Two years ago I've got a travel document. I'm studying outside the United States currently. My travel document will soon expire and I'm coming back to the US. Do I have to apply for it again considering that I still need 12-13 months to finish my ...
If you will be out of the U. S. for more than a year, then this can complicate matters. You can be accused of abandoning your permanent resident status.
At this time, you must remain in the U. S. first before you apply for a second re-entry period. Otherwise, the second application 'should' be denied. You may have created additional issues that can complicate your life by remaining abroad. As a result, I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a competent and experienced immigration attorney. Good luck.See question
I wanted to know whether withdrawing immigration petition help in my chances of getting my tourist visa renewed ?I have no intentions of immigrating to US in the near future .My whole family has a tourist visa and I have visited US many times before.
You must overcome the presumption of immigrant intent that all B2 visa applicant have as a matter of law with a 'preponderance of evidence.'
The evidence that demonstrates that you may have immigrant intent for the purposes of the visit may still exist. There may also be other complications, so more information is needed.
If denied, it will be very difficult to disprove immigrant intent in the future. The fact that you may yet to reveal additional facts concerns me.
I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before there are any other complications. Good luck.See question
I go to a boarding school in Massachusetts. I want to attain an unpaid internship at a finance company in Boston. One of the regulations states that I need a declared major, I don't have one right now. Also, would I need to get an I-20?
These programs are intended for University students. Speak with your international student advisor at your boarding school. If that doesn't help, then discuss this issue with a competent and experienced immigration attorney. Perhaps, there are options, but an unpaid internship that includes benefits, even a free lunch or three can complicate your visa status later. There may be other options, but more information is needed.See question
I filed D-260 for my child along with civil documents and Affidavit of support (Form 864W) to NVC. I got an interview letter from Islamabad embassy which has advised to bring, among other things, affidavit of support to the interview. I have alre...
The I-864W may have expired, so another updated copy may be required, but more information is needed. Perhaps, there are other, as yet, undetermined disqualifications.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before there are any complications and possible delay. Good luck.See question
With news that things could move faster in the coming months am I any closer to hearing any word soon?
You won't until you consular process outside the U. S. If you are lawfully present with an unexpired I-94 entry, you may be able to adjust status, but more information is needed. You have an additional step with more fees and paperwork to file if you somehow qualify.
As a result, I strongly recommend an appointment or teleconference with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before there are more complications.See question
Our ex attorney filed the I 30 along with the I 485 (not "I 487").
More information is needed to answer. Who is the person petitioning? Are they the spouse, parent or child of the applicant. If the applicant is a child, then how old is the child? Was the applicant inspected and admitted by the CBP or INS? Are they somehow disqualified based upon any disqualifying reasons passed by Congress?
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration before there are more complications. Good luck.See question
I'm 16 and I have a visa that allows me to stay in the US. Now I want to participate in an internship program and they want me to fill out the W-9 form so they can pay me, but I don't have SSN (Social Security Number). So should I fill out the W-8...
More information is needed. Do you have an employment authorization card? Do you have a work visa? Are you an F-1 visaholder/student with authorization for curricular practical training?
There are quite a few unanswered questions. Therefore, I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before there are complications. Good luck.See question
CAN I STILL DO BOTH.
More information is needed. It is very easy to disqualify your chances to support your foreign born spouse, where you also sign a form I-864 for someone else. You need financial resources to support both, which means that you may not earn enough to support both immigrants. That can prove devastating. There are also potential financial consequences, which are significant.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney who can spend enough time counseling you. Otherwise, you may complicate your petition for your future husband if that turns out to be a foreigner who must be petitioned and sponsored.See question
I am an F1 visa holder and I divorced recently. We both are from another country with independent F1 statuses. However the divorce I petitioned went against me because of an affair between me and our F1 visa sponsor, who is a US citizen and who go...
You have a complicated situation. It's unclear whether this newer marriage is appropriate or a sham. More information is needed.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney, who can spend enough time to carefully review all of the facts. You need legal advice, counsel and representation at this point. This is not the type of situation that can be reasonably reviewed, otherwise. Good luck.See question
Dear Sir I need to submit Suit against American embassy ? I'm FROM YEMEN. I HAVE ALREADY GOT A DV VISA. AT THE TIME OF INTERVIEW, I TRAVELLED ALONG WITH MY FAMILY MEMBERS TO MALISYA TO HAVE THE INTERVIEW IN THE US EMBASSY. ALL MY CERTIFICATES ...
Too many people who are selected believe that they are 'winners,' when they are simply finalists. Many finalists are denied. No one should spend $50,000 on DV processing. More information is needed.See question