We want to travel to from Dallas Texas to Las Angeles my husband and sister in law are illegal they only have Mexico passports and consulado Ids but I'am a us citizen can they get stopped by customs even if we are just traveling in the US?
Well you do not want to travel along the southern border. there is a real possibility that they would get stopped. and that was before Trump. So a more norther route would be suggested. and have a local immigration attorney in the dallas area, Ruth Lane, Jason Mills are two good names.See question
I have applied for transfer on 25dec and on 27th Jan i updated it to premium……my CAse status was showing case updated to premium……but from yesterday its showing Case Was Received and A Receipt Notice Was Emailed “On February 1, 2017, we received...
I think that you are fine for the time being. Your lawyer should be worrying about this not you. good luck to youSee question
My father is a citizen of Nepal and hold US green card. He went back to Nepal about year and half years ago. He has travel documents to re-enter the United States, at present circumstances will it be any problem in his re-entry?
He should definitely be ready to show that what kept him outside of the usa was unexpected. if he has the re entry permit he should be fine. otherwise, he has a heavy burden to show that he did not intend to abandon his residence status.See question
My boyfriend is a green card holder, I have b1/b2 visa. What is better get married now or wait until he gets citizenship and why?
Another way to analyze the question is do you want to stay out of status until he become a citizen? if he does not become a usc then you are stuck. you have some op[tions but you need to check them out before you marry. look for a member of American Immigration Lawyers Assn. good luck. tomSee question
I am an international student here. Last, November,2016, I was dropped in a course which results below 12 credit subjects. I became out of status. Now, I am enrolled at the same college and I don't know about reinstatement. I talked about that to ...
Sounds like you have been dropped twice? What i suggest is that you go see Richard and Amanda ƒischer both excellent attorneys in Nacadoches, Texas. good luck to you. as long as you are not working without permission and can afford school you have a good shot at getting reinstated.See question
Hi, I have a very weird situation. I am in U.S as visitor/B2 and my entry will expire in next 4 month. I came here to visit my father who was hospitalised due to stroke and he insisted me to get married; therefore week before i married my fian...
find an attorney, find an immigration attorney, find and immigration attorney who is a specialist. take all the documents and your wife to that attorney. do not try to do this by yourself. way to complexSee question
Hi I came to United states on a Tourist visa 10 years ago, extended my visa and then changed it to F1 Student visa. I am Currently enrolled in the university of Houston Downtown pursuing Bachelors in Accounting Degree. Since I been here I have n...
My colleague thinks that you are an American Citizen. since you are not, you not bring your fiancee to the usa as a fiancee. You will have the problem to establishing Non Immigrant intent. You are the one who has to do the explaining. i recommend Adan Vega, an excellent attorney and a specialist in immigration law in Houston. 713.527.9606See question
Hi, my parents stayed with us in the US for about one year (from Sept. 2015 to Sept. 2016). During that time, I applied green cards for them. They left US on Sept. 2, 2016 because my father needed some medical examinations in China. Their green ca...
Absence from the United States for a continuous period of one year or more during the prescribed period absolutely breaks the continuity of residence, unless the applicant has obtained advance approval. This applies even if the applicant is barred from returning due to causes out of his or her control, such as being placed on a no-fly list.
- - Absence from the United States of more than six months but less than a year presumptively breaks the continuity of the prescribed periods of residence, but the applicant can overcome this presumption by establishing that he or she did not in fact abandon his or her residence in the United States during such absence.
The 1991 regulations covering absences of one year or more that break the continuity of residence (but do not constitute abandonment of permanent residence) codify a long-standing immigration agency policy concerning when an applicant can begin accruing residence for naturalization purposes after such an absence. The regulations state that an applicant who must satisfy the five-year statutory period may file an application for naturalization four years and one day following his or her return to the United States to resume permanent resident status. (The appropriate time for a person required to meet the three-year statutory period is two years and one day). Look up my friend Alan Gordon a grate immigration attorney.See question
I stopped smoking for a week and a half, I used to smoke 5-6 times a week. If I do get drug tested, what type of drug test will I be getting?
sir, you will not get drug tested for marijuana. they will talk to you about it. drug use admission will get you at least a three year bar on immigrating. go see an experienced attorney. in el paso i recommend Ed Rios.See question
I began the citizenship process more than 15 months ago, but the processing of my application seems to have stalled. After a month i filed my application, I had my biometric appointment and provided all requested biometrics at the Application. Th...
The uscis has a program that super screens EVERY person with a green card from certain countries in the middle east for terrorism ties. just saying, you need to file a petition for writ of mandamus against the government to get them to adjudicate the petition.See question