i'm writer, i live in colombia south america, and my desire is travel to usa and live there how i can do this?
My colleagues are correct. it's very hard to get this visa, you might meet with an immigration lawyer (many of us use skype for international clients) to discuss options.See question
I got married in 2013, my then spouse filed for me, we attend interview and my case was pending but my ex-spouse filed for divorce and withdrew her application; hence, uscis denied my application due to the divorce. I requested for my file from u...
Well, you will start from scratch with an I-130 with your new spouse. you can expect for them to be looking very closely at your current marriage, as they suspect you were trying to defraud them before. WHETHER or not that was the case, that is what you will be up against. I recommend having a lawyer assist you with all this.See question
I'm a US green card holder FOR IVER 15 years not a US CITIZEN YET. Under NEW YORK STATE LAW. Since I live in New York for 15 years.
I wouldn't see why not. But double check with your local probate court for state restrictions.See question
My husband can from Cuba Aug 4 , 2015. and has a parol ,he will be applying for his residency later part of August can he apply for Fee Waiver, since he is not working and i make less tan 36k and i'm a born citizen. Also will an adjustment of his...
Mr. Berman is correct. Also, you must pay the fee. See the following link: https://www.uscis.gov/i-485 I would STRONGLY suggest you get a lawyer, as you are confused about the process.See question
2009 I was a arrested my the Feds for committing an aggregative felony and was released early 2013 I am band from the US for 10 years is there anyway I can come back legally even if I already served half my time ?
Typically no. There is a waiver available, but you'd have to have an extraordinarily compelling case to obtain one.See question
Hi, my fiance came with K1 visa, He is going to apply for Adjustment of Status. But we haven't got a copy of petitioner's (my) approval notice. The person who handled this out of country, nowhere to find.
I would submit the FOIA now as they probably will require it.See question
I am going to file I-495 together with I131 and I765 in order to adjust my status to permanent resident. How many passport photos in total need to be submitted to USCIS?
Do you mean an I-485 AOS? If so, then six total. two per.See question
My dad be honestly does not speak English. He can understand something but not a lot. The form I 485 he can fill out by himself using a dictionary. With dictionary he can understand questions. My concern is can he mark the fist option (that he d...
Use a translator and mark it accordingly.See question
My husband and I are trying to get his permanent residency or work permit so that he is more stable here, we have 1 child together and I have 2 from a previous marriage. I am the homemaker and he works. I want to find a way for him to get his work...
If he came into the country with a visa, he may be able to adjust status to become a resident here in the US without leaving the country. If he came undocumented to the US it is a much more complicated procedure, however, dependent upon various factors, it is a very plausible thing to do! I have helped many clients "legalize" through what's called a 601a waiver process. If it is the case that you must obtain a waiver and he must leave the country, that is not such a bad thing....you just have to do things intelligently and make sure to get a professional to help you! Use the attorney finder on avvo to speak with a qualified immigration attorney. Best of luck to you.See question
As an international student on F1 visa can i buy firearms?
If you are a non-immigrant alien, the answer generally speaking is NO. However, there are certain exceptions, such as if you obtain a valid hunting license. I personally would be quite leery of possessing a gun as a non-immigrant. There are many laws and restrictions on the possession and use of firearms and any infraction of the law involving a firearm is going to mean a one way ticket back to your native country.See question