I left New York a week ago to reside toronto permanently. I am a Canadian citizen. I was living the the US since I was 3 yrs old with my parents. I never got a greencard but I had DACA. Will I see trouble returning to the US for visiting only? I a...
You should establish yourself in Toronto for 6 months to a year before trying to come to the US.See question
I am currently in OPT and my company has applied for my H1 and has just started the PERM processing for me. My longtime girlfriend is coming to US for a month in B1 for a conference. Can we get married in County/Court and get a marriage certificat...
Yes, this will work. I have many clients with two wedding anniversaries ... one public and one private.See question
I am from Germany and I am here in Las Vegas, NV on a B1/B2 Visa. I have a Bachelor and almost my MBA. However, I found a NYC based company here and they want to employ me full-time. I would work in Search Engine Marketing of a Digital Marketing A...
You forgot to tell us the field of study for your BA/BS.
It is faster to go home ... the change of status takes a long time.
I think you'll have a difficult time qualifying for the J, but you can always contact a few program sponsors to see if they will issue you the essential DS-2019: https://j1visa.state.gov/programs: https://j1visa.state.gov/programsSee question
Hi, I got removed for five years from Us as intention to work. Now, its already 1 year. I applied 3 times for a tourist visa, got denied. I asked the consulus if i can study in Usa, he said, he that im free to apply for a student visa but he can...
I don't think you will be successful, for two reasons.
1. You have a 5 year bar and will probably need a waiver.
2. An English language program probably won't be 'serious' enough.
But, you can always try if you're willing to risk the time/money.See question
I am on TPS. It have no more benefit for me to be on it as it have no hope to get a green card or Citizenship. I am Leaving to a different County to be with Family. Now, I want to cancel my TPS without breaking the Law or ruin my chance to re-ente...
You can send them a certified letter and return the EAD card. Then just leave.See question
I mean if you apply for legal status later on, the USCIS may ask for your records in the IRS and will see all the info. btw, I am NOT illegal!
In many cases they ask for tax returns and for a list of your employers.
Yes, they can use ITIN records, among other things.See question
The immigration lawyer that we used informed my husband and I that we had to wait for him to do pardon I601 and I212 after his visa interview. He was denied and was told he needs to wait the whole ten year to be able to do pardons. The lawyer basi...
Attorneys don't normally request fingerprints, the government does that.
It is normal for the visa to be denied and for you to submit the waiver (what you call pardon) papers afterwords.
Have you talked to the lawyer recently?See question
I submitted my n-400 application in Wisconsin (October 2016) and shortly after I moved to Minnesota in November. 2016. I had to go back down to do my biometrics in December 2016. A USCIS officer told me to do an address change online and my appl...
Make an InfoPass appointment no sooner than 120 days after the interview.See question
Thanks for the responses , i got convicted in feb 2014 using a false pretense . it was said i obtained my visa by fraud. I got sentenced to time spent in jail which was 6 wks. I bonded out and my master hearing is in 2019. I got married in 2016 t...
What is your question?
I suggest that you don't try to work things out without an attorney ... He/she might be able to get the judge to exercise discretion, ignore your visa fraud (perhaps requiring a waiver) and grant a greencard.
It will be a tough case.See question
How long is the processing time for I-485 AOS in NBC. I applied on EB-1B and it has been more than a year that my AOS is pending decision. Now case is transferred. It is outside the 6 month time window. What should I do. After 8 months, I had put ...
There is no fixed processing time. Nor is there a consistent 'window'. Every case is different, don't compare yourself to your colleagues.
How long ago did you submit your most recent medical?See question