Hi, I have been working on my current Managerial role since 2013 in India. Recently I moved to US on L1-A visa and working here since last 6 months. Am I eligible for applying Greencard now with my employer consent & support or should I wait for 6...
Your employer can petition for you now as a Multinational Manager: EB1C.
My mother is a green card holder,she's 60 yrs old,she has applied for a citizenship but she failed because she dosen't speak english!,she's been in the US for more than 10 years!The problem that she's never been at school and the language was ver...
Given her age, she can take the Civics Exam in her native language when she accrues 15 years as a green card holder. Best of luck.
My wife is Citizen of india and now she became a Legal permanent resident of USA on September 2013. On February 2011 she was arrested in Collin county,texas and charged with Class C Misdemeanor theft shoplifting, On march 2011, she pled guilit...
There is little risk of any issues. I would have her travel with evidence of the dismissal. Best of luck.
A derivative of a wife who is a victim of a crime committed in feb 2014. Police certification was not achieved until nov 2014 and eventually filled concurently with i 765 by dec. 2014, biometric march 2015. Up till date the only change in the c...
Consider a USCIS Ombudsman inquiry.
According to USCIS.gov the Advance Parole document does not guarantee my te-entry to the US. They also mention that If parole is granted, I will be permitted to come into the U.S. as a parolee, but will not have been 'admitted". I had a DWI a litt...
Assuming all other issues of admissibility have been cross-checked, you should also take evidence of the DWI dismissal.
My brother-in-law migrated to USA on his wife's petition in AUG 2016. He has the conditional green card which expires in AUG 2018. Now they are deciding to have a divorce. The questions are 1) Does it matter who files for the Divorce? 2) How d...
Thanks for posting these common questions. Here is some feedback:
1.) In most cases, it doesn't matter who first files the divorce;
2.) A case involving a Removal of Conditions with a Waiver for a Bona Fide Marriage can sometimes be challenging.
3). Once the waiver is filed, USCIS will send an extension of the Conditional Residency while the application is pending.
Best of luck.
I am canadian and presently in Canada. I am contesting my Domestic violence class C misdemeanor case from canada. In February , my wife did forced me in violence and i was arrested and i got domestic violence ticket. My criminal attorney mana...
You will need to disclose this offense and be ready to provide outcome of the case. Generally, Domestic Violence offenses are treated as serious offenses, you appear to be eligible for a Petty Offense Exception to allow you to continue to seek admission. I would advise you to consult with an expert immigration lawyer.
I came to the u.s when i was 3 years old and I've been going to school since i came here and i already graduated highschool.I need to know if i can file for residency so then later on i can become a citizen. Is there anyway i can do this without ...
DACA may be your best bet. If you didn't enter the US with the inspection, consider applying for Advance Parole under the DACA program.
I am a foreigner working with no papers. Me & my boyfriend plan to get married soon.
The type of visa that you used to enter the US will also be a relevant issue. There are some visas that do not allow you to adjust status.
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Hi, I am currently a F1 student in USA (from aug-2014). A petition has been filed for our family by my aunt.(Petitioner) for F4 immigration in 2002-2004. Recently (2015) my Father received the approved notification from NVC and my name is also...
You may or may not be CSPA protected. An experienced immigration lawyer will need to review the I-130 approval notice to assess eligibility and deduct processing times from your age. If you happen to be protected, there is an additional requirement to file for adjustment within one year of the PD becoming current.