I have a friend that came into the U.S using his cousins green card. He came from the Dominican Republic about 8 years ago. He wants to become a legal resident will be able to? What is the process ?
He should consult an immigration attorney.See question
I am a Canadian citizen and was working under a TN visa, at end of April I left my job, and right away I applied for a I-539 to change to TD status under my husband's TN. However the USCIS is delaying my case due to that they need more evidence. B...
If you leave the USA while your I539 application is pending it will be denied. You can just apply for a new TD application at the airport when you reenter from KoreaSee question
Okay so I was previously approved for DACA back in 2014. I submitted to renew after th 150 day but before the 120 day window. Everything had been going fine, I took the biometrics on May 4th 2016 and have yet to hear from USCIS. My Employment Auth...
You should receive your EAD within 90 days of filing otherwise make an infopass appointment to get approval to work. You cannot lawfully work without a valid unexpired EAD.See question
I am on F1 OPT and going to expire on october15,2016 I got married us citizen last month and im going to file marriage based green card on september last . I have joint bank account, authorized user with my credit card and joint cable bills ...
You will get work authorization 90 days after filing. You should also submit photos of various stages of dating and with family members, medical and car insurance together if you have it, lease agreements if applicable together.See question
I have applied EAD renewal and usually I get letter with reciept number about them receiving or processing the case. In previous cases I have gotten the EAD before the current EAD expiration date. But this time my EAD is already expired and I' not...
You cannot legally work until you receive the new EAD. You should have received a receipt. Have they cashed your check. That usually has the receipt number on it.See question
what does cancelled with prejudice mean on visa?
it means cancelled for a specific reason. cancelled without prejudice means it is cancelled but you could apply again for the same visa.See question
Hello. I am 21 years old, I am the oldest of the five. My parents came to this country at the age of 18. They came to this country illegally and cross the border. I was wondering how can I get them a green card. They pay their taxes.
If oyu are a US citizen you can file green card applications for them. They will need to obtain provisional waivers and then consular process in their home country.See question
May previously cancelled F1 visa without prejudice, be the reason for Form I-130 rejection?
Unlikely. The rejection notice will explain the reason whySee question
I filed a change of status from H4 to F1 and it was denied by USCIS. The Notice of Action stated I can chose to re-open the case. So I filed a motion to re-open and submitted the additional evidence. Eventually my F-1 visa was approved. Now while...
To be safe answer yes and then explain that it is was eventually approved.See question
Good day, I got response from NVC about my family case - (Green card for my father). Response is following: "We reviewed the documents you submitted to us. This letter has a list of documents that are missing or that need additional inf...
Send everything again to be safe.See question