I applied for political asylum almost 2 years ago and have an interview coming up. Am I allowed to bring an attorney? Is this custom? I heard that I should only bring an attorney if I get denied at interview and it goes to court. I don't have much...
You are permitted to be represented before USCIS at affirmative asylum interviews and are well-advised to have excellent counsel represent you. Also if you are denied and referred to the immigration court be advised to have counsel represent before EOIR as well. Good luckSee question
I applied for AOS based on marriage in May after getting married in inclined last year to my usc gf. I applied in May got an Rfe in July , sent it They received Rfe docs in July . Got my EAD in August But now it's been 6 months I havnt he...
It is always a concern if you have an RFE, and you should be represented by competent counsel. From your question it is not clear what the RFE was about ; do not post details online in any event but get help in a private consultation. Because you were RFE'd there may be a problem with your application and definitely could delay adjudication. Finally, many people get themselves into trouble without an attorney thinking they can do this without help. Unfortunately many people make mistakes as this is a difficult process and there are many pitfalls, even with something as seemingly straightforward as AOS. Get help now. Good luckSee question
My mom came to US with green card in April 2015 and friend of mine sponsored her because my income was not enough.Since she is 80 years old she needs to get medical coverage.Because she has no income showing in US we had to get her medicaid (Only...
Your question implicates the liabilities of a sponsor of the affidavit of support in the context of an adjustment of status application. Please note the liabilities of a sponsor are set forth in the I-864 form itself and it is very important that the sponsor understand what obligations they are undertaking when they sign an I-864. Below I have provided links which may help you but the best advice is to consult with excellent immigration counsel before signing any form and be represented fully to understand all the pitfalls and issues. Get help nowSee question
My wife was refused on her immigrant visa interview on section 221 ineligible we've already gone for an immigrantion attorney she has written a letter to the consulate in Ghana to seek reappointment or interview or for the consulate officers to r...
You need to decide the best way to proceed by speaking with your immigration attorney and submitting the required proof of bona fides of the marriage if that is what the issue is. Congressional help is a last resort and should only be utilized if there are very compelling reasons to do so. If you do not have an attorney already be sure to retain excellent counsel with experience in consular matters and they will be able to advise about ways to follow up with the Dept of State consular post.See question
I cant see any IV application fee to be paid as a option I can chose. I paid the Affidavit of Support fee but i cant see any option for IV application fee. It says amount due $0.00 why is that? Did I miss something?
This process is notoriously tricky so get help now from competent counsel. If you are asking about payment of fees NVC needs to be contacted and be most careful in keeping track of and documenting all communications with the government regarding any immigration matter. Get help nowSee question
In which office i have to submit my fingerprint if i apply TPS from Beacon NY 12590. my phyiscal address is in beacon NY
If you have applied for TPS and it is currently pending you should get an ASC notice for fingerprints and photos. If you are not represented you should be and get good immigration counsel to help you. You should also have received a notice of receipt confirming the Service received your application. Again get help now and if you have any questions whatsoever do not try to do on your own. Good luckSee question
If persons visa was cancelled and has been arrested for some criminal charges, gets bond. U think if bond gets posted ice will depot him or they will wait for case to be finished?
Whether or not bail or bond will be available is a criminal issue not immigration if not in immigration detention. Once the case is completed if there is a detainer placed on the person then they will be transferred to immigration detention. Once there the issue is controlled by INA 236(c). To answer that question and criminal issue seek competent counsel and get a good consultation with an attorney with extensive experience. The case may be one in which the person is eligible to seek relief, but it will also depend on whether there is a prior order of deportation and several other factors such as whether there is an aggravated felony involved and what the person's current immigration status is.See question
when the asylum is pending for more than 150 days, the eligibility category is c8. i see 3 box on I 765 on question # 16 " Who may file for I 765" I wonder how to put the C8 in 3 box. if one must go to each box so which box does't need to be fill....
It also is possible to use all three boxes by filling in a zero between "c" and "8" and that has been our practice as well. Get help from competent counsel before filing any form or application. Good luckSee question
Me and my US citizen wife divorced and I received the final divorce papers. I am now filing I-751. I have plenty of bona-fides. Would a letter from my estranged wife attesting to our good-faith marriage help? She is totally willing to do that.
The I-751 waiver of the joint filing requirement is notoriously tricky so get help before filing and do not try to do on your own.See question
I married a U.S. citizen in 1972 and she divorced me after a year. I had my "Green Card " for 3 years, but someone told something, they investigated me and Immigration judge rescinded my green card; I appealed in 1975 the ruling to BIA.BIA RU...
If as you say the BIA ruled in your favor then bring this to the attention of qualified counsel and ask whether it makes sense to file again. Excellent immigration counsel needs to review all the immigration history and especially any purported reasons for the denial. You should get help in a consultation and not via a forum because immigration counsel needs to review your entire history to determine what your options are.See question