I am almost done with my program. I am interested to make a change of status from J1 to B2 (tourist). I would like to visit the US before returning to my home country. But I am planning to come back to the USA and get a J1 visa again.
Refrain from posing duplicate issues as you have been advised by a few professionals.See question
Currently I am in F-1 status, and my father is a U.S. citizen. He left me and my mother when I was 5 years old and never helped financially or morally. Now he is trying to bond with me, but when I asked him to file for my green card, he refused. I...
You have no legal standing to compel your father to file an I-130 on your behalf.See question
Below is the timeline of my visa start date and my time out of USA. I was on F1 OPT initially -> My H1B - NIV start date was Feb 28 2012 -> There was an internal transfer of my status from F1 OPT to H1B on Feb 28, 2012 -> I went to India on Ma...
You need to work with the company's counsel. Period.See question
What do people with approved 212 d 3 waiver face at the port of entry? Are they taken into secondary screening and then denied entry?
Depends on each separate case as these cases are never simple.See question
I have visited the united state twice , from Nigeria,i have never overstayed or committed a crime in the state ,at the expiration of my visa ,i went on to renew my b1/b2 tourism visa and unfortunately i have been denied twice with an explanation ...
You may apply again within permitted time as their is no legal right to a visa which is always remains discretionary.See question
Married to US citizen for 4 months... applying now for adjustment of status, do I need the supplement form? And do I simply state the length of time I've been here in form I-485?
Before you make critical mistakes on federal forms show the drafts to a good local counsel before submitting the package.See question
Long story short, I am an international student and graduated with a BA degree from an American university in 2015. Deciding to switch my career paths, I enrolled in another program but feel unable to complete it because of the toll it has taken o...
You may, but first discuss your plan in person with a good licensed counsel locally.See question
Hello. My friend is here from India. Her father has a H-1B visa and the rest of the family including her sister, mother, and herself are dependent on the H-1B visa. It is highly possible my friend is facing neglect at home, but doesn't want to ...
Have your Indian friends invest in a good legal counsel. They will need it.See question
We have received an approval already (we got a case number) but situation has changed and i would not want to pursue my petition to my husband. Should i just "do nothing" and uscis will just withdraw my petition?
You may not withdraw an approved I-130 that has been finalized.See question
I'm being charge with PL 221. 10 01 will I be in danger of deportation?
It could be a CIMT depending on the charge elements and a removable offense with drastic consequences on your LPR status. Retain counsel ASAP.See question