I have an F2 stamp. I would like to apply for a B1 after expiration of my F2, will i require a one-one interview at the embassy or simply a drop box application due to the fact that have once had stamp before? Thank you.
One does not mean you will get another. Besides, the chances of getting a visitor's-2 visa after your F2 are severely limited.See question
I am currently in the US as a U visa holder. However, I got admission to a university for a PhD research program abroad. I am skeptical I may not be able to get a visit visa because of my lack of permanent residence in the US yet. I am also ske...
You are correct. Having a U visa in the States does not mean you may legally return to the United States without a proper authorization. I strongly recommend procuring your LPR status and then after that embarking on your studies abroad.See question
Can i explain with sound prove ?
Please review the exact application you have submitted the US Consulate carefully. IF you perceive any omissions or misstatements, promptly submit a corrected update in writing or do so at the time of the interview.
In terms of clearance letters, provide what the Consulate requests.
We fell in love and want to get married to bring her to america and file immigration papers i129f for fiancé visas
That sounds like a roundabout way to marry to a foreign national relative for the sole purpose of making them eligible for immigration benefits in the U.S.
I do not recommend that route.
1. Receive a
If USCIS approves your
application for naturalization,
you must attend a ceremony and
take the Oath of Allegiance to
the United States. USCIS will
notify you by mail of the time
and date of your ceremony.
The notice USCIS sends
you is called the “Notice of
Naturalization Oath Ceremony”
(Form N-445). In some cases,
USCIS may give you the option
to take the oath on the same day
as your interview.
If you arrange to take a “sameday”
oath, USCIS will ask you
to come back to the office later
that day. At this time, you will
take the oath and receive your
Certificate of Naturalization.
2. Check in at
When you arrive at the
ceremony, you will be asked
to check in with USCIS. You
should arrive at least 30 minutes
before your scheduled ceremony.
Remember that there are often
many other people being
naturalized with you who must
also be checked in with USCIS.
If you cannot attend the
ceremony on the day you are
scheduled, you should return
the USCIS notice (Form N-445)
to your local USCIS office.
You should include a letter
explaining why you cannot be at
the ceremony and asking USCIS
to reschedule you.
From the USCIS Instructions
I got here to the states on a B1/B2 visa in the beginning of July, my I-94 is due on January 2017. I come and go often and visit friends and my boyfriend who is a Permanent Resident (not citizen). This year while visiting my BF stated he would lik...
There is no legal way to adjust the status to your future LPR spouse (provided you do get married in the US) without you leaving the U.S. for subsequent Consular Processing which may take up to a year.
I suggest you meet with a locally established immigration counsel to develop a legally accurate plan for your future.
I am a student on an F-1 visa. I got offer for an internship ans started working with DSO approval. Unfortunately, my CPT end date in the I-20 did not match the end date mentioned in the offer letter due to the mistake from my academic advisor who...
No one could gauge chances of any legal action where the decision is made by other entities, the USCIS in this case. Also, you are correct in your reasoning that a competent counsel may submit and draft a more legally accurate submission than a person without requisite legal training.See question
Hello, My spouse is on H4. He got an admission into a school in California and he really wants to do his masters. So he started taking classes there by travelling to and from Utah every 15 days. We recently applied for F1 and received an RFE to p...
One may furnish sworn Affidavits by at least two people with direct knowledge however, a sign of the RFE received indicates that the case has developed a wrinkle.
Have you considered retaining a good attorney?
I filled L2 visa extension and EAD renewal on same day on 07-Apr-2016 at California Centre.How many days it will take to get EAD card once I will get my I-539 approval?
Generally the USCIS strives to process EADs efficiently with a target date around 90 days, yet how long it takes in each separate case varies for a number of reasons beyond one's control.See question
I had applied for f1 and status is still pending. Status shows "Case Received". I applied for h1b and my name got picked in lottery this year. As f1 is pending , so hope it will not effect h1b. As decision is not taken by USCIS on f1.
Both submissions may be considered separately, however, their respective decisions will be made on merits.See question