I filed my i-751 - removal of conditions on 2 year card about a year ago. My year extension was effective February 22nd 2016. it will soon be one year next week Wednesday . i have not heard from immigration as yet. what should I do? they have not ...
You can schedule an infopass and should bring proof that you filed the I-751 in a timely manner. They may put a stamp in your passport to extend your green card. As my colleagues have noted if you are eligible to apply for naturalization, you should go ahead and submit the application.See question
Hi I filed my I-539 on 15-Nov-2016 at VSC. Yesterday I did an InfoPass appointment to expedite my I-539 processing. Officer told me to mail the expedite request application and supporting documents. Can anyone tell me the address where i should...
Generally you would send the request to the same place that you filed the I539, so in your case the VSC. You should have documents that explain why it is urgent that a decision be made on your case. TSee question
We are green card holders and our son is citizen here (5 years old). We have a plan to visit india our home country on march 1st week and we will be back end of the month. Is it okay to travel now. Will our green cards be safe? Please let me know
You should not encounter any issues with your trip to India. The Executive Order that Trump issued did not list India as a country that would be banned.See question
Hello, I'm a US citizen and I filed an I-485 for my wife and as of today I never had the denial letter on my mail; I called and I went for an infopass and they just told me it has been denied; Is there any petition that I can file to have the I-4...
Not sure when you filed the I-485. As suggested by one of my colleagues you can make an FOIA request. I also agree that it is best to bring your file to an attorney to review the case and see what might have gone wrong.See question
My girlfriend is currently part of the DACA act and has been for the past 4 years. She came to America as a child. DACA was only introduced when she was 19. Her brother is a US Citizen and her parents are both Green Card holders. Can they apply fo...
Yes they can file for her but it will take a long time for her to be eligible for a green card. She would need to a be a green card holder first for several years before being eligible to be a US citizen.See question
I have been here since before I was 18 (b1/b2 overstay), and my understanding is that unlawful presence does not accrue until after 18 years old. Unfortunately I was not able to get DACA before 18 and it has been more than 60 days so a 3 year ban ...
You should sit down and meet with an immigration attorney. As discussed by my colleagues for any of the bans to be applicable to you, you would have to first leave the US. At this point it may be wise to apply for DACA if you qualify.See question
There's 3 tickets, 2 driving without a license and 1 unlicensed dog and I'm making payments on those tickets. No other criminal records of any kind.
It is getting more difficult to apply for naturalization. Given your tickets, you should meet with an immigration attorney to review your case before applying.See question
My OPT EXTENSION application is been rejected twice for INCORRECT FEE. I submitted my application with $410 on 12/22/2016 and it was received by USCIS on 12/27/2016, I received a package on 01/22/2017 stating rejection notice because of incorrect ...
The status you saw online may still reflect the rejection of the initial package. Generally. USCIS does not update cases so quickly if you resubmitted it on the 22nd.See question
The court says that if there's 10% chance of harm then it also says 50 % harm for withholding of removal. If asylum seeker was persecution in the past and have well-found fear for future persecution, do they base the decision on 10% or 50% ?
i agree with my colleagues. Your best option would be to hire an attorney to assist you in your asylum case.See question
Once you receive a notice of your sechduled interview, generally speaking, what is the time between the the day of receiving the notice to the interview? meaning how much time do you have?
You generally have about a month between the time of the interview notice and the actual appointment.See question