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Recently how long is the processing time of I-485 for U visa adjustment to permanent residence? It doesn't show on USCIS website. I am anxious to know. Your experience about it is very appreciated.
US CIS publishes processing times
See the linkSee question
I have just been released on supervised release and I owe a large amount of money in federal restitution. While I was incarcerated this last year, my husband received a signing bonus for an oil lease on land that is part of an inheritance from a...
Seperate property is usually not going to be touch, but income from sdeperate property might.
Also, you stated that "the lease happened early last year while I was incarcerated and I forgot all about it when I filled out the paperwork for my PO declaring assets for everyone in my home."
This IS a problem. Contact a criminal defense attorney immediately to address this issueSee question
so my sister was in this problem since september 2011. she was in propation while waiting on her court day, while on this process she had two babygirls and had court until last week. she denied several things they were blaming her for and so the j...
I agree with my colleague on the appeal issue.
On the immigration issue, you need to seek the help of an experienced immigration attorney - one who works on removal defense.See question
He has lived in the US. legally since he was four and now he is thirty four. it's the only home he knows. he is there because he has a criminal back ground. a few DUI and Traffic Violations I don't understand why he has to be there so long and wil...
He will likely be at the CCA contract facility at 15850 Export Plaza Dr Houston, Texas 77032. You will need to obtain the Alien Registration Number (A Number) that will be found on the bracelet that they gave him while processing in.
Once you have that number, call 1-800-898-7180 for the next court date.
Depending on his nationality and how long he will be in detention, they can move him to the Polk County Detention center at 3400 FM 350 South, Livingston, Texas 77351. The phone is (936) 967-8000.
He can be placed int removal proceedings solely because of his unlawful presence. Depending upon his criminal history, he can be eligible for Cancellation of Removal (requirements at the link).See question
and what can i do about it ?
There is a misconception that a "DREAM Act" has been passed.
The Obama administration only created a process to document individuals meeting a certain criteria and have deemed it "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals" or "DACA".
There are a number of requirements, as the link below will show, and the only mention of taxes is, "Evidence of your current income, such as tax returns, banks statements or paystubs, or an affidavit from you or a third party stating you do not file tax returns, have no bank accounts and/or have no income or evidence to prove your income level."
I will make two suggestions. First, under no circumstances do you withhold information. You can overcome the tax issue if there has been no intent to deceive the IRS. Second, apply soon because DACA can close at anytime.See question
I linked the most current G-1055 filing fees schedule for US Citizenship and Immigration Services.
For attorney's fees - every attorney is differentSee question
he served 5 years for conspiracy charge, and got deported, is there a possibility for him to obtain residency if we get married? is there a pardon for this kind of deportation?
I see you are in Texas. In the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals even people convicted of "aggravated felonies" can apply for a 212(h) waiver under very finite and certain circumstances.
I suggest you contact a good immigration attorney.See question
When I went to court Monday they had a court appointed lawyer representing me and she told me I had to do state jail time for my case since I had priors. P.C. states: Cop pulls me over because passenger didn't have a seat belt. (he had his seat ...
The time is attenuated between your prior burglary of a building, which is the main barrier to probation - as my colleague stated - you will need an agreed reccomendation from the DA. Getting probation may not be that difficult as you have not had any issues in 5 years, but the two previous POM will be a challenge for your attorney. Make sure if you work, you are in school, go to church, etc. ; your attorney will need documentaion on this.
Mr. Mitchell is corect in stressing the suppression issue. Pursue it vigorously.See question
My fiancee has been detained for 2 months for illegal re-entry. She was arrested for working without a hair license. Which was a misdemenor. She will appear in court next week for sentencing ( she pleaded guilty) and most likely will have time ser...
You are correct in that she may have problems for the re-entry after deportation federal charges. However, if she was removed the first time for only illegal presence, it would be unusual for the federal government to prosecute her.
You can also file for her to adjust status if you are married and can meet the statutory qualifications and waivers.See question
I am very upset! I hired a attorney last summer after I learned the one I had was disbarred. He has been not returning my calls all year and I had a hearing a few weeks ago that he supposedly attended but he has yet to tell me the out come and I h...
You may want to set up a visit in person. There is no excuse for not returning calls, but you should address it in person.See question