I came USA 2001 and I was apply political Asylum, but long time I didn't check my status,last 8 month ego I collect my status by a lawyer,he said I have no deportation order and my wife can apply for me .In this time if I got deportation order my ...
you need to have a lawyer file a freedom of information request with the
Executive office of Immigration Review
Immigration and Customs and Enforcement
and in general make sure that there ei son outstanding order. i do not think that you are to far from the City to go see Jonathan Avirom or his law firm for help. good luckSee question
Hello there I married my ex husband on September 2013, our marriage was in good faith but we were very young (19) and he was very abusive. Physically and verbally So I decided to leave him in January 2016 since he was abusing drugs and had bec...
Yes mam, but you will need an attorney to help you with this. there are a couple of different options for you since you are divorced. i recommend Ruth Lane or Sarah Brown as two immigration specialist in the metro area that could very well help you.See question
My friend was detained last Friday 2/10/2017 in Brownville Texas. He was sent to port Isselble detention center and now transferred to Brooks county detention center(Fulfurrias TX). He has been living in USA for the past 5 years as a student pilot...
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Law Office of Jodi Goodwin. 1322 East Tyler Harlingen, TX 78550. T: 956-428-7212 F: 956-428-7360.
Jodi Goodwin practices immigration law in the trenches on the border in Harlingen, Texas. Since 1995 she has represented 1,000’s of asylum seekers, economic migrants, long-term permanent residents, businesses, families, and United States citizens in removal proceedings. Jodi also represents immigrants in federal court in both criminal and civil proceedings. She went to school at the University of Texas
(Hook ‘Em!) and St. Mary’s University. Jodi believes the heart and soul of every lawyer should be deeply grounded in truth and a search for justice. She enjoys teaching, especially to new practitioners, and devoting her time to community and pro bono projects. She has many accolades including Texas Super Lawyer and Best Lawyers in America and Texas Lawyer’s Top Notch Immigration Lawyer. One of her most coveted achievements was being awarded the Arthur C. Helton Award for Advancing Human Rights in 2007. In her spare time, she still doesn’t mind consulting the Field Guide before deciding whether to shoot a snake if it is of the venomous nature.
I came to the USA with a Touris Visa, it expired in 2002 an was denied renewal at the US embasy in Mexico, i moved to the US in 2002 illigally and in 2007 my son(USA citizent) turned 21 and petitioned me (Class IR0) , the whole process took 2 mont...
the answer is "no." you adjusted your status. you did not process at the consulSee question
I am software Engineer current working in H1B visa status, and I have a pending 485 with valid EAD but not in use. I am interested to buy a restaurant as I heard it is possible to own a business with H1B as long as I don't get paid as a employee ...
I am pretty sure that if you are already applying for adjustment that what you do is pretty much irrelevant to the process. if th e485 is based on your employment stay with the job. but you can form your own suchapter C corporation to buy the restaurant.See question
My mom applied for asylum when I was 14 years old and didn't show up to the hearing so the judge issued a deportation order for our family I wasn't aware of this until a few weeks ago. In 1998 I got married and was able to adjust my status, I'm no...
yes, depending on when the order was issued. you might have to re adjust or ask for a waiver for the misrepresentation. You will need a very good attorney to unravel the skin of the onion so to speak. good luck. in NYC i recommend a great attorney Jonathan Avirom. good luck you should be just find.See question
I Came to US with B visa. I accepted a research position offer and received the documents. Should I apply for change of status or leave the country and get a J1 visa?
More than anything else it depends on how long it will take to schedule an appt back home for the stamp in your passport. That time has to be compared with how long it will take for the change of status to be processed at the Service Center.See question
I'm a recent graduate with an MS, currently working in NYC. I need to apply for a work visa as my OPT ends in June. As a Canadian citizen, I was thinking of applying for a TN visa because I do not plan on staying in the US for much longer (max 1....
if you qualify for the TN go for it. the h1b is awarded pursuant to a lottery. right now the whole process is under scrutiny as President Chump tries to make it harder for professionals like you to work on that visa. Not so the TN. and you prime minister was just here yesterday. go for the TN. i recommend Jonathan Avirom as a great attorney for immigration. good luckSee question
I have a derivative asylee status. My husband was granted asylum from prosecution from country A, which he was a citizen of, and I am a citizen of a country B. Will I have any troubles coming back to the US if I want to travel to country B with re...
As far as i am concerned you had better go see an immigration attorney in the Southern California area. You do not state what country you are from. that makes it hard to answer your question.See question
My wife is on a J1 visa and will provide me with a J2 visa. Will this cancel my 5 year B1/B2?
No, it will not. However, you will become to the two year foreign residence requirement if she is. something to consider before you switch.See question