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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
I marry but my husban came ilegal what can we do to fix he status i am a resident
As a resident you can petition for your husband, but the fact that he is detained and in removal proceedings means the case needs attention beyond the regular immigration process. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your husband's case and advise you how best to proceed.See question
My dad became a citizen long time ago. He asked for me and I have my approved residency but He doesn't live in US anymore So I want to know if I still have the chance to go. Before Make the payment. My uncle can afford me. Thanks in advance!
The idea of your father petitioning for you is that you will join him in the United States. If he is no longer living in the U.S. Then, depending on his immigration status, may have abandoned his residence or may no longer satisfy the domicile requirement necessary to satisfy the affidavit of support requirements. It is not as simple as your Uncle "affording" you. Schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and make appropriate recommendations. Many attorneys will conduct consultations by telephone or Skype for clients outside their local area.See question
I married US Citizen 4 days after my son turned 18. He is 22 now finishing college, single and I'm through the final steps of my citizenship now.
It is unfortunate that you did not petition for you son once you became a permanent resident as he would most likely already have his residence by now. However, you can still petition for him now without waiting to become a U.S. citizen which is advisable so he can obtain an earlier priority date. There may be other options available but more facts are needed before any individualized recommendations can be made.See question
Hi, I am a retired professor from Sweden with a PhD. I have studied both in Sweden and the USA. Me and my wife, who is a former lawyer, are Swedish citizens and financially independent, so we would not be a burden on US taxpayers. We both have f...
I agree with my colleagues. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney to review the specific facts of your case and determine the options which may be available to you. Based upon your education and background you may be considered an alien or extraordinary ability or be eligible for a national interest waiver, among other options.See question
The prosecutor said he's not bringing forward the case after 2 years of waiting and issued a bargain plea, so this means i waited in vain.
As my colleagues have noted, it would have been best for you to apply for an extension of your authorized stay prior to it's expiration, but under certain circumstances, USCIS can grant what is known as a "nunc pro tunc" (retroactive) extension. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney to determine whether this is a viable possibility and what other options you may have available.See question
Canadian Citizen, originally on a F1 visa and then did a OPT. My last day of OPT was Aug 31st 2016. I got married on Oct 29th '16. My wife is a green card holder who applied for her citizenship back in June '16. We figured that she would have g...
I disagree with my colleagues as to the unlawful presence calculation. Assuming you were admitted F-1 for Duration of Status (this is not clear) you are not accruing any unlawful presence so you would not need a waiver, However, I suggest you schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and advise you as to the options available to you based upon those facts. This forum is not the place to get individualized advice.See question
Me and my mom came to United States in july 2007 on a visitor visa. We filed for asylum that same year.It was denied and We were asked to leave the country before march 2010. Lucky for us we were granted tps due to an unfortunate event in Haiti.W...
I agree with Mr. Shusterman. Based upon the dates you have provided it appears you will get credit for 30 days under the CSPA after your 21st birthday. Thus, it appears that you will automatically shift to F2B as visa availability is unlikely before June, 2017.See question