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I got my Green Card through my previous marriage but things get heated and we got divorced. I'm almost due for Citizenship in few months. And i recently just married my wife, Can i file for my newly married wife in the process of filing for my Ci...
Yes, you can get married. I hope that you made a full disclosure to the USCIS before you applied for citizenship.See question
my boyfriend was detained by ice at his job because they thought he was in a gang because of the belt he was wearing we hire a lawyer to have bond hearing but they denied it. We were planning to get marry this September but then this happen he ha...
You need to do more than get married. go see a good immigration lawyer like Alan Gordan of Charlotte, If your fiancee is still in the states he might be eligible for a conditional waiver of his unlawful presence. the penalties for unlawful presence are as follows:
• 1. Unlawful Presence The day you arrived in the United States illegally, you begin acquiring “unlawful presence”.
• Ten Year Bar The harshest penalty is if you have more than a year of unlawful presence and leave the United States. You can return legally for ten years without a waiver.
• 2. Waiver of the Ten year barYou must show that your U.S. citizen or permanent residence spouse or parent would suffer extreme hardship if you are not granted the waiver. You cannot get the waiver for United States citizen children.
• 3. Permanent Bar If you have accumulated more than one year of unlawful presence after April 1, 1997, leave the Unites States, and then attempt to enter or re-enter the country illegally, you are subject to a permanent bar that cannot be waived until you have lived outside the USA for ten years.
• 4. Permanent Bar for re entry after a deportacion with no waiver available under any circumstances.
For a clear determination of what is what and how it applies to you please see an immigration attorney.
Hello there, my name is Jonathan Acosta. My wife and I married three years ago. We have two daughters born here, as well as I. My wife arrived in this country when she was 6-7 years old. She was brought here by her mom and has never been back. She...
Stop. You wife might be subject for the penalty for unlawful presence. If she is, then before she goes to the Interview in CDJ she needs to file and have approved a waiver for that. It is possible for that to be approved before she goes. if you wait to file it until after she leaves she could be stuck over there for a year. there is no appeal of the place of her appt. you should not try to do this for yourself. any unlawful presence after her 18th birthday and before she received DACA will count against her. here is something to consider:
Unlawful Presence The day you arrived in the United States illegally, you begin acquiring “unlawful presence”.
Ten Year Bar There is a harsher penalty if you have more than a year of unlawful presence and then leave the United States. When youleave the United States, you will not be permitted to return legally for ten years. A conditional waiver is available for spouses of citizens and permanent residents. It has to be obtained BEFORE you leave. I recommend Adan Vega or Bruce Coane of Houston as two fine immigration specialists who can help you.See question
I received and RFE for my TPS application as i failed answering few of the questions on the I-821 form. The RFE notice mentions the questions i missed. But i am confused if i need to send the entire application again or just the part i missed?
I would recommend that you send a copy of the form that you sent before with the new information filled out in the blanks. good luckSee question
I am f1 student and my mom got tourist Visa of 5 years to come to see me. She got Visa 2 yeara back but shw couldnot come and now she is coming. I am worried if she will have any problem in immigration as she didnt come before right after she got ...
as long as your mom knows who she is coming to visit, has a round trip ticket, she should be just fine.See question
Concurrent Filing of Forms G-1145, I-130, I-130A, I-485, I-864, and I-765 I am a citizen of China in valid B-1 status, Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status Application.
Leave the date blank. the advance parole is granted prospectively. no specific date required.See question
We filed for labor certification i.e I140 which is approved and also filed for I485. On my home address we received all notices however my attorney moved their office after filing the case. Even After receiving all the notice ,when i check the ...
Your lawyer should be getting this straight. You should not have to be messing around with the customer service. you might want to go to an info pass appt in Houston to get this straight with uscis.See question
in 2000 I went with an immigration lawyer to get petitioned by my us citizen brother. She kept telling us everything was fine and in process. Turns out the lawyer never filed and we paid her for her services.
you can file a grievance against the attorney and maybe collect civil damages.
Look up Barry Frager for a great immigration attorney in your area.
I have been married for almost 11 years and me and my husband are separating.
no of course not.. save proof of all the time that you were together separate from he can get to it. you might need it for citizenship. good luck. look up bruce coane or adan vega in houston, both great and experienced immigration specialists.See question
DACA holder has married a US citizen and petitioning I-130 requires I-130A. One of the questions asks about mother's residency. Beneficiary's mother is undocumented in the United States. What should we put on the I-130A and G-325A? Residence in US...
tell the truth. the government does not have the resources to go pick up ten million people. you don't want your husband to get denied because he misstated something that is immaterial to the whole process.See question