Could someone give me a list of documents I need to file with I-751? Petition to remove the conditions of residence.Thank you.
Read the instructions on the form first. This provides some general guidance. There are some specific documents that you are required to provide and then they also ask for "evidence" to establish that the marriage is a bona fide marriage. I generally include copies of joint bank statements, mortgages or leases showing both parties names, insurance policies or similar documents showing the spouse as beneficiary, birth certificates of children born to the marriage, and affidavits from people who know you and can attest to the fact that you and your spouse have been living together as husband and wife. I've included a link to a guide I wrote about the process. Hope this helps.See question
I am a Green Card holder since 1998. I went thru a very compicated divorce and was convicted of a 3rd degree misdemeanor (telephone harrassment) in Colorado and completed six months probation for that back in 2004. Can i apply for citizenship?
You certainly can apply and this isn't the type of offense that would typically be an issue in a naturalization petition. You must show that you have good moral character and I don't think this is the type of crime that would call that into serious question. You will be required to provide a certified copy of the court transcript related to the conviction. I have represented clients with criminal convictions that are far worse than this and they have been successful. Hope this helps.See question
Could I travel to Canada and back for 2 days with an expired M1 Visa but a current I-94 and no application for I-539 is made. I've been in the US for about 11 months now and in this period I visited India for about 40 days. Any feedback will be...
No. You always need a valid entry document (visa) to return to the U.S. You will not be able to reenter the U.S. on an unexpired I-94 without a valid visa. If you apply for and receive an extension of your M1 you can travel, but you will have to apply for new M1 visa at U.S. embassy abroad.See question
My company filed for my GC last year and I got my I140 approved this month and the I485 was applied in august 07. Is it okay to switch jobs and start using my ead or should i wait?
Generally speaking, if you have an approved I-140 and a pending I-485 you cannot switch employers or "port" unless the I-485 has been pending for 180 days or more. If the I-485 has been pending for more than 185 days then you can change employers if the job is the same or similar occupational classification as set forth in the I-140. IF you decide to change positions I would urge you to have a qualified immigration attorney assist you with this. It is not an overly complicated matter but you have a lot to lose if it goes badly.See question
Hi..M1 Visa Expired, My I-94 expires in about 20 days; However my course is still not complete and it will take 2 more months for completion. Will I have to fill out the form I-539? Any exceptions?
What is the expiration date on your I-20? Is it the same as your I-94? The visa expiration is not an issue, but if you need to stay longer than the date on your I-94 you will need to apply for an extension as you will be officially out-of-status as of the expiration of your I-94. You will have to file form I-539 if a extension of your status is required.See question
hi i am a nurse.I am in B1B2 visa.I want to take NCLEX preparation for few months.because i dont have Nclex preparation institute in my country.And i have strong financial support.Can i change my B1B2 into F1 if i have I 20 form Kaplan institute f...
Hi, assuming the program you mention meets the criteria for the F1 visa you should be able to change your status to F1. (*A counselor at Kaplan should be able to determine whether their program and your course would qualify.) You would have to file a I-129 petition and request a change of status to F1. If your petition were denied it should not effect the validity of your current status.See question
I would like to know what rights I have, being married to a Polish woman? We were married here in the states, and have never lived in Europe together. THanks!
Hi, assuming you are a U.S. Citizen and the EU Citizen entered the U.S. lawfully you may file an application to adjust your spouse's status to that of a lawful permanent resident. This will allow her to live and work in the U.S. indefinitely. She would also be entitled to apply for U.S. Citizenship after 3 years of residency. There is more information on my website about the adjustment of status process if you are interested. Hope this helps. If not, please feel free to email me.See question
My grandfather was a proud immigrant and U.S. citizen. He successfully petitioned his 4 children in the Philippines. He died before the paperwork finished. Is there anything I can do as a niece/granddaughter to continue the process? I have an ...
You say that he successfully petitioned for them but died before completing the paperwork. Was the petition filed before he died? Was it approved?See question