My Brother is Us Citizen , He filed I30 on 2007 July . We are living Turkey How long we will need to wait to recieve green card Thanks
Unfortunately, the cut-off dates do not move up month for month in the Family 4th preference category (between 02/2017 and 03/2017 it moved up approximately 2 weeks). You are probably looking at 4-6 years. Consult with an an experienced immigration attorney who may be able to give you other options allowing you to reside in the U.S. while you await green availability.See question
My wife is going to Citizenship ceremony at the end of Feb 2017. I previously filed I-130 and it was approved when she was still Green Card holder. But since I have entered the country on F-1 and since overstayed my visa, I was not eligible for Ad...
Schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case in detail and advise your what needs to be done and what to expect. A good immigration attorney will be able to answer all your questions, prepare and file all the appropriate applications, prepare you and your wife for your interview (and attend the interview) and otherwise see you through the process from beginning to end.See question
The mother of the child got email from US Embassy about that they are revoking her daughter's visa because her document does not meet the qualification to give her a visa. What is the next step? What should she do?
How best to proceed will depend on the the type of visa and the reason why the visa was revoked. Generally speaking, the Embassy will not disclose the specific reason(s) why they are revoking a visa (not meeting"qualifications" is ambiguous), but a good immigration attorney can often determine the reasons why after learning the facts of the case. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review this matter and recommend an appropriate course of action.See question
I came here illegally and married to a citizen and my I130 was approved, however I got detained for traveling without any identification. My case was administratively closed and I could work, pay my taxes etc. My marriage was abusive and I had to ...
The answer to your question depends on ICE's position on your case and then how the judge will rule. Will ICE agree to terminate the proceedings so your I-485 can be remanded back to USCIS, or does ICE want your adjustment of status application adjudicated in front of the Immigration Judge? If the removal proceedings are terminated then you may or may not require another interview with USCIS (it depends on what happened during the first interview).
Without knowing the specific facts of your case and the players involved (e.g.. the Assistant Chief Counsel and Immigration Judge) any estimate would be just a guess. If you are unhappy with your present attorney then it is probably worth it for you to pay for a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and offer a formal opinion. This forum is not the place to get individualized advice, which is really what you are seeking.See question
I was marriage a us citizen, and applied for greencard. We got deny letter after second interview. Then we divorced 2 months later. 3 years later, he married another us citizen, we got 2 kids and applied for green card again. 1 months after the in...
There is no sham marriage waiver. INA section 204(c) provides for a permanent ban prohibiting approval of any subsequent petition. It will be necessary to prove the earlier marriage was in fact bona fide before any petition filed by you can be approved. That being said, just because USCIS says that they have certain evidence does not mean it's true and they must provide a copy and give you an opportunity to rebut it.
This is a very difficult case. Consult with an experienced immigration atttorney who can review your case and advise you how best to proceed.See question
According to the Cuban adjustment act, Cubans who are elegible for this should have the category CU7 . If every Cuban applies to this adjustment and is elegible why some of them have a different category on their green cards?
Simply put the code reflects how a person obtained their residence. CU6 would be adjustment under the Cuban Adjustment Act (CU7 is a non-Cuban spouse or child), RE indicates that the person was admitted as a refugee and AS indicates a grant of asylum. Both of the latter would also be followed by a number to indicate a particular subset of the category.See question
my fiancee was deported from the united states a year ago, she was banned from the US, is it possible for me to bring her back, she have US citizen children
The answer to your question will depend on a number of different factors, the most important of which being why your fiancee was deported. Generally speaking, there are no special considerations becuase you are i the military. Schedule a consultation with an experineced immigration atttorney who can review the facts of your case and make recommendations.iSee question
I submit my I-751 May 4, 2016, Received my Bio-metric App for June 13, 2016 I did my bio-metrics and tomorrow Will be 9 months since the received my app, I had submit an online inquire, and this was the response "Your I-751 petition is still p...
Generally speaking, your I-751 is within normal processing time which is 9-12 months without an interview of 12-18 months if selected for an interview. If you are otherwise eligible, you can certainly file an application for naturalization, but USCIS will not approve it until the I-751 is approved and doing so may delay the processing of your I-7511 becuase your file is being requested by multiple offices. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case with you and recommend a course of action. Unfortunately when it comes to immigration, things are rarely as simple as they seem.See question
I'm refugee applied last year Feb for GC with my family my mother and my brother received there GC mine and my wife still pending last update was REF for Medical expired on JAN 2017 i'm from the new countries effected by the EO should i consult ...
In light of the current environment, i suggest you consult with an experienced immigration atttorney who can review your case and make appropriate recommendations.See question
I came to the US with a b2 visa, I met someone, fell In love and got married a year and a half ago. We applied for the green card 6 months ago and we have an interview in 2 weeks but we are starting to have some problems and now he is trying to be...
The burden is on you and your husband to prove the bona fides of your marriage in order for you to become a permanent resident. If he does not appear at the interview it becomes difficult for USCIS to make this determination and they may deny the case for failure to satisfy the burden of proof. That being said, the test is whether your marriage was bona fide at its inception, not whether it is currently viable to the case can be approved notwithstanding his absence.
Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case in detail and advise you how best to proceed.See question