I had B1/B2 visa, I applied for asylum but situation got better and I went back to my country taking back my asylum application. I did not overstayed my visa at the time I got acknowledgement of my pending application. My question is can I visit U...
Generally speaking, the fact that you applied for asylum brings your nonimmigrant intent into question. Further, you appear to be confusing unlawful presence in the U.S. with your authorized period of stay. If you overstayed your authorized period of stay then your visa was automatically revoked. This is irrespective of the fact that you may not have been accruing unlawful presence in the U.S. due to a pending asylum claim. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the specific facts of your case with you and make appropriate recommendations.See question
Hello? I have a green card I have a felony for grand thief its about to be 5 years since it happen they renew my green gave me 10 more years my husband in Haiti can I still file and bring him here to America will that effect it ,will they denied t...
Under these facts you can still petition for your husband. However, whether you are deportable is a different issue. I suggest you consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and advise you as to any pitfalls and how best to proceed.See question
My mother came to see me in 2011 from Brazil on a VWP (visa waiver program). I was going through spousal abuse at the time and needed her support. She overstayed her time by 134 days, my question now is, what can/does she need to do to come back a...
Once an alien overstays on the visa waiver program, for any amount of time, their ESTA clearance is revoked and they are ineligible to use the VWP again. Your mother will need to apply for a B-2 visa in order to visit you in the U.S and be prepared to address the overstay situation.See question
My visa nonimigran cancelled from this section 212 (a)(6)(c)(i) and 212 (a)(7)(A)(i)(l)
Based upon your grounds of inadmissibility listed you attempted to enter the United States via fraud. You can certainly apply for a new visa and will need a nonimmigrant waiver. The odds of either being approved depend on the facts of your case and why you want to return to the U.S. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney for case specific advice.See question
I was trying to enter to USA and an Immigration Agent revoked my tourist Visa pursuant 22 CFR 41.122(h)(2) at the airport in Florida.
Your visa was revoked by the immigration officer because he did not believe you were a bona find visitor to the United States or were otherwise inadmissible. This will require you to apply for a new visa and overcome the grounds that led to the revocation. More facts are needed before you can be provided with any specific advice. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can advise you how best to proceed. Many attorneys will conduct consultations by telephone or Skype for clients outside their local area.See question
Everybody said that my current husband can file the Petition for Alien Relative on behalf of his stepchild of 18 years old. However not for his stepchild of 22 years old. I do not know what is the truth?
In order for a stepparent to petition for a stepchild, the stepparent/stepchild relationship must be created prior to the child attaining 18 years of age. Assuming both children were under 18 at the time of your marriage, the process will be different for them now since one has attained 21 years of age. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney for case specific advice.See question
I have a friend that was deported from Arizona in 2009 and he re entered that same month out of fear for his life in his home country he currently resides in Florida since then he has not been arrested for any other crime he is also married to a U...
If your friend re-entered the U.S. after being deported then he appears to be subject to the permanent bar of inadmissibility and a waiver cannot be granted until he has has spent 10 years outside the U.S. This is different then the 3/10 year bars you reference. He and his spouse should consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review his case and advise how best to proceed.See question
I am a US resident and I want to get married with a girl with TN1 visa. How long could take for her to receive a permanent resident green card?
Generally speaking, you are probably looking at around 18 to 24 months at present, but this time frame may vary. There are a number of different issues that you should be looking at in this situation. Best for you and your fiance to consult with an experienced immigration attorney and get advice specific to your situation.See question
My child has been in administrative processing and I believe it's because she has a mental disorder
Generally speaking, no. Only mental or physical disorders during which the applicant engages in or has engaged in harmful behavior that is associated with (due to) the mental or physical disorder will make an applicant inadmissible. No diagnosis of a mental or physical disorder by itself provides a basis for inadmissibility. There must also be a determination made regarding current harmful behavior or a history of harmful behavior, associated with or caused by the disorder, and the likelihood of associated harmful behavior to recur, in order to provide basis for inadmissibility. Generally speaking, ADHD does not result in such a finding.
Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the case history to determine possible reasons why your child is subject to administrative processing, which by itself, is unusual for minor children.See question
I know thats a fraud for immigration but he didnt know till after when he recived a notice to present him self at the court but he never showed up just because he was scared now to what a lawyer told him he has a deportation.. is their anything i ...
These issues can often be resolved, but without knowing the specific facts of the case no one can know for sure. You and your father should consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the facts of the case and advise you of the options available.See question