I got my greencard in 2007 .. I had a dui in 2009 i was 19 years old and i was arrested 1 day. but case was dismissed cause i compleated all probation... also in 2013 i had an argument with my ex girlfriend and i got arrested for terrorristic th...
You need to get a certified disposition from both arrests. Based on information provided, the DUI would be a conviction for immigration purposes. The 2013 is unclear from the facts presented if it is s conviction or not. You need to disclose the arrests. Best thing you can do is get dispositions (judgements) and see an immigration attorney to get advice on how to address them during the interview.See question
For Q.2, Part 3 of form I-485, "Have you received public assistance in the US from any source, including the US Government, etc" does getting unemployment benefit for two months means I have to check "Yes" in this box?
Unemployment benefits are not "public assiatance" because they are not "means-tested benefits". One can only receive UB if has earned sufficient credits and separation from employment was not for cause.See question
I'm currently a US resident, but as soon as I become a US citizen I will start the immigration process to sponsor my parents.My mother lives in El Salvador, and my dad has lived in the US illegally for the past 8-9 years. He has filed taxes only ...
Your father would be inadmissible because his unlawful presence and he would not be eligible for s waiver. Your father would be eligible for a waiver if he is married to type mom and your mother becomes permanent resident. This is assuming that your father only has 1 entry into the US and doesn't have any other grounds of inadmissibility. You should contact an experience immigration attorney to assist with this process.See question
He's been in this country for 5 years now
There is no automatic legalization. The U.S. citizen must file a family petition and the Beneficiary must file a petition to become a permanent resident. The beneficiary must show that he is eligible and admissible as a permanent resident of the United States. If Beneficiary gets permanent resident status, then after 3 years of maintaining permanent resident, and still married to the U.S., can apply to become a naturalized citizen of the U.S. There are many factors that come into play to determine if Beneficiary is eligible and admissible.See question
I want to do a petition for my husband, I understand that I must file the following form I-130, I-485, I-765 What other forms must i file? and If is it mandatory to file all together? or can I start with form I-130 first, since i don't have at ...
There is no requirement that all petitions be filed at the same time. However, if you are a US citizen, It would be beneficial to file them at the same because your husband would be able to obtain employment authorization during the process. You should contact an immigration attorney in your area to weight the benefits of doing them together.See question
I missed my court for minor in possession and so I got arrested. I got bonded out but I now am going to go to court for failure to appear and minor in possession. What can be some consequences?
They are both misdemeanors and you may be looking at fines, court cost. The judge would also have discretion to impose jail time depending on the facts.See question
My DACA expires on October! Should I go to a lawyer to help me fill out the application or should I do it myself?
The law doesn't require that you hire an attorney to renew any kind of application to get an immigration benefit. However, sometimes it is money well invested to hire an experienced attorney to make sure that there is nothing else that would have a negative impact to your application. Good luck.See question
I was wrongfully convicted (as the charges were dropped) and it is proving quite difficult to obtain a job in my field of Education. I did not lose my teaching license and can still teach, but no district will hire me because in the FBI search, i...
A criminal attorney should be able to help you in expunging/sealing this matter. Arkansas has a process to file a Petition to expunge/seal an arrest which resulted in dismissal of the charges.See question
we have split up and have different partners now, he refused to sign them before when I asked.
If the children are under the age of 16, both parents have to be present to sign the application to obtain U.S. Passport for the children. You can also present Form DS-3053 if one of the parents can't be present at the time of application. If the other parent objects, check the divorce decree to see if there is any language about obtaining passport and traveling abroad with the children for vacations. If there is no such language, you will have to ask permission from the court to authorize you to obtain passport and to take them out of the U.S.See question
i am married 4 years with my u.s. citizen wife ,but during that time i was trying to help my wife to pay bills and trying to live in a decent place and life ,i got a job but unffourtanetly check as a u.s. citizen in my form well now we are very ...
The best you can do is to contact an immigration attorney to evaluate your situation. An experienced immigration attorney will evaluate you situation and advise you what is the best way to proceed.See question