Hi, I'm currently in the US, and will travel to Europe in December, where I will need to renew my visa to come back to the US. I'm filling out the DS-160, and want to submit it early so I have my choice of appointment times at the US consulate...
You can tell the officer about these additional trips at the time of your interview.See question
My J1 visa will expire in May 2017. However, my program sponsor will extend my program for another 2 years. If I stay in the US with an expired visa, is the DS-2019 valid enough to present on transactions like banks or any other institution? My st...
Every bank has their own rules. So do various state DMV offices.
As my colleague pointed out, the visa stamp in the passport has no value once you enter the US .. the DS-2019 controls. Thus, if you don't leave the US, you don't need a new visa stamp.
You should be asking all of these questions of your program sponsor's RO ... have you talked to him/her?See question
So I have a H1B valid until 2018. I received an RFE and transfer denial from company A to company B because the lawyer could not justify my degree with the field of H1B (project manager). Now I am attending a MBA program, so at the end of it I...
Don't be so quick to blame the lawyer ... he/she may have tried his/her best but, it is possible that you just don't qualify.
2. Talk to the new company's immigration lawyer, you may still have some recapture time available ... assuming you can find a job. A Master's in education id quite difficult to find employment.
PS The H papers are not 'your' property, they belong to company A.See question
Both the Q & H require employment sponsors.
Find an employer and talk to them about possible sponsorship.
NOTE: There won't be any H visas available until 2017.See question
MY WIFE AND I HAVE BEEN MARRIED FOR OVER 2 years know and just had interview for permantsnt green card.less than six months.within those 6 months I notice change in her right after passing the interview. She right away kicked me out the house we w...
Are you saying that you two were called in for an I-751 interview ... a 2nd marriage interview? This is not all that normal.
You should meet with an attorney in private to explore what to do. If the I-751 was approved, it may be too late to do much of anything.See question
I'm on the fence whether I meet 5 yrs of progressive experience to be eligible for EB2 in case EmployerA refiles for PERM to port from Eb3 to Eb2. I'm sharing few details and seek your advise on my eligibility for EB2 Education - Bachelors(Indi...
I am assuming that you are on H-1B and that you have already had an educational evaluation from a US evaluation company that stated your online education, mixed with traditional in-class time is the equivalent of a BA, or BS from a US university.
Your US experience with A can not be used for employer A ... thus, you only appear to have 4.5 years experience
Have you talked to employer A's immigration lawyer?
If not, why not?
If yes, please be so kind as to tell us what he/she said.See question
Many lawyers here in Los Angeles are unscrupulous they promised their clients who sponsor for spousal visa that it's easy to get as long as you married to a US citizens and topically it takes 6 months to one year and they charge their clients $300...
I completely disagree with your statement: 'to my knowledge it depends which countries spouses are from"
It depends more on their relative age, language, ethnic background, cultural background, religion, education level ... etc.
As for whether or not LA lawyers are unscrupulous ... I won't dignify that with a response.See question
Thanks for your contribution. I came from Ghana on a b2 visa and we were married just for around 2 month after which we filed a divorce. We never had kids together and i am just few days out of status as at today (10 days out of status) also, ne...
If all of these events took place within the 6 months allowed under the B-2 .. .the best thing for you to do is go home as quickly as possible.See question
My mother lives in USA, she is getting old her age is above 51+, she is not well and can't work because of medical problem too, also she got burnt yesterday in house & she really needs a helper who can stay all the with her, because of some medica...
To be honest, I don't see this working.
1. Bringing someone from Pakistan is really, really difficult now days.
2. She isn't that 'old'
3. If she has that serious of problems, perhaps you should look into Medicaide and getting her a US worker as a caregiver.
My mother was convicted of possession with the intent to distribute. She served 10 months and was deported back to Jamaica. My grandmother started to petition for her to come back to the us 5 years ago. my mother got an interview date but was deni...
Yes, she can hire a lawyer and maybe he/she can get the governor, or president (depending on if it was a state or federal crime) to grant a pardon.See question