My fiancé is from England and she wants to become a US citizen. We plan to have our ceremony in April of 2018 but we would like to get the application process started now. Once approved for the K-1 visa and we marry in the 90 day window is it requ...
If your fiance enters the US with the K-1 visa, it is strongly recommended that she REMAIN in the US, marry you within 90 days, and then apply for permanent resident status in the US. She would not need to leave the US. In fact, she will need to REMAIN in the US. I strongly suggest that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney, to avoid mistakes and to have the best chance of success. Best wishes.See question
I am PR of US since 08/2014. I just got married before 1 month and she is here with F1 (Student Visa) visa since 1 year. I was living in Texas since i came to US. Now i moved to Michigan with her after marriage. I want to apply green card for her....
Your wife will need to either maintain valid status in the US for at least the next couple of years, or else she will need to leave the US and later return to the US with an immigrant visa. It would be a good idea for you to work with an experienced immigration attorney to avoid mistakes and delays and have the best chance of success. Best wishes.See question
my fiance is soon going to file for the k1 visa I was born in Switzerland but my dad is a U.S. citizen, he left my mom and me after I was 3 years old they never got married, his name is on my swiss birth certificate and I never had a relationship ...
Is your fiancee a US citizen? If she is, then it appears that she could file for you. Based on your description, it appears that your father did not transmit his US citizenship to you, although it would be a good idea to go over all of the facts and details with an experienced immigration attorney to be sure. You and your fiancee might also want to work with an experienced immigration attorney throughout the process to avoid mistakes and to have the best chance of success.See question
I came 3 week ago to Usa on Ir1 visa, I haven't received my green card yet But the stamp on my passport good for one year green card Can i travel back with that on my country back
Yes, you may travel outside the US and then return with your immigrant visa. Your immigrant visa states that upon endorsement (which is the entry stamp you received when you first entered with the immigrant visa), the visa is proof of permanent residence (I-551 is the green card) for one year. You do not need to apply for advance parole. Best wishes.See question
my case is F2B and I've got opt-out from F1, VISA interview done in Yerevan,Armenia US embassy, got Administrative Processing.
The answer to your question is unknown. We don't know if the new president will direct changes in policy or procedures at the US consulates abroad. We don't know if the new president will implement new background checks or other procedures regarding applicants for visas from certain countries. We all will need to wait and see.See question
I'm a permanent resident and recently got married through court. My husband has two attempts of entering the US one back in March 2015 and the other one in January 2016. Her mom has a family petition acceptance letter F4 - Brothers and sisters of ...
In order to answer your question, we would need more specific details of your husband's history of entries into the US, exits from the US, and any and all encounters that your husband has ever had with US immigration officials. The details really matter. As for the I-130 petition filed by a relative, that might, or might not, make a difference in your husband's case, depending on such details as when the petition was filed, who filed it, and who is the beneficiary of the petition. I suggest that you consult directly with an experienced immigration attorney to get a complete picture of your husband's situation and options. Best wishes.See question
I was taken to police station for stealing 66$ worth from Meijer(Groceries Store) in Michigan on 01/11/2017. I was released 1-2 hrs later from the station with a citation notice that I will receive information to appear in court. I booked my ticke...
We would need to know what your status in the United States is (visitor visa, student, other, etc.) and we would also need to know more details of your immigration history in the United States, and also your history of any other arrests, convictions, etc. In general, much more information is needed. I suggest that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney. Best wishes.See question
My wife wasn't making inaf mony so i have a joint sponsor And my join sponsor trying to cancel my green card , becoz he sine aos papers for me Can he b able to do that
Hello Ricky, The joint sponsor will NOT be able to withdraw the joint sponsorship, and will NOT be able to cancel your permanent resident (green card) status. Best wishes to you.See question
I am a Canadian. Should I report this status change ahead of time? Do I need to leave the country? Will effect my work status? I have had my greenCard 4 years
You don't need to do anything. Your marriage to a US citizen will not require you to report it to US immigration officials. You don't need to leave the US. Marriage should not affect your work status. There might be other reasons for you to report your marriage to your employer - for example, health care benefits, retirement plan benefits, etc. Best wishes.See question
we entered (me, my wife and our children) to U.S by B1/B2 visas, and during our stay we had a small fight with my wife and someone talk to her and called the caps, then I have charged for 2 days as "domestic violence" then my wife went to the cou...
Your criminal matter in the United States might, or might not, have a significant effect on your asylum application. Regarding your asylum application, it is best to work directly with an experienced immigration attorney to have the best chance of success.See question