My wife: first I-864 Her dad: second I-864(joint sponsor) Her mom:I-864a household member (she files taxes together with my wife's dad) We are applying for AOS while Im on the VWP. We needed my wife's parents as joint sponsor because my wife j...
Petition sponsor files I-186. Co-sponsor if required files I-864. Necessary household members I-86A. Follow instructions carefully or obtain legal assistance.See question
I filled for unemployment so now I looked at my status and it says pending issues and in the columns it says adjusted/distribution what does that mean
This not an immigration question ans should be posted on another thread for unemploymentSee question
I came to USA 3 years ago on J1 visa.I changed my visa for F1 ,so I am legal student in USA and studying in college right now. My mother want to visit me but when she when to USA Embassy in Ukraine they didn't open the visa for her. What can I do ...
Consider traveling home to visit your mother or consider having an immigration attorney assist you with the tourist visa filing for your mother.See question
hi I am Iranian how leaves Iraq through sadam days at 1989 & living in Iran temporary how can I have my immigration agreements for me & my family . thank u for your kindly answer .
If you are looking to establish an agreement with a person in the US, yes this may be done from abroad.See question
Just to tell more about the context , an employer filed for the employee for H1B as US graduated master degree in STEM , and related IT job , which was accepted in the cap ( which seems the applicants are more than the assigned numbers can be acc...
yes. The new employer's immigration attorney will be able to guide you as it is the new employer that must file the H-1BSee question
I just submitted my application for adjustments of status and advance parol, can I travel while the application is being treated or I must wait for approval before I can go?
From the form instructions. If you depart before the advance parole is issued the application is deemed abandoned. Please see below from the form instructions.
Advance Parole Document for Individuals Who Are Currently in the United States
Parole allows an alien to physically enter into the United States for a specific purpose. An individual who has been
“paroled” has not been admitted to the United States and remains an “applicant for admission” even while paroled.
DHS, as a matter of discretion, may issue an Advance Parole Document to authorize an alien to appear at a port-ofentry
to seek parole into the United States. The document may be accepted by a transportation company in lieu of a
visa as an authorization for the holder to travel to the United States. An Advance Parole Document is not issued to
serve in place of any required passport.
WARNING: The document does not entitle you to be paroled into the United States; a separate discretionary
decision on a request for parole will be made when you arrive at a port-of-entry upon your return.
WARNING: DHS may revoke or terminate your Advance Parole Document at any time, including while you are
outside the United States, in which event you may be unable to return to the United States unless you have a valid visa
or other document that permits you to travel to the United States and seek admission.
NOTE: Generally, if you are in the United States and have applied for adjustment of status to that of a lawful
permanent resident, your application will be deemed abandoned if you leave the United States without first obtaining
an Advance Parole Document. Your application for adjustment of status generally will not be deemed abandoned,
even if you do not apply for an Advance Parole Document before traveling abroad while an adjustment application is
pending, if you currently are in one of the following nonimmigrant classifications, and remain eligible for and would
be admissible in one of the following categories upon applying for admission at a port-of-entry
My wife doesnt make enough income to support me, so her dad is filing a I-864 as joint sponsor too, and her mom, since she files taxes together with her dad, is filing the I-864a form to add her income to her husband (my wife's dad). One of th...
The I-130 petitioner is your spouse, who also must file an I-864. If your spouse does not have sufficient income a co sponsor must complete the I-864 as well and if married your cosponsor completes the I-864A.See question
ONCE I HAVE MY INTERVIEW, HOW LONG DO HAVE TO STAY IN MY COUNTRY? ALSO, AM I GUARANTEED ENTRY BACK INTO THE USA?
If you have an I-601A approved it usually takes a month or less. With visa issuance or entry there is never a guarantee, but if a visa is issued it is most probable you will be permitted entry.See question
I applied for advanced parole and on the form stated I'd be away some time in August to visit family as I have young neices I haven't seen for two years. The flights etc are all booked and it would cost a vast amount to change. Am I able to change...
You should contact USCIS, try inforpass and ask for a new appointment.Give your schedule.See question
hi how are u I am an Iraqi an how leaves Iraq at 1989 because of sadam cruelty & injustice for me & my family we have no way to escape just to Iran so we lived in Iran then we returned to Iraq after sadam has been gun but all the social status & ...
1. Yes, with a valid passport and visa
2. You need to contact an immigration attorney to learn the fee charged. It often depends on you visa eligibility
3.You question is unclear