I'm an Australian citizen and have been living in the US for 4 years. I'm currently not even living at home. I also plan on staying in the US, can I become emancipated?
Your question is not an immigration question. I suggest that you re-post the question under the category of family law or probate. Best wishes.See question
I live in Mexico but will be soon flying to Hawaii from San Diego. I was wondering if I could show TSA my BCC or do I have to bring my mexican passport?
When traveling by air, you should always have your Mexican passport, as well as your BCC. Best wishes.See question
I am u.s citizen and sponsoring my father to come to U.S who is in home country now. He entered u.s illegally than he went back home 11 years ago.
We would need to know more information. When he left the US, was he deported? Has he been arrested or convicted of any crimes? Did he ever provide false information to US immigration officials? I suggest that you work directly with an experienced immigration attorney. We are available by phone or email. Best wishes.See question
I am a U.S citizen and Want to get married to a illegal immigrant but not sure what the process is to go around and do it. Please Help
We would need to know more information. You can certainly marry her. The question is whether she would be able to obtain permanent resident status based on the marriage to you. Has she ever been deported in the past? Has she ever been arrested or convicted of any crime? Does she have DACA? I suggest that you work directly with an immigration attorney to go over all of the facts and history, and to move forward in the best manner. We are available by phone or email. Best wishes.See question
I live in the US, I'm mexican with a tourist visa. I was wondering if applying for a consular ID alert US authorities? Will it be showed on their databases?
This is not strictly a US immigration question. However, it appears that the Mexican Consulate will probably not share your application for a consular ID with US officials. You could ask the Mexican Consulate this question directly. Best wishes.See question
I am planning to get married to an illegal immigrant who entered the U.S. Legally with a work visa but it expired a few months ago. I am also in the military if that helps. Also will i be able to enroll me spouse in DEERS is she does have legal st...
Are you a U.S. citizen? If your partner entered lawfully, then your partner might be eligible to obtain permanent resident status after marrying you. In many cases the process takes approximately 6 months. Because your in the US military, the process might be accelerated. As for enrollment in DEERS, that is not specifically an immigration question. I suggest that you communicate with the DEERS office about that. Best wishes to you.See question
I came here as F-1 student. Then my parents fled from our country and came to US because of situation in our country. We then applied for asylum. Our asylum case is still pending. Our I-765 got approved and we got working permit. I met my fiance ...
The instructions to the I-864 describe the situations in which the intending immigrant's income may be included. I suggest that you read those instructions very carefully. If you are not sure, then you should consult directly with an immigration attorney about the issue. Best wishes.See question
Hi... My mother have a granted asylum.. She applied for green card but she didn't receive it yet... So she applied for i-512 AP. She want to leave US to visit her sick brother in home country for less than a month... Is there if she used her AP t...
If your mother is considering visiting the country from which she fled, the country whose persecution of her led US immigration officials to grant her asylum, then she should reconsider that decision to visit the country. It is possible that US immigration officials might decide to revoke her asylum status, on the basis that, if she feels safe enough to visit the country, she might not qualify for asylum status any longer. I suggest that you consult directly with an immigration attorney near you about this. Best wishes.See question
I'm done with school, so not taking any more classes from this fall (which means my I-20 will expire soon). My I-485 is pending, and I was wondering if I'll be in trouble if my green card gets rejected. If my green card gets rejected, would I imme...
If your pending I-485 application is denied, then you might have an option to have an immigration judge review the denial in Immigration Court. You might also have an option of filing a motion to reconsider or reopen your I-485. It all depends on the specific nature of your I-485, and the reasons for the denial, if it ends up being denied. I suggest that you work directly with an experienced immigration attorney to review the case and the options. Best wishes.See question
hi i came as an f1 student here in 2014 and i had some issues in my home country about life threatening i was observing from some time if it could get fixed but 6 months ago i visited my home country and i had those issues again i was about to get...
Asylum is a very complex area of law. I suggest that you work directly and closely with an immigration attorney experienced in asylum. Regarding your own situation, depending on all of the particular details of your case, your country, and many other factors, you might, or might not, be a good candidate to apply for asylum. If you maintain your student status continuously in the United States (i.e. you continue going to school with a valid I-20), then even if your asylum application is denied, then you would continue to have your student status. Most asylum cases at this time are taking several years to be decided. Again, I suggest that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney. We are available by phone and email.See question