Hello, My name is Chanita. I am currently an international student (F-1). My fiancé and I are getting married this Friday(02/17) and I am planning to apply for a green card after that. What all the document I need to fill out including my fiancé ...
I recommend working with an experienced attorney to make sure you complete all of the forms, complete them properly, and submit the required evidence.See question
Hello, I'm a permanent resident currently residing in Toronto, Canada and am engaged to a US citizen residing in Rochester Hills MI. I want to know which way is the best going forward. Either a Fiancé visa or a spousal visa? How long does each pro...
A fiance visa might be faster to get you to the U.S. but the overall process for the spousal visa is likely to be faster. There are other considerations, like ability to travel and work, that need to be taken into account. Consult with an attorney to find out which way works best for you.See question
Hello, My EB2 I140 is approved and im promoted as manager and its been 1 year and i have reporting Professionals more than 20 (India & USA Combined). Should i convert my GC to EB1c? if this is rejected what wil happe to my approved EB2 I140?
If your employer files an EB1C I-140 for you and it is approved, or if any new I-140 petition is filed for you and it is approved, the newly approved petition will receive the priority date from the earliest approved I-140 petition that was filed for you. You can have two approved I-140 petitions, but I cannot comment on whether your EB-2 I-140 petition will still be usuable because it would depend on several factors, including whether you and your employer intend for you to work in accordance with the terms of the EB-2 labor certification.See question
I have read online that you need to bring so many documents other than the ones that mentioned on the USCIS website such as employment letter if started working after submitting form n400 and tax return... is this correct?
The online instructions can be very confusing. You should work with your attorney to identify which documents you need to bring to establish your eligibility for naturalization.See question
Hi Its a long time my AOS is in process , I am a K1 vise holder (it is expired now) and my AOS is in process for long time cuz there was a mistake in my sponsor documents , anyway , my father in law is paying for my and my wife expenses and I am...
You should have applied for employment authorization as soon as you applied for adjustment of status. It usually takes 3-4 months to receive it. If you have not applied for it, then you should as soon as possible.See question
My husband just received his approval notice for COS from F1 OPT to H4. We would like to travel to Canada. Can he re-enter the states with his approval notice? Or does he have to do a visa stamping? He is an Indian citizen.
If meets the requirements for automatic visa revalidation, then he will not need a new visa. He can discuss the requirements with his attorney or consult with one if he does not have one. Also, he should review the entry requirements for Canada.See question
american citizen married at the age of 17. Is it possible to petition for parents? Are you considered emancipated due to marriage?
No, you have to be 21. It is statutory.See question
Dues to some budget cuts I would be loosing my job and my employer said they would be revoking my H1B shortly. How many days do I get to say in United States after my H1B is revoked?
You should consult with an attorney and review the new regulations to determine how long you can stay and what you should do to reacquire lawful status.See question
It is time for me to submit my naturalization paperwork. I am just concerned that the new developments may make things not as straightforward as they used to be. Is it better or perhaps necessary to submit through the agency of a law firm? Thank you!
You don't have to have a lawyer but having one has many advantages: the lawyer will help you complete the form and answer the complicated or confusing questions, the lawyer will assess your eligibility for naturalization, the lawyer will help you anticipate and address potential problems or issues that could arise, the lawyer will follow up with USCIS if there are delays, the lawyer will attend the interview with you. I'm biased since I am an immigration lawyer but it is money well spent. Filing by yourself and relying on "advice" from friends or incomplete information online can be dangerous.See question
Hi every one , I just did my biometric this week after 3 months waiting since I filed for my N400 application on September 25 th. Now how long I have to Waite to get my interview letter and how long to Waite to do the citizenship interview .
Best guess 3-6 months. You are still within normal processing times.See question