I packed all the paperwork for my daughter n-600 but couldn't find the address were I need to send it. Thanks for any response
I would tell you but that is really beyond the scope of avvo. the uscis web site has the addresses. look up the form n 600 instructions and under that heading it will have a where to file. good luck.See question
I am under deferred Action awaiting my U visa application approval. Category C14. I entered the USA with a B-1/B-2 visa in 2001.
no, you can not travel with an advance parole while your U niv is pending. ask your attorney.See question
I have a felony on 1996 I went to prison for one year and a half in the last five years I have 3 deportation that is any help for me
→ _An individual who accumulated more than one year of ULP, but is later paroled into the U.S. (but not “admitted”) is not subject to the permanent bar as a result of the parole entry. Where an individual has made prior entries, or attempted entries, without inspection prior to the entry on parole, however, that individual would be subject to the ten year bar.
• Unlawful Presence Twice since you arrived here USA illegally, you began 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.
• Waiver - Ten year bars You 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.
• You suffer the 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 might be subject to a permanent bar that cannot be waived until you have lived outside the USA for ten years.
I just married a Cuban woman who has the green card from CAA in the USA. How long can I get my Green Card? Can I apply now or will I have to wait 1 year?
your wife can apply for you right now. i recommend that you use and attorney in the Miami area such as Bruce Coane a veteran with over 40 years experience. good luckSee question
I am in the United States with a B1/B2 visa and a valid I-94 form which expires in March. I know that to change the status and extend my stay I have to apply with a I-539 form, but does the US religious organization which I'm going to work for wil...
Yes, the religious has to complete their part of the application which believe is the I 129RSee question
NVC mailed me an interview letter/package that will take place in the Dominican Replublic i know i have to go for a medical exam, pictures and finger prints before the interview. But i want to know when will i receive the visa/green card after th...
takes about a month. you have to enter the usa with the paperwork that they give you there. they will give you enough to get on the plane. then CBP will review it when you land in the States. after that the caerd is mailed to youSee question
i was on f2 and then came back to home county in march. my husband is still on f1 visa, due to school mistake he fell out of status in November 2015 they noticed it later and then he came to india for F1 stamping and got his visa approved and now ...
for that question you need to ask the husbands foreign students advisor. you should not fear the visa stamp question.See question
Hi there, I recently tried to buy a rifle before the Virginia hunting season ends at Jan 7th at a local gun shop. The ATF Form 4473 was denied. Then I called the 804 number of Virginia State Police and asked them what the hell was going on. VSP t...
hree questions: Is there anything I should worried about? No
Is there anything I should do? See your congressman!!!!!
Do I have a case against the FBI or VSP for ruin my precious holiday hunting? No,, maybe if you can show that they conspired with the deer to keep you out of the hunt. but you have to show damages, i.e. you have to show that you would have killed a deer and that you are damaged by not having done so.
I entered about 1 week ago as a visitor and I want to change to student.. my visa will expire next week, and the i94 is still valid. Does uscis go by what the i94 say or the visa. Or both? Do both need to be valid?
uscis goes by the date on the I 94. they are always going to be a little suspicious of the application that comes so quickly after you entered. they preference is that you apply at the home consulate. that being said they might still grant your cos but you will still have to explain the the consul someday if you travel.See question
Am a green card holder who filed for my husband (currently on a student visa) to adjust his status in January 2014. Our 1-30 was approved and we had our 1-485 interview on October 18, 2016. Since then, we have not heard anything from immigration. ...
Three months is getting to the edge of reasonable time.
What does "extensive review" mean? Did you give them any reason to suspect fraud? Was there a waiver of excludability that had to be adjudicated. If the office is a small one, it might result in some delays. contact your local congressman or woman to get them to find out. good luck