niece's trip to the US if adoption is the goal. I recommend consulting an attorney experienced in immigration and foreign adoptions before you take any actions.See question
My EAD card did not have AP in it. After an exped. req, USCIS sent me an email asking me to resend the card and other details. I did and it was received by USCIS on 03/16. I received the receipts on 03/24. The current status on the USCIS website ...
The best course of action would be to retain an experienced immigration attorney to resolve the matter. Administrative issues relating to USCIS are often very difficult to resolve without an attorney's assistance.See question
dear sir / madam We just got our form DS-261 for our family base application. As you know this type of application takes more than 5 years to get approved (2004 to 2015). I was 12 years old when my grandma initially start the application ...
You are going to need to retain an experienced immigration attorney immediately to assist you with this issue.See question
My husband has a theft 3 on his background in 2007 he was sentence 365 days in jail or pay 418.oo with community hrs will that prevent him from applying for citizenship? if not then how he got his citizenship approved?
Before your question can be answered, your husband will need to obtain a certified copy of his conviction record and meet with an experienced immigration attorney.See question
I was caught on April 18, 2000 by immigration trying to unlawfully cross the border and received an expedited removal with a 5 year ban. On April 21, 2000 I tried to cross and was caught again and received a 20 year ban. Three days later I success...
Your case is complicated by numerous factors. Thus, I would contact an experienced immigration attorney before you take any action based on your marriage to a USC.See question
I sent my I-751 application on 11/10/2014 exactly 3 months before the expiration of my conditional green card. I gave the finger prints around a month later. Since then I haven't heard anything and its almost six months. What should I do?
It can take USCIS upwards of one year to schedule an appointment. However, you can check the status of your case via USCIS' website using the receipt number that's on your biometrics notice. You can also contact USCIS Customer Service for follow-up.See question
I apply for TPS in January for first time, it has been about 100 days till I get my biometric appointment. What will follow after the biometric? How long my EAD may take to be issued?
Employment authorization takes at least 90 days, subject to USCIS delays. You can schedule an appointment with USCIS via the InfoPass system to inquire on the delay. You can also inquire of USCIS via a website inquiry. Alternatively, you may contact an experienced immigration lawyer for assistance.See question
I did my H1B stamping in Kolkata consulate. I am a Mobile App developer, but the consular misunderstood that i deal with network encryption/security and gave me a 221g from my current employer. After 5 weeks , i got my H1B stamp. The H1B Stamp...
I agree with the prior counsel's response that an embassy can run a background check in association with any visa application. Beyond that, there are specific rules/requirements on changing employers while under an H1B. There are more issues in this question than those you pose, for example, the alleged "misunderstanding" may become an issue if a consular officer believes you perpetuated the misrepresentation. I would recommend consulting with an experienced immigration attorney.See question