LPR applied a petition for his son and wait to be approved, son remained in US until I130 approved, now wants to adjust status bexause the minor can't be back home country by himself upon I94 expires
He cannot stay here unless he has some other valid non immigrant status. He cannot adjust status until his priority date becomes currentSee question
As far as I can understand it, yes, but just to be sure: My wife is a "Green Card" holder, and I am on a post-OPT grace period expiring on September 17. In a scenario where I couldn't obtain a new status before 9/17, can we apply for my own Reside...
The 601 waiver applies if you have entered without inspection. It would not apply to you. You cannot stay in the US after your grace period expires if you have applied for permanent residency through you permanent resident wife unless you have valid status such as a new F1See question
I left the country well before my visa expired but forgot to return the i94 stub.
Don't worry about it. Your passport scan is a record you leftSee question
I just received my EAD card through my OPT. However, in the EAD card the Country of Birth is stated as Unknown. I already have a job offer, and need to start less than a week from now and cannot afford wait for another 90days to get a new card....
It should not effect your ability to travel or workSee question
Hello, I'm a current F-1 student and filing for AOS based on marriage. My F-1 status will be expired in December 2016, however, I'm planning to travel to my home country with my spouse right after my f-1 expiration date. I'm filing the app next we...
If you travel without advanced parole after filing your 485 you will have abandoned your application and will have to start again through consular processing which can take a year or longer. You will get advanced parole within 90 days of filing.See question
My H4 expired in June 2016 and my i94 also expired on June 23rd, till what time i can stay in US.
You need to leave as soon as possible. If you stay for more than 180 days you will be barred from applying for any visa for up to 10 years depending on how long you have overstayedSee question
In 1989 my ex wife's petition was approved she never came to America from the Philippines. I never saw her again. I'm remarried now and need to petition my new wife. Is my ex wife petition null and void already. There's no divorce in the Philippin...
You will either need a US divorce or an annulment of your marriage under Phillipines law before you can petition your new spouse as you are still legally married to your first spouse. Consult a family lawyer here and in the PhillipinesSee question
I am an Indian citizen doing medical residency in United States. I am gay and have been with my boyfriend for more than 2 years. He is a US Citizen. Homosexuality is illegal in India. In your experience, would I have a chance to get a hardship wa...
We would need additional facts but this seems like an adequate reason to prove hardshipSee question
My husband quit his job under his L1 Visa. I have the L2 with working authorization (EAD) and will also lose my Visa. Before moving back to Brazil we pretend to spend 3 months traveling in the US under our tourist Visa, B1/B2. We need to leave the...
You should not have any problem. Simply explain this to customs if they askSee question
Is it possible to borrow money from bank for investment if I am in USA. I have around 300,000 in hand and plan to open Taco bell franchisee which require 1 to 1.5 million investment. Please let me know.
Yes you can as long as the loan is secured by assets that you personally own. You will have to provide all loan documents, security agreement and proof of ownership of the assets securing the loan and how you obtained them. All documents that are not in English must be translated by a certified translator.See question