I am a US permanent resident. I have applied for a re-entry permit, but the notice was sent back to the office because of some issues with my address. I haven't received new biometric appointment notice but I need to leave the US soon, but I can ...
You may leave after filing reentry permit and come back for biometrics or reschedule biometrics if you receive and are not able to come back.See question
If I'm buying a franchise in order to qualify for an E2 visa, do I need to have visited the USA and chosen what franchise I want to buy and have spoken to the franchisor before I consult an attorney? Thanks
Not necessarily. However you must have purchased the franchise before filing the E2See question
Hi, My relative in India wants to surrender his green card using Form I-407. He will send the signed form to U.S. Department of Homeland security in India by mail. Question is regarding the date which would be used as the termination of long-t...
It will be from the date he signs itSee question
Hi! I am starting business in Los Angeles. Now I have F1 student visa and I support my status with I-20. I am looking for a lawyer who can help to change my status to E2 while I am here in USA. Give me the answer to my question please. After I wou...
Different lawyers charge different fees and some provide free consultations. If you file by premium processing you can have an answer in 15 daysSee question
Like the othe immigrant (5years) or married immigrant (3years)
Yes if you have been a permanent resident for 3 years.See question
Hi, I was working at a startup “A” as a FTE. They filed for my H1b this year and couldn’t get it though the random lottery and had to let me go shortly after the result. Another employer “B” was very interested in my profile and also filed for ...
It is hard to say as we do not know what employer b said you would be doing for them. However, if there is a material change in employment you should file an amendment.See question
Hi, I have H1 and currently residing in USA. My H1 is getting expired on Oct 1st,2016. Extension has been filed but under regular processing. Meanwhile, I have plans to go back to my home country and stay there for atleast year. In this process, ...
If you leave before the extension is granted your application will be denied. To prevent this you could file premium processing to get an answer before you leave.
If you come back to work for your employer after 1 year you will need to file a new h1b if you did not get your extension or it was denied but you will not be counted against the cap.See question
Hi, I hope you are doing great! I have a situation that driving me frustrated. I am a US citizen applying for my parents to get their green card, after a long wait they send us an interview appointment which we never received and missed due to US...
This seems pretty simple. Go to a new USCIS approved doctor and hire a new lawyer to file the motion to reconsider with evidence of government error. You could file by early next week. Then worry about your former lawyer and Doctor. Or just start again for your parents. You probably won't get an answer for 6 months on the motion.See question
Dear Attorney, I currently have an E3 (dependent) visa that was issued by the USCIS in February of 2016. The validity of my E3D visa is until *July 26, 2017*. I will be visiting India in October this year and was told that if I were traveling...
E3 dependant visa renewal process is exactly the same as filing for a new E3. That is filing a Da160 and scheduling an interview.See question